Our Curriculum

The School Curriculum


The school curriculum comprises all learning and other experiences that our school plans for its pupils. We view education at school and at home as a route to the spiritual, moral, social, cultural, physical and mental development of each child.

Our school curriculum allows opportunities for all pupils to learn and to achieve. We intend to prepare all pupils for the opportunities, responsibilities and experiences of life. 

The School’s curriculum includes all the areas of learning in the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) curriculum and the core and foundation subjects specified in the Key Stage 1 and 2 National Curriculum established in 2014, with the appropriate levels of study for each age group.  We follow the letter and sounds guidance when teaching Phonics.

The curriculum areas are as follows:


EYFS Curriculum

                              National Curriculum

Communication, Language and Literacy

Problem Solving, Reasoning and Numeracy

Personal, Social and Emotional Development

Knowledge and Understanding of the World

Creative Development

Physical Development

   Core     Subjects

         Foundation Subjects






Design & Technology



   Art & Design



Primary Languages (PL)

Personal, Social and Health Education (PSHE)


In addition, your child will study Religious Education following the agreed RE syllabus.

The six key skills we wish to promote across the school are:

  •          Communication through reading, writing, speaking and listening
  •          Application of number, shape, space and measure
  •          Using Information Technology
  •          Working with others
  •          Improving own learning and performance
  •          Problem solving


Other skills on which we place a great importance include:

  •          Information-processing skills
  •          Reasoning skills
  •          Enquiry skills
  •          Creative thinking skills
  •          Reflection and evaluation skills
  •          Risk taking and resilience
For more information on the National Curriculum please click here.