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Welcome to Street Lane Primary school

Curriculum and Skills Progression

Curriculum Overview

At our school we provide a broad and balanced curriculum that is accessible for all children. We follow the Early Years Foundation Stage Statutory Framework for reception children and the Primary National Curriculum for England for key stage 1 and 2.

Literacy and maths are taught as discrete subject areas so that children develop the skills and knowledge they will need in school and in the wider world. Our children are given many opportunities to use and apply these skills across the curriculum in teacher led and child initiated activities. We use Letters & Sounds to provide a foundation for the teaching of phonics. All Key Stage 1 classes work using the same topic framework every term. These topics are carefully planned, children are a part of this planning, to ensure good coverage of science and all foundation subjects.

In the Foundation Stage, the Early Years curriculum is planned for using the same topic as key stage 1 every term. Careful planning ensures the children have access to all seven areas of the Early Years Foundation Stage curriculum both indoors and outside.

In reception and key stage 1 we use Letters & Sounds to provide a foundation for the teaching of phonics.

To see each class’ termly planning please visit our class pages.

This will show you what are children are learning about each term.

Useful documents:

  • We follow the Derbyshire agreed syllabus for Religious Education. Click here to view the RE syllabus 2020-25.
  • E-safety is at the heart of our computing curriculum. We use the UKCIS Education for a Connected World framework to inform objectives and content of the curriculum.
  • To view the content on the National Curriculum click here
  • If you would like to see how we compare nationally and to other small schools our performance tables can be accessed at:
  • Click here to view our curriculum intent for each subject area.

Skills Progression








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