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Curriculum

Gipsy Hill

We passionately believe that our bespoke curriculum, both within and beyond the classroom, has a relentless focus on engaging and involving all our pupils.

Our rich curriculum ensures that we provide world class education for all of the children within our Federation of Schools. Enrichment is every pupil’s entitlement and we promote opportunities to learn beyond the classroom which inspire and motivate pupils to achieve outstanding progress in every lesson.

Teaching and learning are personalised throughout the curriculum through tailored programmes for a wide range of pupils with differing needs, so that all are able to participate, progress and achieve.  Our future thinking curriculum ensures that the children develop into global citizens who have lively and enquiring minds. All pupils who attend the Gipsy Hill Federation have the ability to think critically and philosophically. Children leave our family of schools feeling secure and prepared to enter the wider world as active and responsible participants in society.  We are confident that the Gipsy Hill Federation curriculum prepares our children for careers in a fast changing world. 

Click on the a year group below to view the content of the curriculum:

Curriculum Framework 2016

 

 

Curriculum Overview

2016 - 2017

Curriculum Newsletter

2106 - 2017

Nursery Nursery Curriculum Overview Nursery Curriculum Newsletter
Reception Reception Curriculum Overview Reception Curriculum Newsletter
Year 1 Year 1 Curriculum Overview Year 1 Curriculum Newsletter
Year 2 Year 2 Curriculum Overview Year 2 Curriculum Newsletter
Year 3 Year 3 Curriculum Overview Year 3 Curriculum Newsletter
Year 4 Year 4 Curriculum Overview Year 4 Curriculum Newsletter
Year 5 Year 5 Curriculum Overview Year 5 Curriculum Newsletter
Year 6 Year 6 Curriculum Overview Year 6 Curriculum Newsletter


Aims of Gipsy Hill Federation



  • A happy, calm and nurturing school community
  • A highly stimulating learning environment
  • Mutual respect and understanding
  • An inclusive education free from discrimination
  • Encouragement to make informed and responsible choices about how we behave and the impact of this on others
  • Very high standards and expectations/ intolerance of underachievement
  • Access to an exciting, progressive and varied curriculum
  • Development of self-motivation, independence, positive attitudes and confidence
  • Provide positive and diverse role-models

2002 Craig Tunstall became Head of Kingswood

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  • Thought of the Week

    This week our Philosophy thought of the week is: Would you rather be a 2D shape, or a 3D shape? What are your thoughts on this? Please share your opinions with everyone at home and school. We look forward to hearing all of your ideas! Reference: The Little Book of Thunks: 260 Questions to Make Your Brain Go Ouch! (Independent Thinking Series) Hardcover - 15 March 2007 by Ian Gilbert.

    21/02/17
    Thought of the Week
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