To help support your child at home we have provided grids showing what each class learns throughout the year. Copies can be obtained from school if requested. If you would like any further information about what your child is learning about in school you can do this in the following ways: speak to the class teacher to find out about learning both in and beyond the classroom, talk to our Headteacher who leads on curriculum in our school and come along to Parents’ Evenings each term. We very much look forward to working together with you to share your child’s learning journey.
Please visit our Classes Curriculum Grids to view our learning.
Reading at Bournmoor Primary School
At Bournmoor School Primary, we believe that pupils should enjoy reading a range of fiction and non-fiction texts that allow them to explore a range of interests. Pupils have access to a wide selection of texts and genres.
Reading is taught in a variety of ways including:
- Daily phonic sessions (EYFS and KS1) using the Letters and Sounds scheme.
- Individual reading with the teacher or teaching assistants
- Guided reading sessions
- Reading lessons e.g. poetry, comprehensions, presentations, comparing texts etc…
- Comprehension booklets (KS1 and KS2)
- Whole class texts
- Online reading texts and audio books
- Discrete reading sessions during literacy lessons
- Library time
We follow the Bug Club reading scheme from Pearson.
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Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND)
All pupils follow the National Curriculum at a level and a pace that is appropriate to their needs and abilities. Our school ethos places children with special educational needs at the heart of their personalised learning. We adapt our curriculum to meet individual needs and, when appropriate, amend the curriculum to ensure pupils with SEND have every opportunity to achieve their full potential.
This can be done through a range of strategies including:
- a range of teaching and learning styles including differentiated learning materials
- additional support (whether in or out of class)
- access to ICT and practical equipment to support learning;
- an exciting curriculum that celebrates diversity
- access to additional support in assessments (e.g. extra time for SATs, a reader in tests) when appropriate
Our aim is to make our curriculum accessible to SEND pupils as follows:
Please select the link below to view our Curriculum Accessibility Plan.
If you would like to discuss your SEND requirements in detail please contact the school to arrange an appointment. As well as speaking to the class teacher, you can talk to our SENCO who is Miss Heather Purdy.
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