Latest News: Pupils arriving at school for 8:45am each day can really Make A Difference. During this M.A.D time pupils are guided in self reviewing their work from the day before or completing a variety of activities which may be the foundation for activities undertaken later on in the day. We would be very grateful if pupils could arrive in class at 8:45am to allow them to make the most of this time.

School Curriculum

 

We follow the National Curriculum for Key Stage 2 (Years 3 to 6).  The National Curriculum is a framework provided by the government so that all children are taught in a way that is balanced and manageable.  We use the National Curriculum to provide a broad and balanced curriculum for all our pupils, helping them to achieve all relevant skills and knowledge and develop positive attitudes towards learning.

DFE National Curriculum

We teach the Curriculum in 4 ways:

1.         On-going units of study

  • English (National Curriculum – see link above)
  • Mathematics (National Curriculum – see link above)

In the downloads below you will find leaflets which show end of year expectations for each year group.

2.         Weekly class lessons which follow the national curriculum – see link above.

3.         Modular Subjects – A half-termly block of work focusing on a specific topic in detail – Science, Technology, Geography, History – Modules Overview 

4.         Blocked units of work –  Music and Art – Arts Overview

The principles of our teaching and learning policy apply in all curricular areas.

 

Online Safety

Below are links to useful websites for keeping children safe on the internet: