The National Curriculum
divides the curriculum of every school into two distinct parts;
the School Curriculum and the National Curriculum.
The document states that
"The school curriculum comprises all learning and other experiences that
each school plans for its
pupils. The national curriculum forms one part of the school
curriculum." (National Curriculum 2.2)
Below is the overview of the
National Curriculum subjects taught throughout the school. However
these are taught within the framework of the Wyche Curriculum (or the
details of which can be found on the Wyche Curriculum webpage.
Core subjects (English,
Maths and Science) are presented in a year-by-year format whilst all
subjects, are presented in two-year sections dividing KS2 into Lower and
Upper Key Stages in
line with the format of the National Curriculum document. In terms of
content History is outlined
chronologically for ease of reference but it should be borne in mind
that the school may take topics
from any year group as it is only statutorily required to cover the
content by the end of the key stage.
As the Wyche Curriculum is
the primary driver for curricular planning the National Curriculum will
embedded uniquely within each individual project which each teacher can
explain further if required.
here for further details on the Wyche Curriculum