School Curriculum & Assemblies

The curriculum in our school is designed to provide a range of resources and educational opportunities which promote learning, personal growth and development.

To view the curriculum for each year group, please click the links below:



Year 3 Curriculum

Year 4 Curriculum

Year 5 Curriculum

Year 6 Curriculum


Computing Overview

PSHE Overview


The following schemes are used to deliver the curriculum within school:

Phonics – Letters and Sounds
Reading – Oxford Reading Tree, Project X (Oxford University Press) and a wide range of fiction/non-fiction books from leading authors

To view our school curriculum policy, please click here

British Values
The teaching of British Values is a key focus throughout school.  It is taught explicitly through PSHE, weekly assemblies and through a range of different topic areas within each year group. We link British Values with local, national and international news items.

The main themes are;

  • Democracy
  • Rule of law
  • Individual liberty
  • Mutual respect
  • Tolerance of others

Promoting British Values Policy

Whole School Assembly Themes 2018/2019

Autumn 1

Staying Safe

Autumn 2

Heroes / Heroines

Spring 1

Famous Artists / Sculptures

Spring 2

Stories from the bible

Summer 1

Morals/ Dilemmas

Summer 2

Stories from other cultures


e-Safety Assembly

Mr Jefferies held a KS2 assembly where he discussed e-Safety with the children.  Mr Jefferies made them aware that although the Internet is an incredible tool, it must be used safely and correctly at all times.  Pupils also learned more about the ‘SMART’ rules

  1. SAFE: keeping personal information safe;
  2. MEETING: not to meet up with someone you meet online;
  3. ACCEPTING: to think before accepting something from someone online;
  4. RELIABLE: that not everyone you meet online may be trustworthy;
  5. TELL: tell a parent, teacher or trusted adult if something upsets you online.

Mr Jefferies concluded the assembly with some real-life scenarios for the children to discuss and by reminding KS2 that they should ask for help and advice if they are ever unsure about something online.