Our curriculum:

Our school has a rich and vibrant curriculum. It is based on the National Curriculum (2014), but we go far beyond this in order to create an exceptional school curriculum to inspire and develop our learners.

You can read about our approach to the curriculum below:

Below you will fill find an overview of what is taught each half term in every year group. Each subject then has its own page with a breakdown of knowledge and skills, to show the progression in each subject over the years.

Long Term Plans 2023-24

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Cycle A will be taught in 2023-24.
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Cycle B will be taught in 2024-25.
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Our teaching & learning principles:

Our approach to teaching and learning is evidence-informed, and is themed around the areas identified in the 'Great Teaching Toolkit' (GTT) from 'Evidence-Based Education'. Here you can see a summary of how our approach is aligned to the toolkit. If you'd like more information, please ask to speak to Mr Adams, our Deputy Principal, or read more about the GTT here.

Key statutory curriculum information:

Our systematic synthetic phonics scheme is Read Write Inc. Read more about early reading here.

Our school reading scheme is Oxford Reading Tree. This provides seamless progression from the end of Read Write Inc. Read more about early reading here.

More information can be obtained about our curriculum by using the sub-menu to explore each subject in detail. Year group overviews are provided in the overview above. For printed copies of documents, or to discuss our curriculum, please contact school and ask for Mr Story who is the Principal and Curriculum Leader.

Learning Showcase