Curriculum

Here you can access all information related to our school curriculum, including long-term objectives, latest curriculum news and our ‘Golden Wall’ pupil showcase.

Curriculum Information Types

A school curriculum is broad and comprises a lot of information. To best communicate this to you, our curriculum information is broken down as follows:

(Use the title links above to jump to the relevant sections)

1. Curriculum Introduction and Overview
This top level information can be found on this page. It includes curriculum overview, along with phonics scheme and complaints procedure information, relevant for the whole school. 
2. Assessment Documents
Documents outlining longer term objectives and plans for different subjects, also found on this page.
3. Long Term Plans For Each Class >
These documents can be found their respective class pages. This can be accessed via the main menu or via the classes page here.
4. Class Newsletters For Each Year Group >
These documents provide year group specific information about what children will be learning during each term. So you don’t miss out, they will also appear on your child’s class page news feed as they are published, along with all the other class news.
5. Curriculum News >
These are curriculum news articles from daily life at Corpus, with accompanying photos and videos, to give you an insight into the classroom, strengthen the home-school partnership and celebrate the work the children are producing. As with all news, the articles can be found in our main news feed and on specific class pages. You can use the category links at the top of the articles to explore specific subjects in more detail. You can also browse specific subject via the links in the sidebar on this page.
6. The Golden Wall >
A collection of examples of great work from our pupils that we are proud to publish. Any pupil featuring on the Golden Wall, has earnt the title of Golden Champion! For quick access you can also find The Golden Wall in the Classes drop down menu.  

Curriculum Introduction and Overview

Our curriculum is designed to develop the whole child and aims to meet the needs and interests of all pupils through quality teaching and learning, the highest possible standards and hard work.


Assessment Documents

The following documents were discussed and distributed on the assessment evening on the 14th January 2016. These documents should provide any parents not in attendance on the evening, the chance to learn more about the new systems for tracking progress. 

Life without Levels

Band 1 – Science

Band 1 – Maths

Band 1 – English – Writing

Band 1 – English – Reading – Spoken Language

Band 2 – English – Reading – Spoken Language

Band 2 – English – Writing

Band 2 – Maths

Band 2 – Science

Band 3 Poster-English-Reading-SpokenLanguage

Band 3 – English – Writing

Band 3 – Maths Band

Band 3 – Science

Band 4 English – Reading – Spoken Language

Band 4 – English – Writing

Band 4 – Maths

Band 4 – Science

Band 5 – English – Reading – Spoken Language

Band 5 – English – Writing

Band 5 – Maths

Band 5 – Science

Band 6 – English – Reading – Spoken Language

Band 6 – English – Writing

Band 6 – Maths

Band 6 – Science


EYFS and KS1 Phonics Schemes

Details currently being prepared.


Additional Curriculum

We recognise that children learn in lots of ways and we are committed to providing a broad, exciting and challenging curriculum which gives every child the chance to excel both during and after school.

Learn more about the wide range of activities on offer on our Clubs and Enrichment page. 


Curriculum Complaints Procedure

  • The Head Teacher deals with all aspects of the school curriculum and is the first point of contact for any parent who has concerns about what is taught and learned in school.
  • School rarely receive complaints about the curriculum, but all schools are required to set out a curriculum complaints procedure.
  • If you contact us we will try to answer any questions you may have in an informal and helpful manner.
  • If, the concerns cannot be resolved, then a formal complaint may be referred to the Governing Body and from there to the Local Education. Please refer to our Complaints Policy for more information on how to do this.

Still Want To Know More?

If you can’t find the curriculum information that you’re looking for, or want to find out more about our curriculum, please speak to your teacher, or another member of staff.