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At Tarporley, our hope is that all our children flourish so they can live life in all its fullness. John 10:10

In order that all learners grow and reach their full potential, we want our curriculum to:

Demonstrate BRAVERY

bravery.jpeg   Take the leap of faith on our residential.


IMG_7343[1](1).JPG  Recognise and celebrate differences in our No Outsiders learning.

Create memorable OPPORTUNITIES  

glocks.jpeg   Seize the chance to explore the curriculum in new and practical ways. 


IMG_7340[1].JPG   Expand your knowledge with the optional homework tasks and share your learning with your class.


IMG_7342[1](1).JPG Use the Reflection Area to read the children's bibles and leave a prayer or thought to share.


…while always having high-quality BOOKS and reading at the heart of our teaching and learning!



Details of our full curriculum can be found in the attached file below.  On our main class page, we also have our newsletter which gives more information for the current term. 



How you can support at home…

  • While we request that you avoid the core English texts (so we don’t get any spoilers!), any reading or further research you can support your child with, which we call pre-learning, will be of huge benefit. We’d almost always favour the local library over online research, but any additional learning would be great.
  • Supporting your child with their quick recall of multiplication and related division facts will make so many areas of maths easier and will stand them in good stead for next year too. Pupils have to know all facts to 12x12 by the end of Year 4. The national Multiplication Check will take place in school in June.
  • To link with our learning on the Anglo-Saxons, you may fancy a day trip to Stoke to the The Potteries Museum and Art Gallery to see the Staffordshire Hoard. This is the largest collection of Anglo-Saxon gold and silver metalwork ever found, comprising over 4,000 items dating back to the 7th
  • We’ll be learning about two world-class sculptors, Joan Miro and Barbara Hepworth, so visiting an art gallery would really inspire our pupils. Both Liverpool and Manchester are home to some wonderful galleries which would be worth a visit.



Guide me in your truth and teach me, for you are God my Saviour. Psalm 25:5



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