Village school with access to opportunities offered by the wider Federation.
Our Creative Curriculum
School Curriculum Overview
Our Curriculum is a continually evolving blend of learning experiences, designed to develop the fundamental skills, which children need to succeed. The school curriculum is aimed to be relevant, interesting and engaging. A broad, balanced and relevant skills based education is offered to all the pupils, providing a wide range of experiences to meet their personalised needs. The core subjects and foundation subjects are all taught through a cross-curricular approach where it enhances learning or as discrete subjects.
The children are fully involved in the planning of new topics – with their key questions directly linked to the national curriculum. Each topic has an ‘entry’, where children are introduced to the new theme and an exit point when the children have an opportunity to share their work with the rest of the school and parents.
Opportunities are also provided for the children to work collaboratively with children from other schools within the HMFA.
The school meets the requirements of the National Curriculum. The curriculum for Reception pupils is based on the Early Years Foundation Stage.
Parents can contact the Head of School, Mr Jamie Gittins for further information regarding the school curriculum. Contact can be made via the school office, details on this website’s homepage.