Curriculum plans for the Spring term

Please click on the links below to open current curriculum plans for 2018/2019 and home learning tasks.



Key Stage 1

Lower Key Stage 2

Upper Key Stage 2



Autumn 2018

Key Stage 1

Lower Key Stage 2

Upper Key Stage 2


Key Stage 1

A PDF version of the 2018 KS1 Parent Meeting with information on home reading, curriculum and handwriting development.
KS1 Parent Meeting Presentation
Download this handy guide with information on how we teach maths mastery in year 1. It includes advice on ways you can support your child’s maths development at home.

As a school for phonics we follow the Read Write Inc programme in KS1


Lower Key Stage 2

Year 4 Home Learning will be set on Purple Mash set under the ‘2 Do’ tab.


Upper Key Stage 2

Home Learning

In Years 5 and 6 this half-term the children’s Home Learning will be set on Purple Mash. The children’s work is set under the ‘2 Do’ tab on a Friday and must be electronically handed in via Purple Mash by Thursday at the latest. Your child’s username and password for Purple Mash can be found in the inside cover of their school diary. The library is open at lunchtimes for the children to use the school computers and tablets should they need for their Home Learning. Alternatively, these resources are also accessible at the schools’ Homework Club. 


Below are some great Writing home sheets, so you can see what is expected from each year group.

English writing handouts year 1

English writing handouts year 2

English writing handouts years 3 and 4

English writing handouts year 5

English writing handouts year 6

Below you will find details of the Maths home help sheets for each year group.

EYFS Maths

Year 1 Maths

Year 2 Maths

Year 3 Maths

Year 4 Maths

Year 5 Maths

Year 6 Maths

Throughout everything we do in school, the children will be taught and encouraged to;

  • develop their self-knowledge, self-esteem and self-confidence.
  • respect others.
  • accept responsibility for their behaviour, show initiative, and to understand how they can contribute positively to the lives of those living and working in the locality of the school and to society more widely.
  • acquire a broad general knowledge of how to conduct themselves and show respect in various public places e.g. how to behave in church.
  • distinguish right from wrong and to respect the law of England.
  • be tolerant of differences between various cultural traditions by enabling students to acquire an appreciation of and respect for their own and other cultures.
  • appreciate that other people may have different views from your own and have some understanding of a democratic process.

We would appreciate parents and carers supporting us in upholding these important Community Values by reinforcing these at home.