Subjects

Please take a look at what your child(ren) will be learning about throughout this academic year. By clicking a link below, a new page will open with information for that Key Stage.

 Foundation Stage  Curriculum Plan

 Key Stage One Curriculum Plan

 Key Stage Two Curriculum Plan

Did you know we also have Philosophy lessons here at Sherrier?

To find out more about P4C (Philosophy for Children) why not take a look at these websites:

www.sapere.org.uk/default.aspx?tabid=162

www.thephilosophyman.com

Philosophy 4 Children

Basics

Create a caring classroom

Children:

  • Learn to listen to and respect each other
  • Make links between matters of personal concern
  • Friendship
  • Bullying
  • Change
  • Personal identity
  • Free will
  • Space
  • Time
  • Truth
  • Challenge and explore the beliefs and values of others and to develop their own view
  • Experience quiet moments of thinking and reflection
  • Learn to be clear in their thinking and make reasonable and deliberate judgements
  • Learn to be more thoughtful by basing their decisions and actions on reasons
  • Curriculum
  • Citizenship
  • PSCHE
  • Language
  • Connected Curriculum
  • Promotes dialogue
  • Discussion
  • Skills
  • Developing morality

RE

At the heart of our school are a set of core Christian Values. These underpin our whole ethos, curriculum and school life and aim to ensure our pupils leave Sherrier C of E Primary as happy, secure, caring and responsible citizens. The values we promote are important within the school community and are values which will be important throughout life. In all that we do we strive to share, encourage and demonstrate positive values with our children; in order that they understand them and strive to live by them.

Our Christian Values are:

                            

See our Year group pages to learn more about our Christian Values and some of the work we are doing on them!

Our school is a Church of England school in the Diocese of Leicester. You can find out more about the Diocese of Leicester through their website by clicking here. Or if you would like to find out about their specific work with schools click here.

We have strong links with the Diocese and with the churches in our catchment, particularly St.Mary's Church in Lutterworth: 

The incumbent of the Parish of Lutterworth is the Rev’d Charlie Styles or otherwise known to the children as Rev. Charlie! The Rev’d Charlie is a  valuable member of our school’s governing body. He regularly visits the school to deliver collective worship and also to take part in the children’s learning here at Sherrier. We are also very lucky to welcome members of the team to deliver our Open the Book assemblies, whereby we get to discover stories from the Bible.

As part of our Collective Worship the staff and children learn, respond and reflect through a simple structure represented by 'candles', 'mirrors', 'a door' and 'a window'. See below how our Collective Worship uses this model: 

 

Here's our Collective Worhip timetable for 2018-2019:

When praying at Sherrier we follow the structure of praying with a Thank You, Sorry, Please prayer. This is an excellent time for children to have a quiet moment of reflection and think about their own lives and the lives of others.

 

RE Week 2018-2019: Stay tuned for the exciting work we've done!

 

At Sherrier we value all faiths and want our children to understand and be aware of different cultures and beliefs. As part of this we teach our children to know the World's Key Religious symbols and the important part they play in people's lives and their communities. 
 

 If you would like to know and understand more information about the different world religions please click here!

 

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