Teaching, Learning and Curriculum Policy.
Principles of the Policy:
The Teaching and Learning Policy is a core component of the Berry Hill Primary School. Improvement Strategies that ensures all students have special skills, abilities and aptitudes and all have an entitlement to access a broad, challenging and appropriate curriculum. Every student is also entitled to experience a variety of teaching and learning styles, which enable them to achieve their full potential. We encourage children to challenge themselves through activities that are high in challenge, motivating and promote independence.
For more information, please see the full policy in the Policy section of the Website.
Our school embeds learning about values and rights within our curriculum and wider provision.
We want all children to develop their knowledge, understanding and awareness of values and how this underpins our beliefs, emotions, behaviour, and the choices we make in our lives. We also include the British values of democracy, respect, tolerance individual liberty and the rule of law. We encourage our children to be responsible citizens, who make a positive contribution to society.
Information on the National Curriculum (2014), which underpins our school curriculum is available here by copying and pasting this link into your browser:
We LOVE reading at Berry Hill. Squirrels won the Coleford Library Competition summer. Each child in the winning House chose a book prize!