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Curriculum Organisation

The curriculum is organised as follows:

 

In Reception, the school delivers the statutory Early Years Foundation Stage Framework and in line with the Department for Education requirements, assesses children using the Early Learning Goals at the end of the children’s Reception year.  The statutory Early Years curriculum is structured into three Prime Areas and four Specific Areas of Learning.

 

Curriculum in Reception

Prime Areas of Learning

Specific Areas of Learning

Personal, Social and Emotional Development

Communication and Language

Physical Development

English

Mathematics

Understanding the World

Expressive Arts and Design

 

Curriculum at Key Stage 1/ Key Stage 2

Core subjects

Foundation Subjects

English

Mathematics

Science

Computing

Art and Design

Design and Technology

Modern Foreign Languages – French

Geography

History

Music

Physical Education

Religious Education

Citizenship and P.S.H.C.E are not statutory responsibilities at Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2; however they remain essential to achieving the schools aims.  Sex and Relationship Education again non statutory will still be part of the our school curriculum. 

Although I.C.T (Information Communication Technology) has been replaced within the 2014 New National Curriculum by computing, it remains something that will be incorporated into all areas of the pupils learning.


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