Our bespoke curriculum is designed around a number of themes which encompass the key skills we wish to develop in our pupils; these are called ‘drivers’ as they drive the planning and implementation of our curriculum so that the children’s success is at the heart of all that we do.
As a school, we have identified five key areas that will act as the drivers for our curriculum. These have been selected through consultation with staff who have identified the specific and unique needs of the children at Wilton CE Primary School
At Wilton we want all of our children to become eloquent orators demonstrating a wide vocabulary, good listening skills, high level of literacy and confident readers and writers. Children should be able to communicate in a variety of ways to get the message across powerfully and politely.
At Wilton we want all of children to aspire towards greatness. We will work to broaden the horizons, expanding their knowledge of the world by nurturing their interests as well as encouraging fearlessness of what is new or unknown by creating exciting, inspiring opportunities.
At Wilton we want all children to value and respect all members of our community and to be a catalyst for positive change for all. Children at Wilton will be taught the skills for life to enable them to be good citizens and to contribute to the community.
At Wilton we want all children to turn new and imaginative ideas into reality through self-expression and incorporating a meta-cognitive approach to learning. Children are encouraged to think creatively in all that they do and to explore new ways of solving problems and answering questions.
At Wilton we want all of our children to develop a healthy sense of adventure. We want our children to lift their eyes from the screens and experience the real world where they take risks, follow a healthy lifestyle and never forget the impossible is possible.