Curriculum Overview

 

Key Stage 1 – Years 1 & 2 - 21 hrs excluding registration, break and lunch times.

Computing

Literacy  Includes daily Guided Reading and Phonics sessions.

Music

Numeracy

Personal, Social & Health Education (PSHE)

Physical Education (PE)

Religious Education (RE)

Creative Curriculum – Topic based lessons that cover the learning objectives for the following subjects:           

Science, History, Geography, Art, Design Technology.

In addition basic French is taught informally within the class.

Lower Key Stage 2 – Years 3 & 4 -  22 hrs & 10 minutes excluding registration, break and lunch times

French

Computing

Literacy Includes daily Guided Reading and Phonics sessions.

Music

Numeracy

Personal, Social & Health Education (PSHE)

Physical Education (PE)

Religious Education (RE)

Science

Creative Curriculum – Topic based lessons that cover all learning objectives for the following subjects:           

History, Geography, Art, Design Technology.

Upper Key Stage 2 – Years 5 & 6 -  22 hrs & 10 minutes excluding registration, break and lunch times

French

Information and Communication Technology (ICT)

Literacy Includes daily Guided Reading and Phonics sessions.

Music

Music

Numeracy

Personal, Social & Health Education (PSHE)

Physical Education (PE)

Religious Education (RE)

Science

Creative Curriculum – Topic based lessons that cover all learning objectives for the following subjects:           

History, Geography, Art, Design Technology.

Assessment

A system of continuous assessment, both formal and informal, is used to monitor pupils’ progress. The information obtained also provides a basis on which the teacher will plan appropriate programmes of work. Information from each year group is also used to determine the setting of targets over the following year.

A Foundation Stage Profile is completed throughout the child's first year at school and shared with the parents regularly.

Standard Assessment Tasks (SATs) are administered in year 2 (the end of National Curriculum Key Stage 1) and in year 6 (the end of National Curriculum Key Stage 2). Their purpose is to give an indication of each child’s performance compared with that of an average child in that year group. Children are assessed in reading, spelling, grammar and maths. Writing, speaking and listening skills and scientific knowledge is also assessed by the teacher.

In order to further monitor progress, children in all other year groups complete standard tests at the end of each term.

Useful websites:

https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/standards-and-testing-agency

http://www.education.gov.uk/schools/teachingandlearning/curriculum/primary

http://media.education.gov.uk/assets/files/pdf/eyfs%20statutory%20framework%20march%202012.pdf