Curriculum

The Georgian Gardens Curriculum

 

We have designed a curriculum at Georgian Gardens that takes the children on a journey each term.  This journey begins with a "Stunning Start" and ends with a "Fabulous Finish". This could be anything from a special event, to a trip somewhere or a visitor coming into school. During the term's journey, the children will be exploring different areas of the curriculum in an interesting and creative way.

The grid below shows the topics that the children will be studying each term in the different year groups.

We use Jolly Phonics and a variety of different reading opportunities linked to each child's phonics phase.

For more information about our curriculum please speak to your child's class teacher or contact our school office.

In light of the current situation, the first half term of this year has a PSHE focus to support children's wellbeing. Children will also have the chance to cover any learning missed during the period of school closure through carefully planned and targeted teaching.

 

Georgian Gardens Curriculum Overview 2020 - 2021
 
  Autumn Term Spring Term Summer Term
Year R  Me and My Bear Down on the Farm   Pirates and the Seaside
Year 1 Up, up and Away Knock, Knock! Roll Up, Roll UP!
Year 2 Ocean Adventures  Dragon Quest All About Nature
Year 3  Tour of Britain  Romans Rock Field to Fork
Year 4 Walk like and Egyptian  It's a Kind of Magic  Settlements - Iron Age to Stone Age
Year 5 Is there life on Mars? It Is All Greek To Me Under the Canopy
Year 6  Digging Up The Past Life on Earth All About Aztecs
 
Year Group Overviews
The Georgian Gardens C P School curriculum follows The National Curriculum. The curriculum contains the programmes of study and attainment targets for all subjects, at all key stages. 
Subject Progression of Skills Documents
At Georgian Gardens we value the progression of skills across all subject areas from the moment they arrive in school until the moment they leave. Each subject leader has produced a document that outlines this progression. Teachers use the document to plan very carefully to ensure that no stage is missed.