We take pride in our Urban Adventure curriculum. A curriculum which has been designed especially for our children in order to make the most of the opportunities available in the local and wider area. A curriculum which is underpinned by real life experiences.
We worked as a staff to decide on how our curriculum could be matched to suit the needs of our children whilst ensuring that they make the best possible progress in their learning. We use the National Curriculum as a starting point for a wide and varied learning experience for our children. We looked closely at the requirements and layered them carefully through the school to ensure progression and continuity.
We enrich our curriculum by our strong ethos based on respect for ourselves and others, equality and a sense of wonder at the world we live in. We are committed to developing the whole child. Our children will have the opportunity to be creative, to be physically active and to be academically challenged.
We are continually reviewing and improving the curriculum we offer to our children. By working in this way, we believe we are creating something very special and unique for our children.
Our Urban Adventure Curriculum
Kayaking at The Welsh Harp
Everyone needs to meet a donkey at School
or hatch a chick!
Then watch them grow
Or become a Superhero like Bananaman!
AIM HIGH - ENJOY IT!
London Zoo - everyone needs to see a real penguin!
Or take cover in an air raid!
Or go back in time to travel on the HMT Empire Windrush which is remembered for bringing 492 passengers and one stowaway on a voyage from Jamaica to London in 1948.
Or search for creatures deep beneath!
On a Saturday you can continue...
fancy building a shelter?
The Saturday Project @ The Hyde
We live in London and we like to go exploring at least every half term. We have fabulous public transport links. We make sure our children know how to become independent travellers. Using buses, trains and the tube is all part of their education. They use and apply their maths to read bus timetables, plan their route and calculate the savings!
How many 8 year old's have hugged The Elizabeth Tower which is the bottom of Big Ben?
Watch out for the pirates spending their doubloons in the pirate shop!
Or learn to fly an owl across the hall