Key Principles for our Curriculum at Fishergate Primary School
The essential knowledge to be educated, global citizens as set out in the National Curriculum.
Fused together with our own personalised school curriculum which includes:
Vocabulary development, creativity, first hand/real life learning, personalisation, cultural experiences (e.g. seaside, library, art gallery)
Easily accessible local area provides a rich learning resource
Huge socio-economic and cultural diversity of catchment
Strength of relationship with families and volunteers
Genuine inclusion – culture of tolerance and celebration of difference
|Fishergate Primary School Curriculum Aims
Self-regulation, emotional resilience, independence, communication
Want to find out more?
Please explore the links under ‘Looking For More’ for planning and progression documents and further information about different subjects.
For information about how we make our curriculum accessible for those with disabilities or special educational needs, please see our SEND Information page and our Accessibility Plan and other relevant policies which can be found on our Policies & Documents page.
Parents and carers are, of course, always welcome to ask their child’s teacher if they have queries about what their child is learning – and don’t forget to check out what is happening in school on our phase Twitter feeds! You will find links to these on the phase pages.
Fishergate School follows the Department for Education’s Early Years Foundation Stage, and the National Curriculum for Key Stages 1 and 2. You can find out more about the Early Years Foundation Stage, the EYFS Statutory Framework, and the National Curriculum for Key Stages 1 and 2, which includes the programmes of study for all subjects, on the GOV.uk website.