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22/04/24

Our Head of English Faculty ran the in a time of 2h35m50s … truly incredible. Well done Mr Dixon! 👏🏻 pic.twitter.com/iHvOT02IN8— George Abbot School () April 22, 2024

22/04/24

Huge well done to the cricketers. The First XI through to R1 of the National T20 Cup and the U13s second in the Surrey finals! 🏏 pic.twitter.com/eS7Vzjvcqw— George Abbot School () April 22, 2024

22/04/24

It’s been a busy first week back! Follow us on for more! pic.twitter.com/9JlfyC9ChQ— George Abbot School () April 22, 2024

22/04/24

Students had the opportunity to make and east sushi on Friday with our catering team. 🍣🍣🍣 pic.twitter.com/BysJiaGpxA— Fullbrook () April 22, 2024

19/04/24

What an incredibly successful first week of the summer term. ☀️Every year group has got stuck into their learning already. Over the weekend don't forget to support us via the social impact award and the rethink waste project! pic.twitter.com/5Ab07xw53P— Northmead Junior School () April 19, 2024

19/04/24

The children of Loseley Fields win prestigious international science competition run by the Faculty of Natural Sciences at LondonPlease click on the link below for the full story https://t.co/ScFplRVQe4#Science pic.twitter.com/sE9iFwHULy— Loseley Fields () April 19, 2024

19/04/24

Working in an environment of learning makes every day an important one and often a challenging one...read more https://t.co/j8TFJRHueh pic.twitter.com/Iyo7Dh1G3u

19/04/24

Congratulations! Good luck in the final! 🥳🤞 https://t.co/8ncooiznX3

18/04/24

Congratulations to our Year 7 boys football team after a stunning 8-2 victory last night over Guildford County School in the semi-final of the Guildford football tournament. The boys are undefeated this year. Next stop - the final! Thanks Mr Fornasiero for coaching the team!— Kings College () April 18, 2024

18/04/24

Some of our Year 10s took on different maths challenges yesterday, whilst learning about exam technique and revision skills. You all showed fantastic reasoning and problem solving skills when tackling those tricky questions! 👏 Thanks for an insightful day! pic.twitter.com/KfMGsCYj9q— Kings College () April 18, 2024

18/04/24

Calling all parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles and local residents. Please sign up, earn some points and dontate to support our school in our funding bid - sign up link https://t.co/JbCLVb68nT pic.twitter.com/FI5tYv92b8— Northmead Junior School () April 18, 2024

16/04/24

Our German exchange group are on their way home after a fantastic week in Freiburg. Big thanks to Mr W for leading the trip and Ms F for accompanying! 🇩🇪 pic.twitter.com/e5XEhaRGG1— George Abbot Languages () April 16, 2024

16/04/24

Get ready for an enchanting musical evening! Rehearsals are in full swing for our Gala at G Live, on April 24th. Featuring seven choirs and nine instrumental ensembles. Reserve your seats now! 🎶✨ https://t.co/BMn9MJD4oQ pic.twitter.com/0oJmcuzcC2— Guildford County Sch () April 16, 2024

15/04/24

Year 10 & 11 Students & Parent/Carers - KS4 UCAS Evening - Thursday 25th AprilJoin us in F6, to hear information about Medicine, Oxbridge, STEM for girls & Higher/Degree Apprenticeship.Use the link below to book your tickets now!https://t.co/sfuFAniE9O— Fullbrook () April 15, 2024

15/04/24

Happy first day back - whether you are on INSET or straight into teaching, we hope you are feeling well rested and your batteries are full. We are really looking forward to the term ahead! pic.twitter.com/2pSe5MRqhP

02/04/24

Learning Partners Academy Trust welcomes Glebelands School, Cranleigh into its team of secondary schools. As the schools grow in number, they grow in strength. Schools that join the trust are chosen because ..... read more https://t.co/RNGbH71XcX pic.twitter.com/OWU4BV3FqI

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Curriculum Purpose

Curriculum Purpose Statement

“Excellence with Integrity and Equity”

Our curriculum purpose framework provides a rationale for learning that helps us, as a trust, to focus our strategic thinking, our school improvement priorities and our allocation of time and resources.

In line with our values, we are clear that we want to provide all our young people with learning that inspires and which enables all to achieve excellence. In the pursuit of this we will be brave innovators, recognising the value of working together to improve outcomes for all. Furthermore, we are determined to pursue these ambitions with integrity – where the subjects studied are those that provide our learners with the best that has been thought and said and where they are prepared for the opportunities, responsibilities and experiences of the adult world.

We also believe that excellence should be complemented by equity: central to the work of our schools is the provision for our most vulnerable learners including the disadvantaged and those with special educational needs or disabilities. Empowered by this curriculum we will achieve outcomes that drive social mobility and give everyone freedom of choice throughout their lives.

 

Curriculum Principles

  • Across our trust, the curriculum will be designed to ensure our young people thrive, achieve and flourish. It will enable them to understand what it is to be human and equip them for life so that they become kind and model citizens. It will not only develop our young people academically but socially, emotionally, culturally, physically, creatively and spiritually. Our commitment to providing learners with a wide range of extra-curricular clubs and activities will add depth and breadth to our provision and allow our learners to follow their hobbies and interests outside of the formal curriculum. We will ensure that we engage our learners in an ambitious and high-quality careers programme that, in our secondaries, meets the requirements of the “Baker clause” and Gatsby benchmarks, encouraging them to be aspirational and ambitious so that they can secure a bright future and enjoy fulfilling careers.

 

  • Through our curriculum - and our commitment to evidenced-based pedagogy - learning is the foundation of every lesson. Our approaches to teaching and assessment will be based on the latest research.  We pay attention to how the brain and memory works. Our teachers plan learning so that it is clearly sequenced, presnt the curriculum so that it is intelligible to young minds and use assessment to expose learners’ thinking and to adapt their teaching. Excellence in learning for all is the outcome. These approaches are supported by trust-wide systems for teacher professional development and quality assurance that drive continuous improvement.

 

  • Our knowledge-rich curriculum will be designed to ensure the very best academic outcomes for our young people and at its heart will be our schools’ determination to achieve excellence with equity and integrity. We strive to bring advantage to the disadvantaged, where barriers to learning are successfully overcome and where there are no limits to the achievement and ambition of all our learners.

 

Please refer to the trust's Curriculum Purpose Policy Statement for more details and our schools' own policies regarding local curriculum arrangements.