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St Merryn School Summary Data 2018_2019

Curriculum Statement

St Merryn School uses the National Curriculum to plan cross-curricular units of work which are meaningful and engaging for all pupils.

The school curriculum is broad and balanced providing opportunities for all pupils to learn and achieve; whilst promoting spiritual, moral, social and cultural development, and preparing all pupils for the opportunities, responsibilities and experiences of life.

At St Merryn, there is an emphasis on the ‘Learning Powered Approach’, embracing a growth mindset  to develop resilient, independent learners. We foster a nurturing environment where all pupils collaborate together to develop a love of learning. St Merryn prides itself on extending the classroom out within the wider community environment, as well as using the platform of the performing arts to excel across the broader curriculum.

Please click on the subject areas below to see what your child will be learning in each curriculum area.

English:

Year 1

Year 1 English Reading Spoken Language

Year 1 English Writing

Year 2

Year 2 English Reading Spoken Language

Year 2 English Writing 

Year 3

Year 3 English Reading Spoken Language

Year 3 English Writing

Year 4

Year 4 English Reading Spoken Language

Year 4 English Writing

Year 5

Year 5 English Reading Spoken Language 

Year 5 English Writing

Year 6

Year 6 English Reading Spoken Language 

Year 6 English Writing

Maths:

Year 1 – Year 1 Maths

Year 2 – Year 2 Maths Number Addition Subtraction etc.

Year 2 Maths Properties of Shapes

Year 3 – Year 3 Maths

Year 4 – Year 4 Maths

Year 5 – Year 5 Maths

Year 6 – Year 6 Maths

Science:

Year 1 – Year 1 Science

Year 2 – Year 2 Science

Year 3 – Year 3 Science

Year 4 – Year 4 Science

Year 5 – Year 5 Science

Year 6 – Year 6 Science

Subjects:

Art & Design

Computing

Design Technology

Geography

History

Languages

Music

Physical Education

Religious Education

Please follow this link to the Cornwall Agreed Syllabus for Religious Education https://www.cornwall.gov.uk/media/9227047/Agreed-syllabus-2014.pdf

Please see the link below to find out more about the curriculum for each year group.

https://www.gov.uk/government/collections/national-curriculum