At Woodthorpe Infant School, we are committed to delivering a broad and balanced curriculum which excites, engages and gives children the opportunity to explore and deepen their understanding.
Each day consists of phonics, reading, English and mathematics sessions, with other areas of the curriculum being taught throughout the week, including aspects related to Personal, Social and Health Education, British Values, and Relationships and Health Education.
Detailed information about the curriculum at Woodthorpe Infant School, including our intent, implementation and impact can be viewed below. If you have any questions regarding the curriculum we teach, please contact the school directly.
You can view our year group curriculum presentations here.
The expectation for letter formation changes as our children progress through school. In Foundation 2, children work on forming letters without leads in or lead outs, concentrating on starting and finishing in the correct place.
In Year 1 there is a transition from forming letters without lead ins or lead outs to forming them with lead ins and lead outs. By the end of Year 1, children should be forming all their letters with lead ins and lead outs.
During Year 2, children continue to work on their letter formation with lead ins and lead outs. When children are forming their letters correctly in relation to each other and the line, they will begin to work on joining their writing.
Click here to view our 'Maths Messages' to understand how maths is taught and learnt at Woodthorpe Infant School.
The Jo Boaler TED Talk video mentioned in the maths messages video can be found here.