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School Curriculum

Vision

As a state-maintained school the lessons we teach in school are guided by the National Curriculum a copy of which can be found here:

 

 

Central to the way we deliver our curriculum is a strong focus on developing children's enterprising skills. It is important to us that children leave us with the skills and knowledge necessary for them to make informed decisions about their future career choices.

All of our topics are driven by a core text, and our foundation subjects (history, geography and art etc) are delivered within the theme of the text. Music is delivered by specialists from the North Lincolnshire Music Service on a weekly basis. PE is delivered by a PE specialist twice a week.

Literacy

Our literacy curriculum is based upon the National Curriculum which is a statutory document. This gives you a break down of which skills are to be covered in each year group.Copies of the English National Curriculum can be found here.

 

 

 

In Reception and KS1 we teach children to read using a highly structure programme called Letters and Sounds. Which is made up of blocks known as phases:

 

On entry to our school your child's reading age will be established and they will be assigned a book which is matched to their reading ability. We use a book banding scheme which is based upon the Oxford University Press scheme.

PE Long Term Plan 2016/17

Class/Teacher

Autumn 1

Autumn 2

Spring 1

Spring 2

Summer 1

Summer 2

Class 1

 

Parachute & Ring Games

Dance/ DMP

(Development Movement Play)

Parachute & Ring Games

Dance/ DMP

Athletics/Top Play

Athletics/Top Play

Class 1

DMP

Top Play

DMP

Top Play

DMP

Top Play

Class 2

Dance/ DMP

 

Gym

Dance/ DMP

Gym

Swimming

Swimming

Class 2

Top Play/Invasion games

OAA

Multi-Skills

Athletics

Games-Striking and Fielding

Athletics

Class 3

Dance

 

Gym

Dance

Gym

Swimming

Swimming

Class 3

Top Play/ Invasion Games

OAA

Multi- Skills

Athletics

Games-Striking and Fielding

Athletics

Class 4

Dance

OAA

Gym

Net & Wall- Tennis

Athletics

Athletics

Class 4

Invasion Games- Netball

Dance

Ney & Wall- Tennis

Gym

Striker/Fielder- Cricket

Swimming

Class 5

Dance

OAA

Gym

Net/Wall- Volleyball

Athletics

Striker/Fielder- Rounders

Class 5

Invasion games- Hockey

Dance

Net/Wall-Volleyball

 

 

Gym

Striker/Fielder- Rounders

Athletics

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Below you can see a breakdown of which texts are to be covered (with the theme detailed underneath for each half term).

 

 

Our teaching of RE is guided by the Humberside SACRE which is compatible with the aims and intentions of the National Curriculum.

For your convenience we have also attached a general timetable for each class, which gives you a clear indication of the subjects which are taught and when they are covered. Please note that we like to supplement our normal curriculum with enrichment opportunities such as visits or trips out of school so please note that these timetables can be subject to change.

 

Please see below the attached curriculum plans for the 2017-18 year