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Please see the attached document detailing our school Catch-up Premium

Spring 2021

 

Because of the national lockdown, school is offering blended learning to those pupils who are not eligible to return to school (school is open to the children of critical workers and vulnerable children only).  Both groups of pupils (those physically in school and those learning at home) are being offered the same provision and are following the school's curriculum map.  All pupils are receiving full coverage of the National Curriculum.

 

Parents of children home-learning have the option for their children to undertake online learning via Dojo (EYFS) or Seesaw (Years 1-6) or request paper copies of work.  

 

Week beginning 18 January 2021, school will be in a position to loan devices to  some families who lack them  to facilitate online learning (however school will not be in a position to offer one to all families who need them as the amount of devices received have been limited to 31 devices for the whole school). 

Autumn 1 2020 - on returning to school following the national lockdown, we will be following a recovery curriculum instead of our usual curriculum to help pupils transition back in to school. Please see the documents below for further information. In RE, the children are studying Domestic Church, focusing on life as a gift, myself as a unique and loved creation, the creative love and care that can be expressed in family groups.

In September 2020, we introduced Read, Write Inc to teach phonics.  Children are set in small groups for Phonics activities according to the phase of Read Write Inc at which they are working.

 

We use a variety of materials in KS1 to teach reading but mostly use the Collins and Pearson schemes (and are about to begin the process of introducing the Read, Write Inc boks).

 

Reading in classes across the whole school from Years 1 - 6 is focused on high quality class novels chosen to link to children’s interests and topics taught in lessons.

 

If you have any questions regarding the curriculum that we teach please contact the school directly.

Reading with your child at home. Reading is the key!

Reading like a Storyteller

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Reading the same book over a few nights is helping you to become a fluent reader or a storyteller.
For termly Parent Planners, see the Parents' Page of the website.

Please see below our school Rationale behind our curriculum 2021-22

Please see the documents below which detail how we aim to meet with our Equality and SEND responsibilities and duties.

To find out information about our curriculum please see below.

 

If you require further information or have any queries about the school curriculum, please contact Mr Doyle in the first instance who can answer general queries and who will put families in touch with the lead teacher for specific subjects.

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