Years Four, Five and Six
Pupils in Years Four and Five are taught together, divided into two classes. Pupils in Year Six are taught within three classes. All pupils in the Junior Years access discrete English, Mathematics and Physical Education lessons.
Through timetabled project lessons they experience a broad and challenging curriculum that includes Art, Computer Science, Drama, Geography, History, Information and Creative Technology, Music, Religious Education and Design Technology. The Religious Education curriculum provides pupils with an awareness and understanding of different world religions as well as Catholicism. Personal, Social, Health and Economics Education (PSHEE) is delivered to pupils in all age groups throughout the academic year. Classes have a maximum of fourteen pupils.
Pupils also access Speech & Language Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Literacy intervention and Numeracy intervention according to their bespoke timetable and set annual targets. Pupils experience these sessions in smaller groups of between three and five pupils.