Working definition of the curriculum “The curriculum is a framework for setting out the aims of a programme of education, including the knowledge and skills to be gained at each stage (intent); for translating that framework over time into a structure and narrative, within an institutional context (implementation) and for evaluating what knowledge and skills pupils have gained against expectations (impact/achievement).” Ofsted
Holy Trinity Church School’s Curriculum intent is underpinned by our Christian vision and runs alongside the Bath and Wells Multi-Academy Trust’s ‘Curriculum Principles and Curriculum Intent’
Together in God’s Promises, Goodness and Love
Coverage, Content, Sequence and Structure:
Our curriculum overview provides an outline of the overall Intent, implementation and impact of our curriculum
Holy Trinity’s Broad Curriculum is broken into 7 distinct segments which each have their own policy outlining their Intent, Implementation and Impact.
Please see the links below for additional detail on each segment.
Each year group has an overview of the skills and knowledge acquisition that the children are required to learn for each subject. .
The skills and knowledge acquisition that are identified in the Curriculum Skills Overview documents are used to create planning that enables the children to achieve the ideals and intent of our curriculum.
Phase Planning documents are used to plan topics that integrate subjects together and allow for cross-curricular links.
Unit plans and Individual Lesson plans are used to plan all other curriculum areas.
Please see our Curriculum Policy for full details of curriculum approach.