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Our curriculum Intent

Our Curriculum Intent

At Stroud Green Primary we want the best possible learning experience for our children. We aim to ensure that all learning is relevant, accessible and meaningful.

Our curriculum is inclusive and all students receive a high-quality education via an ambitious, well-designed and well-sequenced curriculum which fosters creativity and knowledge.  We aim to create confident, literate and numerate individuals with high aspirations who are able to live safe, healthy and fulfilling lives and foster a love of learning. Teachers are committed to supporting the needs of all children and personalise the learning accordingly. 

Our curriculum puts a lot of emphasis on reading, developing each child’s vocabulary and ‘talk for learning’ so they become articulate and knowledgeable young learners, well-prepared for life in KS3 and beyond.

Subject leaders each play an important part in developing the whole school curriculum, continuously developing their own subject knowledge and that of our teachers to ensure their subjects are taught ambitiously and are engaging, well sequenced and relevant to our school community.

We have recently introduced a new Humanities scheme of work that has been commissioned by Haringey Education Services and written especially for Haringey schools which is being rolled out over 2020 and 2021.   Starting at the end of Year 2 it covers History, Geography and R.E, building children’s knowledge and understanding coherently with high quality engaging resources. We have tailored our EYFS and KS1 humanities topics, so that children’s learning develops seamlessly between the key stages.

We also provide a wide range of extra-curricular activities through lunchtime and after school clubs which supplement the curriculum.

Please see below for our subject leads:

Curriculum lead – Helen Maltby

EYFS- Rhonda Scott

Maths – Cheryl Barker

English – Karice Ward

Early Reading, Phonics and Science – Alice Hanby

Humanities: History, Geography, R.E – Zara Singh & Beth Campbell

P.E, PSHE & RSHE – Angelique White

Computing – Rhonda Scott

Music – Sam Smart

Art – Minna Higson

Spanish – Helen Maltby

If you would like further information on any aspect of the curriculum, please contact Helen Maltby or the appropriate subject lead.

  • KS1-KS2 Curriculum Maps
  • English
  • Phonics/Early Reading
  • Maths
  • Science
  • Humanities
  • Computing
  • Music
  • P.E
  • Art and DT
  • Spanish
  • PSHE
  • RSHE
  • EYFS