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Our curriculum

Churchfield’s SPRING curriculum is designed to create life-long learners who care about their world

Spring Curriculum

Churchfield’s SPRING curriculum is designed to create life-long learners who care about their world. It is a springboard to give our children the skills, knowledge and personal qualities to enable them to become whatever they want to be.

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Curriculum Subject Pages

Please see below our draft curriculum subject pages. These are not all finished yet, but we were keen to share with you what we have so far. Click on an image to take you to an external website.

Art

Curriculum Page - Art

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French

Curriculum Page - French

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Maths

Curriculum Page - Maths

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Religious Education

Curriculum Page - Science

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Music

A screenshot of the Churchfield Curriculum Google Site Page for Music

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PSHE

A screenshot of the Churchfield Curriculum Google Site Page for PSHE

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A screenshot of the Churchfield Curriculum Google Site Page for PSHE

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English

Curriculum Page - English

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History

Curriculum Page - History

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PE

Curriculum Page - PE

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Science

Curriculum Page - Science

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Geography

A screenshot of the Churchfield Curriculum Google Site Page for Geography

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Design Technology

In Design Technology each year we teach the skills of:

  • ‘Designing’ – developing, planning and discussing ideas
  • ‘Making’ – working with tools, equipment, materials and components to make quality products
  • ‘Evaluating’ – evaluating the process and the products created.

Throughout their time at Churchfield, children will have the opportunity to take part in lots of DT different projects, for example making a fruit salad in year 1, creating their very own chocolate bar in year 3 and even building an Egyptian temple in year 4!

DT teaching is progressive so that each year, children build upon the skills that they were taught the previous year. Teachers work hard to make sure that their pupils’ next teacher is aware of the skills taught in the previous year group so they can develop these skills further.

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