The curriculum aims of the school are to provide a broad, balanced and relevant curriculum to all pupils, acknowledging the individual needs of each. Underpinning the whole curriculum is our concern to promote the spiritual, moral and cultural development of each of our children.We have created our new curriculum in line with the New National Curriculum (2014). This is based on a creative, enquiry-based approach led by the pupils, promoting independent learning skills and enthusiasm for learning. To find out more about the enquiry questions for each year group, click on the class pages using the main menu.
To find out more about the individual subjects, click on the link below.
Find out more about the school curriculum and the curriculum policies here.
The pupil premium is a source of funding made available to schools by the Government. This is targeted funding to be used to provide for disadvantaged pupils. At Swanwick Primary School, we believe that all children should be supported to reach their full potential and are committed to spending all our resources to achieving this aim. For information about how our pupil premium funding is spent, please click on the links below:
Pupil Premium Strategy Statement 2016-2017
Pupil Premium report 2016Pupil Premium report 2015
Pupil Premium report 2014
School Admissions Policy
If your child was born between 1st September 2013 and 31st August 2014 able to start school in September 2018. If you would like to apply for a place, please apply online (click here)
between 13th November 2017 and 15th January 2018.
School Admissions policy
Further information about applying for a place can be found here.
The school's ethos and values which underpin the children's spiritual, moral cultural and social development are based on these principles: Developing self-respect, Respect for others Gaining independance, while staying safe, in and out of school, Taking responsibility for words, thoughts and actions.
Children with special educational needs are well provided for with experienced teachers and teaching assistants giving support and a dedicated learning support area.
The following policies may be read by following these links:
Protection and safe-guarding
Keeping Children Safe in Education policy
Administration of medicine
Special Educational Needs
There are numerous extra-curricula activities for the children at Swanwick Primary School including sports such as netball and tag rugby. Other clubs include French, cookery, harmonies, STEM, Discovery club. Find out more on our clubs page.
Sports and keeping healthy
Swanwick Primary School is extremely proud of its healthy school's award, and is continually looking at ways of promoting the health of its pupils. This year, we are taking on the 'Swanwick Kilometre' challenge, which will be co-ordinated by children in school.More information about how sport and a healthy lifestyle is promoted can be found here:
If you have a complaint:
The complaints procedure can be found here: