Time and Place
Each Child is Uniquely Created and Loved by God
Our aim at St Barnabas’ School is that all children aspire to master a broad range of skills, knowledge and understanding relating to Time and Place.
Teaching and learning will focus on developing pupils’ curiosity and fascination with the world, its people and its past.
Children will be encouraged to ask questions and to critically evaluate sources of information.
Pupils will be encouraged to read a broad range of texts relating to Time and Place, both to deepen their subject knowledge and for enjoyment.
The Time and Place curriculum will equip pupils with the knowledge and skills required to understand, appreciate and engage with their immediate surrounding and the wider world.
Pupils will be encouraged to appreciate the aesthetics and utility of the world around them, both past and present.
As pupils progress through the school, they will develop a firm understanding of the interaction between physical and human processes and will express ideas relating to the past and present of Britain and the wider world with confidence and fluency.
The Time and Place Curriculum will help pupils to better understand their place in the world and make informed decisions on how to best shape its future