In order to implement our curriculum intent we offer a safe, inclusive and nurturing environment where the curriculum is knowledge-rich, inspirational and relevant to the children’s present needs as well as their future aspirations. Our curriculum is carefully sequenced, and the content taught in a logical progression, in order to enable pupils to build the knowledge and skills required to meet the agreed end points.
We use knowledge organisers across the curriculum. They include the key facts and information that children need to have a sound understanding of each topic and are organised into easy-to-digest chunks. These can be found in the classes section of this page.
Whole School Curriculum Map
To view the long term Curriculum map for Snettisham Primary School please click on the link below:
Individual Class Knowledge Organisers:
Please click on the class tab below to view the Knowledge Organisers for the current term.
Reception - Willow Class
Willow Class has a strong ethos of learning new skills and developing through an effective balance of adult directed learning and child initiated play. Children are effectively challenged through our stimulating environment, resources and high quality questioning to enable them to reach their full potential.
Children are exposed to indoor and outdoor learning on a daily basis allowing them to learn from their immediate environment. As well as a focus on the specific areas of learning (reading, writing and maths) the children in Willow class are given many opportunities to develop their sense of well-being, relationships with their peers, speaking and listening skills and understanding of the world around them. This is through regular show and tell sessions, trips out such as the farm, caring for our class caterpillars and circle times!
We aim to support children to develop in all areas of the curriculum and their personal well-being to ensure they have a strong start on their journey of lifelong learning!
Please click on the link below to view our knowledge organisers for this term:
Years 1 and 2 - Oak Class
Years 3 and 4 - Ash Class
Years 5 and 6 - Birch Class