Curriculum

 

Early Years

The Early Years Foundation Stage is followed in our Nursery and Reception Class. Teachers plan learning around pupils interests and this is based on careful on-going observations of each child. Development matters statements are used to plan learning and to define observations.

Year One to Year Six

The National Curriculum is a statutory entitlement to learning for all pupils. The curriculum maps below show that we have organised the Programmes of Study over a two year rolling programme as pupils generally stay in each class for two years. We have made links across the curriculum as much as we can to explore natural learning links. We have been ambitious in our plans, whilst accommodating all needs.

Please find below our Curriculum Maps which show how learning is planned in each class. The Academic Year 2015-2016 follows Cycle B.

 

Kingfisher Class (Year 1 and 2) Cycle B

Parrots Class (Year 3 and 4) Cycle B

Falcons Class (Year 5 and 6) Cycle B

 

The Academic Year 2016-2017 follows Cycle A

 

Kingfisher Class (Year 1 and 2) Cycle A

Parrots Class (Year 3 and 4) Cycle A

Falcon Class (Year 5 and 6) Cycle A

 

Termly curriculum letters are sent to parents ensuring that they have full access to their child’s curriculum. Fortnightly Sharing Assemblies give pupils the opportunity to showcase what they have learnt. Each class hosts an assembly  at least once a term.

Parent Consultation Meetings are held at the beginning of each term so that parents can be involved in the termly target setting process. Parents are then invited to view their pupil's work at Mid-Term 'Open Books' Evenings. At the end of each term, parents and pupils receive a written report reflecting on what has been achieved that term. We aim to ensure that parents are fully informed of their child's progress and fully involved in their child's education.

For additional information please see the English and Maths pages as well as your child's class page.