We aim for our school family to always be
‘Learning with love and laughter, growing in God's grace'.
At St Laurence we want the children to enjoy learning experiences and become confident citizens with deep-rooted values. Our learning challenges at St Laurence have been designed to ensure each and every child can 'live life in all its fullness'.
Through our curriculum we aim to:
Develop behaviours and self-belief to become confident lifelong learners:
the behaviours learners need to succeed in the world especially resilience, independence, risk-taking, concentration, perseverance, imagination, co-operation, enjoyment of learning, self-improvement and curiosity.
Develop our moral compass: Where we fit in the world; understand our responsibilities to our communities and planet, value spirituality in others and ourselves, develop respect and social skills, and engage in the culture we live in and understand the cultures of others.
Develop and build on knowledge and skills:
engaging and inspiring opportunities to learn new skills and knowledge, as well as build on and practise existing understanding of prior learning.
Develop communication skills in our children:
give children the confidence to speak effectively in a variety of different situations, express their opinions, make confident decisions.
With God, all things are possible (Matthew 19:26)