We are very proud of our Creative Curriculum. It combines big ideas and interesting topics with our pupil's individual passions and interests. A creative curriculum should include engaging activities that captivate students' attention and work to help them to understand these big ideas. From the time that they start at Woodland Grange our children are learning through play, asking questions and finding things out. As they move through the school they are supported in their learning, they have the space and time to apply what they know and broaden their interests. The goal of our creative curriculum is to help children become independent, self-confident, inquisitive and enthusiastic learners.
Explore our year group learn sites (pupils will need their unique log in) to see examples of the way we bring our curriculum alive our "Curriculum in Action".
Our Maths Overviews
We have added a document that breaks down each area of maths across key stage 1 (year 1 & 2) & key stage 2 (years 3-6)
Our Calculation Policies
Parents may find these policies useful as they describe the
Our PE Curriculum
Click below to find out more information about the PE that we do at Woodland Grange.
Our Curriculum Overviews
We are always refining and updating our curriculum both inline with National guidance and also according to our school priorities. These are to be viewed as a guide to each year at Woodland Grange.
Our Music Curriculum
Click below to find out more information about the music that we do at Woodland Grange. We have included files that give an overview of DioSing in year 3 and ensemble teaching which happens in year 4.
Our Phonics Provision
At Woodland Grange we base our phonics provision follow the DfE 'Letters and Sounds' scheme for teaching phonics. Phonics should be thought of as a body of knowledge, a series of skills that children can be taught as they grow and develop. We have adapted the scheme to include a grammar and spelling focus for children in KS1.
Our Writing Development Plan & Assessment Criteria
Click below to find out about our whole school plan to develop writing at WGPS and assessment criteria for each year group showing what we want children to achieve by the end of the year.
Our RE Whole School Plan
Click to download our Whole School RE plan. RE has a place both in furthering your child's view of different Religions and also in their spiritual, moral, social and cultural understanding of the World.