What we learn

At Constantine we follow the new 2014 National Curriculum and ensure all subjects are covered within our exciting topic headings. Some are for a particular class and some are for whole school.  Mathematics, English and Science are the three core subjects. Foundation subjects are Geography, History, Art, Design Technology, Music, Physical Education, Religious Education, French, Personal Health and Social Education and Information and Communication Technology.  Each subject is led by one of our classroom teachers and evaluated regularly according to our School Development Plan.

We believe all of our learning is real and relevant. In many cases the children themselves have had input into the choice of topics offered. Our curriculum ensures progression in skills and also links to being healthy and safe; enjoyment of study; social and economic wellbeing and making a positive contribution to society. We offer a wide variety of trips and visitors to excite and motivate the learners.

Parents and carers can find out more details about the topics from our Curricular Newsletters handed out at the start of each topic. We welcome any input if you have particular links or areas of expertise to enhance the learning.

We welcome all pupils, including those with special educational needs and disabilities. We include them  in all areas of Constantine School life, whilst making special provision for individuals where appropriate. All staff aim to develop every child’s potential as far as possible. We have recently updated our policy to ensure it adheres to the government’s new Code of Practice.

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RNLI crew member

This week we have started looking different jobs at sea and Beth from St Agnes RNLI station came in to tell us all about her voluntary role.

Tamar's Snowy Pictures

Molly and Joanna’s Hansel and Gretel house

Constantine Against Sewage

SAS ‘MARINEOPOLY’ Education Programme launched on World Ocean Day