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e have developed a curriculum which is  relevant, challenging and led by the interests and needs of the children. It is driven by the National Curriculum as well as local, national and international events such as the Olympics, general elections and national celebrations.

We aim to make as much use of our local area as possible and plan for all children to take part in outdoor learning, local visits and cultural activities, such as cinema and theatre performances. 

 

Curriculum  for 2019-2020

Numbers vary from year to year and our class structure reflects this.

In 2019,  teaching and learning in Early Years and Key Stage 1 is organised as follows:

 

Nursery.

Children begin nursery the term after they are three. They can attend a combination of mornings and afternoons across the week. In nursery, although the planned themes are those followed by the rest of the year groups, teaching and learning is very much responsive to the children’s needs and interests and follows the guiding principles of the statutory framework for the early years foundation stage.

Reception and Year 1.

These children are grouped into two separate classes. These two classes follow the framework for EYFS for the reception children but then ensure that the year 1 children receive the National Curriculum expectations for their year group.

Year 2

Teaching and learning in this class also follows  National Curriculum expectations, with differentiated work wherever necessary.

 

Curriculum in EYFS and Key Stage 1

The focus in these year groups is on the leaning and application of key skills. We are focussing particularly on reading and have chosen key texts carefully across all year groups to support children's learning across the curriculum.

In 2019-20 the long term plans are arranged into themes which are : 

 

Lower Foundation Stage

(Nursery)

Upper Foundation Stage

  (Reception)       

         Year 1                      Year 2                


These plans then form the basis of medium term plans.

 

 

Key Stage 2 - years 3, 4, 5 and 6.

These children are organised into single year group classes.

 

Curriculum in Key Stage 2

Teaching makes links with prior learning in previous years, as well as introducing new concepts and ideas. Planning covers the knowledge and skills in each subject for each year group and makes links across the curriculum, wherever possible. The yearly plans for each class are available below:

Year 3

Year 4 Year 5 Year 6

As in EYFS and KS1, these plans then form the basis of medium term plans. 

 

To view archived long term plans  click here       

 

           

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