Our Beautiful Creations curriculum area comprises the subjects of Art, Music and P.E.

As a school, we encourage our children to think critically and to care about their creations as well as those of their peers. We aim to build children’s courage through perseverance and resilience and instil in them an appreciation and consideration of the effort of others.

Please click here to find out what we have been doing with our Beautiful Creations curriculum areas during the Autumn 2023 term.

Art

Art is generally understood as any activity or product done by people with a communicative or aesthetic purpose – something that expresses an idea, an emotion or, more generally, a world view.

Our Aims

To inspire, engage and challenge children’s creativity

To spark our children’s imagination

To develop their talents as creative individuals

To help them understand that art is a form of communication

To develop an appreciation of the work of different artists from different backgrounds and cultures

To develop the correct techniques and understand that it takes practise and perseverance

Please click here to read the Knowledge Progression in Art document.

Our Outcomes

Music

Our Aims

To inspire, engage and challenge children’s creativity

To understand the processes involved in creating a piece of music

To develop their talents as creative individuals

To help the children develop sensitive and critical listening skills.

To develop an appreciation of different musical genres and an increased understanding of the role of music in history and contemporary society.

To develop the correct techniques and understand that it takes practise and perseverance

Please click here to read the Knowledge Progression in Music document. 

Our Outcomes

PE

PE (Physical Education) don’t forget the E in PE!  It is the planned, progressive learning that takes place in school curriculum directed time and which is delivered to all pupils.  It is progressive and supports pupils’ agility, balance and coordination as well as personal skills, such as resilience, teamwork and personal best. Our vision for PE is to create a love of being active and these years are pivotal in inspiring healthy lifestyles and understanding how our body works.  We also recognise PESSPA (Physical education, school sport and physical activity) as a rounded offer and PE forms the basis of this.

Our Aims

To inspire our children to live healthy and active lifestyles and develop a love for being physically active.

To understand personal best and being the best you can.

To understand the importance of being physically active.

To allow pupils to take part in competitive opportunities.

To support the holistic development of pupils through PE, sport and physical activity.

All pupils reaching NC requirements and beyond for swimming; providing skills for life.

Please click here to read the Knowledge Progression in PE document. 

Our Outcomes