Our Curriculum

Our curriculum helps all children receive an excellent education. We promote intellectual, personal, social and physical development. Want to know more about our curriculum? Give us a call and ask to speak to Beverley Blanchfield, Headteacher.

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Our Curriculum

Curriculum Statement

Curriculum Statement 2020 Year 1 -6 At Co-op Academy Brownhill we believe that all pupils can achieve and that our curriculum should assist them in developing deep, secure knowledge and…

Curriculum Subjects

English Maths Science Geograph History PHSE Music P.E Art D.T R.E I.C.T MFL  

Curriculum Mapping

Curriculum Overview 2020-2021 Early Years Foundation Stage Spring Term 1 Autumn Term 2 Reception Spring Autumn Year 1 Autumn Term 2 Autumn Term 1 Year 2 Spring Term 1 Autumn…

Computing

For our Computing (ICT) lessons, we follow the Rising Stars curriculum. ‘Switched on Computing’ for years 1 to 6 ‘Switched on ICT in the Early Years’ for nursery and reception…

Co-op Academies Trust Curriculum Principles.

Trust Curriculum Statement We are fully committed to providing a broad, balanced, inspiring, challenging curriculum for all our students, which equips them with high quality, relevant qualifications, skills, qualities and…

Early Years Foundation Stage

Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) comprises of nursery and reception. We provide challenging learning experiences, that help develop our children’s independence. Opportunities to practise skills through play, are abundant. Curriculum…

English

With confidence in English, children can access our full and broad curriculum. English is divided into four areas: Speaking & listening Phonics into reading Reading, including comprehension Writing, including punctuation,…

Maths

Each area of maths starts a visual process. Children should be able to see and interact with this process, before they go on to master the application of the maths….

Modern Life in Britain

“Acceptance and engagement with the fundamental British values of democracy, the rule of law, individual liberty and mutual respect and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs; the pupils…

Personal, Social, Health and Economic (PSHE) Education

Year 1 to 6 follow the curriculum scheme ‘You, me and PSHE’, for our ‘Personal, Social, Health and Economic Education’ curriculum. “PSHE education helps pupils to develop the knowledge, skills…

Physical Education

We have a number of extra-curricular sports activities that all pupils can take part in, alongside their regular PE lessons. You can also read about how we use our Sports…

Religious Education

As a multicultural community, we emphasise religious studies as a way to promote understanding and respect towards people of all faiths. Respecting each other is key to building communities and…