Curriculum

We strive to provide a broad based, balanced, coherent curriculum which satisfies the needs of the pupils in our care. Children work at levels which are appropriate to their aptitude and capability. Children may be taught as a class, in groups or as an individual. A mixture of formal and informal methods are used to deliver the curriculum. The National Curriculum provides the centre around which the school's curriculum is built. Early Years lessons at Burton Morewood are taught following the Early Years Foundation Stage Curriculum. We are delighted to have, in previous years, been awarded a Kite Mark for excellence in Early Years and a Leading Aspect Award. If you'd like to know more about our curriculum, please contact your child's teacher or a member of senior management. 

"An excellent curriculum enables pupils to achieve well. Pupils learn exceptionally well in all aspects of sport, music and history and develop an advanced understanding of global issues" Ofsted July 2014

Foundation Stage - Reception

Phonics : End of Year Expectations

 


 

Key Stage 1

Year 1

Phonics : End of Year Expectations

Annual Planning : Autumn Curriculum Overview : Autumn Home Learning

 

Year 2

Phonics : End of Year Expectations

Annual Planning : Autumn Curriculum Overview : Autumn Home Learning


 

Lower Key Stage 2

Year 3

End of Year Expectations

Annual Planning : Autumn Curriculum Overview : Autumn Home Learning

Year 4

End of Year Expectations

Annual Planning : Autumn Curriculum Overview : Autumn Home Learning


Upper Key Stage 2

Year 5

End of Year Expectations

Annual Planning : Autumn Curriculum Overview : Autumn Home Learning

Year 6

End of Year Expectations

Annual Planning : Autumn Curriculum Overview : Autumn Home Learning