Here at St. Dunstan's, all staff work tirelessly to ensure that our children learn through a curriculum that is engaging, exciting, challenging and relevant to them and their surroundings.
At the core of our curriculum is a dedication to our children acquiring the key skills in reading, writing and maths, and providing them with experiences and opportunities to apply these skills.
Our curriculum seeks to be creative and allow pupils' talents to shine. We present our learning in a variety of ways and look to enrich teaching and learning with trips to relevant sites in our local area and beyond, and through having visitors in our school.
Please look at our class pages to see how we enhance children's learning in lots of exciting ways!
National Curriculum 2014
From September 2014, Year 1, Year 3, Year 4 and Year 5 adopted and followed programmes of study set out in the National Curriculum (2014) for Mathematics, English, Science and Foundation subjects: (Art & Design, Design Technology, Computing (formerly known as Information Technology), Music, History, Geography and Physical Education. French is also taught in Key Stage 2.
From September 2015 all year groups began following the new National Curriculum (2014)