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Staff and pupils work hard to adapt the National curriculum to meet the needs of all our pupils. We ensure the curriculum  provides pupils with an introduction to the essential knowledge that they need to be educated citizens in modern Britain. We try to accommodate the needs of our pupils, understanding they may have covered some topics in previous schools, and we look to broaden their knowledge in these areas.

Our curriculum introduces pupils to the best that has been thought and said; and helps engender an appreciation of human creativity and achievement. SMSC (Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural) is spread across all subject areas and school life and ensures pupils are aware of the history and values of Britain and prepares pupils for life in modern Britain.

Our Curriculum operates on a two year rolling programme and will be reviewed to meet the needs of the children.

For our Early Years and Key Stage 1 pupils we use Read Write Inc to help with reading and phonics, allowing our pupils to make rapid progress in reading.

If you have any questions or would like to know more, please do not hesitate to ask class teachers or myself.

Please click the link below to access the full National Curriculum for each age group: 



With the changes in the new curriculum, we have developed our new school system for assessment without levels, in line with these principles:

-Formative and summative assessment is used to improve teaching and learning and raise achievement.
-Accurate and moderated assessment drawing upon a range of evidence with baselines.
-Evaluates how well pupils are doing against age related expectations and identifies pupils falling behind ensuring there is aspirational challenge for all groups of learners.
-Reporting to parents will make sure parents understand how well their children are doing against national standards and the progress being made. Feedback will be sought from parents during 2019.

Assessments will be moderated in school, across Key Stages and in partnerships with our network of schools in our cluster, as well as regular Local Authority CPD and moderation events.

Parents will be able to discuss assessments in Core subjects at parents' evenings during the year and in an annual report in July.



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