It is our aim for all children to leave Kiveton Park Meadows as well-rounded, happy individuals who not only care about themselves, but about others and the environment. We want them to be outward facing, educated citizens within their own community and on a wider global scale.
This vision is encapsulated in our school motto:
LEARNING MEANS THE WORLD
At Kiveton Park Meadows Junior School, we have designed and implemented a curriculum that is both immersive and progressive. We use a carefully planned model, with both breadth and depth, that is highly relevant and purposeful, exciting for both staff and pupils and that truly broadens pupils’ outlook and views by promoting global dimensions, as well as raising aspirations.
We aim to offer challenging and inspiring learning opportunities, highlighting human creativity and achievement. We strive to help our pupils realise the full potential they have to achieve and succeed, not just at school, but through life.
We have developed a curriculum that takes full advantage of the school environment and range of resources available to us.
The curriculum is designed to develop our school as a learning community, where everyone can apply their knowledge and skills appropriately.
Our curriculum is underpinned by four highly relevant world issues, known as the four Cs:-
We also encourage our pupils to have high aspirations by teaching them about human creativity and achievement through additional Competency Units about famous figures that focus on our school values:-