Curriculum Information

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COVID 2021 STATEMENT

Please find below our remote education offer that is in place for all of our pupils:

Highfield CE Primary Remote Education Offer

Our Curriculum is based upon the belief that children learn through creative and engaging experiences. Our aim is to develop lifelong learners with a passion and sense of enjoyment in learning. In essence – to be memorable. We aim to ensure that we maintain a clear focus on making the children the centre of the learning. It is what makes our curriculum distinctive and bespoke to our school and the community it serves.

The school curriculum is driven by the statutory requirements of both the National Curriculum and the Early Years Foundation Stage. It is interpreted through our school vision statement.

PRIMARY_national_curriculum

https://www.foundationyears.org.uk/files/2017/03/EYFS_STATUTORY_FRAMEWORK_2017.pdf

The attached information represents a flavour of our curriculum. Although we have topics as a context for learning, we ensure all subjects are taught discreetly to ensure progression of skills in each curriculum area.

CURRICULUM MAP yr 1 & 2 cycle 1

CURRICULUM MAP yr 1 & 2 cycle 2

Year 3 and 4 Cycle 1

Year 3 and 4 Cycle 2

Cycle 1 Y56 Curriculum Map

Cycle 2 Y56 Curriculum Map

 

These are our subject progression ladders. We use these to ensure pupil’s knowledge and understanding of the foundation subjects are built on as they progress through the school.

Art Progression Ladder

Science progression ladder

RE Progression Ladder

PE Progression Ladder

Music Progression Ladder

MFL Progression Ladder

Computing Progression Ladder

History Progression Ladder-converted

Geography Progression Ladder

DT Progression Ladder

 

The school follows the locally agreed syllabus for RE.

These are the collective worship plans

School service Planner Summer 2019

Below are the termly information letters sent home to keep parents informed about the term ahead. These plans incorporate both the children’s ideas of what they want to learn and how. As a result of involving the children’s interests as well as capitalising on teacher’s strength, we believe that the curriculum is responsive and engaging year on year.  Have you seen our blogs?

Curriculum information events are held during the year and published on the Update. Our phonics scheme is Read Write Inc.

Sports funding.

This is the action plan for spending sports funding allocated by the government as post Olympic legacy funds. The vision behind Highfield’s use of the money is to sow the seeds for future Olympians. In recent years the school is aware of children who have , as a result of being introduced to a minority sport at this school ,  joined golf clubs, fencing clubs and sailing clubs.

In the past year, we continued to provide valuable experiences of horse riding for infant pupils as well as sailing for Upper Junior pupils – both of which were received extremely positively by parents and children.  The funding provided additional specialist coaching for our school football club which increased their confidence when participating in inter-school competition. We have yet to reach Wembley but that continues to be part of our aspiration!

See below for the plans ahead this year!

Action-plan-2018-19-sports-funding

Termly Curriculum Letters

These letters contain information about your child’s learning in the term ahead and offers suggestions on how you can support it too!

SUMMER 2

Year 56 Summer 2 Curriculum Newsletter

Year 56 Summer 2 knowledge organiser

 Year 2 Summer 2 Curriculum Newsletter

Year 2 Summer 2 knowledge organiser

SUMMER 1

Year 5 6 Summer 1 Curriculum Newsletter

Year 3 4 Summer 1 Curriculum Newsletter

Year 1 2 Summer 1 Curriculum Newsletter

Year R Summer 1 Curriculum Newsletter

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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