Our whole curriculum is shaped by our academy vision which aims to provide inclusive, high quality educational experiences in and beyond the classroom. At Edward Worlledge Ormiston Academy we aspire to develop pupils who show empathy, have perseverance, be inspirational and challenge themselves. We support this by providing opportunities for children to build knowledge and skills, make and apply their understanding both in the classroom and in the wider world.
It is our intention that our pupils will be able to think well and feel well so that they can contribute to their community and the wider world around them. We want them to leave our academy with the knowledge and skills they will need to succeed at Secondary School, but also to have a love of learning, a resilience to overcome challenges and the ability to access the choices and opportunities available to them.
We have built a curriculum that is ambitious and designed to provide pupils with the knowledge, skills and cultural capital they will need to succeed in life. Pupils study the full curriculum, based upon National Curriculum expectations.