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Curriculum Intent

All Saints CEVA Primary School and Nursery Unit is an urban Church of England school in Wellingborough. Our vision is to create successful learners, confident individuals and responsible citizens. We also value and embrace the role that All Saints CEVA Primary plays within the wider community fostering positive partnerships with parents in and beyond the walls of the school - into a local area and far beyond - the school ensures that it inspires a passion for lifelong learning.

Our Curriculum Aims at All Saints CEVA Primary School It is our aim that by the time the children leave All Saints CEVA Primary School to embark on the next stage of their education, they have a passion for learning and have the ambition and resilience needed to enable them to become successful learners and responsible citizens of the future.

Our curriculum is planned and sequenced so that new knowledge and skills build on what has come before. The academic learning is underpinned with an emphasis on personal development and christian values so that children make and maintain healthy relationships with others. They learn responsibility and develop a sense of self so that they understand and value their place in the community and respect for all.

The curriculum at All Saints CEVA Primary School's main aim is to provide a wide range of learning opportunities and experiences. It is our desire that children and their families value their learning and make the most of any opportunity, therefore we aim to ensure the offer to learn is strong in every classroom.

Our Curriculum Key Drivers at All Saints CEVA Primary School Our five core learning characteristics: High Aspirations, Respectfulness, Resilience, Language and Community are our key drivers. These form the backbone of our curriculum with each being built around the five most significant areas of need for OUR children and OUR community.




Mission Statement

"With Jesus as our guide we will inspire a passion for learning, high aspirations and respect for all.

Our vision is to create : "Successful Learners" "Confident Individuals" "Responsible Citizens"

General principles

Our curriculum will give children the opportunity to:

  • experience the challenge and enjoyment of learning
  • learn within a coherent and progressive framework
  • develop new skills through a variety of interesting contexts
  • develop and demonstrate their creativity


At All Saints our driver is to inspire a passion and enjoyment for lifelong learning within an engaging, challenging and creative environment. In recent years we have noticed the children at All Saints need the opportunity to develop creativity within challenging and interesting experiences. There is a strong need to ensure that the children have the opportunity to develop skills in all areas of the curriculum to enable them to have a broad and balanced understanding in all subjects.


 Our curriculum will give children the opportunity to:

  • reflect and think mindfully about their learning
  • recognise that people are good at different things
  • develop self-esteem and confidence in their abilities
  • learn how to respect themselves and others

Our curriculum will give children the opportunity to:

Pupil voice

Our curriculum will give children the opportunity to:

  • make a positive contribution to the school and local community
  • express their opinions on a range of different topics and issues
  • make choices about things that are important to them


Our curriculum will be taught through a pedagogy that:

  • promotes problem solving, creativity and communication
  • excites, promotes and sustains children’s interest
  • enables children to reflect on and evaluate their learning


We will enrich our curriculum by:

  • welcoming parents and carers to take part in children’s learning and experiences
  • using quality resources in and out of the classroom
  • offering opportunities for subject related activities outside of the classroom

For more information about our curriculum, please see the individual Subject Pages on our website. Each Term, a Curriculum Newsletter is also sent out detailing the areas of the curriculum that will be covered that term for the topic the children are following. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to ask.