Curriculum

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Greengate Junior School Curriculum Intent Statement:

At Greengate Junior School we consider ourselves to be a highly inclusive environment where all learners enjoy learning. We aim to provide opportunities for all children to develop as independent, confident, successful learners with high aspirations so that when they leave Greengate, they are resilient and understand how to make a positive contribution to their community and the wider society, and have a real sense of belonging to a community. All pupils are helped to achieve their potential. We have a high focus on developing children’s moral, spiritual, social and cultural understanding. We also ensure that children are well prepared for life in modern Britain. Those who are ‘most able’ are challenged and encouraged to expand their skills and knowledge. Those who find learning more difficult are encouraged, challenged and given targeted support to embed skills, to develop at their own pace and to learn in a style that best suits their individual needs. We offer this through Nurture and targeted Alternative Provision.
Our curriculum has been carefully designed to ensure coverage of knowledge and progression of skills. We provide pupils with memorable experiences that will help enhance their learning, and opportunities from which children can learn and develop a range of transferable skills.
The curriculum is designed to recognise children’s prior learning – it embraces the community in which it is situated, recognising the rich local history and the geography of the area, as well as making important links with local businesses.

Through a rich and diverse curriculum, we are able raise aspirations and instil a sense of personal pride in achievement, and we provide a purpose and relevance for learning which ultimately helps every student to find strengths and interests.

 

First Aid training for all year three children- October 2019:

  

  

 

Global Strike Day September 2019- Assembly from year six!

  

  

 

Harry Potter experience at Barrow Library 2019.

  

Year six had a virtual £1000 to invest in stocks and shares during this project. Most ‘companies’ made a profit!!

     

At the end of the project, year six had some fun designing/making carrier bags for their ‘company’!

  

Our curriculum takes us out of the classroom too!

Curriculum Policy 2020Download

Learning and Teaching Policy 2019-2020Download

Click a link below to see each year group long-term curriculum plan for topics and foundation subjects:

Year 3 : Download

Year 4: Download

Year 5 : Download

Year 6: Download

Four year curriculum plan 19/20: Download

Year six literacy curriculum 19/20: Downlaod

Year five literacy curriculum 19/20: Download

Year four literacy curriculum  19/20: Download

Year three literacy curriculum  19/20: Download

Numeracy-year-planner-2019-2020 YEAR 3: Download

Numeracy-year-planner-2019-2020 YEAR 4: Download

Numeracy-year-planner-2019-2020 YEAR 5: Download

Numeracy-year-planner-2019-2020 YEAR 6: Download

Maths entitlement for all year groups: Download

Curriculum map Science 2019-2020: Download

SPRING TERM 2019 TOPIC PLANNING:

Class 3J: Download

Class 3M: Download

Class 4L: Download

Class 4I: Download

Class 5G: Download

Class 5R: Download

Class 5W: Download

Class 6A: Download

Class 6H: Download

Greenfinches: Download


For more detailed information about curriculum in our school, please contact:

Mrs. P Hillman (all curricular areas)

Mr N Abernethy (Literacy Co-ordinator) & Mrs. S.Hill (Numeracy Co-ordinator);

Mrs D Ditchfield (Science Co-ordinator)