Giving our pupils a broad and balanced curriculum that enriches 'Cultural Capital' is central to all that we do at St Clare's.
We have half-termly theme weeks to ensure our pupils receive a diet of stimulating and enriching activities.
Autumn 1 Language/Geography Week
Autumn 2 Multi Faith Week
Spring 1 Performing Arts Week
Spring 2 Holy Week
Summer 1 Health Week
Summer 2 Art and Design Technology Week.
We create a portfolio/displays for each theme week and hold performance assemblies where each class/year group's work is shared and celebrated.
In Year 4 Heather Peak Morison has worked with us through ' Creative Civic Change' to create a creative, stimulating and challenging wider curriculum (history, geography, DT and art). Each term includes a ‘Wow!’ experience e.g. Y4 visit to Tamworth Castle linked to their Normans and Tudors work in History and a visit to LEGOLAND Discovery to develop and enhance work on 'Robots' linked to our Iron Man theme.
Please have a look at Helen Peak Morison's work below and visit her website at: www.morison.info. We look forward to adding the work of our Y4 pupils as the project progresses.
We also have work linked to our performing arts week which culminated in a assembly displaying our wonderful achievements in dance, poetry and drama. Please have a look at our latest work during Performing Arts Week.
We are excited to announce, that we have further improved our School Sporting Curriculum with a brand new MUGA.
Our new Multi Use Games Area is an enclosed sports surface with sporting markings.
The children now have a fantastic dedicated zone to practice and develop their technique, fundamental movement skills and cardiovascular fitness. Along with gaining a love for sport and learning to lead a healthy life style.
We worked with Pentagon Play on this project and we highly recommend them to any school looking to develop their outdoor area.
You can visit their website here – www.pentagonplay.co.uk
Performing Arts Week 2019