We provide a broad, interesting curriculum which offers a wide range of first hand experiences to the children and includes plenty of time for development of basic skills and concepts. We aim for high standards and a really rich curriculum.

Early Years Foundation Stage

At Sebert Wood Primary School and Nursery, we are continually striving to be at the forefront of new initiatives in education and are guided by the latest advice and best practice.

With this in mind, we have decided to become an adopter school for the new Early Years curriculum and will therefore be following the new Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) framework this year. This framework will become statutory from September 2021 and we are excited to be able to start using this a year early!

If you would like to find out a bit more then please follow this link  

Early Years Curriculum

Key Stages 1 and 2

Our curriculum has been formulated in line with the Primary National Curriculum.

View our Long Term curriculum map here

View Year 1 curriculum information here

View Year 2 curriculum information here

View Year 3 curriculum information here

View Year 4 curriculum information here

View Year 5 curriculum information here

View Year 6 curriculum information here


As part of the development of an exciting and structured curriculum the staff at Sebert Wood School have identified the key skills to be taught in each subject area for each year group, linked closely to the National Curriculum. Here are the Key Assessment Criteria for the Foundation Subjects.

Useful information

For a glossary of terms in the English curriculum select here.

For further details on our reading and phonics schemes, select here.

In Key Stage 2 our pupils use Accelerated Reader. Here is the Parent Guide.

Curriculum links are available for Grammar Years 1-6Year 1 Spellings, Year 2 Spellings, Years 3 and 4 Spellings and Years 5 and 6 Spellings.

The school’s calculation policy explains how we teach calculation and the children’s progress towards formal written methods.  Policy

Year 4 and 5 pupils use Mathletics, an award winning interactive website that aims to improve maths skills through fun activities which are linked to the National Curriculum.  Some of their homework activities are set on Mathletics.  This is the guide.

Parent guides for Understanding RSHE (Relationship, sex and health education) :

        DfE RSHE Primary Schools Guide for Parents

        RSHE Leaflet for Primary School families

If you require further information on our curriculum, please contact Miss Bradburn at the school on 01284 755211 or admin@sebertwood.co.uk.