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Elmtree Infant and Nursery School


Curriculum Statement of Intent


At Elmtree Infant and Nursery School we have designed a comprehensive curriculum to inspire enthusiasm for life-long learning. We ensure that the learning is meaningful, rich and relevant for all of our children to give them the best chance of success whilst supporting their well-being and happiness. Our curriculum enables the children to become successful, independent and motivated learners, who value their individuality. We provide an environment where every child really matters and offer first-hand learning experiences which allow our children to develop interpersonal skills.


We offer a rich range of opportunities that provide meaningful and relevant learning to enable each child to be the best they can be regardless of ability. We acknowledge all aspects of their development and inspire children to be curious, ambitious and inquisitive learners in order to equip them with the necessary skills to meet the challenges of their future lives with confidence and resilience.


Through our Elmtree Values, Golden Rules, PSHE curriculum and assemblies we encourage children to celebrate diversity whilst being inclusive and respectful. This enables them to understand how they can positively contribute to the society that they live in.


We work in harmony with parents, families and the local community.


Our desire is for our children to leave Elmtree Infant and Nursery School with a sense of pride and belonging which will allow them to continue to have high expectations and constantly pursue excellence.


If you would like to find out more about the curriculum your child is following please speak, in the first instance, to your child's class teacher.




Elmtree Infant and Nursery School aims to provide a broad, balanced and relevant curriculum for all pupils, including those with SEND, in order to enable all children to reach their fullest potential. Teachers and key workers are responsible for teaching all children, including those with SEND, and adapting the curriculum to meet their needs through child focussed approaches to teaching and learning. The nature of the differentiation and programmes developed to support pupils with SEND will vary in accordance with individual need and will be developed as a result of assessment and the graduated approach. 


Please see our SEND policy


Equality and Diversity


Within Elmtree Infant and Nursery School, we aim to positively transform individual and shared circumstances, perceptions, attitudes and relations. We aim to reflect the diversity of our local community and society and ensure that the education we offer reduces the chances of social divisions and parallel lives by recognising, celebrating and valuing different backgrounds, lifestyles and identities.


Please see our Equality and Cohesion Policy


P41 Feedback and Marking Policy

Parents Guide to the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS)

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