Statement of Intent
At Bromstone our curriculum is designed so each child can develop confidence independence and resilience. We encourage our children to develop skills that will enable them to make decisions, self-evaluate, and make connections with the world around them. We want our pupils to be become lifelong learners. During learning opportunities, children acquire key skills, knowledge, concepts and values. We use Learning Powers to promote responsibility for learning and future success. In addition, the curriculum is supported, by our school values and vision, where mutual respect is essential. We aim for pupils to respect themselves and acknowledge their own self-worth. As our children journey through our enriched and creative curriculum we will build upon prior learning and provide a breadth of experiences that will enable the children to become creative and confident, critical thinkers who will challenge and ask questions. It is essential that our children have the opportunity to learn in a variety of environments and we actively encourage outdoor learning opportunities. Our learning environments, wherever they are, set out to inspire and enable learning. Childhood should be a happy, investigative and enquiring time in our lives where there are no limits to curiosity and there is a thirst for new experiences and knowledge. Our aim is that when children leave Bromstone, they are prepared for the many challenges they will face, as they become future citizens of the world. We hope they will illustrate positive attitudes to learning which reflect the values and skills needed to promote responsibility for learning and future achievements. A Bromstone child will have high aspirations and become the very best version of themselves as they take their next steps within education and the wider community.
Dream, Believe, Achieve.