Our school motto is:
Explore, Enjoy, Learn
Using the National Curriculum which has been statutory since September 2014 we have designed our curriculum to:
Children in the Reception year follow the Early Years Foundation Stage. Pupils in years 1-6 are taught the three core subjects of English, maths and Science and the seven foundation subjects: History, Geography, Desigh and Technology, Art, Music, Physical Education and Computing. In addition, Religious Education, which is statutory, is taught outside of the National Curriculum following the Wiltshire Agreed Syllabus using the Discovery RE resource. Pupils also follow a PSHE programme and in years 3-6 are taught French.
In Reception and Key Stage 1 (years 1 and 2) we use Phonics Bug and Jolly Phonics to teach 'synthetic' phonics. The synthetic phonics approach teaches children the sounds of individual, pairs and strings of letter so that they can blend (synthesise)these sounds together to read and write words. We use a range of reading schemes throughout the school to support the development of reading and the needs of the children at different stages of their development.
Please see our curriculum statement for more information.
To find out more about how the curriculum is taught look at our Class Pages.