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Curriculum Intent, Implementation and Impact Statement

Please see the class pages for more information about the delivery of our curriculum.  Should the information not be contained there, or in any of the documents below, please contact the School Office in the first instance (see details on our Contact Us page).

English: Phonics and Early Reading

English: Reading


English: Oracy/Speaking and Listening


Religious Education (RE)




Art and Design

Physical Education (PE)

Design and Technology



The Music curriculum is delivered through the Charanga learning platform.

The school also pays into the Doncaster Music Service so that KS2 children are given the opportunity to learn a musical instrument. Where the opportunity is taken, parents are asked to make an online payment on Arbor to help with the cost of lessons. Currently we have provision for woodwind, violin and guitar lessons. 

Parents are reminded that our children need to practise and make a firm commitment in order to play well.

2023/24 Lessons

Violin - Wednesday

Guitar- Monday

We also employ the service of a specialist music teacher so that all children have access to specialist music teaching at some point in the year. 

Our music curriculum is further enhanced through weekly singing lessons for Years 4 and 5 as part of the National Schools Singing programme. In addition, children have the opportunity to participate in extra music sessions with Rocksteady Music School.

In-School Rock & Pop Band Lessons | Rocksteady Music School

Modern Foreign Languages (MFL)

Relationships and Health Education

Sex Education

The Governors of the school have adopted the Diocese of Hallam Policy for developing Education in Personal Relationships. This encompasses both sex education and education in personal relationships. We have also invited the team form Big Talk into school to open the year with a session for parents before they deliver curriculum content to the children as a starting point for leaning. Parents have the right to withdraw their child from any aspect of sex education, and are informed in advance about when this is to be covered in the curriculum.

Year 6 Residential Visit

Lindisfarne Castle

Towards the end of the summer term, our Year 6 pupils spend a school week in Northumberland. Accompanied by teaching staff and other adults, the children stay in a hostel and visit many places of interest in the surrounding area. The residential visit covers many cross-curricular themes including history and geography,and provides an opportunity for our older children to develop a sense of spirituality.




The Primary National Curriculum in England