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The Curriculum at Huncoat Primary School

On this page you can find out about the curriculum at our school.

Information about our curriculum is also published  in the school brochure, which can be downloaded from the 'Documents' page on the school website.

We follow the National Curriculum for England which was revised in 2014.

A full copy of the National Curriculum is available below.

We deliver our school curriculum through discrete English and Mathematics teaching and by integrating the other National Curriculum subjects into a themed approach of delivery.

The National Curriculum is broken down into teaching units within the Key Learning documents.

A copy of our curriculum overview is available below. This shares the themes taught in each Year group.

Copies of our year group overviews and detailed teaching units are also available for viewing in our class pages.

Copies of Key Learning documents for all subjects are also available below, these are used for planning and assessment.

In the Early Years Foundation Stage we follow the EYFS framework. The framework is an integrated approach to early learning and care. It gives all professionals a set of common principles and commitments to deliver quality early education and childcare experiences to all children.


Documents for downloading

Primary National Curriculum

Early Years Foundation Stage Framework

Curriculum Overview

Year 1 Overview

Year 2 Overview 

Year 3 Overview

Year 4 Overview 

Year 5 Overview 

Year 6 Overview 

PSHE Scheme

Teaching of Reading

In EYFS and Key Stage 1 we use the Oxford Reading Tree Reading scheme, this is supplemented by other colour banded reading books.

We teach our children to read using synthetic phonics to our pupils in EYFS and Key Stage 1 by using the Read Write Inc. Scheme of Work.

In Key Stage 2 we use an intervention programme called Fresh Start to support pupils who need additional help with their Literacy work.