Curriculum

Curriculum at Long Crendon School

Curriculum Policy Spring 2021.docx

FS Curriculum Intent Statement .docx

We follow the National Curriculum, and each subject is led by a staff member.

The intentions for our teaching and learning are in our Learning and Development map.

Long Crendon School Learning and Development Map

Our English Lead is Ms Jennings and our Maths Lead is Mrs Woodward.

Our Curriculum Intent Statements which give an overview of what is taught, how it is taught and how learning is assessed:

English Curriculum

Maths Curriculum

Science Curriculum Intent

PSHE Curriculum Intent

Computing Curriculum

Art Curriculum

DT Curriculum

Forest School Curriculum

French Curriculum

Geography Curriculum

History Curriculum

Music Curriculum

PE Curriculum

RE Curriculum

Wellbeing & SMSC

English 

Curriculum Meeting presentation 28.4.21

English at Long Crendon

Resources referenced in the presentation:

Reading question prompts

How to support your child with reading

Spelling Guide – some helpful hints

Reading lists, grammar non-negotiables and grammar parent guides can be found on the appropriate class page.

Sex and Relationship Education (SRE)

Sex and Relationships Education Policy

We have just started a PSHE programme called ‘Jigsaw’ https://www.jigsawpshe.com which is a comprehensive scheme of work that has been produced in line with the DfE recommendation for statutory PSHE (including high quality SRE). There will be further information to follow as well as an information evening for parents (date to be set).

In the meantime, here are some recommended books to generate discussion between parent and child and support the SRE curriculum in school.

Lower Key Stage 2:
‘Where Willy Went’…  – Nicholas Allen
‘Mummy Laid An Egg’ –  Babette Cole

Upper Key Stage 2:
‘Usbourne Facts of Life, Growing Up’ (All about adolescence, body change and sex) – Susan Meredith and Robyn Gee

These books are all available from local booksellers or online. They are just suggestions and it is up to parents to read them first and assess their suitability for their own child/children.

Outside the Curriculum

At Long Crendon School, we aim to provide a breadth and balance of experiences alongside the curriculum, providing opportunities to participate in local and global community events.

The following images are from a whole school art exhibition that marked the 100th anniversary of the end of WW1.