Foundation Stage: Nursery, Reception 1 and 2
The Foundation Stage covers the curriculum for ages 3 – 5 years and follows guidance from the Early Years Foundation Stage known as EYFS. The children are taught according to the stage of their development rather than their age and are grouped for specific tasks and activities.
Key Stages 1 and 2
The National Curriculum is divided into four Key Stages that children are taken through during their school life. Key Stage 1 is taught during Years 1 and 2 of primary school, when children are usually aged between 5 and 7. Key Stage 2 is taught during Years 3 to 6 of primary school, when children are usually aged between 7 and 11.
|Reading, Phonics and Writing – EYFS||Reading, Phonics and Writing – KS1|
|Cluster Maths Calculation Policy||Reading, Phonics and Writing – KS2|
|PHSE Long-Term Plan||Music Long Term Plan|
|Foundation Long term Plan – Year 1||English Long Term Plan|
|Foundation Long term Plan – Year 2||Foundation Long term Plan – Year 5|
|Foundation Long term Plan – Year 3||Foundation Long term Plan – Year 6|
|Foundation Long term Plan – Year 4||The Curriculum Statement|
|Science Long Term Plan||Maths Long Term Plans|
|P.E. Long Term Plan||Swimming|
More detailed information about the work of our pupils can be found in the Our Pupils various year group pages