This section of the website contains documents showing the Curriculum that is taught at Pool Hayes Primary School.
We are proud of our broad, balanced, challenging and inspirational curriculum - in 2018 Ofsted also agreed that PHP offers a high quality of provision;
"Leaders have developed a curriculum that motivates pupils and challenges their learning. You have introduced schemes to support teachers’ planning and ensure that pupils make better progress across the key stages. Subject leaders relish the opportunity, not just to raise pupils’ achievement, but also to inspire a love of learning in their subjects. They are successful in creating an exciting and challenging curriculum for pupils."
The following document is the Primary National Curriculum that has been statutory from September 2014:
Our School uses the Focus Learning Challenge Curriculum to ensure that each child receives a broad and balanced Curriculum with a challenging cross-curricular approach. The following Curriculum Maps outline the cross curricular coverage for each year group:
The following documents are an overview of the text types that are taught in each year group in Literacy for Reading and Writing. Please look at the ‘Bug Club’ section of the website to find out about our fantastic e-book reading scheme that we use from Foundation stage to Year 6. As well as this, the School uses 'Read Write Inc' to deliver phonics lessons:
The following documents are an overview of P.E. taught in the School in conjunction with the Sports Plus Scheme. This year we will be competing with many local schools in Football, Netball and Dodgeball tournaments:
PE Curriculum overview
Long term P.E. overview
Our School follows the Walsall 'SACRE agreed syllabus for religious education' scheme of work to deliver R.E. lessons. The following document outlines the coverage for EYFS, Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2:
Walsall RE Syllabus 2016 - 2021
For any additional information about our curriculum provision please consult the class area for you child found under 'classes' on this website or speak to the class teacher.