Our logo focuses on 4 curriculum aims that will help children to build a better world:
This is, of course, our number 1 priority and we want to ensure every child receives the very best education possible to enable them to have a ‘Bright Future’ ahead of them. Reading, writing and mathematics will be prioritised as these are key enablers of the rest of the curriculum.
We believe that innovation and technology are key to the future and our ambition is to ensure every child has every opportunity to be at the cutting edge of technology through computing and science as well as learning to innovate through the arts and sport, enabling them to become the great innovators of the future.
When we look at the future of our world, we can see how important the environment is and how we must do everything we can to protect it for the sake of the generations to come. For this reason, learning about the environment and how to care for it through science, geography and forest school, together with innovation from technology can help them solve the problems facing the plant today.
We aim for our children to be at the heart of communities. Our curriculum equips children with knowledge and understanding of our shared humanity through PSHE, English, Geography, History and R.E. lessons which builds mutual respect.
We aim that children will have the skills they need to form great relationships with people from all backgrounds, leading to more fulfilled, happy and successful lives.
Bright Futures Learning Trust a charitable company limited by guarantee.
Registered in England, Registered Number: 07887259
c/o Goldsworth Primary School
Bridge Barn Lane
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