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Mablethorpe Primary Academy


Mablethorpe Primary Academy Curriculum 


Our curriculum at Mablethorpe Primary academy puts the child at the centre of our caring, sharing, achieving school, where positive relationships, based on mutual trust and respect are at the heart of everything we do. Our ambitious, child centred curriculum is designed to take into account the legal requirements of the Early Years Foundation Stage Curriculum and the Primary National Curriculum. It exposes our children to enriching experiences, immersing them in progressive knowledge and skills; equipping them with personal characteristics required to succeed in life. The discovery of life skills, aimed to enrich children’s educational aspirations, are pivotal to the curriculum delivery and are embedded throughout providing pupils with memorable experiences, in addition to diverse and rich opportunities from which children can learn and develop a range of transferable skills. A primary focus of our curriculum is to raise aspirations, develop a sense of personal pride in achievement, provide a purpose and relevance for learning and ultimately to help every student to find strengths and interests. With this in mind our curriculum reflects the Equality Act 2010 and SEND Disability Regulations 2014 ensuring children with SEND are fully supported. This is achieved by allowing differentiation according to individual needs, i.e. teaching strategies used will wherever possible reflect the needs of children with disabilities, for example children with visual problems, information normally provided in writing will be made available in alternative formats that are clear and user-friendly eg, large print, audio. The SENCO will convene appropriate training for staff. Our curriculum responds to children’s diverse learning needs by taking into account the different backgrounds, experiences, interests and strengths which influence the way in which they learn, when planning teaching and learning. We offer children and young people equality of opportunity and access, ie the curriculum and assemblies.

Further information about your child's specific curriculum journey can be found by clicking the links below. If you have a specific question about your child's learning please Contact us


Our Curriculum Rationale