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1 Introduction 4, 2 The school curriculum in England 5. 3 The national curriculum in England 6, 4 Inclusion 8. 5 Numeracy and mathematics 9, 6 Language and literacy 10. 7 Programmes of study and attainment targets 12, English 13. Spoken language years 1 to 6 17, Key stage 1 year 1 19.
Key stage 1 year 2 26, Lower key stage 2 years 3 and 4 33. Upper key stage 2 years 5 and 6 41, English Appendix 1 Spelling 49. Spelling work for year 1 50, Spelling work for year 2 55. Spelling work for years 3 and 4 59, Word list years 3 and 4 64. Spelling years 5 and 6 66, Word list years 5 and 6 71.
International Phonetic Alphabet non statutory 73, English Appendix 2 Vocabulary grammar and punctuation 74. Glossary for the programmes of study for English non statutory 80. Mathematics 99, Key stage 1 years 1 and 2 101, Year 1 programme of study 102. Year 2 programme of study 107, Lower key stage 2 years 3 and 4 113. Year 3 programme of study 114, Year 4 programme of study 120. Upper key stage 2 years 5 and 6 126, Year 5 programme of study 127.
Year 6 programme of study 135, Mathematics Appendix 1 Examples of formal written methods for addition. subtraction multiplication and division 142, Science 144. Key stage 1 146, Key stage 1 programme of study years 1 and 2 147. Year 1 programme of study 148, Year 2 programme of study 151. Lower key stage 2 years 3 and 4 154, Lower key stage 2 programme of study 155.
Year 3 programme of study 157, Year 4 programme of study 161. Upper key stage 2 years 5 and 6 165, Upper key stage 2 programme of study 166. Year 5 programme of study 168, Year 6 programme of study 172. Art and design 176, Computing 178, Design and technology 180. Geography 184, History 188, Languages 193, Physical education 198.
1 Introduction, 1 Introduction, 1 1 This document sets out the framework for the national curriculum at key stages 1 and. 2 and includes, contextual information about both the overall school curriculum and the statutory. national curriculum including the statutory basis of the latter. aims for the statutory national curriculum, statements on inclusion and on the development of pupils competence in. numeracy and mathematics language and literacy across the school curriculum. programmes of study for key stages 1 and 2 for all the national curriculum. subjects that are taught at these key stages, 2 The school curriculum in England. 2 The school curriculum in England, 2 1 Every state funded school must offer a curriculum which is balanced and broadly.
based 1 and which, promotes the spiritual moral cultural mental and physical development of pupils. at the school and of society and, prepares pupils at the school for the opportunities responsibilities and. experiences of later life, 2 2 The school curriculum comprises all learning and other experiences that each school. plans for its pupils The national curriculum forms one part of the school curriculum. 2 3 All state schools are also required to make provision for a daily act of collective. worship and must teach religious education to pupils at every key stage and sex and. relationship education to pupils in secondary education. 2 4 Maintained schools in England are legally required to follow the statutory national. curriculum which sets out in programmes of study on the basis of key stages subject. content for those subjects that should be taught to all pupils All schools must publish. their school curriculum by subject and academic year online 2. 2 5 All schools should make provision for personal social health and economic. education PSHE drawing on good practice Schools are also free to include other. subjects or topics of their choice in planning and designing their own programme of. See Section 78 of the 2002 Education Act http www legislation gov uk ukpga 2002 32 section 78 which. applies to all maintained schools Academies are also required to offer a broad and balanced curriculum in. accordance with Section 1 of the 2010 Academies Act. http www legislation gov uk ukpga 2010 32 section 1. From September 2012 all schools are required to publish information in relation to each academic year. relating to the content of the school s curriculum for each subject and details about how additional. information relating to the curriculum may be obtained http www legislation gov uk uksi 2012 1124 made. 3 The national curriculum in England, 3 The national curriculum. in England, 3 1 The national curriculum provides pupils with an introduction to the essential.
knowledge that they need to be educated citizens It introduces pupils to the best that. has been thought and said and helps engender an appreciation of human creativity. and achievement, 3 2 The national curriculum is just one element in the education of every child There is. time and space in the school day and in each week term and year to range beyond. the national curriculum specifications The national curriculum provides an outline of. core knowledge around which teachers can develop exciting and stimulating lessons. to promote the development of pupils knowledge understanding and skills as part of. the wider school curriculum, 3 3 Pupils of compulsory school age in community and foundation schools including. community special schools and foundation special schools and in voluntary aided. and voluntary controlled schools must follow the national curriculum It is organised. on the basis of four key stages 3 and twelve subjects classified in legal terms as. core and other foundation subjects, 3 4 The Secretary of State for Education is required to publish programmes of study for. each national curriculum subject setting out the matters skills and processes to be. taught at each key stage Schools are free to choose how they organise their school. day as long as the content of the national curriculum programmes of study is taught. to all pupils, The key stage 2 programmes of study for English mathematics and science are presented in this. document as lower years 3 and 4 and upper years 5 and 6 This distinction is made as guidance for. teachers and is not reflected in legislation The legal requirement is to cover the content of the. programmes of study for years 3 to 6 by the end of key stage 2. 3 The national curriculum in England, 3 5 The structure of the national curriculum in terms of which subjects are compulsory at.
each key stage is set out in the table below, Figure 1 Structure of the national curriculum. Key stage 1 Key stage 2 Key stage 3 Key stage 4, Age 5 7 7 11 11 14 14 16. Year groups 1 2 3 6 7 9 10 11, Core subjects, Mathematics. Foundation subjects, Art and design, Citizenship, Design and technology. Physical education, 3 6 All schools are also required to teach religious education at all key stages.
Secondary schools must provide sex and relationship education. Figure 2 Statutory teaching of religious education and sex and relationship education. Key stage 1 Key stage 2 Key stage 3 Key stage 4, Age 5 7 7 11 11 14 14 16. Year groups 1 2 3 6 7 9 10 11, Religious education. Sex and relationship, At key stage 2 the subject title is foreign language at key stage 3 it is modern foreign language. 4 Inclusion, 4 Inclusion, Setting suitable challenges. 4 1 Teachers should set high expectations for every pupil They should plan stretching. work for pupils whose attainment is significantly above the expected standard They. have an even greater obligation to plan lessons for pupils who have low levels of. prior attainment or come from disadvantaged backgrounds Teachers should use. appropriate assessment to set targets which are deliberately ambitious. Responding to pupils needs and overcoming potential barriers. for individuals and groups of pupils, 4 2 Teachers should take account of their duties under equal opportunities legislation.
that covers race disability sex religion or belief sexual orientation pregnancy and. maternity and gender reassignment 5, 4 3 A wide range of pupils have special educational needs many of whom also have. disabilities Lessons should be planned to ensure that there are no barriers to every. pupil achieving In many cases such planning will mean that these pupils will be able. to study the full national curriculum The SEN Code of Practice includes advice on. approaches to identification of need which can support this A minority of pupils will. need access to specialist equipment and different approaches The SEN Code of. Practice outlines what needs to be done for them, 4 4 With the right teaching that recognises their individual needs many disabled pupils. may have little need for additional resources beyond the aids which they use as part. of their daily life Teachers must plan lessons so that these pupils can study every. national curriculum subject Potential areas of difficulty should be identified and. addressed at the outset of work, 4 5 Teachers must also take account of the needs of pupils whose first language is not. English Monitoring of progress should take account of the pupil s age length of time. in this country previous educational experience and ability in other languages. 4 6 The ability of pupils for whom English is an additional language to take part in the. national curriculum may be in advance of their communication skills in English. Teachers should plan teaching opportunities to help pupils develop their English and. should aim to provide the support pupils need to take part in all subjects. Age is a protected characteristic under the Equality Act 2010 but it is not applicable to schools in relation. to education or as far as relating to those under the age of 18 the provision of services it is a relevant. protected characteristic in relation to the provision of services or employment so when thinking about. staff Marriage and civil partnership are also a protected characteristic but only in relation to employment. 5 Numeracy and mathematics, 5 Numeracy and mathematics. 5 1 Teachers should use every relevant subject to develop pupils mathematical fluency. Confidence in numeracy and other mathematical skills is a precondition of success. across the national curriculum, 5 2 Teachers should develop pupils numeracy and mathematical reasoning in all.
subjects so that they understand and appreciate the importance of mathematics. Pupils should be taught to apply arithmetic fluently to problems understand and use. measures make estimates and sense check their work Pupils should apply their. geometric and algebraic understanding and relate their understanding of probability. to the notions of risk and uncertainty They should also understand the cycle of. collecting presenting and analysing data They should be taught to apply their. mathematics to both routine and non routine problems including breaking down. more complex problems into a series of simpler steps. 6 Language and literacy, 6 Language and literacy, 6 1 Teachers should develop pupils spoken language reading writing and vocabulary. as integral aspects of the teaching of every subject English is both a subject in its. own right and the medium for teaching for pupils understanding the language. provides access to the whole curriculum Fluency in the English language is an. essential foundation for success in all subjects, Spoken language. 6 2 Pupils should be taught to speak clearly and convey ideas confidently using Standard. English They should learn to justify ideas with reasons ask questions to check. understanding develop vocabulary and build knowledge negotiate evaluate and. build on the ideas of others and select the appropriate register for effective. communication They should be taught to give well structured descriptions and. explanations and develop their understanding through speculating hypothesising. and exploring ideas This will enable them to clarify their thinking as well as organise. their ideas for writing, Reading and writing, 6 3 Teachers should develop pupils reading and writing in all subjects to support their. acquisition of knowledge Pupils should be taught to read fluently understand. extended prose both fiction and non fiction and be encouraged to read for pleasure. Schools should do everything to promote wider reading They should provide library. facilities and set ambitious expectations for reading at home Pupils should develop. the stamina and skills to write at length with accurate spelling and punctuation They. should be taught the correct use of grammar They should build on what they have. been taught to expand the range of their writing and the variety of the grammar they. use The writing they do should include narratives explanations descriptions. comparisons summaries and evaluations such writing supports them in rehearsing. understanding and consolidating what they have heard or read. 6 Language and literacy, Vocabulary development, 6 4 Pupils acquisition and command of vocabulary are key to their learning and progress. across the whole curriculum Teachers should therefore develop vocabulary actively. building systematically on pupils current knowledge They should increase pupils. store of words in general simultaneously they should also make links between. known and new vocabulary and discuss the shades of meaning in similar words In. this way pupils expand the vocabulary choices that are available to them when they. 2 Contents 1 Introduction 4 2 The school curriculum in England 5 3 The national curriculum in England 6 4 Inclusion 8 5 Numeracy and mathematics 9

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