We are committed to providing a rich curriculum for all learners and maximise learning opportunities through the use of well chosen educational visits, topic related days and after school clubs.
We have broken down each of the different subject areas to provide you with helpful advice and further learning opportunities.
Alternatively, visit the class pages to see what your child will be studying this academic year.
The school follows the National Curriculum which can be found below, as well as our current long term plan.
Key Stage 1 currently uses the Oxford Reading Tree scheme for home reading and the Bug Club books in school. The school also uses Phonics Play.
Please click on the following links if you want to access the English Curriculum Map; parent phonics workshops; parent reading workshops; list of recommended reads for each year group; or whole school reading events page to see some fantastic videos of occasions such as World Book Day and the Extreme Reading competition.
This page will be updated soon on how the curriculum is broken down into Digital Literacy, Information Technology and Computer Science. In the meantime, please visit the long term plans attached below.
The latest Nursery and Reception long term plans from St Hilda’s are accessible on the links or to download at the bottom of the page.
The guidance on the standards that schools must meet for the learning, development and care for children under 5 is also attached.
In addition, the Letters and Sounds workshop, presented to parents, is available.
St. Hilda’s follows the national curriculum, which became statutory for all the classes within maintained schools in September 2015.