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We use Development Matters and The National Curriculum in England (2014) as a basis for our curriculum.

In Early Years Foundation Stage, children’s learning is divided into Communication and Language Development, Physical Development, Personal Social and Emotional Development. These are taught through Literacy, Maths, Understanding of the World and Expressive Arts and Design.

In Key Stages 1 and 2, children learn English, Maths, Science, Computing, History, Geography, Physical education, Design and Technology, Art and Design, Music , Languages (Spanish) and Personal , Social and Health Education.

We provide children with exciting and creative ways to learn about all their subjects through a cross curricular approach, so classes will work on a number of topics through the year which are influenced by the children’s interests.

In all year groups we have a strong emphasis on the basic skills of reading, writing and mathematics so that our children leave school in Year 6 with the skills to succeed at high school.

We also place high importance to the development of social skills in every class to enable our children to work and play well together.

How you can help

  • Ask your child about what they are learning about in school.
  • Come to the open session each term to show you how your child learns to read, write and tackle maths
  • Use the internet and library to help your child to find out more about their topic.
  • Encourage your child to practise their reading and maths skills everyday with you at home.


From Reception to Year 6, children receive daily homework to practise their basic reading and maths skills. This homework is very important as these skills form a solid basis for your child build their learning on.  Teachers sometimes set additional tasks which are linked to your child’s current learning in English, maths or topic work.

How you can help

  • Encourage your child to do their homework every afternoon before they are too tired to do their best.
  • Support your child to always do their very best
  • Talk to your child’s teacher if you are not sure about any piece of homework, they will be happy to help.

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