Cowick C of E Primary School

Cowick C of E Primary School

Together we shine as one

Snaith Road, Goole, East Yorkshire, DN14 9DG




The intention of our curriculum is to provide our children with the knowledge, skills and opportunities they need to lead successful lives. Our vision is to create learners for life who can take advantage of all opportunities presented to them in life. Our Cowick Curriculum is carefully designed to provide the pupils of our school with a broad, balanced and enriching curriculum underpinned by our values of Hope, Peace and Love.

We have carefully planned to retain the core function of the National Curriculum through topics which support a sequence and logical progression of learning. Depth of knowledge and understanding is enabled through the creative way learning in the individual subjects is linked by common themes and built on over time.  The high standards expected and attained are reflected in the high quality of the presentation books children produce which capture the essence of our curriculum. Our Cowick Curriculum builds knowledge and skills which are progressive over the year and through the years, allowing all children to embed their learning and demonstrate what they know and remember. 

Fundamental British Values (FBV) and Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural (SMSC) understanding are integral to our curriculum.

We enhance and enrich our curriculum with educational visits, visitors, real life experiences and outdoor education wherever as we can. Community involvement is very important to us and we endeavour to invite as many families and visitors as we can to join us on our learning journey.

Our children are given the opportunity to develop as well-rounded individuals where all aspects of learning and all talents are nurtured and celebrated.

Children will leave Cowick Primary School as inquisitive learners with high aspirations who know how to be good citizens in their community and the wider world.

Above all, we endeavour for our children to grow with a love and sense of responsibility to themselves and those around them. We want children to be able to appreciate their own talents and abilities and those of others, recognising that together our similarities and our differences, enable us truly to shine as one.

Values-led Learning

Hope: Children at Cowick will be aspirational learners, unafraid to challenge themselves and make mistakes so that learning can take place. Our children will be full of ambition as they learn to be resilient and independent. They will have opportunities to develop their character and build their own set of personal values. Children at Cowick will be hopeful for their futures and have ambitions to lead successful lives.

Love: Our children will develop a love for learning which they will take with them through life. They will develop their vocabulary and deepen their knowledge about the topics they study. Their memories will grow as they retain their learning, apply their skills and develop links in their understanding. Children will be curious about themselves, their families, their local area, their world.

Peace: Our children will learn to be kind to others, to show compassion and to celebrate diversity. They will learn to nurture their own and others' mental health. They will learn to appreciate and celebrate the rich cultural tapestry of our world. Children will leave Cowick valuing and respecting our differences and be well prepared for life in modern Britain. Our children will learn to discuss and explore the wider global aspects such as ending wars, working for peace and peacekeeping; talking not fighting.

They will understand the importance of sustainability and protecting the planet for their future and the active role that they must play in this.

Our children will also learn how Christians become at peace with God – including forgiveness.

Our Two Year Long Term Plan

Our school is organised into 4 mixed age classes Earth (EYFS & Reception), Air (Year 1 & 2), Water (Year 3 & 4) and Fire (Year 5 & 6). In order to fulfil the requirements of the National Curriculum and to avoid repetition within each class, we teach using a 2 year cycle.



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