Year Group Information

Children learn best when they are happy, well motivated and actively involved in understanding the world around them. The quality of personal relationships and the caring atmosphere, which we try to create in school and on the playground, have important influences on our children’s achievements. Our aim is to ensure all children feel valued and that they develop a positive image of themselves. We believe every child has an equal opportunity to succeed and achieve their true potential. We have high expectations of every child in terms of learning, attitudes and behaviour. We aim to deliver a balanced curriculum, which not only provides essential knowledge and skills, but also promotes important spiritual, moral, social and cultural beliefs. Our goal is to prepare all pupils to be well-balanced citizens who live in an ever changing and demanding world.

Each curriculum area has a scheme of work, which outlines the precise content to be taught throughout each year in the school. Members of staff take responsibility for organising and overseeing the work of each subject area.

 

CURRICULUM MAPS FOR YEAR GROUPS - AUTUMN TERM 2021:

We have put together our usual termly Curriculum Maps for each year group so that parents can see what the children are working on this term, whether it be in school or via remote learning.

 

HOME LEARNING PROJECTS, ALL YEAR GROUPS - AUTUMN TERM 2021:

Please find each year group's home learning project for the 1st half of the Autumn Term.  NB: The deadline for each project is given in the documents below.  (EYFS do not participate in a home learning project as they are busy settling into school).

 

CURRICULUM MEETING PRESENTATIONS - AUTUMN TERM 2021:

Please find each year group's Curriculum Presentations, as a reminder of the meetings you have had in school.  (NB: We will add these onto the website over the next few weeks):