At Wilbury Junior School we believe that our curriculum should be broad, balanced and relevant and meet the needs of all children whatever their ability. We ensure the children have a range of learning experiences that challenge, stimulate and promote thinking and learning. The curriculum meets statutory requirements.
The curriculum is taught through discrete subjects teaching of English, Maths Science, P.E., P.S.H.E. and R.E. along with a Creative Curriculum that embraces all other subject areas and embeds English and Maths.
We use the National Curriculum for all subjects.
We also use The Herts County Scheme for RE. Twinkl scheme of work for Science and Purple Mash scheme and resources for Computing.
For Maths we use the government approved scheme of work ‘Power Maths’ and for English we use a range of resources including HFL and Literacy Shed resources.
For PE, we plan using our PE curriculum map, which breaks down the National Curriculum aims into specific objectives based on skills that children should achieve in each year group.
Long Term plans for each subject area ensure complete coverage of the curriculum, consistency across year groups and progress throughout the school.
The children are taught with their year groups with some children being withdrawn for small group support.
Each term we keep parents/carers informed about the topics which their children will be learning. The latest curriculum letters can be found on our class pages.
Please find below further information for each subject including knowledge organisers which outline details of the curriculum topics for each year group.