Claremont School

 

Curriculum 

'The Claremont Curriculum is delivered through a holistic approach that provides a range of learning opportunities and contexts that broaden and remain age appropriate as pupils move through the school, as reflected in the ethos, vision and values of the School.  It is based upon the principles of Progression, Independence,  Flexibility, Collaboration and  Inclusion.'  (Curriculum Policy 2016)

 In order to provide a breadth of learning opportunities the school has a 3 year topic plan, differentiated for each phase within the school.

 

Phase

PSHE / wellbeing*

Knowledge and understand of the world

Knowledge and understand of the world

Creative arts

Physical & independence

 

Term 1

Term 2

Term 3 & 4

Term 5

Term 6

Early Years

You and me

Light and dark

Toys

Stories

Playing games

KS2/3

Who I am

Christmas

Splash of colour and sound

Make something happen.

(Easter)

Fact and fiction through exploration and stories.

Sports and games

14-19

My hopes and dreams

Life’s celebrations

Taking control

Classtonbury Festival Of Arts (Enterprise For May Fair)

Olympics (including Olympic Values).

 Year 1 of the 3 year topic overview

 

Communication, language, literacy and cognition/thinking skills (functional skills) are delivered across the topic and as discrete lessons.

 

            

       Early Years Phase                  Key Stage 2/3 Phase                      14-19 Phase

If you would like to know any more information about our curriculum please contact Emma Richards -  emma.richards@claremontbristol.org.uk or Aaron Watson - aaron.watson@claremontbristol.org.uk