- The Taught Curriculum
- Information & Communication Technology
- Physical Education
- The Creative Curriculum
- Religious Education
- Special Educational Needs and additional provision
- More Able Children
- Personal, Health and Social Education
- Sex Education
- Multicultural Education
- Collective Worship
- Nursery - Monkey Class
- Year R - Rabbit
- Year 1 - Kangaroo
- Year 2 - Tabby Cat and Owl
- Year 3 - Meerkat and Giraffe
- Year 4 - Panda and Tiger
- Year 5 - Panther and Polar Bear
- Year 6 - Dolphin and Kookaburra
- The Curriculum
- Forest School
At Pilgrims’ Way school an act of worship, which reflects that the religious traditions in the country are Christian , and as such will reflect broadly Christian values. Every effort is made to ensure the content of the worship is appropriate to the ages and family backgrounds of the children.
Pilgrims’ Way school uses the daily act of worship to help children reflect on their own understanding and beliefs. They are given the opportunity to discuss these and consider the views of others. The school aims to develop a cohesive community where everyone feels they contribute. The daily assemblies support children in understanding the role of a citizen in Britain today.
The Headteacher or one of the class teachers lead the daily act of worship on four days a week. The school has visits from local Church representatives.
Whilst parents have the right to withdraw their child from collective worship, we hope that they will discuss any concerns with the Headteacher before exercising this right.