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Page 1 of 2 CURRICULUM POLICY MISSION STATEMENT Risedale Sports and Community College – committed to nurturing and sustaining a positive future for all, through an inclusive and exceptional learning journey.

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Page 1 of 2 CURRICULUM POLICY MISSION STATEMENT Risedale Sports and Community College committed to nurturing and sustaining a positive future for all, through an inclusive and exceptional learning journey. Aims To ensure everyone exceeds their potential To shape our curriculum to meet the future aspirations of our children To learn from failures and celebrate success To always be a force for resilience and excellence RATIONALE Every individual is entitled to a broad, balanced, relevant, coherent, progressive and differentiated curriculum, which prepares them for their future working life. At all stages of development learning should be structured, and should be a stimulating, enjoyable and worthwhile experience in its own right. Equality of access and opportunity should underpin provision for all. PURPOSES 1. To provide a comprehensive range of quality academic and vocational courses, learning experiences and training for the whole ability range which enable students to attain their full potential and which meet national and local needs 2. To provide individualised guidance so that students are following courses, which are relevant and appropriate to their needs 3. To provide individualised support to ensure equal access and opportunity 4. To create a community of learners where all participants recognise their need to learn and develop on an on-going basis 5. To develop personal moral values, beliefs, attitudes and an understanding of the society in which we live and to encourage spiritual growth 6. To prepare students for life in a culturally diverse and interdependent world. 7. To prepare students for employability and leisure. GUIDELINES 1. Governors will ensure that statutory requirements for curriculum are met and that opportunities for flexibility are used to best effect 2. There will be appropriate accreditation for all courses and assessment will be rigorous and stimulating 3. We will ensure that the process of monitoring, assessing and recording is part of the learning experience and is valued and owned by the student, taking account of the needs of individuals or groups who may be underachieving or on accelerated study programmes. 4. We will involve parents in the guidance and monitoring process 5. All courses will be part of continuity and progression routes and we will work with all feeder schools and partner schools and HE/FE providers. 6. We will work with other educational and training providers to maximise choice and diversity 7. We will continue to develop ICT provision to extend the range of curriculum and to create distance-learning opportunities 8. We will work with local employers and the local community to ensure that curriculum provision takes account of local needs and benefits from local input 9. We help students develop appropriate ICT skills to maximise the potential of ICT as a learning tool Page 2 of 2 Policy Review Dates Review Date Changes made (Y/N) By whom Approved by Governors Next Review Date September 2017 Y GMo 26 September 2017 September 2019

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