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Loughton School

Loughton School

 Curriculum Overview

Curriculum and Teaching

Our creative curriculum prepares children for life in modern Britain. We teach a broad and balanced range of subjects incorporating the National Curriculum: English, Mathematics, Science, Computing, History, Geography, Design Technology, Art and Design, Music, PE, Citizenship, Religious Education and PSHE (Personal, Social and Health Education) are taught to all pupils.  Wherever possible we look for cross-curricular links.

At Loughton, we promote British Values, fairness and equality through our PSHE curriculum, our assembly schedules and through a supportive, inclusive culture across the school.

 

Our close links with Loughton Manor and Glastonbury Thorn Schools ensure that the Year 3 curriculum builds on what pupils have learned previously.  We continue to set challenging and enjoyable work at an appropriate level for pupils’ ability throughout their time with us.

Classes are made up of children from one year group.  Teaching methods are flexible and geared to the task in hand, with group and individual teaching within classes.  Interactive whiteboards and visualizers in all classrooms are just some of the tools we use to make learning interesting and enjoyable.  We have 60 Chromebooks and 60 i-Pads in mobile trolleys which are in constant use around the school.

If you would like to find out more about our curriculum, please contact the school on 01908 665971.

How Reading Is Taught at Loughton

Curriculum Statement        Curriculum Policy     Maths and English at Loughton

Teaching and Learning Policy        Assessment, Recording and Reporting Policy

R.E. Statement   P.S.H.E Curriculum  Monitoring Teaching and Learning

Maths Mastery Approach at Loughton  Community Cohesion and British Values

Collective Worship Themes             Science at Loughton

Recent Research Which Informs Our Approach

 

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