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Curriculum

Curriculum Overview

Curriculum Statement In this section of the website you will be able to find details of the National Curriculum which was put into place in 2014. It outlines the requirements of all schools for each of the subjects taught in Primary schools. In each subject section you will also have access to the subject policies …

Mathematics

Statutory requirements for the teaching and learning of Mathematics are laid out in the Mathematics sections of the National Curriculum in England Key Stages 1 and 2 Framework Document (2013) and in the Mathematics (Specific Area) section of the Statutory Framework for the Early Years Foundation Stage (2014). In the Early Years (Nursery and Reception) …

English

Statutory requirements for the teaching and learning of English are laid out in the Language and Literacy and English sections of the National Curriculum in England Key Stages 1 and 2 Framework Document (2013) and in the Communication and Language (Prime Area) and Literacy (Specific Area) sections of the Statutory Framework for the Early Years …

Science

Statutory requirements for the teaching and learning of science are laid out in the Science sections of the National Curriculum in England Key Stages 1 and 2 Framework Document (2013) and in the Understanding the World (Specific Area) sections of the Statutory Framework for the Early Years Foundation Stage (2014). In the Early Years (Nursery …

Computing

Pupils in the EY access opportunities to develop skills through the ‘Specific Area of Understanding the World.’ The Early Learning Goal they are assessed against on leaving Reception ELG 15 (Technology). Children are given opportunities to use a range of technology at home and at school and to begin to select and use technology (e.g. …

Foundation Subjects

Art and Design Pupils in the EY access opportunities to develop skills through the ‘Specific Area of Expressive Arts and Design.’ The Early Learning Goals are assessed on leaving Reception are ELG 16 (Exploring Media) and ELG 17 (Being Imaginative). Pupils are encouraged to develop their fine and gross motor skills and to engage in …