Curriculum and Learning

Curriculum Statement

Our Naburn families will be aware that we have worked hard and made great progress in the last year with the Core Curriculum of Maths and English and we are now pushing our emphasis to the Foundation Curriculum. This in real terms is the remaining National Curriculum Subjects.

Please click here to see Mr Green’s letter to families about curriculum development in  Summer 2023!

Naburn CE Primary School is a unique place where high standards of work and achievement JOIN effectively with passion and creativity. The golden thread running through the curriculum are our Christian values of Hope, Community, Perseverance and Compassion.

Contextualising children’s learning so that they learn from real life fosters a spirit of enquiry and purpose – situating learning, making it challenging, memorable and purposeful.

The curriculum drives all aspects of the school forward, ensuring all children thrive and find meaning and fulfilment in their school life. Teachers cultivate and nurture children’s learning, captivating and developing a spirit of enquiry, excellence and high aspirations.

We seek to promote, develop and nurture all children’s talents in a culture of high achievement and expectation and we use this aspiration for all to develop an understanding of being the best they can be, because that is God’s wish.

Want to find out more?

Look under ‘Explore This Area‘ to discover more about the curriculum and learning in our lovely little school.

For information about how we make our curriculum accessible for those with disabilities or special educational needs, please see our SEND page, and our Equality and Accessibility information which can be found on the Policies and Documents page.

You can read about the Early Years Foundation Stage, the EYFS Statutory Framework, and the National Curriculum for Key Stages 1 and 2, which includes the programmes of study for all subjects, on the website.

Class newsletters are sent home electronically, detailing what is happening each term in our Sycamore and Acorn classes. Parents and carers are, of course, always very welcome to ask us in school if you want to find out more about what your child is learning, and don’t forget to check out our Twitter feed to see what we have been doing recently!