We follow the National Curriculum with subjects being taught both discretely and as part of carefully planned 'contexts'. Within these 'contexts' we carefully incorporate key skills as well as subject specific skills which are applied across the curriculum plan to give an holistic approach to learning, sometimes led by children's interests, whilst at the same time ensuring the development of individual subject skills and knowledge.

Below are the latest terms Curriculum Information for you to view.

Curriculum Overviews (Spring 2020)

Foundation Stage (Everyday Heroes)

Year 1 (Space)

Year 2 (Great Fire of London)

Year 3 (Stone Age to Iron Age)

Year 4 (Volcanoes and Earthquakes)

Year 5 (The Natural World)

Year 6 (Victoriana!)

A wide variety of teaching methods are used, which are designed to give children the chance to learn in different ways. Children are taught as a whole class with both group, paired and individual work also widely used.

The school curriculum encompasses a variety of learning opportunities that your child will experience whilst at school. It is planned with clear progression and cohesion to make learning experiences relevant and meaningful.

The framework of the National Curriculum is the basis on which learning is organized; National Curriculum subjects are sometimes taught separately, at other times we adopt a more thematic joint approach.

We consistently aim to build on your child's previous learning experiences and engage them in a level of work that is appropriate to their needs.