Monteney Primary School

Part of Steel City Schools Partnership

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Curriculum Overviews

Primary Curriculum (KS1 & KS2)

 

At Monteney Primary School we strive to provide an engaging, relevant and broad curriculum which develops the children’s knowledge, skills and understanding. Our curriculum is built around the objectives set out in the national curriculum which covers the following subjects: English, Mathematics, Science, Computing, History, Geography, Art and Design, Design Technology, MFL, Music, Physical Education, Languages. Personal Social Health and Economic Education (PSHE) and Religious Education are also part of our curriculum.

Subjects are taught discretely to allow secure and progressive disciplinary knowledge and understanding to be developed in all curriculum areas.. Links between subjects are made when they support depth of understanding. 

Several subjects are supported by published schemes: PE (Get Set 4 PE), PSHE (Jigsaw), Music (Charanga), MFL (iLanguages) and Computing (Teach Computing). These schemes are adapted where necessary in line with our Monteney Curriculum Approaches and Key Drivers. We teach a bespoke Monteney curriculum for Geography, History, RE, Science, Art and DT with detailed units of work planned in conjunction with subject leaders and experienced year group teachers.

Alongside our commitment to providing an enjoyable and interesting curriculum, we also have a rigorous approach to progress. The objectives set out in the national curriculum have been appropriately designated to different year groups making sure that as a child develops at Monteney Primary they are continually gaining knowledge and developing new skills. We ensure the children are able to share their understanding and successes in a variety of ways, mainly through our termly exhibitions of learning.

Our progression documents for each subject can be found below and further information can be found on the subject pages within the curriculum menu.

If you require additional information about the school's curriculum please speak to your child's class teacher or contact the school office



 

 

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 Art progression document.pdfDownload
 Computing Progression Document.pdfDownload
 DT progression document.pdfDownload
 English Progression Document (Key Concept Grids).pdfDownload
 Geography Progression Document.pdfDownload
 History Progression Document.pdfDownload
 Maths Progression Document (White Rose).pdfDownload
 Music Progression Document.pdfDownload
 PE overview (1).pdfDownload
 PSHE coverage document.pdfDownload
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