Moor Row Primary School

Manners, Respect, Success

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Moor Row, Cumbria, CA24 3JW

headteacher@moor-row.cumbria.sch.uk

01946810620

Social, Moral, Spiritual and Cultural

 

In Moor Row Primary School we recognise the importance of promoting the social, moral, spiritual and cultural development of all pupils by providing a range of experience both within the formal curriculum, through the ethos of the school and through interactions with the adults within our school community.

We are developing a broad and balanced curriculum that reflects the individual needs of our pupils whilst representing the diversity of the world.  This curriculum is enhanced by regular enrichment activities such as visits, visitors and activity days and is responsive to changing needs.

Examples of our work to promote SMSC include:

  • A forest school programme that develops important social skills and supports pupils in working together to complete tasks of varying complexity
  • A Pupil Behaviour Policy based upon a system of rights and responsibilities
  • Promoting the six core values, respect, hope and aspiration, tolerance, unity, responsibility and honesty
  • Promoting Anti-Bullying Week 
  • A Religious Education curriculum that covers a range of faiths
  • The opportunity for all Key Stage 1 pupils to develop performance skills and confidence in the annual U-Dance Festival
  • The opportunity for all Key Stage 2 pupils to develop important collaborative skills by working with Orgill Primary School pupils as part of the annual Rock Challenge
  • The Kidsafe programme
  • Joining with Pupils at Orgill Primary School to raise money for Cumbria Hospice At Home with the annual Colour Run
  • An annual adventure residential for pupils in Key Stage 2
  • Providing entertainment for the community Jubilee group each term
  • Work with the Beacon Museum to commemorate the anniversary of the end of WW1
  • Harvest celebrations and support for the local food bank
  • A curriculum for online safety
  • Involvement in World Book Day
  • Visits from Play In A Day that support history teaching
  • A range of disability awareness days including autism
  • Work with Cumbria Wheelchair Basketball Association to raise awareness of disability in sport
  • Christmas visit to Keswick Theatre
  • Participation in competitive sport within the local schools' cluster 
  • First Aid training for all Key Stage 2 pupils