It is our aim to provide a broad, creative, thematic curriculum in response to Government strategies and to promote Quality First Teaching.
At Messing Primary School we believe that the curriculum is a powerful tool that promotes a love of learning, a willingness to explore and the time to have fun. We use the National Curriculum as a starting point for a wide and varied learning experience for our children. We enrich it with our strong ethos based on respect for ourselves and others, equality and a sense of wonder at the world we live in. We are committed to developing the whole child. Our children will have the opportunity to be creative, to be physically active and to be academically challenged.
We are continually reviewing and improving the curriculum we offer to our children. The curriculum at Messing Primary School is evolving according to the needs of our children and to the aspirations of the staff and community.
The vision at Messing Primary is to offer personalised learning so that each child has the opportunity to achieve their very best. “Every Child, Every Chance, Every Day”.
We currently have 20% of our pupils identified as gifted or talented. Our Partnership with New Hall School means that we are able to provide additional lessons and coaching to challenge and develop our gifted and talented pupils.
Through our broad curriculum, wide range of clubs, booster sessions, Partnership with New Hall School and links with local schools, pupils are given the opportunity to develop their interests in a wide range of areas which they may then wish to develop further.
Our gifted pupils are working at a level above their peers in at least one area of the curriculum. Talented pupils are those who have been identified as having a particular talent in the arts or sport.
Please click here to read the Parent Survey conducted in October 2020.
Please click here to read the comments made in the Parent Survery conducted in October 2020.
Key figures include:
Please click here to read the Parent Survey conducted in November 2019.
Key figures include: