The school aims to ensure that the whole curriculum for each child is coordinated and coherent so that effective learning can take place. The school provides a broad and balanced curriculum through all the subjects of the National Curriculum and develops the work of individual children according to their age, aptitude and ability.
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The children are grouped in classes according to age:
||Key Stage 2|
|Key Stage One
The teacher of each class is responsible for the children's work, although children may, at times, be working
with other teachers and in other parts of the school.
The Foundation Stage curriculum is organized into 6 areas of learning. Early Learning Goals establish expectations for most children to reach by the end of the Foundation Stage. Foundation Stage continues to the end of Reception.
The National Curriculum specifies programmes of study and attainment targets for children at different stages
of their schooling. Key Stage 1 of the National Curriculum is completed by the end of Year 2 and Key Stage 2
by the end of Year 6. The curriculum is taught in the context of our identity as a Catholic school.
Extra Curricular Activities
Such activities take place during the lunch hour or after school. Children are able to take advantage of activities
in Art, Computers, Music, Netball, Football, Badminton, Tennis, Table Tennis, Chess and Gymnastics.
Gymnastics is the most popular activity and there is usually a waiting list to join. The school competes at
both local and national level.
Where necessary, parents are asked to contribute to the cost of these activities.