At Gosberton Academy the curriculum is designed to: deliver first-hand learning experiences that help to motivate and stimulate learners as well as offering challenges. Learning will be meaningful, involving life experiences and being ably supported within the correct context to engage pupils allowing them to show their ability as creative critical thinkers.
Gosberton Academy’s curriculum aims to deliver a 21st Century education, equipping our pupils with the skills that are required to be an independent, resilient and aspirational citizen. The curriculum recognises the importance of all stakeholders and their views will be sought regularly to ensure a clear understanding of the aims of the curriculum as well as identifying the successes of the curriculum.
Community involvement is an essential part of our curriculum as we celebrate local traditions, support and engage with local businesses as well as learning skills to enable the children to take an active role in events throughout their time at Gosberton Academy, showing their understanding and commitment to the community where they are educated.
The pupils of Gosberton Academy will be nurtured, supported, guided and inspired by all staff, parents and other stakeholders to encourage them to be aspirational and excited about their future, yet not forgetting that school-life is to be a happy, investigative and an enquiring time where children should be thirsty for new knowledge. skills and experiences.
As a result of the broad and balanced curriculum, pupils will leave the Academy with a sense of belonging to a tightly knit community where they have the confidence, resilience, knowledge and skills to make decisions and connections to become life-long learners.