Brampton The Ellis C of E Primary School

Bramton 'The Ellis' C of E Aided School

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National Curriculum

All maintained primary schools in England are required to follow the National Curriculum set by the Department for Education. The National Curriculum sets out both programmes of study (the broad areas pupils should learn) and descriptions of the attainment levels they should reach.

The New National Curriculum

From September 2014 the primary school curriculum has undergone a complete overhaul.

PDF icon Assessment without levels

Why the change? The main goal is to raise standards. Although the new curriculum is intended to be more challenging, the content is actually lighter than the current curriculum, focusing on essential core subject knowledge and skills such as essay writing and computer programming.

What's changed? To find out what has changed and what this means for you and your child we recommend reading the following informative article on the theschoolrun.com website:
"The 2014 national curriculum: what primary school parents need to know"

The Key Stages: Primary school year groups in England can be classified as follows:

Early Years Foundation Stage – Nursery and Reception – ages 3 to 5
Key Stage 1 – Years 1 and 2 – ages 5 to 7
Key Stage 2 – Years 3, 4, 5 and 6  – ages 7 to 11

More detailed information regarding the NEW primary national curriculum on the DfE website, below:

General information about the National Curriculum:

Web icon National Curriculum

 PDF iconY3-Y5 Maths Investigations

 

 

National curriculum in England: Framework for key stages 1 to 4

Web icon Publications: National Curriculum In England Framework For Key Stages 1 to 4 

 

Closing the gap with the new primary national curriculum:
Web icon Closing The Gap With The New Primary National Curriculum

PDF icon Closing The Gap With The New Primary National Curriculum.pdf

 

The Teaching of Reading at Brampton the Ellis Primary School

 PDF icon The Teaching of Reading in Early Years at Brampton Ellis Primary School

PDF icon  KS2 Reading

 

Additional Information

In addition, we will also be publishing further information about the national curriculum and how it has been specifically implemented at our school below:

Curriculum Maps (Overview)

Please click on the below links to view:

PDF icon FS1 Curriculum Map 2016/17

PDF icon FS2 Curriculum Map 2016/17

PDF icon FS2/Y1 Skylark Curriculum Map 2016/17

PDF icon Y1/2 Nightingale Autumn 1 Curriculum Map 2016/17

PDF icon Y1/2 Nightingale Autumn 2 Curriculum Map 2016/17

PDF icon Y2 Puffin Curriculum Map 2016/17

PDF icon Y3 Curriculum Map 2016/17

PDF icon Y4 Curriculum Map 2016/17

PDF icon Y5 Curriculum Map 2016/17

PDF icon Y6 Curriculum Map 2016/17

PDF icon KS1 PE Curriculum Map 2016/17

PDF icon KS2 PE Curriculum Map 2016/17

     

 

 

CLICK HERE TO VIEW ARCHIVED 2015/16 CURRICULUM MAPS

CLICK HERE TO VIEW ARCHIVED 2014/15 CURRICULUM MAPS