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The Tunbury Curriculum

The Tunbury Primary School vision and values are fulfilled throughout our curriculum, guiding children’s learning and personal development.

At Tunbury, we offer a rich, broad and engaging curriculum for our children.  We develop independent and resilient learners who are not afraid of making mistakes, will strive to achieve their best and who are equipped with tools for learning for life.  We want our children to be confident, inquisitive and to develop transferable skills.  In turn, they become respectful, responsible and reflective young people.

At Tunbury, children’s learning and well-being are at the forefront of every decision we make.  We provide our children with high quality teaching, built on positive relationships and accurate assessment. In a typical Tunbury lesson, teaching is responsive to children’s current knowledge, understanding and interests. Children are active learners, showing a high degree of involvement and responsibility for their own learning. Assessment for learning tools are used selectively and skilfully by adults and children, ensuring the sequence of learning is carefully constructed within each lesson. 

Altogether, our Tunbury curriculum is crafted to provide our children with enjoyable and successful learning experiences, building their overall sense of well-being and achievement and enabling them to take their next steps with confidence and pride.

The 2021-22 Tunbury curriculum is based around the following topics and whole school concepts.  If you would like additional information on the curriculum, please speak to your child's class teacher.

Curriculum Overviews by Year group 

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Reminder: Friday 1st April is the last day of Term 4.

Children return on Tuesday 19th April.