The Global Curriculum At Comber Grove Primary
At Comber Grove we deliver a Global Citizenship Curriculum
This is entrenched in social justice, equality, diversity and inclusion and sustainability. We weave this with our school values of:
Community, Pride, Empathy, Happiness, Individuality, Creativity
We intend to develop students who:
We break subjects down into:
Why do we teach a Global Citizenship Curriculum?
At Comber Grove, we know it is important that children see themselves, their heritage, their cultures, their religions reflected and taught. Not as a tokenistic celebration day or week, but weaved throughout the curriculum.
Our curriculum includes a well-rounded British history, including Black British history, British Asian history, women’s history, LGBTQIA+ history and role models from all of the above.
We teach social justice, sustainability, human rights and develop children’s voices and confidence to articulate and justify their thoughts. This development in children’s voices raises awareness and empowerment and promotes empathy.
We take inspiration from the United Nation's 17 Sustainability Goals - put in place to make the world a better place.
We implement this through our engaging, broad and balanced curriculum, entrenched in learning about and from current issues, social justice and being able to think critically about the world around us. We develop oracy and collaboration through Cooperative Learning structures.
The impact of which is children leave Comber Grove as academically and creatively successful, highly articulate young citizens, ready to face an ever-changing world.
Click on each Year Group below to find out what they will be learn this year!
Scroll to the bottom for more detailed information about each subject.