At Tyndale, our mission is to create knowledgeable and skilful learners who have ‘The best chance of success’. In order to achieve this, we provide our children with an inspirational education that inspires them to lead change and enables them to become curious, life-long learners.
- Academic Curriculum
- Behaviour Curriculum
- Character Curriculum
Our Academic Curriculum - We provide our children with a knowledge rich, thematic curriculum. Our thematic curriculum is coherently planned, sequenced and delivered to include full coverage of both the Early Years Foundation Stage and the National Curriculum and to provide a range of ambitious, fully inclusive experiences for all of our children. Through our curriculum and teaching we aim to equip our children with the knowledge, skills and understanding necessary to achieve now and in the future. We have carefully planned and created a broad and balanced curriculum which strives to equip all of our children with the cultural capital they need to succeed in life. Our learning and daily routines are underpinned by our seven character habits (ready, respectful, safe, ambition, resilience, collaboration and independence), which help our children to understand what they need to do to be successful learners within a diverse society and an ever-changing world.
Our Behaviour Curriculum - At Tyndale, we develop children’s character through our behaviour curriculum. To build character, we define the behaviours and habits that we expect our children to demonstrate. We want to support our children to grow into adults who are respectful, resilient, collaborative, independent, ambitious, and who always consider others. We believe that as children practise these behaviours, over time they become automatic routines that positively shape how they feel about themselves and how other people perceive them.
Our Character Curriculum - At Tyndale, our character curriculum is defined as education for the heart. We support every child in our care to be the very best version of themselves through nurturing talent, channelling creativity, exposing ambition and competing for excellence. Our character curriculum is a deliberate attempt to teach good qualities, skills and traits. We have the ‘Magnificent Seven Character Habits’ which are: Ready, Respectful, Safe, Ambitious, Collaborative, Independent and Resilient. Our character curriculum is integral to our academic and behaviour work and provides children with a wealth of knowledge. We sequence, build, and consolidate progressive skills to prepare children for their transition to secondary and beyond.
Find out more about our curriculum by contacting our Deputy Headteacher Mr Crouch on email@example.com
Our Whole School Curriculum Maps
Academic Curriculum Map
Behaviour Curriculum Map
Character Curriculum Map