We have 5 priorities that are intertwined and centred around the CHILD.
C – Culture & Community: We want our children to be citizens of the world and be valued members of their communities.
H – Healthy Bodies & Minds: We want our children to be mentally and physically healthy, ready to learn and flourish in all areas of their life.
I – Individual Excellence: We want all of our children to achieve their full potential and will set high expectations for all to help them do so.
L – Lifelong Learners: We want our children to be able to take the skills they learn here and apply them to the rest of their lives, with a desire to continue learning.
D – Determination: We want our children to be resilient in the face of adversity and to never give up.
The curriculum at Hutton Rudby Primary School is designed to provide a broad and balanced education that is inclusive of the needs of all pupils and gives them the knowledge and understanding to prepare them for the next stage of their education, both academically and personally. It ensures that academic success, as well as physical and mental development and health and well-being are key elements that support the development of the whole child and promote a positive attitude to learning, giving them the knowledge and drive to continue learning long into the future.
We recognise our role in developing children’s sense of community enabling them to become valued citizens of the future.
Whole School Long Term Plans
At Hutton Rudby Primary School we follow the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) Curriculum for our Reception pupils and the National Curriculum for Years 1 – 6. The document below gives a comprehensive overview of our long term plan for the Reception Year.
Our Year 1 – 6 Curriculum Coverage Map gives an overview of the topics that will be taught in Years 1 – 6.
Here, you can see a brief overview of what will be taught in maths and English this year.
For further information on how the children progress between Reception Class (EYFS Curriculum) and Year 1 (National Curriculum) and through the rest of the school, please refer to individual subject Progression Statements.
For further information about our curriculum, please contact the school office via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or phone (01642 700203)