The Frodsham Primary Academy Curriculum
We don't just follow the National Curriculum here at Frodsham Primary Academy. Our approach is to go above and beyond, delivering an enhanced curriculum that will raise the aspirations of all of our children.
With the support of Warrington Primary Academy Trust we have created a carefully designed and sequenced curriculum that reflects the collective values and ambitions of all trust schools and, most importantly, caters to the specific needs of Frodsham Primary Academy’s children.
Each area of the curriculum is built in a way that will make sure that each child develops knowledge that is underpinned with a variety of core skills and key concepts and builds on prior learning. The aim is for children to know, understand and remember more. Our bespoke curriculum is designed to ensure opportunities are planned for over learning of key knowledge. Our curriculum structure is split into phases and runs on a two year cycle of Year A and Year B. A curriculum overview will be set out each half term to show current learning for your child's year group.
The WPAT Curriculum
As part of our trust-wide strategy we have structured our curriculum so that our children will know, understand and remember more.
Working closely together, the schools that make up Warrington Primary Academy Trust schools have painstakingly created detailed curriculums for every academic subject.
These are built in a way that will make sure that each child develops knowledge that is underpinned with a variety of core skills and key concepts, and builds on prior learning.
The approach means that children are better able to remember, apply and deepen their understanding of their learning.
Right To Withdrawal
Parents have the right to withdraw their children from non-statutory/non-science components of sex education with RSE, although these elements are not taught at Frodsham Primary Academy. Parents also have the right to withdraw their children from religious education and/or collective worship.
Parents do not have the right to withdraw their children from relationships education, as high-quality evidence-based and age-appropriate teaching helps prepare pupils for the opportunities, responsibilities and experiences of life and can also help their spiritual, moral, social, cultural, mental and physical development.