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Curriculum Overview

The curriculum in our school is designed to provide a range of resources and educational opportunities which promote learning, personal growth and development. We offer a broad and balanced curriculum which is engaging, creative and provides challenges and opportunities to promote children’s learning and respond to a range of diverse needs. Our curriculum encompasses a range of experiences to prepares pupil for the opportunities, responsibilities and experiences of later life.

The school curriculum comprises all learning and other experiences that are planned for our pupils and is based on the National Curriculum. In Reception classes they follow the Early Years Foundation Stage Curriculum. The National Curriculum for years 1 to 6 includes programmes of study for English, mathematics, science and foundation subjects, such as Geography, History, Art & Design, Design and Technology, Music, PE, MFL and Comuting. Our planning also makes provision for personal, social, health and economic education (PSHE).

At Firthmoor Primary we teach phonics through Letters and Sounds. Further details of our reading schemes can be found on our Literacy Page

Reception

Reception Medium Term Plan – Spring 2021

KS1

Year 1 Annual Curriculum Overview – 2020-2021
Year 2 Annual Curriculum Overview – 2020-2021

KS2

Year 3 Annual Curriculum Overview – 2020-2021
Year 4 Annual Curriculum Overview – 2020-2021
Year 5 Annual Curriculum Overview – 2020-2021
Year 6 Annual Curriculum Overview – 2020-2021

 

Computing Overview

 

To view our school Curriculum Policy, please click here

To view our Homework Policy, please click here

British Values
The teaching of British Values is a key focus throughout school.  It is taught explicitly through PSHE, weekly assemblies and through a range of different topic areas within each year group. We link British Values with local, national and international news items.

The main themes are;

  • Democracy
  • Rule of law
  • Individual liberty
  • Mutual respect
  • Tolerance of others

Promoting British Values

Assembly Themes 2020/2021

Autumn 1

Parables and Morals

Autumn 2

Staying Safe

Spring 1

Bible Stories

Spring 2

Stories from other cultures

Summer 1

Famous British people

Summer 2

Famous people from around the world

Privacy Policy

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This policy will be reviewed and updated versions will be posted on the website.

If you have any questions about the use of your personal information, the Information Commissioner is the independent regulator for both Data Protection and Freedom of Information.