At Stoke Primary School, we plan and deliver a broad and balanced and personalised curriculum which reflects the needs and interests of our children; with the aim of preparing them for life in modern Britain.
Maths is taught through daily lessons which follow the objectives in the new curriculum in Years 1, 3, 4 and 5. Lessons in Years 2 and 6, continue to follow the old curriculum as these children will be tested against these objectives at the end of the year. In years 2- 6 maths is taught in ability groups.
English is taught in half term units based around a key text, enabling the children to access quality literature across a range of different text types. Through these lessons the children will also have opportunities to develop their understanding of grammar, punctuation and spelling.
Science is taught in half termly units. The weekly science lessons are planned to enable the children to develop their investigative skills as well as learning key facts and concepts.
The Foundation Subjects are combined into half termly/termly topics which cover the National Curriculum for Geography, History, Computing, Art and Design and Design Technology. The use of ICT is encouraged in all subject areas and specific computing skills are taught separately as needed.
Details of the objectives covered in each year group can be found at
RE is planned and delivered in accordance with the Coventry Syllabus.
Music is taught by Class Teachers in Year 1 to 6. Instrument tuition is taught by qualified teachers from the Performing Arts Service in KS2.
PE is delivered by both specialist coaches and school teaching staff
Swimming is delivered by qualified coaches.
French is taught in Language lessons from Year 3 to 6.
Click here to see the Primary National Curriculum for English