About Us

Curriculum

Please follow the links below to find out about our two year rolling programme.

Year A (2022 - 2023)

 

Autumn

Spring

Summer

Class 1

What's special?

Would you rather?

What's our there?

Class 2

The Colour Red

Inventions and Discoveries

Under the Sea and Pirates

Class 3

Ancient Egypt

 

Natural Disasters

The Romans

Class 4

World War 1 and 2

Are we damaging the world are us?
Rivers

Ancient Greece

Year B (2021 - 2022)

 

Autumn

Spring

Summer

Class 1

Who am I?

Who helps us?

Isn't it amazing?

Class 2

Dungeons and Dragons

Superheroes

Amazing Animals

Class 3

The UK
Cumbria
Mountains

The Stone Age

Europe
Anglo Saxons and Scots
Viking and Anglo Saxon strugle
France and Norway

Class 4

The Rainforest

Victorians

Olympics
2020
Japan

We follow a range of topics to meet the expectations of the National Curriculum and the needs of our children. Please use the links below to find out more about what the children will be learning. We teach some subjects using a topic approach, where links can be made between the learning in different subjects. If you have any further questions, please contact school.

We adapt our planning to suit both the children in our classes and also the topics.

Curriculum Design

Essential Curriculum

English

Maths

Science

History

Geography

Art & Design

Design & Technology

RE

PE

French

Computing

PSHE

Music

 

Our Core Values

Respect 

Trust 

Friendship 

Perseverance

Recent News

  • Teaching and learning celebrations w/c 05/01/2022
    Class 1  We have really enjoyed coming back together again after our Christmas break.  We are incredibly proud of our new starters, who have settled into Class 1 beautifully this week. …
    Written on 10 January 2022

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