Chislet Church of England Primary School

A journey of learning for all, within God’s guiding hands

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At Chislet Church of England Primary School, our aim is to meet the needs of all children in the school by providing a broad and balanced curriculum that reinforces and revisits prior learning. We operate a two-year rolling programme of topics, identified as Year A and Year B.


We want all children to be able to reach their own individual potential and build upon their strengths, helping them to understand that we believe they can achieve and succeed in their education. We use the National Curriculum that is statutory for state schools, and we choose inspiring themes and projects that will develop the knowledge, skills and understanding of all subjects across the school. We have adopted an inspiring text-based curriculum which uses rich texts linked to the themes and projects we teach. We plan interesting and exciting experiences as a springboard to learning to spark exciting learning that will encompass the wider curriculum subjects, alongside the all-important English, Maths, RE and Science. 


We promote positive emotional health and well-being to help children develop social and emotional skills throughout all subjects and through PSHE sessions. As a church school, we support children’s spiritual needs in our caring Christian environment that promotes our school vision and values of Trust, Praise, Care and Respect.  In our school we live out these values alongside the British Values to enable our pupils to make informed choices and become respectful individuals.


Please click on the link below to see our Whole School Curriculum Overview, and the individual subject icons to get a better understanding of how they are taught within our school. 

Below you can click on each class to see a more detailed description of the curriculum highlighting areas taught, enrichment activities and how our Christian School vision is incorporated throughout. On occasions, due to unexpected circumstances, adaptations need to be made to the curriculum.