Tregoze Primary Learning & Education

Overview

At Tregoze Primary School, we believe that pupils flourish and progress when they are able to access the curriculum. Every one of our pupils has this entitlement and should be able to feel successful in their learning experiences.

We structure learning experiences carefully so that children always feel encouraged and motivated. The teachers’ objectives are made explicit so children know what the expected outcomes are. When planning work, teachers will structure challenges appropriately, to support individuals who may be experiencing difficulty, as well as being able to extend the depth and breadth of study for individuals or groups who exceed the expected level of attainment.

Teachers use a variety of methods to promote learning and the development of key skills. Some lessons might be very teacher-led, while others are highly interactive. Sometimes, we might ask children to work independently, while on other occasions they will work on a specific project as a group. We seek to draw out links between subject areas, and the work of each class is based around one theme or project at a time.

Children are taught mostly by their class teacher. However, some subjects are taught by specialist teachers, such as modern foreign languages, music, and PE

Early Years

Upon joining Tregoze Primary School, children will enter the last phase of the foundation stage (FS2) commonly known as reception. In our reception class, we strive to develop our children’s independence, social skills, and self-confidence. We encourage them to develop their love of learning through playing, talking, observing, experimenting, rehearsing, listening, and responding to adults and each other.

Key Stage One

When children enter key stage 1 in year 1, we ease the transition from reception by providing them with a curriculum that still involves learning through play. We use continuous provision in the classroom and offer an outside area which can be used for learning.

Throughout KS1, our children are taught a broad and balanced curriculum that is both fun and engaging. There is a focus on English and maths, but the children also learn many skills that help them to become lifelong learners.

Our children study:

  • Maths
  • English, including Phonics, Grammar, Reading, and Writing
  • Science
  • History
  • Geography
  • Religious Education
  • PSHE
  • Physical Education
  • Music
  • Art
  • Design and Technology

At the end of key stage 1, children are required to complete statutory assessments in maths and reading, which assess their learning over their time in school.

Key Stage Two

When the students enter KS2, they continue to develop their knowledge and understanding in all areas of the curriculum. Alongside a focus of English and maths — where they are taught higher-level skills, including inferring and multi-step problem solving — our pupils are taught key skills to develop them academically and to support their transition to secondary school.

Our curriculum offer consists of:

  • English, including Grammar, Spelling, Writing, and Reading
  • Maths
  • PSHE
  • Religious Education
  • Science
  • History
  • Geography
  • Physical Education
  • Art and Design
  • Design Technology
  • French

At the end of key stage 2, pupils are required to complete statutory assessments in maths, reading, and grammar to assess their learning over their time in school.

A more detail overview of each subject can be downloaded on the right.


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