School Curriculum

The school follows the National frameworks for Literacy and Numeracy and uses the Chris Quigley Essentials as a guide when planning coverage of the foundation subjects, ensuring that coverage is in line with National Curriculum statutory requirements.

 

To view the National Curriculum please click on the link below:

 https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/425601/PRIMARY_national_curriculum.pdf

 

 

In order to enrich our school curriculum as much as possible, we have identified five areas that we wish to focus on.

 

Enterprise: Willingness to take initiative

 

Diversity: Children to appreciate and reflect upon the beliefs and values of others, having respect for the ideas of people from different cultures whilst respecting our fundamental British values

 

Learning through experience: Children to develop their spirituality and sense of awe and wonder through visits, visitors, special events, celebration and outside learning

 

Environment: Children to value the environment and feel passionate about its management

 

Community: The school sees itself as a vital part of both the local and wider community

 

These School Essentials are woven into all curriculum areas.

 

In Key Stage I the school uses Letters and Sounds as our main phonics scheme and we use Oxford Reading Tree as our main reading scheme.

 

To view the School Curriculum please click on the links below:

 

School Curriculum by Year Group 2018-19

 

Reception School Curriculum 2018-19

 

School Curriculum by Subject:

Art and Design

Computing

Design Technology

French

Geography

History

Literacy

Maths

Music

PSHE

Physical Education

Religious Education

Science