We plan and deliver an exciting integrated Curriculum.
Our Curriculum is a structured framework of termly or half termly themed Learning Units for each primary school year group. It covers Foundation subjects, RE and Science and is fully mapped to cover the National Curriculum requirements.
Each subject is fully progressive and follows a skills and knowledge based approach through detailed long term plans.
This approach allows teachers to be creative whilst providing them with the support and framework that is needed for a consistently delivered and planned whole-school curriculum. This ensures that the National Curriculum is being covered and that our learners and teachers go home every day excited and buzzing about their day.
Each half term we provide parents with Curriculum Overviews and subject Knowledge Oranisers so that you are aware of what your children will be learning (see individual class pages for links to these Overviews and Knowledge Organisers).
All aspects of our curriculum are accessible to all children, irrespective of their ethnic background, gender, disability, religious or linguistic background. We strive hard to meet the needs of those pupils with special educational needs, those with disabilities, those who are more able, those with special gifts and talents and the children who are learning English as an additional language. We provide a rich, challenging curriculum, which stretches all of our children. Staff are aware of children who have exceptional talents and gifts and monitor or track their progress carefully to ensure their academic potential or talent is continually developed. For further details see separate policies: Inclusion, More Able, Gifted and Talented
For more information about what your child is learning please take a look at the subject sections below or your child's class page where you will find our current curriculum overview and detailed Knowledge Organisers or speak with their class teacher.
Here you will find Manor School's Long Term Curriculum Plans.
This year (2021-2022) we are following Cycle 2 of our two year curriculum programme of study.