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Our children enjoy and have access to a wide range of languages and, throughout their time at the Junior School, have the opportunity to study four different languages. These are currently French, Spanish, German and Latin. This initially focuses upon developing key vocabulary and conversational skills and progresses to include communicating in written form towards the end of Key Stage Two.
Cliff Park Junior School has a strong sporting tradition and we take part in a wide range of sporting activities, including: football, tag rugby, tennis, indoor and outdoor athletics, gymnastics, swimming, cross county, cricket, multi-skills and cycling. We frequently enter into local and regional competitions with considerable success and have been County Champions in a number of sports.
Throughout the year, children have the opportunity to take part in a wide range of activities. We work closely alongside the Norwich City Community Sports’ Foundation, who work in school two afternoons each week and deliver half of our PE curriculum. This enables children to access specialist coaching on a regular basis. Children also have an additional skills and techniques lesson within their year group each week.
In addition, we offer a range of sporting clubs at lunchtimes and after school. These vary throughout the year and are advertised via the office.
We work closely with Premier Sport, a local specialist provider, who deliver after school sessions throughout the school year.
We are committed to recognising and celebrating differences and diversity and use the ‘Discovery RE’ program to support this. This enquiry based approach makes RE exciting and engaging whilst developing children’s understanding of world faiths and their associated traditions and cultures. Each module also offers opportunities for the development of SMSC awareness and understanding of British values by linking children’s critical thinking skills alongside their knowledge of and empathy with people of different faiths.