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It's been a busy end to the term! Please see our Latest News section to read more about our visit to the Royal Albert Hall, the Year 6 Young Entrepreneur Sale, the Year 4 nativity - 'The Magical Christmas Jigsaw', our visit to the Chalfont Lodge Care Home and the choir's performance at the Maria Taylor Carol Concert!

Curriculum

Curriculum Aims

 

The Headteacher, Senior Leadership Team, Governors, Staff and Pupils, through discussion, consultation and feedback, have created a series of key aims that are essential for the high quality education provided by Chalfont St Peter CofE Academy. These are in essence the ‘Non-Negotiables’ of our school and are key to high quality learning.

 

The Chalfont St Peter Church of England Academy’s four-year journey provides the opportunity for all our children to become:

 

  • Successful learners who respond enthusiastically to their learning, by developing lively, enquiring minds, through mental and physical challenges which enable them to make progress and achieve their full potential
  • Confident individuals who acquire and use relevant knowledge and skills through being independent, well-organised, motivated, resilient students who have a strong understanding of themselves
  • Responsible citizens who are able to show care, respect, tolerance and humanity, accepting individual difference regardless of gender, race, religion, faith and culture with the ability to make a positive contribution to our global society


Successful learners who:

  • Know their strengths, talents and areas for development
  • Develop strong literacy, numeracy and ICT skills acquired through being creative, resourceful and able to solve problems
  • Reason, question and evaluate
  • Are good communicators and can work well both independently and collaboratively
  • Enjoy and achieve personal excellence, through highly motivated attitudes to work and school activities

 

Confident individuals who:

  • Show good self esteem and are able to relate to and appreciate others
  • Understand their own emotions and have strategies to deal with life problems
  • Make healthy lifestyle choices
  • Manage risks, stay safe and act responsibly
  • Aware of their own responsibilities

 

Responsible citizens who:

  • Show enterprise, leadership and ingenuity
  • Appreciate that values of integrity, respect, and honour are essential when treating others well
  • Are prepared for work and life by demonstrating skills like punctuality, resourcefulness and commitment
  • Have a strong understanding of their own heritage and culture and appreciate the context of their own neighbourhood within the global situation
  • Challenge the injustice and selfishness of our world and promote the development of attitudes, actions and beliefs that will benefit people as well as the planet, to make the world a better place
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