- The National Curriculum for children of compulsory school age
- The Foundation Stage Curriculum for Reception pupils
- Religious Education for all pupils
The National Curriculum comprises:
- Four ‘core’ subjects: English, Mathematics, Science, and Information and Computing; as well as…
- Six foundation subjects: History, Geography, Design and Technology, Physical Education, Art and Music.
As a Catholic school, Religious Education is treated as an additional core subject. Modern Foreign Languages are taught within the school. Italian taught from year 3 to year 6.
These subjects alone are not intended to be a complete curriculum and other aspects will also include Personal, Social and Health Education (PSHE) – which also includes Citizenship as well as Relationship and Sex Education (RSE).
Each term, a Newsletter is sent home to parents informing them of the work their child will be covering during the term and also ways for you to support their learning.
Our Homework Policy has been drawn up after consultation with parents, Governors and staff. The framework is devised to show progression as the children move from one Key Stage to another. The view was taken that homework tasks should become more specific, more demanding and more complex in nature as children get older.