Here is what your child will be learning over the coming terms. If you require any further information on the school curriculum, please make an appointment to speak to the class teacher or subject co-ordinator.

Foundation Subject Curriculum Maps

The links below will give you an over view of what your child will be learning this year.

For a more detailed look at what your child will be learning in each term please click the links below.

As we progress through the year more details will become available to you.

Reading and Phonics

In Foundation Stage children become familiar with story language and poetry. They repeat words and phrases and begin to recognise rhythm in the spoken word and rhyme. They identify familiar words and signs. Early phonic phases are introduced which focus on hearing the sounds in words and linking sounds to letters.

This is continued in KS1 with children developing different strategies to help decode new words when reading and phonics is applied to spelling through the Letters and Sounds programme.

Oxford Reading Tree and Collins BigCat are the main reading schemes used in KS1. The LA spelling toolkit is used across the school and children become more familiar with a wide range of text types and develop higher order reading skills further e.g. inference and deduction.

At all stages children are involved in shared, paired, group, guided or independent reading and reading for pleasure is nurtured. Parents are encouraged to listen to their children read at home and to talk about books/read stories to their children

Pupils have access to the newly updated school library and a ‘Reading Buddy’ club operates between years 5/6 and year 2 pupils. Paper copies of the children’s newspaper ‘First News’ are available to years 1-6 and there are linked online activities. An interactive IT phonics and spelling program ‘Reading Eggs’ can be accessed in school and at home.

The school also offers reading intervention for pupils who are not making expected progress or who find reading difficult.

For further information on The National Curriculum please follow the link below.

National Curriculum for Primary Schools

Here at Broad Square Primary we promote British values arcoss the entire curriculum. Click the link below to see how this is achieved.

British Values

School Safety Messages

Spiritual, Moral, Social & Cultural Development

Extra-curricular Activities

The link below contains a table of all the the extra-curricular activities, trips and visitors that enhance your child's learning experience.

Extra-curricular Activites, Trips & Visitors

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