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School Curriculum

Vision

Central to the way we deliver our curriculum is a strong focus on developing children's enterprise 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.  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 structured programme called Letters and Sounds which is made up of blocks known as phases:

To support pupil's reading we use the Oxford University Press's Oxford Reading Tree Scheme. Further details about how homework supports pupil's learning can be found in our homework policy. Click the link below to be taken to our homework policy: https://killingholmeprimary.co.uk/northlincs/primary/killingholme/site/pages/informationanddata/policies

PE Long Term Plan 2018/19

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

Please see below the attached curriculum plans for the 2018-19 year

Please do not hesitate to contact your child's teacher or the headteacher (Mrs Carol Eaton) if you wish to have more a detailed breakdown of the curriculum our school is following.

RE Curriculum

At Killingholme Primary School we follow the agreed statutory RE syllabus as set by the Humberside SACRE. As our children move throughout the school we endeavour to give them an increasingly broad experience of the different faiths as practiced throughout our country. We feel that RE has a key role to play in ensuring our children become respectful and tolerant citizens. To support parents we have attached below a copy of the RE overview for the school, in addition we have specified the different religions pupils will encounter as they move throughout school: 

  • Early Years Foundation Stage the learning outcomes are referenced to Christianity and as appropriate to a range of other beliefs and cultures
  • KS1 - Christianity and Islam
  • KS2 - Christianity, Judaism and Islam

Please also see attached the overview of RE throughout the school. Please note that the order in which these units are taught may vary slightly dependent on other topic work/specific events or festivals within school.

 

KEY STAGE 1

KEY STAGE 2

KEY STAGE 2B

Y1

Y2

Y3

Y4

Y5

Y6

AUTUMN

supplement ideas from Christmas

overview

1.1 Looking at me, looking at you

 

What makes us special?

 

2.1 Belonging

 

What does it mean to belong?

 

3.1 Remembering

 

Why remember?

4.1 Belief in the community

 

What does it mean to belong to a faith?

5.1 Expressions of faith

 

How do people express their faith?

6.1 Justice and freedom

 

Is it fair?

SPRING

supplement ideas from Easter

overview

1.2 Caring for the world

 

How can we keep the world special?

2.2 Believing

 

How do people demonstrate their beliefs?

3.2 Faith founders

 

Who are the faith founders and what did they teach?

4.2 Saints and heroes

 

What makes a hero?

 

5.2 Faith in action

 

What inspires people to follow a faith and what is the cost?

 

6.2 Living a faith

 

What gives a sense of identity and belonging?

SUMMER

1.3 Worship and festivals

 

What is worship?

2.3 Questions, questions

 

What are the Big Questions?

3.3 Encounters

 

What makes a place sacred?

4.3 Our world

 

What do religions teach about caring for our world?

5.3 Pilgrimage

 

Why do people of faith make a pilgrimage?

6.3 Hopes and visions

 

What is life about?

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