At St Botolph’s, we pride ourselves on offering our children quality education within a safe and nurturing environment. We continually strive to improve, giving our children exciting opportunities to broaden their horizons.
The St Botolph’s Curriculum has carefully planned activities and learning which matches our children’s needs, expanding their opportunities and widening their horizons. Learning is carefully connected, interweaving knowledge and skills to make it meaningful, while ensuring that the National Curriculum is followed.
Every year on 17th June, Year 4 celebrate St. Botolph’s Day by performing a short play about the life of Saint Botolph to the rest of the school and their parents. The story tells how a young Botolph, was taught by monks to read and write Latin. As he grew older, he witnessed the poor treatment of the monks by thieves and decided to find some land where they could live in safety. Botolph travelled to many places and now there are 64 churches which are named after him because of the great work he did.