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Southwark Diocesan Board of EducationWe are proud to support 106 schools and academies, colleges and universities across our diverse and vibrant Diocese.

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Our Curriculum Vision

The Fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control. (Galatians 5:22-23) 

Our Christian vision, promoting the Fruit of the Spirit, underpins our curriculum vision.  We offer a broad and balanced curriculum, which provides children with the opportunity to flourish through inspirational teaching and the promotion of shared values. We aim to nurture faith and inspire success in all areas of the curriculum and school life, through modelling the teachings of Jesus.

Our curriculum aims to develop dispositions and personal attributes that will equip our children with the skills, knowledge and understanding to become adults with hope for the future, knowing they can make a difference in our ever-changing world.

Curriculum design

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Inspired by our mission to enable each child to flourish, our curriculum has been carefully designed to create connections between all subjects, ensuring that the learning for all learners is purposeful, challenging and engaging. It is current and relevant, referencing their learning with the Sustainable Development Goals, which address global issues.

Our Golden Thread creates opportunities for all pupils to know and remember pertinent and necessary facts that will

Our learning environment promotes effort, independence and curiosity with awards and recognition for pupils showing excellent progress, attainment and determination.


Leaves on the tree of good turns for showing the Fruit of the Spirit.


This is what pupils at our school say about learning…

I love learning because my teacher really enjoys being with us. It make me feel like he wants me to achieve.

Year 5 Pupil

My teacher is enthusiastic and makes us laugh. He makes me feel relaxed and fun to be in the class. He says, “You can do it,” which inspires me!

Year 5 Pupil