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The government has released the interim assessment frameworks for ;
The end of Key Stage one- click here for guidance
The end of Key Stage two- click here for guidance
This is how the teachers will base their final judgments for pupils in Reading, Writing, Mathematics and Science.
Curriculum, approach to phonics and reading schemes
In the Foundation Stage (also known as Reception) the curriculum is based on the Early Years Foundation Stage. There are seven areas of learning:
Approach to phonics and Reading schemes
For phonics, we follow Read, Write Inc. We have daily 20 minute phonic sessions where children are grouped according to their needs. These groups are assessed regularly ensuring fluidity and consistent progress throughout the groups/phases.
Our reading books are book banded and incorporate a very wide range of reading books from Oxford Reading Tree, Rigby Star book to Read write. We have an online e-book reading scheme (Active Learn Primary) which enables children to read on all electronic devices.
Pupils move onto free choice when they are ready and are able to choose from the school library and from home.
Key Stages One and Two
In Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 the programmes of study are known as the National Curriculum. The National Curriculum consists of:
Religious Education is also part of the curriculum. Our RE syllabus is the Leicester Diocesan Board of Education.
We aim to make our curriculum relevant, enjoyable and creative, suiting the needs of all of our pupils.
English and Maths are taught as separate subjects in daily English and Mathematics sessions and skills learnt during these lessons are developed further through other curriculum areas.
The Foundation subjects are in themes. Each theme can last up to a term. ICT/Computing is embedded across all areas of the curriculum.