At Lower Park, our children are individuals and our rich and motivational curriculum starts with them. We intend to prepare them for life by developing within them values of curiosity, bravery, determination, responsibility, flexibility of thought and respect for the opinions and beliefs of others.
Our curriculum will inspire, enthuse and educate our children so they build knowledge and skills that will help them prepare for life in modern Britain and beyond.
Teachers have high aspirations for all children to achieve, regardless of differences in ability, social background, culture, race, gender or disability and this is reflected in fun, engaging learning experiences and our extra school life. All elements of the National Curriculum are built sequentially and cumulatively for our children in their time at Lower Park. The content of the curriculum encourages them to follow their own interests and to enthuse and inspire them to be inquisitive learners with real life skills that enable them to move into the world with a passion for life-long learning.
The school promotes musical, sporting and artistic opportunities together with academic achievement so that all children leave Lower Park having found success and confidence in their own well-being, social, emotional, physical and spiritual needs.
Parents can find out more about the curriculum in the termly letters on on the class pages.