When children leave our school, we want them to be able to go on to their chosen High School with certain characteristics. We want them to be kind, understanding, patient and caring and always ready to learn. In order to achieve this, our school will deliver a curriculum which ensures that children are given opportunities to:


1. Develop their knowledge and understanding of the National Curriculum subjects, and achieve their full potential.

2. Collaborate with others confidently and respectfully in a variety of different ways.

3. Be fully prepared for the next stage of their education and life in modern Britain.

4. Develop their experiences of diversity and how this benefits our local and national communities


Long Term Curriculum Map Class 1

EYFS Maths Overview

Y1 Maths Overview

Y2 Maths Overview



Reading and Phonics 

At Winmarleigh Church of England Primary School we place a very high priority on developing children’s skills in reading and writing. When teaching Phonics, we follow, with fidelity, Essential Letters and Sounds for Phonics across EYFS, KS1 and for any children in KS2 who need additional phonics practice. Children in EYFS and Key Stage 1 receive daily systematic, synthetic phonics sessions lasting 30 minutes. We ensure children read books that help them to practise the sounds they have learnt. All of the reading books are decodable and matched to the phonics phases. These follow the Essential Letters & Sounds scheme


ELS Information

ELS Phonics Policy

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