There are three phases of learning and development referred to within the primary years. Foundation Stage refers to children aged 3 to 5 years (this includes children in our Reception year). Key Stage One refers to those children in years one and two. Key Stage Two refers to those children in years three to six.
The school curriculum comprises all learning and other experiences that the school plans for its pupils. We plan our curriculum using the Early Years Foundation Stage Framework and the National Curriculum, to ensure that our pupils gain a broad and balanced education during the seven years that they are with us, which will prepare them for the next stage of their education and lives.
Our School Curriculum Statement outlines what we intend our curriculum to achieve, how we implement this and what the impact of our curriculum will be on the outcomes for our pupils:
More details of our curriculum including termly overviews of subjects and content to be taught for each class can be found on the individual class pages of the website.
Further information about the different subject areas of the curriculum can also be found in our school prospectus.
Curriculum Statements for all National Curriculum subjects can be found on the curriculum statements tab, detailing the intent, implementation and impact of our curriculum.