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Griffin Primary School provides every child with regular access to a variety of high quality learning opportunities, meeting the requirements of the National Curriculum. We strongly believe in using the curriculum as a tool for broadening horizons. Our students are aspiring global learners!
We are committed to offering an inclusive and creative curriculum, to ensure the best possible progress for all students. Our educational aims for children with Special Educational Needs and/or Disabilities are the same as those for all children in the school. More Able students are identified within school, and provision is adapted to meet their needs.
We run a school ‘Nurture Group’, following the Marjorie Boxall method, where the prime focus is on meeting social and emotional wellbeing needs. Building emotional literacy is an essential focus within the group. Stimulating opportunities for play and collaboration are provided, as a basis for the development of social skills, alongside daily access to the relevant curriculum.
Throughout the school year, students are given the opportunity to perform and present in a variety of contexts for different purposes. We hold half-termly sharing events, to which parents and family members are always invited to find out what students have been focusing on and developing in there learning.
We have strong links with high quality cultural organisations, including the National Theatre. As part of their 8-year school journey, every student will access a range of projects through these organisations. Creative arts skills are introduced, developed and consolidated, ensuring a long lasting impact on Teaching and Learning.