Curriculum Policies

Policy documents

Abbey School – Curriculum Policies

At Abbey School we believe in community and a sense of excellence and that it is our responsibility to ensure that every child believes they have the ability to learn and the self-assurance to solve problems and overcome difficulties.

We encourage our pupils to play a positive role in contributing to the life of the school and the wider community – in so doing we help to develop their sense of self-worth.

National Curriculum

In the creative curriculum we place an emphasis on active learning by including the children in discussions, investigations and problem-solving activities. As far as possible, learning is based on the children’s first hand experiences.

The curriculum goes beyond the legally required elements of the National Curriculum documentation and we aim to deliver a creative, cultural, sporting and intellectual experience that offers exciting opportunities for learning.

You will find a list of Abbey School’s curriculum policies below with the date that they were last updated. You can choose to view the PDF in a new window in your browser or you may download the document to your computer to view later.

STATEMENT of ACCESS to ABBEY SCHOOL POLICIES

A copy of any Abbey School policy below will be forwarded, (free of charge), on request by current or prospective parents.


 

CURRICULUM SUBJECTS in a nutshell (October 2017)

CURRICULUM POLICY (October 2017)

Reading KPIs (October 2017)

Writing KPIs (October 2017)

Maths KPIs (October 2017)

Phonics Statement (October 2017)

 


 

If you should have any queries about any of the Curriculum Policies found here please contact our Administrator on 01803 327868 for clarification.

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