Information about our curriculum
- Creative Curriculum Policy
- Curriculum Overview
- Literacy and Numeracy Guidelines
- Draft English Curriculum
- Draft Maths Curriculum
- Draft Science Curriculum
- Example Enrichment Plan
- Example Long Term Planning
- Example RE Long Term Plan
- Design Tech, Georgraphy and Drama Skills
- Overview of the Primary Curriculum
- Hague Bar - Personalised Learning
- KS2 Science Journal
- Personal Learning
- PHSCE Assessment
- Science Overview
- What is Creativity?
- AFA (information coming soon)
Phonics schemes used at Hague Bar
Year 2 Phonics schemes:
Letters and Sounds document is the main point of reference but LCP
phonic planning is used for the higher group and Read Write Inc. for the
Phonicsplay is used, via an online subscription, for some
additional planning and interactive games whenever appropriate.
Floppy's Phonics from ORT (Oxford reading Tree) is linked to letters and
sounds and is used as guided
Our main scheme is Oxford Reading Tree which covers a wide range of
genre, including poetry, plays, phonics, non-fiction books, fairy tales and
contains some challenging reads too.
In addition, for Key Stage 1, Hague Bar use Jelly and Bean and Bangers
and Mash. We also have some Soundstart.
For Key Stage 2 we use Fuzzbuzz. Wolf Hill (from Oxford) is used as
a guided reading book scheme.
We also have some older schemes such as Skyways and Wellington Square -
which can be used to supplement if appropriate.
To find out more about any aspect of Hague Bar's curriculum please contact the Headteacher.