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Inglewood Community Nursery & Infant School

Everyone Matters

Curriculum

At Inglewood Community Nursery and Infant School, our learning environment is creative and purposeful and supports our belief that everyone matters.

 

Early Years Curriculum

In Little Fawns, Skylarks and Little Owls, we set up our core provision and change it daily to best

suit the children’s responses to our stimuli. We call this ‘in the moment planning’ and, using a balance of adult –led and child-led activities, ensure that your child develops interests and enthusiasms in a wide range of pre-school activities and learning. Toward the end of your child’s year in Little Owls, we begin the transition into Reception. In our Reception classrooms, our learning environment encompasses playful learning and we plan activities appropriate to your child’s needs through our topic- based curriculum. We also teach phonics, reading, writing, number, and shape and space alongside the topics. Throughout the early years follow the Early Years Statutory Framework to ensure that your child’s needs are met.

 

Key stage 1 Curriculum

We build on the creative learning behaviours that your child has developed in the EYFS and continue our topic-based approach, as well as teaching explicit subject lessons such as English, mathematics, computing and physical education.

 

Whole School approaches

 

We teach phonics every day, using Letters and sounds throughout the school. We use Little Big Maths with our youngest pupils and White Rose Maths in Reception and Key Stage 1. We use a variety of quality reading schemes including Oxford Reading Tree, Rigby Star and Songbird and Ginn which are grouped into levels. Spoken language and writing is a particular focus throughout school and we use the lively Talk for Writing approach. We support all our learners to develop behaviours for learning through using a Stop, Understand, Move-On (SUMO) approach. We complement this with our classroom management which allow learners to work individually, in pairs, in mixed-ability and in challenge groupings.

 

This is the link to the Year 1 curriculum: http://www.primarycurriculum.me.uk/year1

 

This is the link to the year 2 curriculum: http://www.primarycurriculum.me.uk/year2

 

 

 

 

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