'Every Child Matters, Every Moment Counts'
Here at Henbury View First School we are determined to provide the very best for every child and create a learning environment where they can achieve their personal best.
Everyone within our school community is committed to ensuring that all our children love learning by ensuring our learning journeys excite and engage the children. We also make sure our children are able to read, write, calculate with numbers, and use current technology effectively, as these are important skills needed to help them succeed on their journey through education. This will enable them to become adults who can achieve well in an ever-changing world.
Throughout their time at Henbury View, pupils will be encouraged to take responsibility for their learning so that they become independent, resilient and imaginative learners who are confident within themselves. Driven by our learning values, we are committed to delivering lifelong learning which enables children to know more and remember more. By experiencing new challenges, children will learn to adapt and improve, and develop as a unique individual. Children will become creative, critical thinkers by deepening their understanding across the curriculum and building their independence. Our vibrant, enquiry-based curriculum will ensure our children learn in a safe and enjoyable environment where they foster a sense of belonging.
Our curriculum is broad and rich and includes a range of enrichment activities (for example, school trips) to embed and bring learning to life. Your child will also have the chance to take part in a range of additional curriculum experiences such as sporting and musical events in the local community and with other schools.
Our curriculum reflects our ambition that every child is able to make safe choices and develops a deep spiritual, moral, social and cultural understanding.
Find out more about each part of our curriculum by clicking on the subject pages. If you would like more information regarding any part of the curriculum, please contact Mr Dan Saunders (Curriculum Lead) through the school office.