Juniors Curriculum

This is a time of real growth and development, where children build on their skills and experiences in all areas of the curriculum. In the Lower Juniors, Year 3 and 4 children continue to study subjects through themes which link learning across curriculum areas and as children move into the Upper Juniors classes; Year 5 and 6, subject teaching is progressively introduced.

Junior children use our STEM suite and other facilities as part of their daily learning and thrive on the variety of their curriculum. Deputy head teacher, Mr Wood, works with groups of children who either need additional support or are achieving highly academically and require further development in different subject areas. Specialist teaching is provided in Music, Outdoor Education, Keyboard, Modern Foreign Languages, Gardening and Sports.

Children take on additional responsibilities within the Junior School as they become leaders of teams or houses, and prefects.

What’s Happening?

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- 16 hours ago

@MissSeaton: This week our book is Goldilocks and the Three Bears. This afternoon we made porridge but because it was too hot we went for a little walk. When we got back we found Goldilocks eating it! Luckily there was enough left for us to have some- phew! https://t.co/Udf7YSEK56
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- 16 hours ago

@AoRpreschool: A busy morning in Kingfishers! We have been learning about London, enjoying a hat hunt, planting in the garden and collecting fresh water for the tadpoles. #Kingfishers #RiverSchool https://t.co/xNNZAEQAo8
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- 16 hours ago

@AshbridgeMaxy: Our canvas is filling up with beautiful paint stories, it's looking like a sky that has been painted on! Wonderful collaborative expression of art by hedgehogs #atelier #eytalking @NDNAtalk #ArtistOnTwitter #artshare https://t.co/V6zLGy8lix
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- 22 hours ago

@AshbridgeMaxy: We experienced painting on an overhead canvas, enjoying the freedom of big, small gross and fine motor movement. Finding out different ways to reach the canvas to make flower inspired stains. #atelier #eytalking @NDNAtalk #eyfstwittertagteam #creativelearning #ArtistOnTwitter https://t.co/0Donahzcpf
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