We believe learning is richest when children have first hand experiences. Our curriculum is crammed with activities and events that not only contextualise learning, but motivate and thrill the children. Our curriculum is designed with inclusivity at the heart and is accessible to all of our children, including those with disabilities or SEN.
We love the outdoors! At Trevithick, outdoor learning begins in the Early Years and KS1 at our “Venture Centre” Forest School and Beach school. It continues with children gaining enough knowledge and skills to survive a challenging bushcraft camp in Year 6. Our Venture 60 outdoor challenges drive our outdoor curriculum.
We start as we mean to go on! Every year begins with Learning to Learn week; an action packed adventurous week with the sole purpose of having fun, re-establishing friendships and learning a bit more about ourselves. Years 3-6 all spend a night in the wild. There’s no better way to start the year than campfires and camping with your friends.
We are proud of our Storytelling heritage. We teach writing through an exciting storytelling approach. From creative starting points, often enriched by off-site visits, drama, film and IT, children are inspired to write creatively for a variety of exciting purposes and audiences.
Our wider curriculum is driven by key questions and topics that tap into the children’s naturally curious minds. Real life outcomes alongside exciting trips and visits, bring learning to life. We collaborate with our partner school within Venture MAT to further broaden opportunities for our children.
If you would like any more information on our curriculum, please see our ‘Curriculum Design’ document on the website or alternatively, contact us via the school office.