Lord Blyton Primary School offers to all of its pupils the type of curriculum, which is designed to ensure that they are given the opportunity to achieve their full potential.

The National Curriculum is the statutory entitlement to learning for all pupils. It is the legal requirement in England for all pupils aged 5 to 11. It determines the content of what should be taught and the attainment targets for learning.

It covers the following subjects.

Design Technology
Art and Design

RE is taught through the Local Authority Agreed Syllabus

We teach English, maths, science, music, PE and RE as separate subjects but where ever possible link them to the creative curriculum that the children are following which includes DT, ICT, history, geography, and music.

We strive to make our curriculum engaging, fun and challenging for the children so that they are inspired to learn.

As we have mixed age classes teachers plan on a termly basis so that we know we are planning and providing a curriculum that is relevant to the children in our classes.

To read more about individual year group curriculum you can click on one of the links below: