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Our Curriculum

Following a recent curriculum update in 2018 we are delighted to announce our new curricula.

Our curriculum meets the statutory expectations of the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) for children in nursery and reception and the National Curriculum (2014).

Please see the direct links below:

Early Years Foundation Stage



National Curriculum:



To support our learning in phonics we follow the national publication - 'Letters and Sounds' alongside a published scheme, 'Jolly phonics'.


More information can be found here:



All books in school are book banded so that there is a moderated system in place. Each day the children will be involved in a reading session, within which there will be focused guided reading sessions and a range of comprehension and reading games. We use a range of reading schemes in school such as Oxford Reading Tree, Rigby Star, Project X and PM to develop breadth in reading.


We have taken the statutory content and given it a Berry Brow context so that it becomes relevant and exciting for the children in our school. We established our curriculum based on our ambitions to provide exciting and high quality learning experiences that help children to make sense of the world around them and more especially their immediate community.


In order to achieve our school aims we have built a curriculum that will support children to develop positive attitudes to themselves, to each other and to learning. We will provide new experiences and built on the hard work that our parents have done as first educators.


For more information on our curriculum please do not hesitate to ask, paper copies are available.


See below for year group specific planning.