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The School Curriculum

 

At Mickleton Primary School we aim to provide a broad and balanced curriculum in which children are given the opportunity to take part in a range of activities. We encourage all children to become active learners and to ask questions and they are given the opportunity to work independently, in groups with their peers and as a whole class. We feel that it is very important that the children know what they are learning and what they need to do in order to succeed. The more success the children can achieve, the more secure and confident they will become in school.

 

The school follows the Foundation Stage Curriculum and the National Curriculum.

The Foundation stage curriculum provides the basis of an integrated approach to learning which concentrates on the following six key areas:

         Personal and Social Development

         Language and Literacy

         Mathematics                                                        

         Knowledge and Understanding of the World

         Physical Development

         Creative Development

The National curriculum consists of four core subjects and six foundation subjects as detailed below:

Core Subjects

Foundation Subjects

 

Numeracy

Literacy

Science
Information, Communication, Technology (ICT)

 

History

Geography

Art

Music

Physical Education (PE)

Design Technology (DT)