About Us -
Our Learning without Limits Curriculum
“Live a life without limits. All things are possible to those who believe.”
At St. Anne’s we passionately believe that everyone is capable of extraordinary and incredible things. Our Learning without Limits pedagogy underpins our curriculum. For us, our curriculum is everything we say and everything we do. This means that we don’t set a ceiling or a limit on what any individual is able to do. Everyone can be successful.
We trust our children to make the decisions that are right for them and to challenge themselves in their own learning, asking questions and deepening their understanding of the world around them.
We believe in everybody and ensure that all of our children’s voices are heard in decisions about the school. Children have the opportunity to be leaders and take on roles of responsibility across the school.
We work together to ensure co-agency whereby we work collaboratively to solve problems and unpick big questions within our enquiry based curriculum.
We also believe that children should be encouraged to surprise us with their ideas and what they can do. Our history does not define our destiny and we are therefore committed to the concept of unpredictability!
Please listen to our children explaining what Learning without Limits means to them…
Our Equality Objectives:
- To promote spiritual, moral, social and cultural development through all appropriate curricular and extra-curricular opportunities. We aim to meet this objective with particular reference to issues of equality and diversity;to reduce prejudice and increase understanding of equality through direct teaching across the curriculum;to move beyond deterministic notions of fixed ability and to model teaching and learning behaviours that avoid labelling;to promote cultural development and understanding through a rich range of experience, both in and beyond the school;to eradicate prejudice related bullying in relation to the protected characteristics listed in the Equality Act 2010;to tackle prejudice and promote understanding in relation to people with disabilities.