The National Curriculum requirements are met by the class teacher following extensive planning and preparation with colleagues, looking at a programme of study that will cover the seven years of Primary education.

The current academic ability of the individual child is assessed and work given differentiated to the level applicable for that child’s progress.

All children will be taught: English, Mathematics, Science, Music, History, Religious Education, Technology, Information Technology, Geography, Physical Education, Personal Social Health Education, Modern Foreign Language and Art.

These may be taught in subject lessons or topic work, which will be cross-curricular in nature.

Progress through the levels of the National Curriculum are monitored throughout the children’s primary schooling.

Any question in relation to the Curriculum can be directed to either of the Key Stage Assistant Headteachers, Deputy Headteach or Headteacher.