Pupils in the Reception Class follow the Early Years Foundation Stage curriculum.
Pupils in Key Stages 1 and 2 follow the National Curriculum 2014. Progression through the programmes of study and subject content has been planned to ensure that children receive a broad education. Opportunities are also planned for visits and visitors to support the children’s learning.
In the Foundation Stage and Key Stage 1 the phonics scheme used is Letters and Sounds supported by Jolly Phonics, Synthetic phonics and Read, Write, Ink. We do not have one reading scheme but use a variety of reading schemes including Oxford Reading Tree, Songbirds, Big Cat, Red Rockets and Storyworlds.
If you have any questions about the curriculum at our school, please contact you child’s class teacher or the School Office.
The school is a one form entry school which means that there is one class per year group. There are seven classes ranging from Foundation Stage to Year 6. We have a highly committed, experienced and motivated staff who continually do their best for the children we see each day. All staff seek opportunities to develop their own knowledge and skills, ensuring we provide the most effective education we can.