Our PE curriculum intends to engage all pupils in regular physical activity in order to
build their confidence, resilience and knowledge on how to keep themselves
mentally and physically healthy.
We implement our curriculum through: high quality sequenced PE
lessons, investments in school sport and a relentless focus on increasing
physical activity. A broad range of sports are offered through our PE
Curriculum Map and throughout the school day to give children ample
opportunities to become active and to inspire them to succeed in physically-demanding
activities and competitive sports.
impact of our curriculum ensures that children have the knowledge, skills and understanding to become physically
literate, enabling them to lead and maintain healthy, active lives. Working
with Arches School Sports Partnership, we are able to increase children's
participation in competitive sports across Sheffield, enabling children to
reflect wisely, learn eagerly, behave with integrity and cooperate consistently
well with others whilst developing a life-long love of sport and fitness.
is to equip children with the knowledge and understanding of computers to become digitally literate. We aim to inspire children to become active and responsible participants in our increasingly digital world.
our high quality curriculum across school by delivering high quality teaching. We use the ‘Sheffield Primary Computing Scheme of Work’ as a vehicle to deliver computing lessons. This progressively builds knowledge and understanding through school to create safe, responsible and effective users of technology.
of our curriculum is that pupils feel confident with technology and can apply the concepts of computer science to a range of problems. Through a high quality computing education, pupils are equipped with computational thinking and creativity to understand and change the world.
At Angram Bank Primary, we believe that it is vital for all our pupils to learn from and about religion, so that they can understand the world around them. We intend to equip pupils with the knowledge and understanding of a range of religions and world views, enabling them to develop their ideas, values and identity.
Our RE curriculum is implemented through the Sheffield Agreed Syllabus. The syllabus enables the teaching of RE to make a distinctive and significant contribution to social, moral, spiritual and cultural development. We value the religious background of all members of the school community and hope that this will encourage individuals to share their own experiences with others freely.
The impact of our RE curriculum is that enjoy learning lots about other religions. Through their RE learning, the children are able to make links between their own lives and those of others in their community and in the wider world.