Curriculum Overview

All pupils are taught English and Maths on a daily basis and this follows a structured pattern of teaching across the school.

Pupils are assessed coming into school using Ages and Stages, and progress is measured against the Early Learning Goals at the end of the Foundation Stage using the Early Years Foundation Stage Profile. Children across the school are assessed termly using diagnostic tests, which help give teachers, parents and pupils valuable information regarding progress. This information along with Teacher Assessment helps the school project targets for pupils termly and tracks their progress from Foundation Stage to KS 1 (Key Stage) and from KS 1 through KS 2.

The school operates on a two year, rolling programme of curriculum study for KS1 and 2 based upon the National Curriculum, to ensure a broad and balanced curriculum.

During the Autumn Term, there is an opportunity to meet your child’s teacher to discuss their targets for the year and any concerns. During the Spring Term, there is an opportunity to see how your child is progressing and discuss any issues with the teacher(s) concerned. During the Summer Term parents receive reports on their children’s annual progress. An open evening is held for parents to visit their child’s class and for children to share their work with them. The teachers are also available for discussion.

Opportunities to discuss questions or concerns regarding your child are available throughout the year. These meetings however, can sometimes involve more than one member of staff, i.e. the SENCo (Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator) and/or the Headteacher, and will be arranged at a convenient time for all concerned.

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