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Shared Journeys, Unique Memories

Curriculum

Our curriculum is designed to inspire our children to learn and to create unique memories, often through the use of topics with exciting hooks and outcomes. It is rich, broad and balanced and makes the most of our beautiful and historic location. We encourage our children to be curious, to be resilient and to follow their dreams.

 

Our curriculum reflects our Whole School Values and is also underpinned by our Learning Powers.  For more information follow this link to our school vision and values.

 

We draw on the family feel of our school, with its nurturing environment, to teach our children to be honest, respectful, responsible and kind. We also teach about leadership and all our children have opportunities to take up positions of responsibility before they leave us.

 

We know that children’s learning is strengthened immeasurably when we are able to work in close partnership with parents and carers. Curriculum evenings and workshops take place each year to provide more information. Additionally, our school has an "Open Door" policy; we warmly welcome questions and feedback about what children are learning through informal conversations with parents at the end of the school day.

 

We follow the National Curriculum for all subjects and we make use of some published schemes to support our planning.

 

Schemes which support our curriculum

Children in the Early Years and in Key Stage One follow the Letters and Sounds programme to support their phonics learning

We use a range of reading schemes, including Read Write Inc. (Ruth Miskin), Oxford Reading Tree and Collins Big Cat Phonics

To help support the teaching of spelling we use the No Nonsense Spelling Programme

To help support the teaching of Maths we use the White Rose Hub and the Singapore Maths scheme, Maths – No Problem!

To support our music teaching we use Music Express as well as specialist teaching from Hampshire Music Services

To support our teaching of French we use the Rising Stars programme

HeartSmart supports our personal, social, emotional and health education

 

If you have any questions about our curriculum, please do not hesitate to contact us.

 

 

Long Term Planning & Curriculum News

 

You can find more information on our individual class pages. Please click on the link below

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