Curriculum Overview

All children at Kingston Park Primary School receive a relevant, stimulating, balanced curriculum, which is carefully differentiated to meet the individual child’s needs.

 

We believe that the curriculum should be as exciting and stimulating as possible. We actively seek to promote a love of learning by making school fun and relevant whilst at the same time ensuring standards are high in order to prepare your children for their future.

 

All our children are taught in mixed ability classes. Activities are differentiated to match the abilities of each child so that they have appropriate challenges and can progress at their own rate. The children are usually taught as a whole class but may also work with adults in smaller groups or individually. Teachers utilise a range of teaching approaches so that all children can be actively involved.

 

Key Stage 1 & 2

Children in Years 1 to 6 (Key Stages 1 & 2) follow the subjects of the National Curriculum. The new revised National Curriculum came into place in September 2014. We revised and updated our schemes of work in line with the new curriculum.

 

All National Curriculum subjects, in accordance with the Education Reform Act, are taught at all levels. This includes a daily English and Mathematics lesson.

 

Core subjects ~ English, Mathematics and Science

Foundation subjects ~ Art & Design, Computing (ICT), Design and Technology, Modern Foreign Language (Spanish in Years 3 to 6 only), Geography, History, Music and PE.       

Cross-curricular subjects ~  Personal, Social, Health Education (PSHE) and Citizenship.

Religious Education is taught across the school.

To read more about each curriculum subject please read our school brochure.

 

Foundation Stage

 

Excuse the mess..... the children are making learning memories

 

Children in Nursery and Reception class follow the Early Years Foundation Stage Curriculum. This comprises of seven key areas of learning and development which are:

 

The prime areas of learning ~ Communication and Language, Physical Development and Personal, Social and Emotional Development

The specific areas of learning ~ Literacy, Mathematics, Understanding the World and Expressive Arts and Design