Curriculum Intent

To provide opportunities in all areas of the curriculum, through a progression of knowledge and skills with the aim to create happy, respectful children, who challenge themselves, take risks and develop their resilience for their future lives.

Read our curriculum policy here

 To read the new national curriculum which was implemented in September 2014, please click here

For online guidance and games for the new curriculum, click on the new BBC Bitesize website below:

The following values permeate our planning in both the core and foundation subjects:

  • Helping children recognise and value their individuality and grow in self-esteem and confidence.

  • Encourage children to be curious, imaginative, creative and resilient.

  • Make learning relevant and enjoyable for each child.

  • Promote tolerance and sensitivity towards others and ensure they respect themselves and the beliefs and opinions of others.

  • Develop a spiritual awareness and sense of awe and wonder about the world.

In all lessons, an element of SMSC is planned for ensuring that these values are constantly being developed and referred to, enabling the pupils at The Craylands School to be prepared for living in modern Britain.

Click on the links below to see what your child will be learning in their class – these are currently being updated and will be finalised shortly.

Funnybones

Elmer

Gruffalo

Stickman

Dahl

Walliams

Horowitz

Morpurgo

Click on the links below to find out how each of these subjects will be taught at The Craylands School:

 

Literacy

Numeracy

Click here to read The Craylands School Calculation Policy.

S.T.A.R. Curriculum

Our S.T.A.R. curriculum is based around the key life skills that help learners to improve their learning and performance in education, work and life. This is taught through the subjects of history, geography, art and design and design technology.

Whole school STAR overview

The STAR under each subject will reveal the INTENT on teaching these subjects in The Craylands School.

HISTORYGEOGRAPHYARTDESIGN TECHNOLOGY