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Curriculum

EYFS: 2 Year Planning Cycle

Medium Term Planning

                                              ACADEMIC YEAR 2022 - 2023

  ACADEMIC YEAR 2021 - 2022

We teach the EYFS Statutory Framework 

 

We also use Development Matters material which is non-statutory guidance material that supports practitioners in implementing the statutory requirements of the EYFS.

 

Kidsty Pike KS1 Class

Academic Year 2022-2023

Academic Year 2021-2022

We teach the National Curriculum to our Key Stage 1 pupils.

Blencathra Y3 and Y4 Class

Academic Year 2022-2023

Academic Year 2021-2022

We teach the National Curriculum to our Key Stage 2 pupils.

Helvellyn Y5 and Y6 Class

ACADEMIC YEAR 2022 - 2023

ACADEMIC YEAR 2021 - 2022

We teach the National Curriculum to our Key Stage  2 pupils.

Subject Information

Within phonics, we assess the children's strengths and weaknesses from Nursery to Year 6, and identify groups of children with similar abilities/needs. The children are taught within these groups at least three times a week, from 9am to 9:30am.

 

The phonics curriculum we teach across the school is Essential Letters and Sounds.

 

Within mathematics, as a basis for our curriculum, we use White Rose Maths. To support our mental maths we use Big Maths.  To support our teaching of Times Tables we use Times Tables Rock Stars.

 

Within RE, we use the Understanding Christianity Resources as the basis of our planning.  We also supplement this planning with the Cumbria SACRE planning.  We are using the DiscoveryRE unit of work to guide our teaching linked to 'other world religions'.

 

 

Within PSHE, we teach SEAL (Social and Emotional Aspects or Learning): improving behaviour, improving learning.

 

We are also P4C (Philosophy for Children) trained.

 

 

Within music, we are very proud of our singing! We have a school singing squad who perform regularly in the local community, and recently performed at Manchester Arena, as part of their Young Voices project.

 

We have peripatetic music teachers who teach a range of instruments including keyboards, guitar, ukelele, drums and clarinet. We also use the Charanga resources to support our teaching.

 

 

Within humanities, we have links with our local history society and we are members of CDEC.

 

 

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