About our CLP curriculum
Our uniquely integrated curriculum has a variety of exciting and inspiring projects that have been chosen for each class by linking subjects together in order to make learning more meaningful. Due to our mixed year group classes, our Curriculum is taught over a two year rolling programme which ensures that all components of the National curriculum are taught within each Key stage. Our unique approach in the delivery of our integrated projects ensure that children are involved in their learning. Our curriculum is centred on the principles of "Thinking," "Motivation" and "Engagement" along with teaching skills for life long learning (see our CLP driving the curriculum).
Below you will find a link to each groups overview for cycle A and B.
Below is our school's calculation policy for maths, ideas for maths at home and the KS1 and KS2 Maths workshop slides.
Below is a booklet explaining Spelling, Grammar and Punctuation (SPAG) and the progression in writing document.
We are now part of the Letter-join handwriting scheme and any of our pupils wishing to practise their handwriting at home can now log in to the Letter-join website on iPads and tablets as well as desktop and laptop computers. There you will find the same, easy-to-use handwriting resources as we use at school.
How to log in to Letter-join
DESKTOP AND LAPTOP LOG-IN
Simply go to www.letterjoin.co.uk
and log in, using the Desktop log-in boxes, with these details:
User name: ak1253
IPAD AND TABLET LOG-IN
Go to www.letter-join.co.uk, select the Tablet Login button and log in using these details:
User name: ak1253
Swipe code (starting at top left):
Once logged-in, you will be able to watch how to form all the letters of the alphabet using the same style that we use at school. You can then trace over the letters and words on your tablet and print out the worksheets from your PC for real handwriting practice. Use the link below to log in.
End of Year Expectation Documents:
SMSC and RE Curriculum:
SMSC (Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural development) At CPS- our approach and curriculum links:
At Curdridge Primary School, we recognise that the personal development of pupils, spiritually, morally, socially and culturally, plays a significant part in their ability to learn and achieve. With pupils we discuss their understanding of Spiritual,Moral, Social and Cultural development and have given some examples of how we demonstrate our understanding of it across the curriculum and around our school. This can be found on the document below. It is also strongly linked to our RE curriculum which follows Hampshire's Living Difference III document. For further details please click on the link below and read pages 90-91.
Also please click on our Twitter link to find up to date news regarding SMSC.
At Curdridge Primary School we follow the ‘Letters and Sounds’ phased phonic programme and supplement a ‘synthetic phonics’ approach with a range of resources to suit all learners’ needs.
At Curdridge Primary School we use ‘Book Banding’ to support the early stages of reading as we believe this enables us to offer a rich and varied experience of successful reading. Each book band has its own colour and ranges from Lilac through to Gold (more information can be found at http://www.bugclub.co.uk).