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All learning in school in Wales have 'The Four Purposes' at their heart.  

We have made the phrases and logos more child friendly at Llantilio Pertholey CiW Primary School.

'Be the Best You Can Be' Ambitious, Capable Learners

  • set themselves high standards and seek and enjoy challenge

  • are building up a body of knowledge and have the skills to connect and apply that knowledge in different contexts

  • are questioning and enjoy solving problems

  • can communicate effectively in different forms and settings, using both Welsh and English

  • can explain the ideas and concepts they are learning about

  • can use number effectively in different contexts

  • understand how to interpret data and apply mathematical concepts

  • use digital technologies creatively to communicate, find and analyse information

  • undertake research and evaluate critically what they find

and are ready to learn throughout their lives

 

'Solving Problems and Sharing Ideas' Enterprising, Creative Contributors

  • have secure values and are establishing their spiritual and ethical beliefs

  • are building their mental and emotional well-being by developing confidence, resilience and empathy

  • apply knowledge about the impact of diet and exercise on physical and mental health in their daily lives

  • know how to find the information and support to keep safe and well

  • take part in physical activity

  • take measured decisions about lifestyle and manage risk

  • have the confidence to participate in performance

  • form positive relationships based upon trust and mutual respect

  • face and overcome challenge

  • have the skills and knowledge to manage everyday life as independently as they can

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and are ready to lead fulfilling lives as valued members of society.

 

'Looking After Our Bodies and MindsHealthy, Confident Individuals

  • have secure values and are establishing their spiritual and ethical beliefs

  • are building their mental and emotional well-being by developing confidence, resilience and empathy

  • apply knowledge about the impact of diet and exercise on physical and mental health in their daily lives

  • know how to find the information and support to keep safe and well

  • take part in physical activity

  • take measured decisions about lifestyle and manage risk

  • have the confidence to participate in performance

  • form positive relationships based upon trust and mutual respect

  • face and overcome challenge

  • have the skills and knowledge to manage everyday life as independently as they can

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and are ready to lead fulfilling lives as valued members of society.

 

'Looking After Wales and the World' Ethical, Informed Citizens

  • find, evaluate and use evidence in forming views

  • engage with contemporary issues based upon their knowledge and values

  • understand and exercise their human and democratic responsibilities and rights

  • understand and consider the impact of their actions when making choices and acting

  • are knowledgeable about their culture, community, society and the world, now and in the past

  • respect the needs and rights of others, as a member of a diverse society

  • show their commitment to the sustainability of the planet

and are ready to be citizens of Wales and the world

Click below for more information about schools creating their own curriculum

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How can parents get more information on what these changes mean for their child's education?

The Education Minister Kirsty Williams answers parents' questions ahead of the new curriculum for Wales. How can parents get more information on what these significant changes mean for their child's education?

In what ways will parents be able to get involved in the assessment reporting process?

The Education Minister Kirsty Williams answers parents' questions ahead of the new curriculum for Wales. In what ways will parents be able to get involved in the assessment reporting process?

What level of involvement do you think parents should have in the development of the curriculum?

The Education Minister Kirsty Williams answers parents' questions ahead of the new curriculum for Wales. Parents told us being consulted on the curriculum is a high priority. What level of involvement do you think parents should have in the development of the curriculum at their child's school?

If parents have questions on the draft curriculum how can they find out more?

The Education Minister Kirsty Williams answers parents' questions ahead of the new curriculum for Wales. If parents have questions on the draft curriculum, such as what the changes mean in practice for their child, who can they ask or how can they find out more before the consultation closes?

How else can all parents have a say on the curriculum issues that matter to them?

The Education Minister Kirsty Williams answers parents' questions ahead of the new curriculum for Wales. The consultation questions may be challenging to answer for many parents who don't work in education, and they may not respond. How else can all parents have a say on the curriculum issues that matter to them?

Curriculum for Wales