Our Wellington curriculum is broad, balanced and ambitious. It reflects traditional values and subjects with due emphasis on cognitive learning and innovation. The school’s curriculum promotes the Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural (SMSC) and physical development of pupils at the school and of our local and global society. It aims to prepare pupils for the opportunities, responsibilities and expectations of later life.
Speaking, communication and reading lie at the heart of our curriculum. ensuring our pupils become confident and curious learners throughout their academic studies and into their adult enriched lives. We aim for them to leave Wellington with the following:
- Secure knowledge and skills;
- be reliable, take responsibility and show resilience;
- an ability to build and maintain relationships;
- an ability to work collaboratively in a team and to be self-directed learners
*For further information on the curriculum, please see the learning pages and curriculum maps. These can be found on the year group pages. Please contact the school through the school office or Headteacher, should you require further information.
Our School Aims include:
- To provide a broad, balanced and ambitious curriculum, reflecting traditional values and subjects, yet with due emphasis on cognitive learning (thinking skills) and innovation.
- To promote confidence in every pupil and to encourage them to develop skills as independent learners, and to achieve at a level appropriate to their individual abilities.
- To provide supportive and high quality teaching, according due attention to each individual pupil.
- To encourage pupils to participate in a wide range of opportunities, challenges and experiences.
- To help pupils develop good inter-personal skills and be sensitive to and show respect for the need and feelings of others.
- To enable pupils to become responsible members of their multi-cultural community whilst maintaining their individuality against a background of core shared values.
- To assist pupils in developing self-discipline, self-respect and self-esteem so that they may live their lives with joy and fulfilment in a global society.
- To give pupils the opportunity to develop sportsmanship, team membership and leadership skills and responsibility according to ability and aptitude.
- To develop pupils’ awareness of their own rights and rights respecting actions to create an inclusive environment where all pupils are valued and involved.
We continue to contemplate and develop all that we do whilst continuously adapting to the outside world which is changing faster than at any time in the past. We are very proud of our high academic achievements and of the Wellington community in its entirety. We hope that we will be able to share the unique Wellington experience with you and your children