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Ince Church of England Primary School ‘Inspire, Nurture, Challenge, Enrich’




Vision: Ince CE Primary School is led by the light of Jesus within us all, guiding us on our individual journeys through life, so that we can grow and learn together to shine as one throughout our wider community. #Let your light shine


As a Church of England School, our vision and values are at the heart of everything we do and play a vital part in our pupils’ education, spiritual, moral, social and cultural development.


At Ince C.E, we endeavour to ensure that the English Curriculum is rich in carefully selected texts; is varied through classic and contemporary fiction, poetry and non-fiction; and inspires children to read and write for both pleasure and a specific purpose.


We aim to provide a curriculum that promotes discussion and a deeper understanding of our school Christian values: truthfulness, thankfulness, forgiveness, compassion, justice and courage. . These values are evident through our text drivers from English long-term plans where texts have been chosen specifically to provide an opportunity of learning about them in the wider world.


In addition to promoting our school Christian Values, texts have also been selected to highlight the termly drivers of heritage in the autumn term, to deepen understanding of the local area; of enlightenment in the spring term, to explore the wider world and significant people that have raised awareness of issues globally; and to highlight the concept of Courageous Advocacy through literature so that children can read and write about the empowerment to make a difference regarding issues that they feel passionately about.


As a result of an excellent English curriculum we want our children to:


  • Have access to a range of inspiring and engaging texts.
  • Develop a love of reading and challenge themselves to read from a range of genres and authors.
  • Become confident and accomplished writers that can adapt to an audience and purpose.
  • Develop a wide range of vocabulary that can be used successfully within a specific context.
  • Use a range of sentence structures to have maximum impact on an audience.
  • Spell accurately.
  • Have a good understanding of grammatical techniques and terminology, applying them consistently to work where appropriate.
  • Communicate confidently and articulately in both oral and written form.


We want children to develop a love of language and literature and understand how this can provide a wealth of opportunities and enjoyment in the wider world.



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