Reading and the development of pupils’ communication skills are at the centre of the
curriculum. Leaders and teachers share the ambition that every child will make as much
progress as possible in being able to read. – OFSTED November 2022

Pupils benefit from active and fun activities, which make them want to take part and learn.  In early years and beyond, the curriculum is well thought out. – OFSTED November 2022

Please contact the school office if you require any more information regarding our curriculum

Overview of Phonics and Reading

Phonics/Literacy Worksheets for Parents

A Parents’ Guide to Reading and Phonics at Woolgrove School

Phonics and Spelling long term planning 

Twinkl Phonics SSP Programme Handbook

Curriculum Information:

Woolgrove Curriculum Booklet

Assessment at Woolgrove booklet

Woolgrove Assessment Poster

Please click here to view our Curriculum Policies

Curriculum Newsletters:

Spring Term 2024

Autumn Term 2023

Summer Term 2023

Spring Term 2023

Yoga and Essential Oils

Cultural Capital – Try Something New:

50 things to do before you leave Woolgrove

Year of Culture

Year of Culture – Learn a New Skill Volunteering

Parent Information Maps – Spring / Summer 2024

Blue, Red & Yellow parent information map – Summer 2024
Cube and Sphere parent information map – Spring 2024
Triangle and Cone – Summer 2023-2024 
Green and Purple – Summer 2024
Pyramid, Hexagon and Star – Summer 2024

Long Term Planning

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Skills and Knowledge Overview

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Latest School Performance Tables

The curriculum helps pupils understand how to stay physically and emotionally safe.
Pupils are encouraged and supported to show consideration for each other’s needs and
difficulties. – OFSTED November 2022