Curriculum

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Wormley C of E Primary follow the 2014 Primary National Curriculum. Parents can find more information about the National curriculum by following the link below. On this page you find links to supporting documents specific to each of the main areas of our curriculum.  Please note the curriculum is reviewed regularly to ensure we are providing the knowledge and skills suitable for all children. If you require more specific information speak with the class teacher or contact the school admin team.

The entire National Curriculum can be viewed following this link

Curriculum Aims

Wormley Curriculum Map

Art

Developing an approach to teaching and learning in Art and Design

Computing

Developing an approach to teaching and learning in Computing (NCCE version)

Design Technology

Developing an approach to teaching and learning in DT

English

English curriculum overview

Developing an approach to teaching and learning in English

English: Phonics & Spelling

To teach phonics in a systematic way we follow Letters and Sounds. Below you find an information leaflet outlining our approach.

Letters and sounds information for parents

Rainbow words

Early Years Foundation Stage Curriculum

Click Here for our EYFS prospectus

Early Years Foundation Stage Curriculum Framework

French

Scheme of Learning French

Geography

Developing an approach to teaching and learning in Geography

History

Developing an approach to teaching and learning in History

Mathematics

Approach to teaching and learning in maths

Maths policy

Music

Developing an approach to teaching and learning in Music

PE

Developing an approach to teaching and learning in PE