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Wooldale Junior School | Royds Avenue, Holmfirth, West Yorkshire HD9 1LJ

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WOOLDALE JUNIOR SCHOOL

Inspiring - Educating - Developing

 

Curriculum Organisation

    

Organisation of Classes

From September 2015 we have had two classes per year group. This increase was due to a rise in pupil numbers. 

 

Organisation of the Curriculum 

The curriculum is very carefully structured to ensure continuity and progression of learning throughout the school. Detailed teaching programmes are carried out in all subjects ensuring that concepts are taught, re-visited and extended over the four years the children are at Wooldale. All areas of the curriculum are presented as separate subjects with some being taught in discrete units and others grouped together in topics.

 

Literacy and Numeracy

Literacy and numeracy teaching takes place every morning and is as cross curricular as possible. There is usually teacher led, whole class work leading to differentiated group and individual tasks. A plenary session draws each lesson to a close, when the learning achieved is evaluated and any homework required is set.

 

Phonics

Phonics is taught throughout the school following the Read Write Inc Spelling scheme.

 

Topic Work

The foundation subjects are taught in cross curricular topics to make the work more meaningful and relevant to the children. We believe very strongly in a broad and balanced curriculum and we are creative in our approaches to teaching and learning, ensuring our curriculum is relevant to the needs of our children.This thematic approach lends itself to cross-curricular links and the transference of skills, knowledge and concepts across subjects. The curriculum consists of activities designed to promote personal, spiritual and physical development in our children. We offer a curriculum which meets the needs of individuals with an appreciation of the child’s existing experience, differing rates of maturing, preferred ways of learning and previous achievements. Your child will be taught to work individually, in a group and as part of a class or team. Each day is different and we employ a range of strategies to engage and meet the needs of pupils.

Our topic cycle is as follows:

 

 

YEAR 3   YEAR 4
Down the Nile   Magnificent Me
Stone Age   Water Water Everywhere
Gobblefunk   Rise of the Robots
Countryfile   Rotten Romans
Creature Comforts
   

 

YEAR 5 YEAR 6

Victorian Street Child

  World War 

Earth and Space 

The World is a Stage
Vikings and Anglosaxons Wild Things
Rainforests

Early Islamic Civilisation

Ancient Greece Native Americans and Survival
   

 

Teachers plan their work in teams to ensure that equality of learning opportunity exists for all pupils.

 

To see an overview of the whole school curriculum please click here.

 

 

 

      Parents Guides to the New Curriculum for:

 MATHS        READING        WRITING