Please click on the links below to see an overview of what children will learn about in each school year.
How do we teach reading and phonics at Field End Infants?
We teach a systematic synthetic phonics programme throughout school from Nursery to Year Two which equips children with the skills they need to be able to decode and read words. We have devised a bespoke long term plan that prepares children for and fully covers statutory National Curriculum content. The plan aligns with our reading scheme, 'Dandelion Readers,' allowing children to use their reading books to practise reading words containing the sounds they have been learning in school. Once children have been taught the extended phonic code towards the end of Year One, they begin to read books from the Oxford Reading Tree scheme, which offers access to wide range of texts for independent reading. We take pride in encouraging a love of reading through sharing stories, non-fiction and poetry together and visiting our beautiful school library.
Click below to find out more about our children's views of what they learn in English and to find out how to correctly pronounce the sounds in the extended phonic code!
Our approach to the curriculum at Field End Infants
At Field End Infants, we design our curriculum and plan our approach to teaching in year group teams and in subject discipline based working parties. This allows us to ensure key messages about our provision are communicated and understood effectively across the school. Click on the pages below to find out more about what we intend for children to learn in each subject, how we implement this intent and how we measure the impact of what we teach.