To be the best that we can be.
The Long Term Plan below reflects the way that we deliver the National Curriculum at Ightenhill. Where possible, the school follow a whole school theme, broken down into key learning questions and learning challenges. This approach allows children to demonstrate their school values and encourages them to apply their learning skills. Children are encouraged to be active learners; taking responsibility for their own learning. In addition to this, our curriculum places high emphasis on literacy, immersing children in high quality literature whenever possible.
Recovery Curriculum (Post Covid-19 school closures)
Please note that there are elements of our curriculum that account for 'lost learning'. In some learning challenges - particularly in Key Stage Two - there may be objectives from the Key Stage One National Curriculum which are re-visited to ensure that children have the prior knowledge required to progress to the Key Stage Two objectives.
Here is some information on the 'floor book' approach we use in Reception.
Please find below the end of year expectations for each year group. If you would like to discuss these, please do not hesitate to contact your child's class teacher. Alternatively, these will be discussed at our parent information evenings.
If you would like a copy of any of these, please visit our School Office.