St Margaret's CE Primary


The curriculum to be covered each term by each class is notified in advance to all parents at the start of each term. Please see curriculum letters on the letters page.

Should prospective parents wish to have further details of the content for each or any year group, such information can obtained from the school office.

The school aims to celebrate and encourage the achievements of each individual pupil.

Our Curriculum Intent

Our intent is to provide our children with an

Engaging, Exciting and Empowering knowledge and skills

led curriculum that equips them as readers,

question-raisers, investigators, confident learners

and compassionate leaders for today and tomorrow.........

Downloadable Booklets

Welcome Booklet Parent School Partnership Booklet Curriculum Policy

EYFS Framework and Profile - Info for Parents and Carers

Remote Learning Policy

Providing remote education - information to parents

Curriculum Overview 2022

Writing - subject on a page

Maths - subject on a page

Reading on a page

/Phonics on a page

Mathematics Targets - End of Year Expectations

Curriculum Plan


Writing Milestones

Reading Milestones

Maths Milestones

Reading and Phonics in KS1

To support the teaching of phonics, we mainly use the Phonic Shed scheme. Children become familiar with the letter sounds using the phonics cards and we teach the phonemes in the order suggested in the Phonic Shed materials. Teachers supplement their teaching using various websites and interactive games such as Espresso and Phonics Play.

Our principal reading scheme is Collins Big Cat. Most children take home a Collins Big Cat reading book however, we supplement our reading scheme using the Oxford Reading Tree materials.

Phonics Information for Parents
Reading Letter - Helpful Hints

 We also encourage the children to read a range of other books from our class library areas and books are carefully chosen to share with the children at ‘story time’ so that they are accessing a wide range of reading materials.

A Parents Guide to helping children read