Curriculum overview

* Be Caring * Be Aspirational * Be Respectful * Be Positive * Be Resilient * Be Independent
We dream, then believe. We work together to prepare and persevere to achieve.

At Rocks Park we believe that all children are entitled to a rich and balanced curriculum. Knowledge and skills should be built upon year on year with opportunities to apply these across both core and foundation subjects. Our teachers work together to create a flow of learning over the course of a term. Much of their work sits within the context of their Learning Journey meaning English skills are practised through ‘topic’ work and foundation subject knowledge is enhanced and shared through an English context. Science is incorporated in the the flow of learning when it will best enhance children's understanding of scientific knowledge and concepts. Scientific Enquiry skills are taught throughout the school year. The teaching of mathematics often sits outside of the flow of learning, however teachers carefully plan opportunities when pre-taught maths skills can be reinforced and applied through the flow of their learning journeys. Knowledge and skills progression maps have been developed by our staff and subject leaders to ensure clear guidance for staff so that knowledge is built upon and skills are developed and enhanced year on year. These can be found on individual subject pages. Please look at our Curriculum overviews below to get a more comprehensive view of your children’s learning at Rocks Park.

Rocks Park Curriculum intent.

Aims for our learners:

• To ensure children develop into independent learners who have a love of learning throughout their lifetime

• To ensure learners experience positivity, engagement and creativity through a broad and well balanced curriculum with opportunities for real life experiences incorporating visits and school trips

• To ensure learners acquire new skills and knowledge and skills through clear progression and application

• To ensure children enjoy learning that is relevant to their lifetime on a local and global scale

• To enable children to develop the skills of a reflective learner with a focus on growth mind set and a positive self-belief in their own capabilities

•To ensure that all areas of the curriculum and achievements within these are celebrated

• To ensure children attain good physical and mental health throughout their lives and give them skills and strategies to achieve this

You can find the curriculum cycles and overview for each year group here. Medium term plans are available on the class pages.

EYFS for website.pdf

EYFS Overview

Year 1 and 2 LONG TERM PLAN.pdf

Y1/Y2 Overview

Year 3 and 4 curriculum map.pdf

Y3/Y4 Overview

LTP Year 5 and 6 curriculum map.pdf

Y5/Y6 Overview

PRIMARY_national_curriculum.pdf

For further information about the curriculum, please talk to your child's class teacher, open the attachment (Primary National Curriculum) or follow the link to the National Curriculum website.

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/national-curriculum-in-england-primary-curriculum

British Values.pdf
Homework Policy (2).pdf