Our Curriculum


WHAT WE TEACH – CURRICULUM

The whole curriculum and basic skills are taught through interesting detailed topics and activities designed to help children develop all aspects of intellectual, social and physical development.

The new National Curriculum came into force in September 2014 and is a planned programme which all children must study consisting of the subjects of English, Mathematics, Art and Design, Computing, Design Technology, Geography, History, Modern Foreign Languages (Key Stage 2 only), Music and Physical Education. Each subject area has a series of Programmes of Study which children should experience in order to meet the requirements of their appropriate stage.

Children are encouraged to work in pairs, small groups and as a whole class in an interactive practical way that encourages discussion. Children’s progress across the curriculum is monitored and the school uses a pupil tracking system to monitor progress in reading, writing and maths. Some children may be selected to take part in intervention programmes to support them with their literacy and numeracy.
The school has a specialist facility of 30 laptops and 15 iPads to assist with the teaching and learning of Information and Communication Technology. Children are encouraged to work in pairs, small groups and as a whole class in an interactive practical way that encourages discussion.
Children’s progress across the curriculum is monitored and the school uses a pupil tracking system to monitor progress in reading, writing and maths. The school is partnered with a specialist sports provision, MSP. Their specialist teacher works with all children across the school during the autumn and spring term. They also deliver training in coaching and mentoring to our teaching staff.

Please take a look at the individual class pages to find out more about our curriculum.

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