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Curriculum

What does your child learn at school each day? Find information about our curriculum subjects here.
At Liberty we use the Cornerstones curriculum. The school has ensured there is national curriculum coverage which is taught within a vibrant and meaningful  curriculum for children. The school has been using the curriculum since September 2015. One of the strengths of the curriculum is the opportunities that pupils get to write accross the curriculum. All of this learning is recorded in a child's learning log. These are available to view at parent's evenings which take place twice a year or in fact when you are invited in for an EXPRESS point ( this is when parents can come in and take part in a learning experience). The curricuulm for each year group is  shown in the first document , please bear in mind these are subject to small changes. Writing genres that pupils will be learning are highlighted in bold as well as core texts the pupils will be using. Please ask your child's class teacher if you require any more information.

Reading

Pupils are taught from an early age to read and the school uses letters and sounds . The link to the website is below , click on the link for how you can help at home .

 

Pupils at Liberty are taught to read well . They enjoy books and have a great understanding of different texts and authors . They talk about reading with enthusiasm and pleasure .

 

 

Phonics is systematic teaching of the sounds conveyed by letters and groups of
letters, and includes teaching children to combine and blend these to read or
write words. It is of crucial importance, for the following reasons:
The majority of the information conveyed by letters concerns
sounds.
Letters tell us more than any other source of information, even
when we have to interpret the information they provide.
We cannot read fluently until we read accurately, and this
depends on accurate use of the information conveyed letters.
Skilled, fluent readers do not guess.
Once we have learned what the letters are telling us in a word,
we can store it in our memory and retrieve it more quickly than
if we had to work it out.

 

 

 

http://www.letters-and-sounds.com/

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In the next section there is detailed coverage of the English curriculm for each year group - this includes objectives from the reading, writing , speaking & listening, spellings and handwriting curriculum.

Maths Curriculum

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