The Curriculum at Hamble Primary School
At Hamble Primary School we follow the broad and balanced outline of the National Curriculum.
As a Rights Respecting School, staff work together in year teams to plan learning experiences that work within the framework of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child. Our curriculum is based on the aspiration that our school aims will encompass what our children will be like when they leave us at the end of Year 6.
Our aims are based on the UNCRC and Oxfam’s definition of a ‘global citizen’. We feel that the qualities captured in our aims are essential to prepared our children for life in modern day society.
Through our curriculum we are determined that our children will make excellent progress in reading, writing and maths, regardless of their starting point.
Information about the details of curriculum themes is shared with parents at the start of each new theme, through year group letters (see Class Pages).
We follow the Letters and Sounds phonics programme and use a range of 'book banded' books to support the teaching and development of reading skills.
If you would like to find out more about our curriculum please look through the Class Pages, Newsletters, or talk to any member of the teaching staff. We have included additional information about our curriculum coverage below, please be advised that this is a guide and some aspects may change through the year, depending upon the needs of the children within each year group.