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You can find out more about our curriculum below:

 

 

F1 Nursery

 

We aim to provide a caring, homely environment in order to enable children to feel at ease in our Nursery.

We value our strong partnership with families, and through our ‘key worker’ system ensure children and families feel safe and cared for.  

The key person ensures that children’s interests are followed, and are used to develop skills and knowledge.

 

We  prioritise children’s social and emotional wellbeing. Through carefully planned transition, we welcome children to an environment in which they feel safe, happy and cared for. It is our intention to instil a lifelong love of learning and to foster in each child, the vital social skills needed to achieve positive lifelong development and the ability to contribute to the wider community. 

 

We believe that children learn best through ‘doing’ and  therefore provide an environment whereby children can self-access a wide range of tools and resources to work on and develop skills through hands on experiences.

We want our children to believe in themselves, to be courageous in taking risks and in challenging themselves and others.

 

 

The EYFS Curriculum

The Prime Areas

The Specific Areas

Personal, Social and Emotional Development

Physical Development

Communication and Language

Literacy

Mathematics

Understanding the World

Expressive Arts and Design

 

 

 

FS2

Autumn 1

Autumn 2

Spring 1

Spring 2

Summer 1

Summer 2

Book

Rosie’s Walk

Percy the Park Keeper, One Snowy Night

Whatever Next!

How to Catch a Star

Fairy tales

Books and the  children’s interests drive the learning through the continuous provision and cover the 7 areas of learning below:

 

 

Prime Areas

Personal, Social and Emotional Development

Physical Development

Communication and Language

Making relationships
Self-confidence and self-awareness
Managing feelings and behaviour

Moving and handling
Health and self-care

Listening and attention
Understanding
Speaking

 

 

Specific areas

Literacy

Mathematics

Understanding the World

Expressive Arts and Design

Reading
Writing

Numbers
Shape, space and measure

People and communities
The world
Technology

Exploring and using media and materials
Being imaginative

We aim to provide an engaging curriculum that sparks curiosity and a love of learning and enables children to develop a genuine understanding of the world around them.

 In F2, we firmly believe that young children learn from active play and exploration both indoors and out.  By building co-operative partnerships with parents and carers we can fully understand your child and their needs.

 
 

Year 1

Autumn 1

Autumn 2

Spring 1

Spring 2

Summer 1

Summer 2

English

Novel Study

The tiger who came to tea

Lost and Found

Where the wild things are

Where the wild things are
Poetry

Whale song

Whale song

Maths

Number: Place value Number: Addition and Subtraction.

Measurement: Length and Mass

Graphs

Multiplication and Division

Measurement: Money

Geometry: Properties of Shape

Number: Fractions

Measurement: Time

Measurement: Capacity, Volume and Temperature

Post SATs Project Work

PBL

How can we protect hedgehogs at Humberstone?

Whole school STEAM project

How can I bring a story to life?

RE

Myself

Celebrations

Stories

Special people

Belongings

Beliefs

PE

Coordination/Building core strength

Throwing, catching and aiming

Ball skills practise

Team Games and developing partner work

Striking and Fielding games

Invasion games and athletics

PSHE

 

Core 1 - Health and wellbeing

Core 1 - Health and wellbeing

Anti-bullying week

Core 2 - Relationships

Core 3 - Living in the wider world

E-Safety

Introduction to E-safety

In year 1 E-safety focuses on keeping themselves safe online, they learn about the importance of keeping personal information secure and what to do if they see something that is unexpected or worrying online. Children explore the importance of following e-safety rules and learn how to identify a website that is appropriate for their age. They also begin to explore online behaviour and remaining kind and polite in the digital world.

 

Year 2

Autumn 1

Autumn 2

Spring 1

Spring 2

Summer 1

Summer 2

English

Novel Study

The Tin Forest

The Night Shimmy

Lost happy endings

Lost happy endings
Poetry

Esio Trot

Esio Trot

Maths

Number: Place Value

Number: Addition and Subtraction

Geometry: Shape

Time

Place Value

Addition and Subtraction

Multiplication and Division

Measures: Length and Height

Number: Fractions

Number: Four Operations

Measurement: Money

Measurement: Weight and Volume

PBL

Why should you choose to live a healthy life?

Whole school STEAM project

Who am I as a learner?

RE

Myself

Celebrations

Stories

Leaders and teachers

Belonging

Beliefs

PE

Coordination/ Building Core Strength

Throwing and Catching - skill development

Throwing and Catching - inventing games

Team games - developing tactics for attacking and defending

Striking and fielding games

Invasion games and athletics

PSHE

 

Core 1 - Health and wellbeing

Core 1 - Health and wellbeing

Anti-bullying week

Core 2 - Relationships

Core 3 - Living in the wider world

Core 3 - Living in the wider world

 

Transition

E-Safety

Introduction to E-safety

In year 2 E-safety focuses on children knowing how to keep themselves safe online, they learn about the importance of keeping personal information secure and what to do if they see something that is unexpected or worrying online. In class they consider the amounts of time that they spend online, and what is considered healthy. Children also begin to explore the differences between the online world and the real world, learning about the importance to remain kind and polite.

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