Curriculum

The Primary Curriculum consists of core and foundation subjects. The core subjects help children to become competent and confident learners across all subjects. Children need to be able to use English, Mathematics  and their understanding of the world to be able to make informed choices and to also enrich their lives through accessing the work of others.

The curriculum is structured and designed to develop skills, increase knowledge and enable children to not only demonstrate what they have learnt but to also be able to apply their learning in a range of contexts in school and at home.

The curriculum plan for each year group has been written within a theme to help children develop the ability to apply their knowledge and to make cross curricular links. 

Students in Key Stage 1 follow the Read Write Inc. phonics scheme and the Oxford Reading Tree scheme for reading.

Please click on the link below to see the thematic coverage of foundation subjects.

Click here for the KBA Creative Learning Journey

SMSC Gold Award Report

Topic Maps

Core Subjects

English

Gov.uk National Curriculum

Maths

Gov.uk National Curriculum

Science

The principal focus of science teaching is to enable pupils to experience and observe phenomena, looking more closely at the natural and humanly-constructed world around them. In the Early Years they will be encouraged to be curious and ask questions about what they notice. They will develop their understanding of scientific ideas by using different types of scientific enquiry to answer their own questions, including observing changes over a period of time for example planting bulbs, noticing patterns in nature, grouping and classifying things, carrying out simple comparative tests, and finding things out using written and visual resources or by asking another person. They will learn simple scientific language which they will use in their written work as well as when share their ideas during class, home and topic talk. 

Enrichment

The curriculum is enriched by children bringing in learning from home, participating in end of term Expos, visiting educational and natural areas of interest, visitors to school demonstrating and sharing their knowledge and skills and having the opportunity to participate in after and before school activities that are either organised by the academy or by local groups and organisations.

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