Curriculum

Curriculum Provision

At St Anne’s we deliver the National Curriculum in Years 1-6, alongside a creative, skills-based curriculum. Each half term every class has a theme. A great deal of the learning takes place through this theme, eg. ‘Under the Sea’. We aim to enthuse our children as much as possible, and therefore there will be educational visits and visitors during the year to enhance their learning.

In Nursery and Reception, activities are planned for children to work towards achieving a Good Level of Development through following guidance in the Early Years Framework.

Is you would like any further information about the curriculum at St Anne’s, please do not hesitate in contacting one of the following members of staff:

  • Mrs Duffy (Foundation Stage and Key Stage 1 Leader)
  • Mrs Webb (Key Stage 2 Leader)
  • Miss Hartley (Headteacher)

Subjects

Music: Please click here for the progression of skills and knowledge that are taught in each year group. Children in Class 5 are taught an instrument as part of a whole-class ensemble (eg. brass, keyboard). These instruments are provided free of charge. There are termly concerts for the children to demonstrate their learning to an audience and parents are warmly invited. Children from Year 1 upwards can buy into peripatetic guitar/ukelele lessons. Please enquire at the office.

RE: At St Anne’s we follow the agreed syllabus from Manchester Diocese through school. This includes non-Christian faiths as well as a focus on Christianity.  Click here for the RE scheme.

ScienceClick here for the progression of skills taught at St Anne’s which sit alongside the National Curriculum. Wherever possible, Science is taught through a creative topic.

ComputingClick here for the progression of skills taught at St Anne’s, alongside National Curriculum requirements.

GeographyClick here for the progression of skills taught at St Anne’s which sit alongside the National Curriculum. Wherever possible, Geography is taught through a creative topic.

HistoryClick here for the progression of skills taught at St Anne’s which sit alongside the National Curriculum. Wherever possible, History is taught through a creative topic.

Art: Click here for the progression of skills taught at St Anne’s which sit alongside the National Curriculum. Wherever possible, Art is taught through a creative topic.

Design TechnologyClick here for the progression of skills taught at St Anne’s which sit alongside the National Curriculum. Wherever possible, DT is taught through a creative topic.

SportClick here for the progression of skills taught at St Anne’s which sit alongside the National Curriculum.

Languages: French is the language taught at St Anne’s throughout school.  Click here for our languages policy.

School and National Guidance

Click on each of the links to download the documents: