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Kindness, Respect, Community, Curiosity, Independence


Subject Leads - Sarah Sullivan and Paul Tippett


The Meads Curriculum intent for R.E. is based on the West Sussex model and is to:

  • Develop children’s spiritual, moral, social and cultural awareness.
  • Support children’s mental well-being and prepare them for a rapidly- changing world.
  • Engage children in deep enquiry into the questions posed by world religions.
  • Help to develop the understanding and skills needed to articulate children’s own responses and appreciate and appraise those of others.



The Meads Curriculum intent for Geography is to:

  • Stimulate the children’s interest in and curiosity about their surroundings.
  • Encourage children to make sense of their community through a wide range of opportunities. 
  • Help children acquire specific skills that advance their geographical understanding.
  • Differentiate the processes that give rise to key physical and human geographical features of the world.
  • Encourage a sense of responsibility for the environment.
  • Enable children to become global citizens by developing a sense of place and identity.



The Meads Curriculum intent for History is to:

  • Provide opportunities that stimulate children’s curiosity to know more about the past.
  • Help children to appreciate history in a chronological context.
  • Develop a sound grasp of historical facts.
  • Grow a coherent contextual knowledge of Britain’s past and that of the wider world.
  • Encourage critical thinking about the past.
  • Enrich children’s vocabulary to support their understanding of the past.