Learning is regularly assessed in order to provide feedback to learners and to address any misconceptions. Teachers then plan appropriate challenge in future lessons building on new knowledge acquired and retained to ensure that children learn more and remember more. Summative assessment may occur at the end of a unit of work, during assessment weeks each term or at the end of the key stage. Formative assessment, used daily, helps children to paint a clear picture of their strengths as well as gaps in learning. Teachers use a range of formative assessment strategies that include quizzes, summary tasks, mini presentations and the use of information technology.
Curriculum planning is derived from the use of the 3Ps:
The PURPOSE stipulates what we want our children to achieve.
The PROCESS shows how we ensure that all our children access our curriculum offer.
The PRODUCT identifies what impact we want our curriculum to have on our pupils.
Click on the subject links below, for an overview of the learning from Early Years to Year 6.
Please visit your child’s class page to see what they are learning about each term.