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FPJS Curriculum

At FPJS, we have built our curriculum around the National Curriculum Purpose of study, Aims and all Statutory requirements. Where requirements are non-statutory, we select key themes and objectives to add to our curriculum to ensure that we provide a detailed and interesting curriculum for our pupils.

 

Our Objective led curriculum design allows us to track against our objectives to review pupil achievement; using this information to inform further planning and provision. 

Our Curriculum objectives are set for each subject and year group but the approach, resources and timetabling can adapt to meet the learners' needs.

Our individual subject objectives can be found on the relevant Curriculum tabs (see below).

 

To inspire and engage our pupils, we currently link topics to subjects; including trips and enrichment activities that enthuse the pupils and, as one pupil said recently "brings the learning to life".

The year group tabs on the Curriculum home page show an overview if when we teach certain elements of the curriculum and also the topics that link them together.

 

Flowing through all of our lessons are the FPPF values of Passion, Well-Being and Respect. Pupils are encourage to develop these throughout their time at FPJS.

 

As a Federation of Furze Platt Infant and Junior Schools, we have created a curriculum that progresses and flows from the start of KS1 to the end of KS2.

Our curriculum is based on the National Curriculum but also encourages more explicit progressive links through subject areas; developing and building on previous learning and experiences. 

 

We review and tweak our curriculum annually through faculty groups of staff with representation from each year group to ensure that our curriculum is as effective as it can be in meeting our Vision, Values and Subject Intents

 

Please see the section below for more detailed FPPF Curriculum documents.

 

At FPPF, we ensure that our curriculum and delivery complies with the Equality Act 2020 and the Special Educational Needs and Disability Regulations.

We strive to make our curriculum accessibly, challenging and engaging for all pupils.

 

For more information about subject or year group specific curriculum content, please contact the relevant member of staff outlining the information you require.

Curriculum rationale

  • The curriculum at FPPF is designed to provide a broad and balanced education that meets the needs of all pupils and gives them the skills, knowledge and understanding to prepare them for the next stage in their learning and beyond; whilst ensuring the statutory requirements of the National Curriculum 2014 are met.
  • Through our Federation Values of passion, well-being and respect, our curriculum supports the development of the whole child and promotes a passion for learning.
  • The curriculum celebrates the diversity and utilises the skills, knowledge and cultural wealth of the community while supporting the pupils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural development.

 

Curriculum Statement

 

At FPPF, we have established a rich, relevant and purposeful educational experience that allows us to develop the whole child and meet the needs and interests of our pupils. Our curriculum provides learning that has local, national and international dimensions.

 

Our curriculum allows children to build on their learning, progressively acquiring the knowledge and skills needed for the next stage in their education. This means ensuring children are confident in reading, writing and maths, which supports them in fully accessing the broad curriculum and enrichment opportunities available. Pupils are given opportunities to rehearse and embed knowledge and skills through a curriculum that has well thought out and purposeful links between subjects and Key Stages. As a result, our pupils are successful, self-motivated, independent learners with a passion for lifelong learning.

 

We aim for our children to have the skills and attitudes that help them become life-long learners and succeed in their future. These are embedded in our curriculum and celebrated in our classes and in our wider community.

 

 

  • Furze Platt Junior School
  • Oaken Grove, Maidenhead, Berkshire, SL6 6HQ
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