Curriculum information

Our school curriculum is broad and balanced, complies with legislation and provides a wide range of subjects, preparing pupils for the opportunities, responsibilities and experiences of later life in modern Britain. 

The curriculum promotes the fundamental British values of democracy, rule of law, individual liberty and mutual respect and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs. 

The full guide to areas of learning is given in the document at the foot of this page.

Reading Scheme - We use the Oxford Reading Tree scheme at EYFS and KS1

Phonics - At KS1 we use Jolly Grammar and Words First

Handwriting - We use Letter Join to promote cursive letter formation

Home-School Link Book

Each child has a personal Home-School link book packed with information about our school and details about the EYFS and KS1 curriculum. Use it to find term dates, uniform requirements and key policy reminders. 

The Home-School link book also has pages for parents/carers and teachers to communicate about reading progress, tasks set to complete at home, and space for other messages.

All parents/carers are expected to be able to sign our Home-School Agreement and Internet User guidelines, recorded within the home-school link book.

Parental permissions are requested when your child is admitted to our Federation for local outings and photograph display options. If you wish to change these at any time, please ask at the office.

Information Leaflets

We send home a number of useful leaflets linked to curriculum areas. Please ask in school for a copy, or click the links below.

School Performance Tables

You can link to the Government's School Performance Comparison Tables and Ofsted reports database here.

Guide to the Primary Curriculum - EYFS and KS1

A complete guide to children's areas of learning is given in the document below, extracted from our Home-School Link Book.