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Glebeland Primary School

Curriculum Intent

At Borders Partnership Primaries, we want our children to leave our schools thriving and ready for their next stage of education. Through our carefully sequenced, ambitious knowledge-rich and skills based curriculum, we want our children to have a strong sense of identity and belonging not only in their local communities but in a wider global sense. Our curriculum is influenced by the current thinking in curriculum design and development. 


We want our pupils to know about themselves, others and the world around them.  Our curriculum opens doors for our pupils, encouraging them to be curious about the world in which they live. Through our wide range of subject offers, we want our pupils to develop their individual strengths and to work hard at the areas they find more challenging. It is important that children have rich and diverse opportunities and a range of memorable experiences from which they learn and develop a range of knowledge and transferable skills. Reading sits at the heart of our curriculum; we encourage a love of reading, develop imagination and vocabulary.

The Consortium Trust's schools provides an environment which delivers a broad and balanced curriculum and collaborative learning across our schools,  providing the opportunity for every child to meet their full potential and beyond.

The Trust actively promotes global education and encourages our schools through PSHE and after school clubs to develop their pupil's spiritual, moral, social and cultural awareness, through the the education of countries, cultures and religious festivals.

As part of this, the Trust recognises the British Values of democracy, rule of law, individual liberty and mutual respect and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs. The Trust ensures that British Values are embedded within curriculum and learning in our Schools.

The outcomes of our curriculum values delivers closer integration of staff and collaborative working across the Trust, ensuring that our school’s curriculum are broad and exciting, provision is full and effective and the outcomes for pupils are exceptional.