We have developed a new curriculum that meets the requirements of the latest National Curriculum review.
Our curriculum continues to ensure that our children’s learning is both meaningful and benefits from a specific focus on the core requirements of the English and Mathematics curriculum. This exciting development includes a computing curriculum that will integrate new technologies, programming and media into school life.
The curriculum is underpinned by the National Curriculum (2014) and is constantly reviewed and updated to ensure it is relevant and engaging for all our children and equips them with the many skills needed for their future education. We provide an exciting, creative curriculum that is matched to the children’s needs and provides challenge and support where appropriate.
As we have mixed year groups we have continued to work in two phases and where possible we will continue to have a whole school topic as we know how much the children enjoy this. The two phases are:
1: Reception, Year 1, Year 2 and Year 3
2: Year 4, Year 5 and Year 6
We have mapped out a three year cycle. This cycle will mean that children do not repeat a particular topic.
See our Topic Cycle here.
We are confident that our broad and balanced curriculum ensures that when children leave our school they will have the knowledge, skills and values to live as local, national and global citizens.
We encourage the children to develop self-confidence, a sense of responsibility, initiative and respect for religious and moral views. As a Christian School, our Christian Values are embedded throughout our curriculum as are our British Values.
The National Curriculum is taught throughout the School from Reception to Key Stage 1 (age 7) and Key Stage 2 (age 11).
As we have split age classes the Foundation Subjects and topics are taught following a three year rolling programme. Teachers plan together to ensure consistency across split age groups.
At Slinfold we seek to create opportunities for children to experience and excel in a range of activities that enhance and extend National Curriculum. Children have opportunities both inside and outside the classroom e.g. Forest School Days, Residential trips, gifted and talented days, a variety of sporting events, visitors, theatre and drama groups and enrichment mornings. We also have excellent after school clubs.
Phonics & Spelling
Progression in calculation
RE Key Stage 1
RE Key Stage 2
Hamble Spring 2017
Hamble Summer 2017
Hamble Autumn 2017
Medway Spring 2017
Medway Summer 2017
Medway Autumn 2017
Arun Spring 2017
Arun Summer 2017
Arun Autumn 2017
Adur Spring 2017
Adur Summer 2017
Adur Autumn 2017
Rother Spring 2017
Rother Summer 2017
Rother Autumn 2017