At Furzefield Primary School all pupils have access to a broad range of learning experiences, allowing them to develop their knowledge, understanding, skills and attitudes. The school aims to fully develop each child’s academic potential by providing a challenging and stimulating curriculum and learning environment. The curriculum promotes enjoyment of, and commitment to learning, preparing pupils effectively for the next steps in their education. It provides opportunities for all pupils to learn and to achieve, irrespective of social background, culture, race, gender, differences in ability and disabilities.
Children will experience a broad curriculum through the study of the following subjects: English, mathematics, science, computing, physical education, religious education, PSHE (inc. RSE), history, geography, design & technology, art & design, music and languages. Much of our curriculum is taught through topic work, allowing children to develop a broad range of skills and knowledge. Provision is enriched by educational visits and outdoor learning in order to provide first-hand learning experiences for the pupils. The school recognises that the partnership it has with parents is paramount in ensuring the progress and development of each child.
On this page, you will find specific information on:
- the English, mathematics and science curriculum (Y1-6);
- topic work and the rest of the curriculum (y1-6);
- the Early Years and Foundation Stage (EYFS) curriculum;
- our phonics and reading schemes.
If you have any further questions, please contact your child’s teacher.