Curriculum

We believe that the development of early learning skills and positive attitudes to learning are a crucial part of infant education as we are forming the foundation for future learning.  Our aim is to ensure every child receives a broad and balanced education.  We strive for excellence in the quality of teaching and learning that we provide and effective leadership is one of the key strengths of our school.

‘Individual pupils’ interests are capitalised on well, resulting in an excellent curriculum that helps both boys and girls, pupils from different backgrounds and those who speak English as an additional language, to learn easily.’ 

Ofsted 2010

We make learning exciting and enjoyable through interactive teaching, school visitors such as police officers, fire service, investigation of features of the local area and outings to places of interest (such as Windsor Castle, Wellington Country Park and SeaCity Museum).

Our wonderful school grounds also provide a rich source of educational opportunities. The children enjoy regular walks and investigations in our amazing school grounds.

Please find our curriculum overview documents below.

Year 2

Y2 Curriculum Evening for Parents 27/9/18
2017/18 - Summer 2 - Healthy Eating
2017/18 - Summer 1 - Great Fire of London
SATs meeting for parents
2017/18 - Spring 2 - Kings and Queens
2017/18 - Spring 1 - Off to Kenya

Year 1

Y1 Curriculum Evening for Parents 11/10/18
2017/18 - Paddington Bear Explores the United Kingdom
2017/18 - Summer 1 - Heroes
2017/18 - Spring 2 - Titanic
2017/18 - Spring 1 - A Magical Land
2017/18 - Autumn 2 - The Toy Factory

Year R

YR Curriculum Evening for Parents 3/10/18
2018/19 Autumn 1
2017/18 Summer 2
2017/18 Summer 1
2017/18 Spring 2
2017/18 Spring 1
2017/18 - Autumn 2

General

Maths Curriculum Evening for KS1 6.3.18
Handwriting style cards
Maths - Progression in teaching multiplication
Maths - Progression in teaching division
Maths - Progression in calculation introduction
Maths - Progression in teaching addition
Maths - Progression in teaching subtraction