We recognise that the school’s curriculum comprises of all learning and experiences that we provide in school and offer to our pupils. The national curriculum forms only one part of this and we have embraced the freedom offered to provide children with irresistible learning opportunities.
We offer an inspiring, broad and engaging curriculum, ensuring each child develops a lively, creative and curious mind.
The curriculum is underpinned by our school values, and it enables us to create a climate where all children can grow and flourish.
We achieve this in a variety of ways:
Through this curriculum we strive to ensure that each child develops a lively, creative and curious mind. Our intent through this broad and balanced curriculum is for children to have the best possible opportunities to become:
Topics are covered on a 2 yearly cycle. More detailed overviews can be found on the class pages:
Clutton School are excited to share with you our recommended reads for key stage 2 children.
Some are classic stories, some are written by new, inspiring authors. Please explore the lists.
National Curriculum Recommendations for extra reading
are listed on our Amazon Wish list.
[DISCLAIMER:You do not have to buy the book through Amazon, we just thought it was a simple way to list them]
You can download the New Curriculum Guide for Parents here.
Phonics and Reading Schemes:
Phonics is taught daily in Reception and Year 1 based on
the letters and sounds scheme.
See Cherry Class webpage for more information and guidance on this.
Reading books are banded according the national reading book banding system and contain a variety of schemes including Oxford Reading Tree, Songbirds and Project X for more able readers about to embark on chapter books.
Please have a look at our School Policies Page for information regarding Clutton School specific subject guidelines, as well as Trust-wide subject policies and Key Stage Policies for assessment and curriculum.