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Reepham C of E Primary School A Curriculum with Ketchup!

We follow the National Curriculum as made statutory from 2014. The curriculum contains the programmes of study and attainment targets for all subjects, at all key stages. You can view the national curriculum here: 

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/national-curriculum-in-england-framework-for-key-stages-1-to-4

Our Christian beliefs underpin all that we do, we thread the teachings of Jesus Christ through our curriculum and we have a focus value for each term. 

Everything is better with Ketchup!

At Reepham C of E Primary we have personalised the curriculum to be fun, exciting and relevent for our pupils. We question pupils and parents on their interests before creating a rolling program that links aspects of the National Curriculum. We always make sure to add Ketchup (fun and inspirational elements) to our teaching.

We use Assertive Mentoring in school meaning we always plan from assessment meaning all pupils can increase knowledge and skills across the curriculum.

We have ways of identifying those who excel in different subjects and cater for this in  such ways as our Talented Artist club, Sports Coaching, Music Tuition, Higher Level Maths Club and also our subject specific e-books created specifically for the school.

Curriculum Plans

We follow the phonics scheme Letters and Sounds, teaching this through a systematic approach of 'bouncy' and 'stretchy' sounds.

English and Maths follows the National Curriculum as outlined at the link above. We broaden all curriculums to ensure mastery and assess pupils against age specific targets as well as school specific targets which show mastery.

Our Curriculum Policy can be found in the 'Information' tab on the left side in the 'Policy' section. If you require any other information please feel free to contact the school. Examples of our schemes of work are outlined below (click to enlarge), they show titles and objectives covered. To ensure learning is always an adventure teachers planning are encouraged to deviate from set plans as long as objectives are covered. 

 

 

 

Fun into Learning!

As well as embedded inspirational activities across the curriculum we also issue all children in KS2 with a National Trust '50 Things To Do Before You're 11 3/4'

We hold termly wow days to help the children achieve these fun childhood activities.