Here you can find information about the subjects children are covering each term, along with any important information relating to the National Curriculum. There are half-termly curriculum updates sent out. If you require any further information, please contact your child's class teacher.


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Useful Sites for Learning at Home

White Rose Maths (KS1 & KS2) - maths problem of the day

Top Marks

BBC Bitesize

Maths Zone


Primary Homework Help


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Reading in Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) and Key Stage 1 (KS1) is taught initially using a systematic, synthetic phonic approach.  Phonics is taught daily as a discrete lesson and we use 'Letters and Sounds' as a core scheme to teach synthetic phonics, which is multi-sensory, exciting and engaging.  During EYFS and KS1, children develop their phonic knowledge and skills and apply these in both reading and spelling.

As developing readers, children are encouraged to use a wider range of strategies to aid decoding of text and to enhance their understanding of material across a range of genres.  The reading scheme used for KS1 includes a variety of texts which are banded at an appropriate level.

'Phonics Play' is a website packed with interactive phonics games and many different resources to help your child to use their phonics skills in reading.  You can access this via the link, below.

Phonics Play