At Reedley Primary School, we follow the Lancashire themed approach to curriculum planning. Our curriculum is organised into six themes across the year - one for each half term. We make sure that reading, writing, mathematics and computing skills are embedded throughout each theme to allow our children to apply the skills they have learnt.
The subject content for each year group, for religious education, is based upon the LA Agreed Syllabus for RE.
Our curriculum overview for each year group can be found by clicking on the Curriculum Maps below.
In addition to the curriculum overviews, you can view our Knowledge Organisers on our class pages for details of what your child is learning this half term.
Reading is taught through daily, high quality synthetic phonics lessons. We have been early adopters (one of seven schools in Lancashire) for the new phonics scheme, Red Rose Phonics.
Children have decodable books to consolidate their phonic knowledge and also reading for pleasure books to share with an adult at home. These are chosen by the children from classroom bookshelves and the school library.
If you have any questions about the school's curriculum, please contact your child's class teacher or our curriculum leader and Deputy Headteacher, Mrs Gorrell via the school office.
Information relating to how we ensure our curriculum is inclusive and accessible to learners with special education needs and disabilities can be found in our SEND policy and from our SENDCo, Miss Cowell. When planning our curriculum, we comply with the duties as stated in the 'Special Educational Needs and Disability Regulations 2014' and the 'Equality Act 2010'.