As a school we teach in study units, which incorporate several areas of the curriculum into one unit. We believe that this allows for a deeper level of creativity and thinking to be developed.
Through ensuring a strong moral and cultural development, our school can actively demonstrate promotion of British Fundamental Values, through age appropriate activities and our curriculum.
Throughout our curriculum skills will be revisited several times to ensure that the child understands it fully and is able to apply the learning independently in a range of different contexts.
We have worked closely with our locality primary schools and The Weald Secondary in developing our curriculum to ensure that there are clear expectations for all pupils in our locality group.
We continue to work together in order to ensure consistency of standards.
Below you can download The Weald group's agreed aims and principles for assessment, as well as a full guide to the Primary National Curriculum.
At Rudgwick Primary School the curriculum is not just what is written in the planning documents. It involves every interaction, from the moment the child sets foot on the school site. Children are at the heart of everything we do and our curriculum and planning is designed specifically to engage, challenge and inspire.
Our curriculum enables individuals to develop proficient communication, literacy and numeric skills through rich and exciting learning experiences.
Every day we aim to inspire and engage our children so that they become motivated, independent learners who value and take responsibility for themselves and others. We deliver high quality lessons, enriched with visuals and practical elements (both in and outside the school building), so as to meet the needs of all of our learners. Children leave school talking about their memories of each day.
At our school children are welcomed into a caring and nurturing, community environment where they are provided with the opportunity to learn at their own pace and develop their own unique interests and talents, equipping them with the tools that they will need to become life-long learners.
Children leave us with a sense of pride in who they are, a thirst for learning and the resilience and skills required to thrive in our ever-changing world.
As part of our cycle of continuous improvement we regularly review and update our curriculum to meet the needs of the children.
Below you will find links to detailed topic plans and key subject areas for each year. Should you have further queries please contact the office.
How do we assess your child?
This document will explain how our principles of assessment at Rudgwick Primary School.
Parents receive regular updates through Parent/Carer Consultations on pupil progress.
Please do not hesitate to contact your child's class teacher if you have any questions about how assessment is used to support learning in school.