Croscombe CofE and Stoke St Michael Primary Federation
We use Gem Learning Powers to create a learning environment where children feel comfortable being risk takers, prepared to make mistakes in order to find out more. Learning is a lifelong process which doesn’t end when we leave school or finish university.
Here you will find our subject plans. To see these knitted together to create context and inspiration for the children, please see our long term plans sections.
EnglishFind out more
MathsFind out more
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Design and TechnologyFind out more
HistoryFind out more
GeographyFind out more
Art and DesignFind out more
MusicFind out more
We value physical education as a must for all children. Every child receives two P.E. lessons a week delivered by our very own federation coach: Mr Gino Dicaprio (Mr D!)
Mr D is passionate about children's, health, wellbeing and physical performance. He ensures that all children are guided and encouraged no matter where their ability lies.
Above all, P.E. is fun here in our federation. The children learn to build on their own confidence in order to participate well and to become good sports people with exceptional skills.Find out more
ComputingFind out more
Modern Foreign LanguageFind out more
Religious EducationFind out more
Personal, Social, Relationship and Health Education
Personal, Social, Relationship and Health Education is a highly regarded subject here in our federation. The children are taught about social situations, relationships of different kinds, how to stay mentally wealthy, how to eat well and look after their bodies and much more. This subject is planned so that these areas are built upon year after year ensuring children are building on their knowledge and understanding of these very important life skills. More emphasis and time has been given to this subject to ensure pupil well-being is at the forefront of all that we do coming out of the national lockdown.Find out more
Forest SchoolFind out more
The following British Values are taught mainly through school assemblies but are also woven into the class curriculum as and when relevant:
The Rule of Law
ToleranceFind out more