Learning Together In God's World

Respect.
We show respect by caring for others and our school.
Hope.
We show hope by believing in ourselves and others.
Courage
We show courage by always making the right choice.
Friendship.
We show friendship by working together and including others.

Honesty.
We show honesty by always telling the truth.
Perseverance.
We show perseverance by trying our best and never giving up.
Thankfulness.
We show thankfulness by celebrating how special we are and not taking things for granted.
Responsibility.
We show responsibility by keeping ourselves and other safe.


With God's Love at our roots, we nurture and guide every unique individual to grow in a caring and secure Christian environment.

Curriculum

St Chad's have now received their allocation for ITT places for 2017/18 and the opening date for applications.
The St Chad's Alliance has been allocated 10 places and the opening date is 18th October 2016.

Please click on the link below for more information.

 

Curriculum provision, content and approach

 

We aim to provide a broad and balanced curriculum that is stimulating to the children, relevant to their context and interests and which motivates them with their learning. To help us achieve this; we involve the children when deciding the focus of the themes, we introduce the theme with an exciting ‘hook for learning’ and we teach using a thematic cross-curricular approach. Whenever possible, we use the community and local habitats to enrich learning and provide a real-world link with which to challenge the children.

Provision in the Early Years Foundation Stage allows for continuous provision with indoor and outdoor environments being well planned, stimulating and designed to support purposeful child initiated play to maximize learning opportunities. These opportunities are continuously developed by the highly skilled staff who use rigorous observations to monitor and assess progress and determine next steps in learning for the individual child.

 

Our approach to reading.

 

Staff at St. Anne’s C of E Lydgate Primary School use a structured synthetic phonics programme which is linked to our main reading books from the Oxford Reading Tree.

The core phonics programme is delivered through Floppy’s Phonics, supported by Letters and Sounds, and is augmented by a range of reading books across genres. These books are normally Oxford Reading Tree books though we do support and challenge more able readers with the Rigby Star range of texts.

Children also have at least one guided reading session per week when a teacher listens to them and discusses the text to develop their understanding.

Where possible and voluntary adult support allows, there is also a weekly 1:1 reading session for children with reading records used to encourage a home-school partnership approach with parents. Reading records are also used to communicate with parents so progress remains central to our love of learning approach.

 

Staff Curriculum Area 2017

Name

Subject Area

Miss Platt

Geography & History

Miss Jenkinson

SENCO & Art

 Mr. Casey

P.E. & PSHE

Mrs Claire Calverley-Smith

English, RE, Guided Reading, Writing, SPAG,Music & British Values

Miss Lynsey Coleman

Maths, Assessment, Phonics, ICT & MFL

Mrs Jane Fraser

 

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Miss Lees

Assessment, Collective Worship,  & Gifted & Talented.

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Science