The core subjects of the National Curriculum, Mathematics, English, Science and Information and Communication Technology are taught throughout the school, as are the foundation subjects, namely: History, Geography, Design Technology, Music, Art Physical Education and (from year 1) Italian. The foundation subjects are taught through our Quest curriculum.
Parents may withdraw children from all, or part of, the religious education programme, or collective worship.
However, we ask parents to support the Catholic ethos of the school and as they have made a positive decision to opt for a Roman Catholic school, the Governors do not expect to receive any requests.
RHE (Relationships and Health education)
We understand and agree with the Church’s advice on sexuality. Under the guidance of the Diocese of Middlesbrough we are preparing to introduce our new scheme for RSE, entitled TenTen. This will replace our old scheme, "Journey in Love". Details will be shared with parents and carers and published on this website at the earliest opportunity.
After the school closures in 2020, our curriculum teams worked on creating a recovery curriculum model that would support all pupils in their return to school in September 2020.
Our recovery curriculum approach not only focuses on academic achievement but on the health and well-being of each child within our school family. You can find out more about it here: https://www.olqm.co.uk/recovery-curriculum/