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Curriculum and Assessment

 

Assessment and the National Curriculum

 

 

At St. Stephen’s Infant School we strive to ensure that all our children receive the best possible education through a highly stimulating, skilled curriculum and rigorous assessment to ensure each individual child reaches their full potential.

 

 

 

 

At St. Stephen’s Infants we pride our self on our excellent outcomes for pupils that ensure all pupils are ready for their next stage of education. While we understand that all children progress and learn in different ways we measure and assess against end of key stage statutory requirements.

Children in the Foundation Stage achieve a Good Level of Development above the National Average.

Children in Year One consistently meet the expected level for the Year One Phonics screening check.

Children in Year Two achieve above the National Average in all areas, they are well prepared for Key Stage Two.

 

The teaching and learning at St Stephen's Infant school is guided by our school Curriculum Maps and Progression of skills grids.  In each of the subjects above, you can find a breakdown of the skills taught from Foundation stage through to Year 2.  This works alongside our curriculum maps so you can see what is being taught and when and is in line with the current Curriculum guidance for EYFS and Key Stage One.

 

All children receive a broad, balanced and progressive curriculum at St Stephen's Infant School.  The children are nurtured and supported to ensure that each and every one makes progress from where their learning journey begins.

 

All curriculum maps can be found in our Year group pages on the website.

  

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