Stonebroom Primary & Nursery School’s curriculum aims to provide pupils with a curriculum which is broad, balanced, relevant and progressive in order to prepare them for life in the 21st century and for their next stage of education at secondary school. It is essential to provide pupils with life-long skills to prepare them for an ever-changing, technological world. Our curriculum incorporates the school’s values as described in the school vision.
We teach the National Curriculum which includes the core subjects of English, Mathematics, Science, Computing and Religious Education. The foundation subjects we teach are: History & Geography, Art, Design Technology, Music, Physical Education & French. Personal, social, health and citizenship education (PSHCE) is also taught, which is inclusive of British Values.
Our curriculum is also planned to reflect the fact that children learn in different ways. Tasks given aim to be relevant to their present and future lives. We use a variety of teaching styles to cater for all learning styles. Philosophy for Children (P4C) is used to complement teaching in all subjects, developing pupil’s speaking and listening.
An overview of each term can be found on the class page at the start of each term (see pupils tab.) Should you require more details, please make an appointment to see the class teacher.
|Curriculum Questionnaire for Parents June 2019.pdf||Download|
|Key Experiences for Primary Aged Children Survey.pdf||Download|
|Nursery Long Term Plan 2018-2019.pdf||Download|
|Parents Complete Curriculum Guide.pdf||Download|
|Stonebroom Curriculum Questions 2019-20.pdf||Download|
|Y6 Long Term Plan.pdf||Download|
|Year 1 long term plan 2018-19.pdf||Download|
|Year 2 Long Term Plan 2018-2019.pdf||Download|
|Year 3 - Long-term Plan - 2018-2019.pdf||Download|
|Year 34 Cycle 2018 - 2019 January.pdf||Download|