The school’s curriculum is broad, balanced and challenging. In the Early Years classes children work towards the Early Learning Goals. Throughout Key Stage One and Two they are taught within the framework of the National Curriculum. Religious education is taught to all pupils.
Whatever the ability of a child, they engage in an appropriate and stimulating curriculum. Learning within and across year groups is progressive and continuous.
At the end of Year 2 and Year 6, children’s progress in the National Curriculum is measured with tests and tasks. These are reported to parents at the end of that year. Teachers are available to talk about children’s progress throughout the year. Regular parents’ meetings are planned to give convenient times for discussion.
We use a variety of reading materials when teaching reading. The school is very well resourced in every curriculum area.
The school has an ICT Learning centre and each classroom is well resourced with computers. ICT learning is integrated into every subject on the curriculum and is a daily feature of children’s learning.