Crakehall Church of England Primary School

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Crakehall Church of England Primary School

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Our Curriculum

Our Curriculum

Our school vision is intrinsically connected to our curriculum.

We believe in Growing Together


Growing together to:

Value and respect others

In line with our Christian Values, we aim to value and respect others while trying to become the best version of ourselves.

Become resilient

We enjoy challenging ourselves to try new things or work towards goals and targets

Understand the world around us

We learn about our local community and environment

Have an inquisitive mind

We ask great questions to enhance our learning and understand how to access and reflect on information available to us.

What do we intend the children who attend our school to learn?

There are several aspects to our curriculum that are really important and are therefore prioritised within our teaching and learning. We hope that the following pages give you a flavour of what our curriculum is all about at Crakehall CE Primary School.

Crakehall’s SOULRICH Curriculum!

Our SOULRICH characters were designed and created to act as role models for all children. Each character represents a key skill that is essential to becoming not only a successful learner but to be able to flourish in the twenty-first century. Characters are displayed around the whole school and used during lessons to encourage metacognition within lessons. We celebrate children developing these skills during a weekly celebration assembly.


Synergy Trust Schools

About Synergy Schools

Synergy Schools is a federation of primary schools in the north of North Yorkshire. The federation was formed in September 2018 after the 2017-18 academic year, when Brompton-on-Swale and Crakehall CE Primary Schools successfully shared senior leadership capacity.