The curriculum is sum of all that happens to a child in school. William Fletcher School provides a broad and balanced curriculum in a well resourced, stimulating and secure environment. A range of teaching and learning styles and strategies are used by our teachers to provide opportunities for all children to learn and achieve and to promote their spiritual, moral, social and cultural development preparing them for the responsibilities of being an active citizen in their local and wider communities. We follow the National Curriculum, click on the link to find the learning objectives for each year group
Children have opportunities to participate in individual, group and whole class activities with an emphasis on the learning being interesting, meaningful and relevant to the child. This is enhanced through both practical experiences and educational visits.
At William Fletcher school we value the time provided by parents and carers to support children’s learning both in school and at home.
For an overview of the curriculum we follow, please click here.
Please look at our class pages of the website to find out what the children will be learning about over the coming term. If you would like further information about the curriculum we teach please speak to your child’s class teacher or to the headteacher Mrs Nind.
In Key Stage 1 we use the phonic scheme letters and sounds. For more information about phonics and our approach to teaching reading please speak to your child's class teacher.