Fountain Primary School

Putting learning at the heart of all we do

Fountain Street, Morley, West Yorkshire, LS27 0AW

0113 8878235

info@fountainprimary.org

Emma Walker

Curriculum Overview

Enjoy having a look at our innovative curriculum!  

The documents below show the 'Big Ideas' for each learning unit and what will be covered within this.  British Values are also incorporated into the planning along with a 'Wow' to engage children.

Year 1

Year 2

Year 3

Year 4

Year 5

Year 6

 

 

Fountain Primary Curriculum in EYFS

The Planning within the EYFS at Fountain Primary follows the children’s interests, experiences and learning needs as well as responding to seasonal events. We make regular assessments of children’s learning and we use this information to ensure that future planning reflects identified needs.

We follow the EYFS curriculum and use Development Matters when assessing children’s learning. Children learn through child-initiated play in areas of provision as well as adult-directed tasks. We believe that children have the right to learn outdoors during the EYFS and much of our learning takes place outside.

Our areas of provision are carefully planned for as well as short term planning for discrete Maths, Writing, Phonics, PE, RE and Reading sessions. We create medium term plans for each half term to ensure coverage of objectives and development of skills across the curriculum.

 

Nursery Overview

Reception Overview

 

Phonics

Throughout EYFS and KS1 Phonics is taught in discrete sessions and then incorporated into areas of provision and whole class teaching sessions.

Phonics follows the letters and sounds scheme this changes to non-nonsense spelling scheme at a point in Year 2 where the class teacher feels the class is ready to progress.

 

Reading

Reading is the most fundamental skill for our children. All lessons should incorporate elements of reading in addition to the teaching of reading in one-to-one and group sessions.

In Nursery reading is taught through sharing of stories and through areas of provision.

From Reception to Year 3 reading is taught through weekly guided reading sessions and weekly individual reading.

Weekly guided reading continues from Year 4 to 6. Individual reading becomes less frequent (fortnightly to monthly) as children become fluent accurate readers.