Our school follows the National Curriculum 2014 and The Framework For Early Years. More information about these curriculums can be found on the following websites:

We aim to approach the curriculum in a creative and thematic way Giving pupils the skills and knowledge to be successful across the curriculum; thrive and grow as individuals with enquiring minds and equipping them with the skills and resilience in their future education, careers and life aspirations.

A summary of the curriculum topics and actvities for all classes during the year:

Curriculum Outlines

Find out what each class is learning each term (the newest documents are at the top):

Class 1 (EYFS and Year 1)

Class 2 (Years 1 and 2)

Class 3 (Years 3 and 4)

Class 4 (Years 4 and 5)

Class 5 (Year 6)

All documents on this page are pdf files.


This is our school Timetable. Please note that times may change depending on the needs of the pupils or curriculum:


The ‘Read, Write, Inc’ spelling programme supports our teaching of spelling.


We approach our learning of phonics using ‘Letters and Sounds’.


We base our Guided Reading sessions on the ‘Collins Big Cat’ books, supplemented by a variety of other text.

Clubs and Enrichment

In addition to the standard curriculum, we aim to provide a range of extracurricular activities for children to enjoy:

Autumn Term 2019

Day Club Session Time
Monday Class 1 Sports with Specialist Coaches Lunchtime
Monday Dodgeball After School
Tuesday Class 2 Sports with Specialist Coaches Lunchtime
Tuesday Running Lunchtime
Tuesday Multi-Sports After School
Wednesday Class 3 Sports with Specialist Coaches Lunchtime
Wednesday Gymnastics After School
Thursday Class 4 Sports with Specialist Coaches Lunchtime
Thursday Choir (after half term) Lunchtime
Thursday Football After School
Friday Class 5 Sports with Specialist Coaches Lunchtime
Friday Invasion Games After School

Further Information

For more information relating to our curriculum please contact Mrs Sharpe, our Deputy Headteacher via