The school follows the Early Years Foundation Stage Curriculum for all children in Nursery and Reception. Both settings provides a safe and stimulating environment where children can begin to explore the world around them.
- Reception Topic Web September 2021 (168.54KB)
- Nursery Topic Letter Autumn 2020 (731.40KB)
- Early Years Outcomes (217.76KB)
- EYFS Framework (236.26KB)
The school follows a broad and balanced curriculum, in line with the National Curriculum 2014, focused on meeting age related expectations and developing potential in every child. The curriculum is delivered in a cross curricular way using a 2 year rolling programme. Lessons are taught using a combination of whole class teaching, group work and individual work. By utilising a creative approach to our curriculum we aspire to foster a love of learning in all children.
Reading and phonics
The school teaches reading and phonics using Letters and Sounds and the Read Write Inc teaching programmes.
The school uses the Read Write Inc reading books to teach Guided Reading and a variety of reading schemes for home readers including Oxford Reading tree, Collins Big Cat, Oxford Literacy Web and Dandelion Launchers
Our full Remote Learning policy is available at https://fieldinfants.herts.sch.uk/download/remote-learning-policy-january-2021/
RESOURCES FOR PARENTS IN THE EVENT OF SCHOOL CLOSURES
Remote learning is in place in the event that school has to be closed to most children. This is provided via Google Classroom and all children have log in details to access the work. Please check regularly for your child’s work for each week. There will be daily English, Maths and Phonics work together with extra tasks from foundation subjects such as RE and PE.
If you are not able to access the learning online you can request a paper copy from the school office – as the government has asked everyone to reduce journeys out of the home we’d ask that you only come to school to pick up a pack if it’s essential. Packs are available Monday-Friday from 9am-4pm.
Here are some other ideas – you don’t need to use them all, give them a go and see what works best for you.
The BBC has put together lots of great resources to support children’s learning at home – for an introduction have a look at BBC Bitesize
And the main website for BBC Bitesize which is updated daily at www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize
All stories are free to stream on your desktop, laptop, phone or tablet using the following link https://stories.audible.com/start-listen.
theimovement.com this site will be uploading daily workouts, brain breaks and mindful activities to do with children that parents can access on phones / tablets. You don’t have to sign up.
www.cosmickids.com for great kids’ yoga and mindfulness
www.gonoodle.com for dance, yoga and mindfulness activities
PHONICS AND READING
www.teachyourmonstertoread.com for phonics work
www.phonicsplaycomics.co.uk (you can log in with user name march20 password home) for phonics work
www.oxfordowl.co.uk/for-home you can sign up for free to use ebooks
www.getepic.com a digital library offering free access for 30 days
www.topmarks.co.uk for some good maths games
www.prodigygame.com for maths resources
TOPIC AND GENERAL GAMES / ACTIVITIES
https://classroommagazines.scholastic.com/support/learnathome.html Scholastic Daily At Home Learning – Reading and linked activities
www.gruffalo.com lots of resources and activities
www.abcya.com games and resources
www.natgeokids.com/uk National Geographic Kids
Scavenger hunt sheets
If you would like more information about the curriculum, please make an appointment with your child’s class teacher.