To find out more about your child’s curriculum please see your child’s teacher or click on their Year group on the left.
Our school curriculum has been drawn up in consultation with staff, parents, governors and pupils, in response to the National Curriculum Guidelines introduced in September 2013. Our aim, at Plympton St Maurice Primary School, is to provide a broad and balanced curriculum that is relevant to today’s young learners.
We want our curriculum to be exciting to teach and engaging to learn, opening up new ideas and concepts, in order to give pupils a thirst to be lifelong learners.
We aim to provide all pupils with academic and authentic learning opportunities that both ignite their passion for learning and enhance their ability and motivation to contribute as citizens in the community.
Our curriculum is inclusive to all, with social, moral, spiritual and cultural development being a thread that weaves through all areas of the curriculum.
For further information please click on the link to your child’s year group.
The following sections give information to all parents on the topics covered by each individual class.
Please click on the relevant year to see what your child will be covering this term.
We have also included information regarding Forest Schools. Each class will have their alloted time with our Forest Schools Co-ordinator. This link will give you more information what is covered.
This area gives the names of those children who have been chosen to fill these very important roles.
This section has been updated to include the Academic Year 2013/2014 end of Year results.
We strive to ensure that all children are able to access learning and achieve their potential in a safe and stimulating environment.
This section will give details on how we aim to achieve this.
In this section we have presented how the school has spent it’s allocation of Pupil Premium to enhance the provision specifically for disadvantaged children.
Please click the link below to view the Curriculum Changes relating to the new National Curriculum being introduced in September 2014