The School Curriculum
The school follows the Letters and Sounds scheme to deliver phonics
throughout the school.
The School has Policies and Schemes of work for all areas of the
curriculum, according to the requirements of the National
Curriculum. These are periodically reviewed and revised
accordingly. A new curriculum came into place in September
Careful planning and monitoring of pupils' work programmes ensures
continuity and progression thro ghout the school. Each pupil
has access to all areas of the National Curriculum and is encouraged to
work to his/her maximum potential. On-going teacher
assessment with the identification of future learning targets, together
with the statutory national Standard Assessment Tests at the end of
years two and six, and optional tests in Years 3, 4 and 5, to
promote achievements and standards within the school.
The core subjects are:-
The Foundation subjects are:-
- Design Technology
- Physical Education
The school delivers the curriculum through topic based units of work.
The school follows the London Borough of Hillingdon and QCA schemes of
work. School assemblies are daily occasions when we meet
together as a community for a period of sharing reflection and thought.
The moral themes of our assemblies draw on a wide range of sources.
Christianity has an unequalled status in our society and it has much to
offer. We also consider stories, songs and prayers from other countries.
Our broad aims in the teaching of Religious Education are:-
- To enable children to grow in awareness of themselves and
to develop a positive attitude to their own emotions, life and learning.
- To make children aware of others and to develop
relationships in a secure and tolerant setting.
- To develop their interest in and their ability to reflect
upon the world around them.
- To clarify and enlarge their ideas about religion.