Year 3 Creative Curriculum Roadmap
23rd November 2012
Following the announcement of a Year 3 class for September 2013, we are thrilled to have confirmed our first pupils. There are indeed exciting times ahead.
In Year 3, we have a maximum class size of 18 children and any parents interested in finding out more information about our Year 3 curriculum or would like to discuss the potential for a Year 2 class in September 2013, are invited to contact the school registrar .
At Wandsworth Prep School, we aim to foster a life-long love of learning, through adopting a cross-curricular, creative curriculum. Our Creative Curriculum aims to deliver a twenty-first century education that will equip our children with the skills required to be independent learners and responsible citizens.
We have adopted a Creative Curriculum throughout the Key Stages, with an emphasis on offering lively practical experiences with multi-sensory aspects that help pupils make connections between in all areas their learning. We encourage learning outdoors and out of the school classroom where possible and believe in offering the children a wealth of experiences to stimulate their questioning and learning. We aim to create memorable learning experiences with planned and spontaneous experiences within and beyond the classroom which often include work with experts.
The Creative Curriculum aims to:
To view our Year 3 curriculum overview please click here.
The proposed timetable is available here.
- Provide a broad, balanced and enriching curriculum
- Build up children’s confidence and motivation to learn through the use of a range of learning and teaching styles
- Develop thinking and learning skills
- Enable safe ‘risk taking’
- Promote curiosity for further study
- Embed key skills in order to prepare children for real-life and everyday situations
- Provide opportunities to apply knowledge and learning in practical ways
- Provide enrichment opportunities where learning and teaching can take place beyond the classroom
- Develop social skills and encourage children to become more active citizens within the school community and beyond