At St. Michael's our curriculum is underpinned by our Christian ethos, our school values and the life skills that are embedded within the 'My Personal Best' initiative. To understand more about My Personal Best please scroll to the bottom of this page. May we also refer you to our 'school yearly overview' (immediately below) for details of how we will implement this within our curriculum.
Class Yearly Overviews:
For details of what the children in Reception will be learning please click on the link below, to their individual class page, where Miss Tobin will post weekly overviews.
At St Michael's we use the 'Letters and Sounds' scheme to teach phonics to Reception and KS1. Click on the links below to find out more about this programme and the order in which the sounds are taught.
Subject Curriculum Statements:
My Personal Best
Healthy Me, Thinking Me and Social Me. It's about being the best that you can be!
This is an initiative set up by the Youth Sport Trust, which is a national charity working to ensure every child enjoys the life-changing benefits that come from playing sport. The aim is to achieve the personal development of the whole child through PE, giving them skills that they can transfer into other lessons, to life in school and to their wider environment.
The scheme is structured around the key themes of Thinking Me, Social Me and Healthy Me, which will help the children to:
Our School Values
We have 11 school values at St Michael's which, together with MPB, are embeded within our school ethos. These are honesty, sharing, courage, love, peace, perseverance, friendship, hope, cooperation, trust and appreciation. For more information about how we include them in our daily school lives, please click on the link below: