Under the Equality Act 2010 and Special Educational Needs and Disability Regulations 2014, we make our curriculum inclusive and accessible to all, including pupils with disabilities and/or special educational needs. To find out more about our SEND offer click here.
The structure of the Primary National Curriculum from September 2014 for children in Year 1 and Year 2 is as follows:
- Art and Design
- Design and Technology
- Physical Education
- Religious Education
There is also provision for Personal, Social and Health Education (PSHE) and Relationships and Sex Education (RSE)
For more information about the Early Years Foundation Stage Curriculum please see the EYFS tab on the left hand side.
For more detailed information about individual subjects and to see our long term progression planning, see the menu on the left hand side of this page.
We offer a broad, balanced, relevant and well matched curriculum to all children. The class teacher and learning assistant assess each child's progress carefully and our aim is for each child to achieve his or her personal best.
We plan our curriculum mainly through themes, through which we teach basic skills, knowledge and understanding. Some of the themes that the children learn about during their time with us are based on the children's immediate environment and community as we believe this is the most effective way of implementing the curriculum for them. The community is seen as a key resource and integral to the work of our school in developing children's skills, concepts and attitudes.
We teach the children as a class or as a smaller group, and at times, individually. We also encourage them to work independently and collaboratively. See our Curriculum Intent document below to find out more.