The Catholic School of St Gregory The Great Believe and Achieve

St Greg's Curriculum

Vision Statement:


At St Gregory's, we are inclusive and recognise that everyone has their own unique God-given talents. Our curriculum is progressive and builds on prior knowledge, understanding and skills so that we develop our whole school community academically, spiritually, emotionally, morally and socially. This enables our children to become good citizens who give to society. We provide creative and engaging opportunities that inspire and motivate our children to become lifelong learners, who have aspirations to be the very best they can be.


Please see CLICK HERE to read about the National Curriculum Overview

Our Learning Profile



Whole school design and structure 
We have designed the curriculum around year group themes.  To ensure that children experience real breadth and depth in their themes, each has been devised with a clear thread in mind that takes children on an engaging journey through the curriculum, helping them to make links, apply skills and knowledge and build upon prior learning in a variety of ways. Themes begin with a launch, and include opportunities to explore, deepen, reflect and celebrate, through experiences, trips and events both inside and outside of school.

Learning is contextualised through a termly History, Geography or Science theme. These are driven by core texts which children immerse themselves in and help the development of basic skills across the entire curriculum.  Click on the link to read our Whole School Curriculum Overview


The progression of skills documents should be used alongside the curriculum overviews to ensure there is progression of skills across the school for all foundation subjects.


St Gregory's  School Curriculum Overviews By Year Group 2019-20
Please note that as our curriculum evolves across the 2020-21 academic year, year group overviews may be tweaked and changed.