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Welcome to Our Curriculum Page

 

At Southam Primary School we pride ourselves on the outstanding curriculum that we offer our children.

 

Our curriculum:

*Develops the whole child- their knowledge, skills, understanding and attitudes

*Is broad, balanced and has a clear progression in subject knowledge and skills

*Is filled with rich first-hand purposeful experiences

*Is responsive to the needs and interests of our children

*Encourages links with places and people beyond the classroom

*Makes meaningful links between areas of knowledge across the curriculum and issues relevant to our children

*Has local, national and international links

*Has an eye on the future and the needs of future citizens

Southam Primary School Curriculum Overview 2016- 2017

 

 

Autumn 1

Autumn 2

Spring 1

Spring 2

Summer 1

Summer 2

Reception

Tasty Tales and Revolting Rhymes

 

 

Frozen Planet

 

Abracadabra

To Infinity and Beyond

 

Magic Beans

 

Buried Treasure

 

 

 

Autumn Term

Spring Term

Summer Term

Years 1 & 2

Nights Drawing In

 

Dungeons and Dragons

 

Out and About

Years 3 & 4

Vikings and Anglo Saxons

 

 

Ancient Egyptians

 

Rivers and Dinosaurs

 

Years 5 & 6

Space

 

 

Romans

 

Victorians

 

 

Southam Primary School Curriculum Overview 2015- 2016 (Cycle 2)

 

Autumn 1

Autumn 2

Spring 1

Spring 2

Summer 1

Summer 2

Reception

Tasty Tales and Revolting Rhymes

 

Let’s Party

 

Rumble in the Jungle

 

Incredible Heroes

 

The World’s Largest Beasts

 

Down at the Bottom of the Garden

Year 1

All About Me

 

Traction Man

 

An Island Home

 

Dragons and Eggs

 

Dragons and Eggs

 

Out and About

 

Year 2

Castles

 

Fire!

 

Living and Growing

 

Ocean Odyssey

 

Year 3

Recycling

 

Magical Worlds

 

Tudors

 

Coasts

 

Year 4

Recycling

 

Magical Worlds

 

Tudors

 

Coasts

 

Year 5

World War II

 

Explorers

 

Ancient Greece

 

Year 6

World War II

 

Explorers

 

Ancient Greece

 

 

Children in EYFS and Key Stage 1 follow the Letters and Sounds phonics programme and begin reading the Oxford Reading Tree books.
Further information about the curriculum your child is learning can be found on your child's class page in the termly letter to parents. If you would like any more information about the curriculum please contact your child's class teacher.

2014 New National Curriculum Overview