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Our Curriculum

Curriculum overviews are produced at the beginning of each term by the year group teachers to outline what is being taught over the coming term, details of which are included in their letters home to parents.  

Click here to view our school's long term curriculum plan for 2019-2020

If you would like to find out more about our curriculum please ask at the school office who will signpost you to the relevant member of the Senior Management Team

Foundation Curriculum

The Foundation Curriculum is based on the Department for Education and Skills document called the Early Years Foundation Stage.  This sets out the knowledge, skills and understanding which young children should have acquired by the end of the academic year in which they reach the age of five.  The curriculum is organised into seven areas of learning:

  • Personal, Social and Emotional
  • Communication and Language
  • Physical development
  • Literacy
  • Mathematical development
  • Understanding the world
  • Expressive Arts and Design

​Personal, social and emotional learning is a very important aspect of children's development as it supports them learning how to work independently; how to share; how to behave appropriately and to generally develop skills that will help them to become effective learners.

These seven areas are used by teachers to plan the learning environment, activities and experiences for children in the foundation stage classes.

Click here for a Parents' Guide to the Early Years Foundation Stage Framework.

Curriculum Policies

Below is a list of our curriculum policies (pdf format).

 

  1. Art Policy
  2. Collective Worship Policy
  3. Design and Technology Policy
  4. English & Literacy Policy
  5. Geography Policy
  6. History Policy
  7. Homework Policy
  8. Music Policy
  9. PE Policy
  10. PSHCE Policy
  11. Relationship and Sex Education Policy
  12. ICT Policy
  13. Curriculum Policy
  14. RE Policy
  15. Maths Policy
  16. Calculation Policy
  17. Science Policy
  18. PSHEE Policy