At Burford Primary School, our curriculum is designed to:

 

Enable our children to Respect each other and our environment.

Ensure that our children have Aspirations in all that they do.

Resulting in all children being able to Achieve.

 

We aim to do this by delivering a broad and balanced curriculum based on the National Curriculum and Early Years Foundation stage. It is designed to support our children in mixed age classes by having age specific outcomes to work towards. We aim to support children to keep up rather than catch up, embedding skills and knowledge progressively during their time at Burford Primary School. We recognise the importance of personalising the curriculum for individual children’s needs and adapt our curriculum accordingly. We put personal development at the heart of our curriculum, encouraging children to develop positive learning behaviours and to develop a love of learning through questioning and experiences which inspire them.

To support learning in our mixed age classes, we have identified key skills which our children should develop based on their chronological age, whilst knowledge identified in the national curriculum is taught on a rolling programme. Some subjects are taught in year groups to support progression across the school.

Our aim is for our children to leave the school ready and excited for their next stage in education.

 

Class Curriculum Overviews

Autumn Term
2021-22
Spring Term
2021-22
Summer Term
2021-22
First Half (T1)

 

First Half (T3)   
First Half (T5)
Second Half (T2)
Second Half (T4) 
  • Warwick Class
  • Windrush Class
  • Tolsey Class
  • Wysdom Class
  • Priory Class
 
Second Half (T6)
  • Warwick Class
  • Windrush Class
  • Tolsey Class
  • Wysdom Class
  • Priory Class

 

Three Year rolling progamme

    • Details of our three year rolling programme can be found here: Lower School Upper School

 

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