Manor Primary School
ORGANISING THE CURRICULUM AT MANOR SCHOOL Most of the school’s teaching follows the National Curriculum. In Key Stages 1 and 2 there are 3 core subjects: English
and 8 foundation subjects: Art & Design
Foreign Language (KS2 only) Music
We also teach: Personal, Social and Health Education Religious Education
Each subject has Programmes of Study, which shows what should be taught in each Year Group. This does not mean that each subject will always be taught separately. We plan and teach in ways that will help pupils to apply their learning and see connections between different subjects and real life. We try to teach in ways that will be accessible to all pupils – and make provision for different styles of learning.
In the Early Years the curriculum is slightly different. We follow the EYFS framework which is underpinned by 4 main principles:
A unique child, positive relationships, enabling environments, learning and development.
It highlights the importance of learning through play. It also emphasises the valuable opportunities that learning outdoors can offer.
There are three prime areas – Personal, Social & Emotional Development, Communication & Language and Physical Development.
The prime areas will help the children to develop skills in four specific areas – Literacy, Mathematics, Understanding the World and Expressive Arts & Design. An important aspect of this phase of a child’s learning is the opportunity it provides for them to make their own choices and to explore things that they are interested in.
Physical Education Science
Design & Technology History
SPECIAL EDUCATIONAL NEEDS
Manor welcomes all pupils within our community regardless of their ability or needs. Children with Special Education Needs will be admitted to the school, subject to the additional support they require being available from within existing school resources or being provided by the Local Education Authority. The physical environment of the school site prevents us from making the school fully accessible. If we have concerns about your child we will share them with you and ask for your support. If you have concerns about your child, please share them.
We work very hard to support all pupils to ensure that they make the best possible progress. The Inclusion Manager oversees the provision for children who have special educational needs, and works closely with both families and a wide range of outside agencies to ensure that we are meeting their needs.
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