Class bubbles will be taught a broad and balanced curriculum from September ensuring that all children develop their knowledge and understanding in the core, foundation and creative subjects. Within the first two weeks, PSHRE will form a focus within the classroom re-establishing classroom expectations, routines and the creation of safe spaces for all children to learn and share experiences after what has been a long and on occasion worrying period of time.
Class teachers have a clear understanding of learning that will not have been taught during the school closure and shall use a range of assessment for learning techniques to enable children to make accelerated progress so they reach age related expectations at the end of the year. Teachers will focus on the core skills of Maths and English in other areas of the curriculum so the children can make greater progress in these areas.
Due to restrictive movements around the school and to prevent contact with other class bubbles, children will only change their shoes for P.E lessons in the first term. All P.E lessons will happen outside on the school's MUGA adhering to the guidance as set out in documents from the DFE. If the weather deteriorates and prevents such P.E lessons taking place, Miss Dark will be providing Health lessons using guidance from the PSHRE curriculum that is in place in school. Focus of these lessons will develop the children's understanding of what it is to be healthy through healthy eating, healthy habits and healthy minds.
All curriculum overviews for the subjects can be found on the website under our learning.