At Breamore Primary, we aim to offer a rich, broad and balanced curriculum to all pupils.
We are always pleased to discuss the curriculum with you.
You will receive information about the work your child will be doing during the year, at the beginning of each academic term. You will receive an annual report outlining your child’s attainment and progress.
The National Curriculum
The National Curriculum sets out what is to be taught in all state schools. Each school may determine how this is taught.
English, Maths, Science, Information Communication Technology (ICT) and Religious Education (RE)
History, Geography, Technology, Music, Art, PE
|The Curriculum is split into:|
|Key Stage 1:||Year 1 and Year 2|
|Key Stage 2:||Year 3, Year 4, Year 5 and Year 6.|
Children in the Reception Class follow the Foundation Stage Curriculum, which is organised into six areas of learning:
- personal & social development
- communication, literacy & language
- mathematical development
- knowledge & understanding of the world
- physical development
- creative development
As a Church of England Foundation School, RE teaching is based on Christian beliefs and traditions, but with an ecumenical approach. We aim to foster in pupils an understanding and knowledge of the Christian faith, and a high code of conduct showing care, tolerance and respect for each other and other faiths and cultures.
Religious Education is planned and delivered in accordance with Government requirements and County guidelines.
Collective Acts of Worship
At Breamore Primary School, worship is a daily event taking various forms. We have very close links with Breamore Church and we are supported by the leaders of this and other local Churches.
|Sex and Relationship Education (see Policies in Parents section)|
Sex and Relationship Education is taught within the broader context of Health and Science Education, and the programme follows the Local Education Guidelines. It is delivered in a sensitive way, seen within the context of caring and stable relationships, and taught at levels appropriate to children’s development and maturity.
Parents are invited to view materials and discuss content prior to any learning programme being introduced.
- Key Stage 1 (Year 2) and
- Key Stage 2 (Year 6)
The results of these are reported to parents annually.