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StamfordhamPrimary School

‘Learning, Caring and Achieving Together’
‘Learning, Caring and Achieving Together’

National Curriculum

National Curriculum

Age Description Key Stage
3 – 4 Years                            Nursery                                 Foundation Stage                       
4 – 5 Years Reception Foundation Stage
5 – 6 Years Year 1 Key Stage 1
6 – 7 Years Year 2 Key Stage 1
7 – 8 Years Year 3 Key Stage 2
8 – 9 Years Year 4 Key Stage 2
9 - 10 Years Year 5 Key Stage 2
10 -  11 Years Year 6 Key Stage 2
 
National Curriculum Age Groupings
Key Stages 1 and 2 have been working from a new National Curriculum document since September 2014.  This consists of twelve subjects as follows:-

 

Core Subjects
  • English    
  • Mathematics
  • Science

 

The Foundation Subjects 
  • Computing
  • Design & Technology
  • Art
  • Physical Education
  • History
  • Geography
  • Music
  • Religious Education
  • MFL

 

Access to Documents
A range of curriculum documents and other policies are available in the lobby at the main entrance to the school.

 

Curriculum Statement
We believe strongly in a creative approach to the curriculum.  We value children’s differences and look for their strengths.  We try to use a range of teaching strategies to meet the needs of different learning styles and we introduce thinking strategies and encourage learning dispositions across the curriculum. We aim to provide a positive, questioning, reasoning approach to all learning to enhance children’s self-esteem and foster a true love of learning.

 

We aim to make our curriculum the very best it can be and at present are implementing new curriculum plans which enable teachers to be more flexible and creative in delivery and to focus on the development of skills that children need to become true learners.

 

Details of our curriculum planning and schemes of work are available in school.  A brief outline of our curriculum follows:

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