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Freeman's Curriculum Statement

At Freeman’s Endowed C.E Junior Academy, we aim to teach an ambitious, high-quality and enriching curriculum that enables all children to reach their full potential. Our curriculum prepares our students with the knowledge and skills for their future learning. Our school is a place where we learn how to love God, one another and ourselves through our School and Christian values and this ensures our children leave our school as role-models for society as everyone aspires for excellence.

Freeman's Curriculum Statement


Freeman's Teaching & Learning Statement 

At Freeman’s Endowed CE Junior Academy we help all of our children to:

  • Achieve their full potential as rounded individuals;
  • Achieve high standards in all areas of the curriculum;
  • Develop as confident, self-motivated, independent and collaborative learners; 
  • Be able to face challenges with resilience and optimise new opportunities;
  • Be active contributors who value and care for the school and the wider community; 
  • Respect themselves and others;
  • Feel a sense of pride and belonging toward the school and community;
  • Respect, value and care for the natural environment;
  • Understand and accept the rights and responsibilities of being citizens of the future; 
  • Learn about, value and appreciate our diverse society.

Freeman's Teaching and Learning Policy


Our Curriculum Subjects


Subjects (ID 1026)


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