How the St Agnes Curriculum Works

Our curriculum, which is based on the National Curriculum, is designed to increase children’s knowledge  and develop the requisite skills. The curriculum equip them with the ability to use the acquired knowledge in different contexts, understanding as they grow and develop and become more aware of the world around them and fostering positive attitudes to the work they do at school.

St Agnes’ curriculum is carefully planned and structured to ensure that learning is continuous, and that the children make good progress with the development of their learning. We  try to ensure that the knowledge and skills gained are used across the whole curriculum and not simply in isolation and that meaningful links are made between subjects in our half termly or termly themes.

Is everything covered?

Yes, our curriculum is based on the National Curriculum. Although, certain subjects and areas will still be taught discretely our carefully constructed curriculum brings learning to life in a connected thematic approach. If you would like to see what this looks like and what your child is learning currently, please go to their individual class page. The topic webs and knowledge organisers show what they will be learning about each term.

What should my child be learning in their Year Group?

Please see below topics that the children will cover across the school in the academic year 20-21*:

Whole school topic overview 20 21 (website)

*Note: the curriculum this year will have been amended due to lockdowns and we will ahve moved topics around to ensure we are covering what is needed yet also addressing missed learning and gaps.

Phone: 0161 2246829
Manchester, M13 0PE
50 Hamilton Road,
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