We follow the ATLP curriculum for most our wider curriculum subjects - Science, History, Geography, Art, DT, MFL.
School leaders across the partnership work collaboratively to develop and embed an exciting, engaging curriculum constructed through four core principles:
- The growing understanding of cognitive science and it’s impact on pupil outcomes
- The importance of building and applying knowledge
- Collaborative resourcing and strategic planning to impact positively on teacher workload and well-being
- Addressing social disadvantage and ensuring equality across the MAT, considering our cultural capital
There are 5 pillars which underpin all planning, teaching and learning:
- Teaching the 'right' learning - planning for and teaching tricky concepts.
- Development of schemata - ordering and sequencing learning in a logical way.
- Spaced practice - signposting and re-teaching key concepts.
- Retrieval practice - building in retrieval as this process strengthens learning.
- The application of knowledge - Applying key concepts and skills in varying contexts.
See below the subject overviews for Spring and Summer 2022 for Year 1 - Year 6
Curriculum Overviews (ATLP)
We use J2e for our Computing curriculum and follow the Internet Legends and Internet Citizens approach for e-safety. This ensures progression and consistency in computing and e-safety across the key stages, thus ensuring opportunities for retrieval and spaced practice across the years.
We follow a mindful approach to PSHE through the PSHE Jigsaw programme.
We follow The Power to PE approach across KS1 and KS2.
Please see the 'RE Curriculum' page for more information about Religious Education.