Curriculum and SMART

"It was evident that there was a real sense of enjoyment from pupils in their learning. Teachers skilfully plan interesting, exciting work that is suitable for different pupils’ needs and abilities."


Below is some specific class and whole school information – other policies related to the curriculum and SMART can be found on our policies page.

Courageous Curriculum Overview –

Curriculum Rotations

RE Scheme of work


We use the Sounds Write phonics scheme in Reception and Key Stage One and link this with the Dandelion Reading Scheme.

2021/2022 Classes and Curriculum Info:

Reception and Year 1 Miss Wilson – Share Letter | Overview

Year 1/2 Miss Miles – Share Letter | Overview

Year 3/4 Mr Boddington – Share Letter | Overview

Year 4/5 Miss Gabenyte – Share Letter | Overview

Year 5/6 Miss Govey – Share Letter | Overview

If you would like to know more about the curriculum please contact the school office and we will be happy to go into more detail.

Please find more information about how we make the curriculum accessible for those with disabilities or SEND in the SEND Information Report.

Our approach to the curriculum complies with our duties in the Equality Act 2010 as detailed in this document.

SMART Learning:

This is our maths calculations policy which looks at the methods children will be taught for addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. You may find this useful when supporting your children at home. As always, please pop in and see us if you would like clarification or more information about any of the methods.

The children have their own version of the School Development Plan, this is discussed with them in assemblies and in each class. The current one has been designed by a Year 6 Pupil – click here.

Feedback and Presentation Guidelines. We have been looking at how we mark children’s work and involve them in feedback. We are also using peer and self- assessment as a way to involve children in their own learning (June 2013).

All children participate in an enrichment afternoon involving sport and extra curricular activities including Drama, Craft/Design, Environmental Walks, Music, Cookery, Life Saving and Tai Chi.

Learning Links:

Parents and Children may find these links useful as an aid to learning (please read our Internet Safety information)

The links below have been researched for your children, they are fun educational sites, but Great Easton Primary cannot be held responsible for content on external links.