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Our Curriculum

At Littleport Community Primary School, our curriculum has our children at its heart. We believe in an exciting and engaging curriculum that is stimulating, challenging and fun, and a curriculum that offers our children a wealth of experiences and new challenges. On this page you can find the statutory requirements for each curriculum subject at Littleport as well as an overview of the curriculum in each year group. This is in line  with DfE expectations of schools from September 2014. As a school, we reviewed our curriculum during the spring and summer terms 2014; staff have collaborated to create a curriculum for our children which we will be continually reviewing to ensure it meets everyone's needs.


As well as our statutory obligations, as a school we have also decided upon four key elements that are essential to learning at Littleport. These school drivers are a powerful way of defining the curriclum in our school and underpin our whole school ethos. We have decided to focus on four school essentials that we feel will drive forward our curriculum and enrich our pupils' experiences:


Enterprise: Littleport children are enterprising and can show initiative to solve problems. They work independently and within groups rather than rely on adult support.


Diversity: Children at Littleport Community Primary School have broad horizons and celebrate many different types of lifestyles, cultures and traditions.


Enquiry: At Littleport Community Primary School, children develop a curiosity about the world around them. They ask questions and are active participants in their learning.


Outdoor Learning: We value our environment and are passionate about learning outside. We look for opportunities to learn out of doors, enriching our experiences across the curriculum.


Our School Curriculum


Here you can find information about each of our subjects; the statutory requirements for each subject and progression in that subject throughout the school.


If you are interested to find out more about our curriculum then please speak to your child's class teacher or contact Mr Clark, Deputy Head.


If you wish to find out more about the National Curriculum 2014 in general then please visit the DfE's website at this link:


Early Years Foundation Stage

Phonics is systematically taught following the Letters and Sounds programme throughout the EYFS and Key Stage 1. In Key Stage 2, where applicable, decoding skills are supported by targeted intervention linked to Letters and Sounds materials.

Modern Foreign Languages

Personal, Social, Health Education

5th July 2018