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At Waterfoot School, we think for ourselves but feel for others.

Curriculum

The Curriculum at Waterfoot Primary School

 

Our school motto ‘We think for ourselves but feel for others’ and our six values: perseverance, confidence, responsibility, respect, kindness and resilience underpin and are at the heart of our curriculum.

 

We aim to deliver the National Curriculum in the most memorable, exciting, and effective way possible, where high standards are always sought and attention is always given to motivating children to be lifelong learners. One of the key aspects of our curriculum is how we make meaningful connections between our core and foundation subjects. Our main aim is bringing the curriculum together through half termly themes, with a clear focus on developing key reading, writing and maths skills in a cross-curricular approach. There is a wealth of information regarding our whole school curriculum for each subject we teach below however do not hesitate to contact the school for further details. Or to see the 'curriculum in action' look on our class pages, outdoor learning area or the latest news page on our website. In EYFS we have one unit and the year's curriculum themes are displayed below. As we have mixed age classes in Key Stage 1, Lower Key Stage 2 and Upper Key Stage 2 our curriculum themes follow a two yearly cycle as shown below.

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EYFS at Waterfoot

Mathematics at Waterfoot

 

At Waterfoot we aim to develop children's confidence in Maths using the 'CPA' approach. This teaching style of concrete, pictorial and abstract learning allows the children to have a secure, deep and progressive knowledge and understanding of the mathematical concepts.

English at Waterfoot

At Waterfoot to develop early readers our phonics teaching follows the Letters and Sounds scheme in EYFS and KS1. We use a range of reading schemes to enhance the children's phonic development, reading fluency, comprehension and most importantly that love for reading. The reading schemes we utilise - Oxford Reading Tree and Collins big Cat -  ensure we provide a rich range of resources for both home reads and Guided Reading that cover all genres; fiction, non-fiction and poetry.

Science at Waterfoot

Computing at Waterfoot

 

We use the Purple Mash Scheme throughout the school to aid planning and teaching . The units of work have been split over a two year cycle to maximise cross-curricular links and ensure progression. ICT is used within the classroom and across subjects to support the children's learning and to allow them to apply their computing skills.

Foundation Subjects at Waterfoot

Religious Education Yearly Overviews

The Arts (Art, Design Technology and Music) Yearly Overviews

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