Each Key Stage has designed a topic based curriculum which addresses the statutory requirements of the National Curriculum and allows pupils to learn in a cross-curricular, thematic way. At the heart of all of our planning, we continue to embed lots of our key values - SMSC, outdoor learning, British Values as well as trying to make links across the curriculum.
As outlined in our SEN information report, in accordance with the Special Educational Needs and Disability Regulations 2014, that can be found on our SEN page here, all teachers at Abbot's Hall Primary school differentiate and personalise the curriculum to meet the individual needs of the children in their classes. We make the curriculum accessible for those with disabilities or special educational needs, by working effectively with children, parents/carers and outside agencies to enable us to provide the best possible education for every pupil, by making reasonable adjustments to our curriculum in line with the Equalities Act 2010.
Parents may find this document useful as it outlines the expectations for each year group - A Parents Guide to the National Curriculum
Each term, each year group will send out their curriculum booklets detailing more specific information about curriculum coverage, trips, visitors, class assemblies and many many more exciting things for the term!
Please use the tabs below to find out more information about our curriculum coverage and take a look at our class pages which contain even more insights into our learning! To find the class pages - click on the blue link or use the tabs to click on children then class pages.