This is one of three pages on our curriculum.
- Curriculum Design – This page! The scope and sequence of our teaching, with age-related expectations for learning.
- Curriculum Rationale – How the National Curriculum, our context, our priorities and our values work together.
- Curriculum Plans and Support – Long and mid-term plans, letters and guides for parents, national tests, timetables and homework!
Please click on a subject or area and expand the tab for further information.
Early Learning Goals (Summer 2022)
To underpin all future learning by
- supporting, fostering and promoting children’s personal, social and emotional well-being,
- their social skills and attitutes, their attention skills,
- their language and communication skills (speaking, listening, reading and writing) and
- their mathematical, physical and creative development.
Early Learning Goals (Summer 2022)
- To develop ideas
- To master techniques in 2D & 3D with a range of materials and media
- To evaluate work
- To build knowledge and appreciation of prominent artists
- The rule of law
- Individual liberty
- Mutual respect
- Tolerance of those of different faiths and beliefs
- To build understanding of algorithms and programs
- To develop skills in data retrieval and organisation
- To use a range of technologies to communicate
- To develop knowledge and attitudes around e-safety and digital citizenship
- To develop, plan and communicate ideas
- To master practical skills with a range of materials & media
- To evaluate and improve their work
- To evaluate tools, equipment and materials
- To take inspiration from design throughout history
- Reading – Phonics and word recognition, oral reading skills, using grammar, responding to texts
- Writing –Drafting, Reviewing & Editing, Spelling, Grammar, Vocabulary, Punctuation, Presentation
- To investigate patterns and places
- To build understanding of physical geography
- To build understanding of Human Geography
- To build chronological understanding
- To use evidence to find out about the past
- To build an overview of world history
- To listen and respond to an additional language
- To speak an additional language
- To read and understand an additional language
- To write in an additional language
KEY SKILLS To build fluency, reasoning and problem-solving skills in
- Number & Place Value,
- Addition & Subtraction,
- Multiplication & division,
- Fractions, decimals & percentages,
- Properties of shapes,
- Position & direction,
- Ratio & proportion (Y6),
- Algebra (Y6)
- Composing (including notation)
- To develop independent study skills
- To develop independent, personal organisation skills
- To work towards school-wide responsibilities
- To acquire, develop, evaluate and refine skills in Athletics, Dance, Games, Gymnastics, Swimming, Outdoor and adventurous activities
- To participate and compete as individuals and in teams
- To understand and adopt the habits of a healthy lifestyle
- To understand the importance of mental wellbeing
- To appreciate internet safety and harms
- To understand the importance of physical health, including fitness, diet, and sleep (and know facts and risks associated with drugs, alcohol and tobacco)
- To develop skills in First Aid, and understand how the body changes during adolescence
Our page on phonics answers the following questions:
- Which Phonics approach does North Nibley use?
- What are phonics?
- What is the Government’s Phonics Screening Check?
- How do children progress through our Reading Scheme?
- To understand, and value, families and other relationships, inc. those online
- To know how to keep safe, including whilst online
- To develop an understanding of money and enterprise
- To develop skills and behaviours around living in the wider world as responsible citizens
- To understand a range of beliefs and non-belief
- To understand the impact of these beliefs
- To make connections between ideas and their own thinking and experiences
- To work scientifically, observing closely, performing tests, identifying and classifying, recording findings
- To investigate Life Processes and Living Things
- To investigate Materials and their Properties
- To investigate Physical Processes