The school provides education for 3-7 year olds.
The year groups covered are:
- Nursery (3/4 year olds)
- Reception (4/5 year olds)
Key Stage 1
- Year 1 (5/6 year olds)
- Year 2 (6/7 year olds)
For more information on the phases please click below:
The reading schemes used by the school are the Cliff Moon reading scheme, which includes book sets such as Storyworld, All Aboard and Big Cat, the school also uses a range of phonic based texts to support pupils in applying the sounds learned in their phonics sessions.
The phonics scheme used by the school is Read Write Inc.
Please note the school does not use the reading or writing programmes from this scheme.
Our curriculum is driven by the four overarching principles in the document above. Our curriculum intent and implementation meets the needs of all pupils, it is inclusive and aspirational for all. As a school we comply with both the Equality Act 2010 and the Special Educational Needs and Disability Regulations 2014. For further information please see the related school policies:
Subject Progression Documents
Each area of the curriculum is carefully planned and sequenced to ensure progression within and across each year group. Please click on the subjects below to see our progression maps. These do not detail everything pupils will learn in these subjects. Instead they focus on the core, most critical knowledge and skills that should be secured for each area of learning.
We send termly Knowledge Organisers to parents and carers to share information about what pupils will be learning each term and the topic that will drive this learning. Please click here to see the latest curriculum newsletters for all year groups.
Successful learning attributes underpin our curriculum. They are fundamental skills that focus on how to learn and how to approach new or challenging scenarios. These attributes are introduced to the children in the Early Years and revisited and developed throughout Key Stage 1. These attributes are taught through explicit modelling, sharing examples and linking our experiences to them.
Other Curriculum Documents
- Assessment policy 7 18
- EYFS Parents Guide
- Progression in addition
- Progression in division
- Progression in multiplication
- Progression in subtraction
- Promoting fundamental British Values
- Successful Learning chart
If you require further information about our curriculum, please contact the school office (Mrs Soares or Miss Price) on 0118 937 5473 or email firstname.lastname@example.org