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Curriculum Statement 2020/21

At Tidcombe Primary School we strive to provide a broad and well-balanced curriculum that motivates all children to learn. By promoting our school values of Resilience, Confidence, Empathy, Enquiry and Aspiration in everything we do at school, including our teaching of the curriculum, we aim to prepare the children at Tidcombe for the next stage in their education and their future life.  In EYFS the children follow the Early Years Foundation Stage Curriculum. As an academy within St Christopher’s MAT, it is not a statutory requirement for us to follow the requirements of the National Curriculum. However, in Years 1 – 6, we deliver programmes of study of the National Curriculum.  

Please see the progression documents below, that detail the knowledge and skills that pupils will gain at each stage of the curriculum. To view how the curriculum will be taught, please view the long term plans at the bottom of this page.

Reading Curriculum Progression

Mathematics Progression Map

Mathematics Termly Curriculum Map

History Progression

Geography Progression

Music Progression

Design and Technology Progression

PSHE and RSE Progression

Art and Design Progression

Computing Progression

Long Term Planning 2020 / 21

Nursery - Year 6

 

For any other queries regarding our curriculum, see Simon Green or Jill Mallender who will be happy to help.

Year 1 Long Term Curriculum Planning 2020 / 21

Year 2 Long Term Curriculum Planning 2020 / 21

Year 3 Long Term Curriculum Planning 2020 / 21

Year 4 Long Term Curriculum Planning 2020 / 21

Year 5 Long Term Curriculum Planning 2020/21

Year 6 Long Term Curriculum Planning 2020 / 21

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Mission Statement

Our focus is to develop learners who have the dispositions of “empathy, aspiration, resilience, confidence and enquiry.”

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