Since September 2013 the Year R (Reception) children have been undertaking learning and activities from the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) framework. This framework is split into:
- The prime areas of learning: communication and language, physical development and personal, social and emotional development
- The specific areas of learning: literacy, mathematics, understanding the world and expressive arts and design
- Characteristics of effective learning: playing and exploring, active learning and creating and thinking critically
Click here to view our EYFS Curriculum statement
Click here to view the Early Learning Goals document.
Since September 2014 we have been working from the new National Curriculum. You can access this on the Department for Education (DfE) website by using the following link: National Curriculum 2014
If you would like to see the objectives for Reading, writing and maths just for your child’s year groups please click on the links below:
There are clear statutory requirements for each of the following subjects:
- Core subjects: English, Maths and Science
- Foundation subjects: Art and design, Computing, Design and technology, French (in Key Stage 2), Geography, History, Music and Physical Education (PE)
Click here to view our Curriculum Policy
Click here to view our Teaching for Learning Policy
As a relatively new and small school we are continuing to develop and improve the detailed plans that go with our Curriculum Overviews for each year group (which can be viewed below).
Click her to view our Y1 Curriculum Overview
Click here to view our Y2 Curriculum Overview
Click here to view our Y3 Curriculum Overview
Click here to view our Y4 Curriculum Overview
Click here to view our Y5 Curriculum Overview
Click here to view our Y6 Curriculum Overview
The children in Year R, Year 1 and Year 2 follow the “Letters and Sounds” programme for Phonics. We also use a range of resources from “Read Write Inc” to support their practical learning within this programme.
For the teaching of RE (Religious Education), the school and the Governing Body have made the decision to follow the Hampshire Local Authority agreed “Living Difference Revised 2011” syllabus, which is in line with the vast majority of primary schools within Hampshire, and also “Understanding Christianity” which is a syllabus followed by most Church of England schools within Hampshire.