We follow the full national curriculum and for RE we use the new diocesan recommended scheme of work ‘Come and See.’

We like to work in close partnership with parents and carers as soon as children enter our foundation unit. We use the letters and sounds approach to the teaching of phonics and early reading and encourage parents and carers to be involved through stay and read sessions and home school reading diaries.

Ofsted stated:

“Pupils develop their skills in writing and problem solving particularly well and have many opportunities to practise them. Pupils enjoy working together to find solutions to real life problems. Their teachers encourage them to write at length, and to use expression and highly emotive language to develop their good written and oral communication skills further.”

Parents can read more about the National Curriculum by following the link below.

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