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Springfield Primary Curriculum

Our Curriculum

'Tell me and I'll forget: show me and I may remember; involve me and I will understand.'

Learning and achievement drives everything that we do at Springfield Primary School. Our role, in partnership with parents, is to provide an exciting and purposeful curriculum which builds the foundations for a successful education, to enable each child to discover the joy of learning, to help them to fulfil every aspect of their potential and to encourage their growth into effective citizens, ready to play their part in the world and their community.

We want all our children to experience success and enjoy their learning when at school. We aim to achieve this through high standards of teaching within a happy, structured and caring environment. While following the National Curriculum, we ensure our children enjoy their learning through encouraging creativity. Through a rich and engaging curriculum, we motivate our learners to accumulate skills for life: children are encouraged to learn through enquiry.


The curriculum offered by Springfield Primary school will promote:

  • The highest standards of achievement by all pupils, regardless of ability, disability, ethnic origin and gender;

  • Pupils ‘spiritual, moral, social and cultural development, preparing them for life as effective citizens of the future.

  • Physical and mental development and an awareness of the importance of a healthy lifestyle.

  • Enable pupils to develop moral sensibility through carefully taught values.


  • Our school curriculum is securely underpinned by the principles of Values Education following the agreed Values timetable.


The organisation of the curriculum

  • There is a whole school curriculum 2 year overview detailing when objectives will be taught across the school.

  • Literacy and Numeracy are planned using objectives from the National Curriculum. Cross curricular links are made wherever possible.

  • Phonics teaching in Foundation Stage and Key Stage one is taught using the Read Write Inc scheme.
  • Setting takes place in KS2 for Numeracy. This enables the teaching to focus on a particular age range or level of ability.

  • The RE scheme of work is based on the agreed West Berkshire syllabus.

  • Foundation stage follow the Early Years Foundation Stage Framework.

  • For further information about our school curriculum please click here
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