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Curriculum

2017/2018

Additional information about the curriculum is available in school. 

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Curriculum Focus

Royalty

 

 

HISTORY

 

 

 

Christmas

 

 

DESIGN & Technology

All around the world

 

GEOGRAPHY

 

 

Nature

 

 

ART

Communication

 

 

COMPUTING

France

 

 

MFL

FRENCH

Topic

Kings and Queens

Riotous Royalty

Ancient Egypt

Fabric Faces

Shopping bags

Felt Phone Cases

Our school

Let’s go to China

Extreme Weather

The Amazing Americas

Nature sculptures

Insects

Birds

Word processing skills

Using the internet

Photo stories

Website design

France

Getting to know you

What’s the time

Family and friends

EYFS

Royalty

 

Festivals

All around the world

 

Dinosaurs

People who help us

Water

Wow Weeks

Kings and Queens Week

Horrible History Banquet

Christmas Wow Week

Explorers

India week linked to Trip to Kolkata

Science Wow Week

British Science Weeks

10-19 March

 

 

ICT Wow Week

PE Wow Week

Trips

Warwick Castle

Pantomime

Community Ramble

Kolkata

(January 2018)

Magna

Community Ramble

 

Community Ramble

 

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Why is the word of ‘God’ so important to Christians?

Why do Christians perform nativity plays at Christmas?

How can we helps others when they need it?

Why so Christians put a cross in an Easter garden?

What makes every single person unique and precious?

How can we care for our wonderful world?

 

Creation 1

Incarnation 1

Salvation 2

Salvation 1

Incarnation 2

Creation 2

 

Whispering Allah into Baby’s ear: Muslim birth custom

The Muslim story of Muhammad caring for the Ants

The Sikh story of Guru Har Gobind saving the 52 Princes

The Buddhist story of the Monkey King

A Hindu festival for brothers and sisters: Raksha Bandhan

Tu B’shevat- the Jewish holiday for planting trees

 

Approach to phonics and reading schemes

 

Phonics is taught to all pupils, and may continue into Key Stage 2 where appropriate. We use the Letters and Sounds programme, incorporating oral, written and interactive elements each day.

Our main reading scheme is Oxford Reading Tree, which runs throughout school. The main reading scheme is supplemented by a wide range of other reading material, both fiction and non-fiction. All children have the opportunity to read digital books through the Active Learn and Phonics Bug packages.

The reading scheme is organised into colour bands through which children progress at their own speed. School staff will move children through the bands when both their decoding and comprehension skills show they are ready.

 

Curriculum

Our curriculum planning has been revised in accordance with the new Primary Curriculum for September 2014. This is monitored annually to ensure coverage, a broad and balanced curriculum underpinned by rich and exciting learning opportunities, and to ensure that it provides children with opportunities to develop an understanding of life in Modern Britain.

Whole School Curriculum

We will be celebrating 'World Book Day' in good old, Stanley St Andrew's style. Children are welcome to come in costume, bring in their much-loved books and we will be buddy reading throughout the whole school. 

 

 

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Picture 1 we love a bit of buddy reading.
Picture 2 Colourful stories and poems have been shared!
Picture 1 Let's read; let's read and have fun!
Picture 2 Super-heroes and magical characters everywhere...
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