Our School Curriculum Vision

Our curriculum is designed around two very simple concepts

  • We ensure our children learn and embed the key skills necessary in every subject area to enable them to move onto their next stage of learning confidently
  • We ensure our curriculum is full of rich activities and inspirational moments to broaden our children’s horizons, to provide them with opportunities to develop passion for areas of learning and to introduce them to potential aspirations they had never dreamed of before
Being Confident by showing resilience and challenging ourselves
Being Curious about ourselves as learners and how to become a better learner
Being Creative by using my imagination in all my learning
Being Respectful to everyone in school and by using my manners, thank you, please, sorry and excuse me
Being a Team by following all the school rules and my Class Values
Being Happy by looking after myself and my friends

Year 2 Windsor Castle Trip June 2022

Year 1 Southsea Trip June 2022

Marwell Zoo Trip July 2022

Below is an example of the trips and visitors we may have.
Year R Year 1 Year 2

A walk around Bordon

Visit to Bordon Library

Bordon Military Cemetery
Winchester Military Museum
Spring Mad Scientist Workshop Intech Science Museum Intech Science Museum
Wisley Gardens

Mill Cottage Farm experience

Marwell Zoo

Southsea Trip

Windsor Castle

Bordon Inclosure

What we are learning:

BeeNational Curriculum – click here to visit the National Curriculum

BeeRead Write Inc – the phonic program we follow.

BeeEnglish Skills map

BeeMaths curriculum and Calculation Policy

BeeMaths vocabulary from Year R to Year 2 and Supporting your child at home with Maths

We want to inspire children with their learning and to put things into context for them.

Our curriculum is based on themes that we believe will capture the children’s imagination and reflect their lives and interests. The children will explore the local area whilst learning about World War 1, or learn how to write a story using Julia Donaldson’s storybooks The Gruffalo. Each half term we send home information about what the children will be learning and what the context for that learning is. We hope that this will allow parents to really get involved with their child’s time in school.

Parents can help support their child by reading regularly with them, encouraging them to learn their spellings and helping them to do their best with their topic homework once a half term.

Below, in each of the year groups you will find the current topic leaflet which will give you some ideas of activities you can do with your child related to their learning in school.