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Headteacher : James Pynn
Age Range : 3 to 11
Number of Pupils : 33

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Long Term Plans

Parents can find out more about our curriculum by speaking either with the class teacher or the Headteacher.  If you would like to contact Mr Pynn by email please click on the link headteacher@hshafed.uk.

 

Please click below to read our long term plans.  Termly plans can also be found on each class page.

 

Long Term Planning Documents

KS1 & KS2 Curriculum Maestro Long Term Plan 2020-2022

Curriculum Maestro Long Term Plan 2020

 

EYFS and KS1 - Long Term Curriculum Plan

KS2 Long Term Curriculum Plan 2018-2020

KS2 Long Term Curriculum Plan 2020-2022

Maths Long Term Plan 2020-2021

MFL Planning Document

PE Rolling Programme 

RE Rolling Programme 

 

Termly Plans

Autumn Term (KS1) 2020/2021 Planning Document

Autumn Term (KS2) 2020/2021 Planning Document

 

Spring Term (KS1) 2020/2021 Planning Document

Spring Term (KS2) 2020/2021 Planning Document

 

Summer Term (KS1) 2020/2021 Planning Document

Summer Term (KS2) 2020/2021 Planning Document

 

Autumn Term (KS1) 2019/2020 Planning Document

Autumn Term (KS2) 2019/2020 Planning Document

 

Spring Term (KS1) 2019/2020 Planning Document

Spring Term (KS2) 2019/2020 Planning Document

 

PSHE

UKS2 3D 2020 Coverage Matrix

LKS2 3D 2020 Coverage Matrix

KS1 3D 2020 Coverage Matrix

Infants Curriculum Cycle

Juniors Curriculum Cycle

 

Curriculum

Click on the link to view our Curriculum Statement 2020 

Click on the link for a copy of the new "Primary National Curriculum 2014"

 

Collective Worship

St. Hilda’s School, being a Church of England school, lays emphasis on Christian worship, following the festivals and celebrations of the Church whilst also including topical events, seasonal festivals, lives of famous people and stories or legends.  Acts of worship are held in school every day and the Revd. Catherine Reid regularly takes some of these.

Parents, friends and villagers are invited to annual Harvest Festival and Christmas Carol Services held in St. Hilda’s Church, Ampleforth.

Parents have the right, under the Education Act of 1944, to withdraw their children from R.E. and Collective Worship if they so wish.

Religious Education

All County and Controlled schools must provide religious education for all pupils (apart from those withdrawn by their parents) as part of the basic curriculum.  St. Hilda’s School has adopted the North Yorkshire Agreed Syllabus and Guidelines for Collective Worship.  RE Statement of Entitlement for Church Schools

Sex and Relationships Education

The provision of Sex and Relationships Education in St. Hilda’s School is the responsibility of the Governing Body under the mandate of the 1986 Education Act. It will be dealt with as part of a theme or in response to a child’s query, when it is answered in a factual way in the context of a Christian approach to family life.  Puberty and human reproduction are covered for year 5 and 6 children in sessions provided by experienced teaching staff. Parents are consulted and informed of this programme of Sex Education and are given the option of withdrawing their children from these sessions. This has proved to be an effective approach.

Equal Opportunities

The school believes in equal opportunities for all regardless of gender, racial background or disability (physical or intellectual).  We recognise that all children must have every opportunity to develop to the fullest extent. The primary objective of this school will, therefore, be to educate, develop and prepare all our pupils, whatever their sex, colour, culture, origin or ability, for life as adults.

Homework

In Key Stage 1 school reading books are sent home with a reading record booklet so both school and parents are aware of progress. Please make sure that you record the book that your child has read and comment in the reading record book, so that the teachers can use that information to help with work in school. Spellings and “tricky words” are also sent home for children to learn to read and to spell.

In addition an amount of homework is given each week to children in Key Stage 2, e.g. learning tables, learning spellings, completing/preparing work, a maths game or task linked to their current theme. It is still important for children in KS2 to read regularly at home and this is a key part of their homework.

 

Please click here to view Acorn Class (KS1) Homepage

Please click here to view Oak Class (KS2) Homepage

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