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National Curriculum Information

National Curriculum In September 2014, a new National Curriculum a new was introduced to be taught in all local-authority-maintained primary schools.

This provides statutory requirements, as well as non-statutory guidance, on the knowledge and skills that children need to be taught in primary schools, in the following subjects: Art and Design, Computing, Design and Technology, English, Geography, History, Languages (Key stage 2 only), Maths, Music, PE and Science.

To view details of the National Curriculum for each subject please follow the link below

https://www.gov.uk/government/collections/national-curriculum

Our Curriculum

At Stanway Fiveways Primary School we strive to ensure that all children have a rich, varied and enjoyable experience at our school.

By providing a broad range of learning opportunities through our curriculum, we aim to ensure that every child is able to achieve their potential at the end of each school year.

Our curriculum is designed to allow children opportunities to develop, practise and utilise skills and knowledge that will prepare them for their futures. We adopt a cross-curricula approach to learning, as we believe that it is through making links in their learning that children learn best.  

We believe that every child matters and that everyone should be encouraged to challenge themselves, in all areas of school life. As a result the curriculum at Stanway Fiveways is designed to enable everyone ‘to be the best we can be’.

 

To read our Curriculum Intent see below.

 

Our whole school curriculum overviews for English and Maths can also be found below.

 

For our Topic Overview, please click here 

 

Our curriculum is continuing to be reviewed and updated this year, as this happens we will share our year group curriculum overviews on this page.

 

 
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