Curriculum structure

At Brantridge pupils access a range of National Curriculum subjects. English and maths are taught daily as discrete subjects. The foundation subjects are taught within a termly topic or theme. This helps pupils to access more meaningful learning experiences in which they are able to make links between their learning in different subject areas helping them to contextualise and consolidate learning.

The range of subjects delivered are: English, Maths, Science, computing, RE, PSHE, Art, Design Technology, Food technology, Geography, History and PE.

Please see each subjects skills progression and schemes of work below and the class group pages for this term’s topic overviews.

Brantridge Art progression of skills

Brantridge Computing progression of skills

Brantridge DT progression of skills

Brantridge Geography progression of skills

Brantridge history progression of skills

Brantridge Maths scheme and progression of skills

Brantridge PE progression of skills

Brantridge PSHE progression of skills

Brantridge Reading progression of skills

Brantridge RE scheme of work

Brantridge RE progression of skills

Brantridge Relationships and sex education scheme

Brantridge Science progression of skills

Brantridge Writing progression of skills

The communication between home and school is excellent.

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