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Clarendon Primary School and Nursery

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Whole School Curriculum Maps

English:

Curriculum overviews:

 

 

 

English skills progression by year group:

 

End of year group expectations:

 

 

Maths:

Curriculum overviews:

 

 

End of year group expectations:

 

 

Foundation:

 

 

Health and Relationships Education (previously PSHE)

 

 

Religious Education Syllabus used in School

As part of our school curriculum specific units of work from the agreed Surrey R.E Syllabus (below) are taught within each year group. Details of these can be found on our individual year group foundation subject curriculum maps.

Whilst we expect all children to receive access to the full breadth of our curriculum, should parents/carers wish to exercise their right to withdraw their child/ren from all or part of the RE curriculum, they should make contact with the school in order to discuss this with the headteacher.

 

 

Whole School Assemblies:

Collective worship (often known as an assembly) supports the development of the children's ’spiritual, moral, social and cultural development. Assemblies are an important part of our school community life, so we hope that all children participate in these. However, if for any reason parents/carers wish to exercise their right to withdraw their child/ren from all or part of collective worship activities they should make contact with the school in order to discuss this with the headteacher.

 

 

Key contacts to use for questions about our school curriculum

If you have any questions about our school curriculum and what we offer, please contact the following people:

- English - Mrs Karen Smith (English Subject Leader)

- Maths - Mrs Louise Watson (Maths Subject Leader)

- R.E - Mrs Elizabeth Harrow (R.E Subject Leader)

- PSHE/RSE (Health and Relationships Education) - Mr William Neale (Headteacher)

- Other subjects within the National Curriculum - Mrs Louise Stondzik (Deputy Headteacher)

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