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St. Felix Catholic School

St. Felix
Catholic School


The Curriculum at St Felix




At St Felix these are our curriculum drivers underpinned by our Catholic faith. Our intent is that our pupils should be made aware of the many opportunities that exist for them in the modern world and aspire to fulfil their dreams through hard work and a realisation that we are all part of a global family which brings with it both rights and responsibilities. Our curriculum demonstrates that pupils regardless of background, gender or disability have a role to play and a story to tell which is worth hearing. 

The curriculum is implemented through well planned lessons, first-hand experiences and practical activities with links between subjects being made where possible. This cross-curricular approach to learning allows the children to know more and remember more and encourages them to transfer and practise skills. Some areas of learning are taught discretely where strong links cannot be made.

The impact of our curriculum is measured through national assessments at the end of each Key Stage, the Phonics Screening Check in Year 1 and the Multiplication Tables Check in Year 4. These measure the core subjects of Maths and English. All subjects including RE and Science are measured termly, based on teacher judgements. These outcomes are used alongside pupil's own perceptions of their learning to evaluate the effectiveness of our curriculum offer. These show us that the majority of pupils attain well at St Felix and more importantly that they enjoy learning a broad and balanced curriculum, taking responsibility for themselves and the environment and recognising they are part of God's family.


Planning 2021-22

Long Term Planning

Our planning follows a 2-year rolling programme. Year A is 2020-21 and Year B is 2021-22

Further information

For further information regarding the curriculum our school is following please email or telephone the main school office using the number or email address detailed below. Our office staff will be happy to assist you with any queries you may have.

T: 01440 703775