Curriculum Overview

Please click on the Medium Term Plans below for this half-term:

Reception Plan Spring 2 2020

Key Stage 1 Plan Spring 2 2020

Key Stage 2 Plan Spring 2 2020

Reception Plan Spring 1 2020

Key Stage 1 Plan Spring 1 2020

Key Stage 2 Plan Spring 1 2020

Autumn 2019:

Reception Plan Autumn 2 2019

Key Stage 1 Plan Autumn 2 2019

Key Stage 2 Plan Autumn 2 2019

Reception Plan Autumn 1 2019

Key Stage 1 Plan Autumn 1 2019

Key Stage 2 Plan Autumn 1 2019

Aims:
To nurture and develop well rounded positive, responsible and caring individuals.

  • To make learning fun and give children opportunities to develop their knowledge and skills in order to achieve their full potential.
  • To enable children to work cooperatively with others, develop their independence and foster their creativity.

In order to achieve the above we need to ensure children:
Have firm foundations of basic skills which they can use and apply.

  • Have a broad range of exciting and creative opportunities to discover and nurture their individual talents.
  • Develop a set of core Christian values.
  • Have access and opportunity to achieve their full potential, whilst developing their sense of uniqueness, confidence and self- worth.
  • Develop their awareness of caring for their surrounding environment and the wider world.
  • Appreciate and value the contributions made by all ethnic groups in our multi – cultural society.

St Thomas More Catholic First School’s curriculum encompasses the following:
The National Curriculum core and foundation subjects, which are brought to life through an engaging, inspiring and creative curriculum.

  • RE (which is delivered through the “Learning and growing as the people of God”, Personal Social Health Education, (PSHE) and Citizenship.
  • A programme of enrichment and extra curricula activities which include creative and physical opportunities. For example: music tuition, sports coaching and arts and crafts.

Our Catholic faith is at the heart of everything we teach, believe and celebrate. So that we are learning, loving and living together with Christ.

We strive to involve all children in their learning through regular ‘pupil conferencing’ discussions and adapt topics according to their input.

We value the help, support and skills that our parents contribute to delivering our creative curriculum.