Our Curriculum

 

Across the Federation we have seized the opportunity new curriculum guidance has given us and have worked collaboratively to create an exciting, active and relevant curriculum for our 21st century learners.

Carefully negotiated projects characterise learning and experiences across the year groups with visits and visitors enriching and deepening children’s understanding.

Read the termly year group ‘Learning Letters’ to get a glimpse of the opportunities Stoke Hill children have from age 3 to 11 click here.

Every part of the school is focused on removing barriers to learning in whatever shape they take. With disabled access throughout, experienced staff have up to date knowledge of additional needs experienced by children and provide knowledgeable support for children where English is an additional language.

We hope your child will be living proof of the breadth and balance of our school’s curriculum across the Federation.  We know that  exciting, meaningful and active learning is inked to:

pupil's age appropriate interests

he seasons/outdoors

the diversity of our setting

appreciation local/regional/national/global events

the interests and passions of staff and pupils

pupil's future roles and responsibilities in society re: sustainability (financial and natural), multiculturalism, tolerance, peace

The documents attached are maps of the Federation's Curriculum 2014-15. Read our Learning Letters, come along to our Curriculum Workshops (see Annual Calendars) look at our displays of learning or talk to your child to  discover the detail.

To find out more about the Stoke Hill curriculum in action please visit the Learning Letter pages for each class. These termly curriculum letters review past learning, outline future projects and provide detail regarding the teaching of English and Mathematics. The letters also include suggestions of how to help your child at home. Click here