Our Unique Curriculum

Our curriculum model aims to reach every pupil within the school and balances the acquisition of knowledge with the development of key skills. It excites, inspires and motivates our pupils and staff, giving learning an engaging context whilst promoting pupils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural development. We are dedicated to preparing our pupils for the part they will play within the community and for life in modern Britain.

Our Intent is to:

  • Provide outstanding outcomes for our pupils into the 21st Century and beyond
  • To fully engage children in a meaningful and challenging curriculum, which allows and supports the development of fluency and expertise
  • Ensure every child meets and exceeds their full academic potential and to have an emotional maturity which allows them to fully engage with the local community
  • Allow the children to develop to be ambitious, use initiative and to have a positive mental health which enables them to be happy
  • Provide powerful, excellent delivery of knowledge which the children can transfer between subjects and phases of their education

Implementation:

We understand that the Learning Journeys must allow for the depth of study to be maintained in each year group. In order to ensure that this happens, the long-term curriculum map only make links to the Learning Journey when it is appropriate and, if skills or knowledge need to be taught discretely, they will be. Learning is staged and builds on prior learning and knowledge. Children are provided with an opportunity to revisit vital skills and knowledge regularly and to embed this learning, allowing them to develop as the experts.

Impact:

 We believe that every child has a strength, can achieve at something, and deserves the chance to receive feedback, make progress and experience opportunities that deepen their learning in all subjects.

Priority on identifying opportunities in the structured and unstructured curriculum for children to learn about safeguarding is core to our school.  Click here for further details.

 

Click here for our Curriculum Leaflet

Our Learning Journeys

Click on the logo below to see our curriculum and the Learning Journeys we have developed to create our unique curriculum:

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Our British Values

Alongside our Drivers and Curriculum, we teach both explicitly and implicitly a set of British Values.  Click on the buttons below to find examples of how we learn about the British Values at Pebsham:

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Reading and Phonics

Our School uses Letters and Sounds to teach KS1 phonics.  Phonics is taught daily in Foundation Stage and Years 1 and 2.   Children in Years 3-6 take part in weekly Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling lessons to ensure their progression in literacy.

In Y1 we teach Daily Supported Reader and from Y1 - Y6 Destination Reader.  For more information on these,

please click here.

Yearly Overviews

To view any of the yearly overviews

please click the appropriate link below:

EYFS

Year 1

Year 2

Year 3

Year 4

Year 5

Year 6