The ethos of the curriculum at St Gabriel’s is to inspire and promote creativity, independence in learning and an appreciation of human creativity and accomplishment. We aim to ensure that children leave St Gabriel’s with the knowledge and breadth of study that allows for self-identity and a sound knowledge of the world around them whilst developing the skills to apply this knowledge to build upon the opportunities and experiences they will face as they mature.

Our ‘Creative Curriculum’ encompasses most foundation subjects including History, Geography, Art, Design Technology, Music and Computing. It ensures in-depth coverage of the national curriculum taught through topics such as London Landmarks, Patterns in Nature and those covering significant periods of history such as The Vikings: Fire and Ice.

Please click on the links below to see what our Creative Curriculum looks like across the school or have a look at our Arts Blog to see what we’ve been up to lately.

Our Creative Curriculum Framework

Our whole school documents

Whole School Topic Overview

Whole School National Curriculum Coverage Document

Examples of our year group documents

Yearly Assessment Overview

Termly Art Success Criteria

Termly Topic Overview – Year 1 Term 4 E is for Elephant

Termly Topic Overview Year 2 Term 3 Great Fire of London

Termly Topic Overview Year 3 Term 2 Dig! The Stone Age to Iron Age

Termly Topic Overview Year 4 Term 1 Famous Faces

Termly Topic Overview Year 5 Term 6 Wonders of the World

Termly Topic Overview Year 6 Term 1 Real London Lives