At Carterton Primary School we deliver an inclusive, broad and rich curriculum which provides our pupils with engaging, meaningful learning experiences to inspire, enthuse and challenge our children.
Our curriculum aims to identify opportunities for all pupils to apply their core knowledge and skills in English, Mathematics and Science across a range of subject areas.
Our topics are planned around a theme linked either either through Science/Geography/History or through a text to promote a pleasure in reading and learning.
We aim to prepare our pupils for life in modern British society by fostering in them attitudes and qualities which will enable them to become confident, caring, respectful and responsible citizens.
Carterton Primary pupils are given a voice and involved in planning and decision making through School Council and Pupil Voice questionnaires. Our children are encouraged to take responsibility for their own learning in a variety of ways such as peer and independent learning opportunities. In doing so, we intend to foster a lifelong love of learning.
We also encourage our pupils to engage in a range of extra-curricular activities across a range of areas to encourage children to develop new skills and interests, create new friendships, resilience and team work.
At Carterton Primary School our classes are organised into three phases:
Early Years Foundation Stage: ages 3-5 (F3, F2 and F1)
Key Stage 1: ages 5-7 (Years 1-2)
Key Stage 2: ages 7-11 (Years 3-6)
For further information about individual classes please click on their class pages.