Curriculum

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Alma Park Primary School’s Whole School Intent Statement

EYFS

Alma Park’s curriculum begins with the standards in the EYFS curriculum. This provides our children with a strong foundation to access the National Curriculum in year 1 and beyond. The EYFS curriculum gives children knowledge of our local community and the wider world. By the end of EYFS, the children will have knowledge and skills that they need now and in the future. We recognise that reading is a gateway skill which will be a specific determiner of a child’s future success, as such phonics and reading across the curriculum are key. We are proud to be a Levenshulme school and build strong links with all aspects of our local community so children develop a greater understanding of where they live. As a UNICEF Rights Respecting School, our curriculum is delivered in an environment which is safe and inspiring. We value and nurture children’s talents, allowing them to thrive so that when they leave Alma Park they are responsible, active citizens. We have a curriculum that promotes and encourages sustainability and values diversity on both a local and national scale. The EYFS curriculum ensures that knowledge progresses meaningfully and prepares children for their next steps.

KS1 and KS2

Alma Park’s curriculum begins with the standards in the National Curriculum. We believe it is important for our curriculum to reflect the children’s specific needs and their community. Our pupils are given a breadth of experience to develop their understanding of themselves as individuals within their community and also as members of a wider global community. We recognise that reading is a gateway skill which will be a specific determiner of a child’s future success, as such phonics and reading across the curriculum are key. We are proud to be a Levenshulme school and build strong links with all aspects of our local community so children develop a greater understanding of where they live. As a UNICEF Rights Respecting School our curriculum is delivered in a safe and inspiring environment which nurtures children’s talents, allowing them to thrive so that when they leave Alma Park they are responsible, active citizens. In addition, we aim to have a curriculum that promotes and encourages sustainability and diversity on both a local and national scale. All subjects show progression of both knowledge and skills so children feel confident moving onto their next steps in learning.

 

You can find information about our curriculum by visiting the subjects on this page.

 

English

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Maths

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Science

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History

The Origin of Words: Interesting Examples from Science and History

Geography

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Computing

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Design Technology

sewing thread | Clark & Co Extra Strong Button Thread Made I… | Flickr

 

Religious Education

Should religious education prepare people to choose between faiths?

 

Art and Design

Department of Design – Manchester School of Art

 

French

sky, wind, france, red, color, flag, blue, nation, red flag, french flag, flag of the united states

Physical Education

How women's sport is changing the game | Royal Television Society

 

PSHE (inc RSE)

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Music

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Forest School

 Forest School Term programme - We Are Adventurers

 
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