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Our Curriculum

At St. Mary’s our youngest children follow the Early Years Foundation Stage curriculum.

Years One to Six follow a termly Learning Project. Each of these is underpinned by a ‘Big Question’ and project values which are intended to both contextualise the children’s learning in a meaningful way and link directly to the school’s Christian character.

The curriculum structure for these year groups is listed below but please do speak to your child’s class teacher if you have any further questions about our provision. If you have a question about the school’s wider curriculum, please contact the Deputy Headteacher who has overall responsibility for this aspect of the school’s work.

Please click here to access the school’s Curriculum Statement

Please click here for further information about the school’s curriculum for the Autumn term

Please click here for further information about the school’s curriculum for the Spring term

Curriculum Structure

The school introduced it’s new curriculum structure in September 2019. Information about each term’s Learning Project will be published here throughout the first year of implementation.

Year 1: Whose responsibility is it to care for others?

Year 2: Is change always good?

Year 3: Can our beliefs help us to be a good person?

Year 4: Do you have to be a leader to make a difference?

Year 5: If you think you own something does it make it yours?

Year 6: Should we always stand by our decisions?

RECEPTION

Spelling Scheme