This section of the website outlines some of the features you may be interested about our school curriculum. This covers how we teach reading, phonics, writing and maths but also our approach to Early Years as well as some other aspects which showcases Sebright’s high quality offer. This includes Sebright Loves Reading, SEAL (Social and Emotional Aspects of Learning) and our excellent provision in Music and Spanish.
KS1 and KS2 Curriculum at Sebright Primary school we aim for our children to develop inquisitive minds, a spirit of curiosity and a passion for life-long learning. Our Golden expectations encourage children to be creative and to initiate and direct their own learning as well as that of others.
Our daily timetable supports a broad and balanced curriculum; focusing on the core subjects in the morning and a wider themed cross-curricular approach in the afternoon. In line with these goals, all of our teachers and support staff are committed to promoting our children’s self-belief as well as providing opportunities to reflect on their learning, and seek to extend themselves mentally, physically and spiritually.
As a school we are committed to educating all our children to equip them with the skills and confidence to fully achieve in an ever changing world, therefore, our curriculum leaders, alongside the experienced management team, have worked to develop a flexible tailor-made Sebright Primary School curriculum that is encompassing the goals of the new national curriculum and does include wide ranging opportunities to explore the arts and humanities, Science, ICT as well as sport, drama, music and dance.
The Sebright curriculum stimulates enjoyment of, and commitment to, learning as a means of encouraging the best possible progress and the highest attainment for all our pupils. It provides skills of literacy, numeracy, science, creativity and communication. It also, assists our children to develop enquiring minds and the ability to think rationally. This prepares them effectively for the next stage in their education.
Our children are expected to make expected standards of progress between KS1 and KS2. Their attainment, effort, progress and behaviour are tracked and their educational experience are personalised to suit their individual needs.
All our children will succeed; no matter what!