Happy Children Love Learning
Our curriculum is based on the National Curriculum 2014 and the Early Years Foundation Stage Statutory Framework and Development Matters. To find out more about the National Curriculum and EYFS Framework - use the links below.
What do you do if you find something difficult?
Ask for help from a friend or a teacher.
Have a go.
Mrs Snowball says ‘If it’s tricky draw a piccy’.
What do you do when somebody in your class finds something difficult?
Give them a clue.
Don’t help them – only if they’re really stuck.
Encourage them to do it.
We use a system of synthetic phonics following the Read Write Inc scheme to teach early reading and to give pupils the essential skills they need to be able to read and write. Mrs Jan Snowball leads our phonics curriculum, you can contact her at email@example.com
For information on our English curriculum please contact Mrs Snowball (firstname.lastname@example.org
We use a maths programme called Big Maths to teach basic numeracy skills. For information on our Maths curriculum contact Mrs Smith (email@example.com)
Information on the RE curriculum used a Pocklington CE (VC) Infants can be found here. Please contact Dr Bartram if you require more information at firstname.lastname@example.org
Information on the PE curriculum used a Pocklington Infants, our after school clubs and opportunities to participate in team sports can be found here. Please contact Mrs Matthews on email@example.com
Information on our PSHE curriculum can be found here. Our subject lead is Dr Bartram, please contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions. For information on our Relationship and Health Education please click here.
Our Science curriclum lead is Miss Fry, please contact her on email@example.com
We use Charanga Music scheme to teach the national curriculum for music. Our music lead is Dr Bartram, please contact her on firstname.lastname@example.org.
We use Big Maths as our scheme to teach pupils maths basic maths skills and to promote maths fluency. Big Maths is a systematic and structured programme that ensures pupils become properly numerate. Please click for more information on Big Maths.
For information on our History curriculum please contact Mrs King (email@example.com)
For information on our Geography curriculum please contact Mrs King (firstname.lastname@example.org)
For information on Relationship Education please contact Dr Bartram.