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Pupils' Personal Development 

At Askwith Primary School, our school curriculum and wider curriculum enable our pupils to become robust, resilient, responsible and respectful. We recognise that pupils’ personal development: spiritually, morally, socially and culturally (SMSC), plays a significant part in their ability to learn and achieve. We believe that it is very important for all of our pupils to value their education as curious learners who question, debate, and listen to others’ opinions whilst voicing their own beliefs and concerns appropriately. We encourage our pupils to take pride in their own and other pupils’ work and to show empathy and understanding to all people regardless of race, culture, gender or religion. It is important that we teach our pupils to have aspirations beyond school so that they want to make a difference within the local and wider community.


“It’s about making clear that education is not just about teaching a good set of academic subjects really well. There is something a bit intangible and bigger than that, and it is making sure they recognise that. It’s not about any one thing, it’s about having a range of opportunities so people can discover their talents and interests.”

                                                  HM Chief Inspector Amanda Spielman

School Curriculum

  • PSHE (including RSHE)
  • Phonics and Reading
  • Oracy
  • Art and Design
  • Computing
  • Design Technology
  • English
  • Geography
  • History
  • Languages
  • Maths
  • Music
  • Physical Education
  • Religious Education
  • Science

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