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Sedgeford primary school
 Curriculum information
Every child at Sedgeford Primary School has access to a broad and balanced curriculum. The curriculum comprises all the varied and exciting activities and experiences we offer to the children and includes all the statutory requirements of the Early Years and National Curriculum. We plan a creative curriculum in order to provide our children with an integrated approach to learning, covering academic and personal development and the development of global awareness.

Early Years Foundation Stage: Children begin school with a wealth of skills and knowledge, the transition for starting school is extremely important to the school.  Pupils in Reception work towards the Early Learning Goals in six areas of learning:
  • Communication, Language and Literacy
  • Problem Solving; Reasoning and Numeracy
  • Knowledge and Understanding of the World
  • Physical Development
  • Creative Development.

National Curriculum: Children at Key Stages 1 and 2 study 12 subject areas. These are categorised as:

  • Core subjects: English, Mathematics, Science and Computing.
  • Foundation subjects: History, Geography, Design and Technology, Art, Music and Physical Education.

Religious Education is also a compulsory subject. The school follows the Norfolk Agreed Syllabus for this subject.  All parents can request for their child to be withdrawn from RE.
 
In addition we teach Personal, Social and Health Education (PSHE) including: citizenship,
environmental education, cookery and gardening.
 
The Basic Skills of Reading, Writing and Mathematics are given a high priority.
 



The reading scheme we are using in Key Stage 1 is called ReadWrite (PDF)

There is more information here in our curriculum statement .

If you would like further details please contact the school.

Do you want to help your child with maths at home?


There are a number of websites that you can go to that have some great maths activities.

Here's a list of links you can download (PDF)