Our P.U.R.P.L.E Curriculum Aims

  • That all pupils are provided with outstanding learning experiences that will ensure engagement, leading to comprehension, leading to mastery of key subjects.
  • All children will be taught by professionals who are skilled, adept and enthusiastic about learning and committed to transmitting that enthusiasm to another generation.
  • To provide learning opportunities that ensure children reach their full intellectual and academic potential.
  • All pupils form part of our community and to bring about a change our curriculum must offer robust challenge and relentlessly high expectations
  • That all stakeholders adhere to the school’s P.U.R.P.L.E values


What are the P.U.R.P.L.E Values?


The P.U.R.P.L.E Values are a set of key values and skills that we want all children to be equipped with by the time that they leave at Littleton Green Community School.  They form the basis of everything that we do at our school.


We want children to think:

To  cultivate this we ask teachers to deliver a curriculum that


I am proud of my work and the effort that I have made to produce it.

  • provides lots of opportunities to celebrate very high quality work
  • provides lots of opportunities to celebrate effort


I am an individual who offers many talents. Everybody is good at something.

  • offers children a chance to develop a wide range of skills in all areas of learning
  • develops skills effectively across all subject areas


I learn from my mistakes.

  • provides opportunities to reflect on what I have learned and then provide opportunities to act upon it
  • develops  higher order thinking skills through the delivery of Building Learning Power






I always try my best. If at first I don’t succeed I try, try and try again.



  • is challenging and encourages children to overcome barriers through developing a “it’s good to be stuck “ethos.


I respect and love the world that I live in.


I respect and love other people.


I respect and love myself.

  • places a high degree of emphasis on building mutual respect
  • about the quality of the learning environment
  •  allows children to recognise their place in local, national and international communities through the promotion of British Values


I can overcome any challenge that comes my way.

  • equips children with a wide range of skills that they can use throughout their life.
  • Encourages children to believe in their own ability and help them take responsibility for their  own learning.


Please click the links below to find out more about each subject.






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