On this section of our school website you will be able to find out about the curriculum that is taught throughout the school. The curriculum is the collection of subjects that are taught to your children. Within this section you should be able to find out WHAT we teach, WHEN we teach it and HOW we teach it. As a Local Authority Voluntary Aided School we follow the National Curriculum which was published by the Department for Education in 2014. We will add links into this section so that you can see the National Curriculum and how we have designed our curriculum around it.
The Curriculum is divided into different phases: EYFS KS1 KS2
|EYFS||- Is the Early Years and Foundation Stage. If your child is in Nursery or Reception they are in the EYFS and follow the EYFS curriculum; this curriculum is quite different in structure to the other phases and concentrates on the physical, personal, social and emotional development as well as communication, language and Literacy and Maths|
|KS1||- Is Key Stage One. If you child is in Year 1 or Year 2 they are in KS1. In KS1 the curriculum focus' on English, Mathematics, Science, Art and Design, Computing, Design and Technology, Geography, History, Music and Physical Education (P.E).|
|KS2||- Is Key Stage Two. If your child is in Year 3, 4, 5 or 6 they are in KS2. In KS2 the curriculum focus' on Enlgish, Mathematics, Science, Art and Design, Computing, Design and Technology, Geography, History, Music, Modern Foreign Languages and Physical Education (P.E.)|
EYFS overview https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/early-years-foundation-stage-framework--2
The National Curriculum published by the Department for Education can be found by clicking this link https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/national-curriculum-in-england-primary-curriculum
THE ST. CUTHBERT'S CURRICULUM
When children come to St Cuthbert's we want them to become active, resilient, socially responsible, environmentally aware, respectful citizens with knowledge of the world around them, equipped for life in 21st century Britain.