Moss Park Infant School

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Our School Curriculum 2022 - 2023

Every day we ask ourselves these questions 


Is our curriculum ambitious and does it provide the knowledge and cultural capital that all learners need to succeed in life?


How well is the curriculum delivered and why is the curriculum delivered in this way?


What do all learners develop and do they acquire detailed knowledge and skills across the curriculum to enable them to achieve well? 

Moss Park Infant School follows the EYFS renewed frame work 2021 and the National Curriculum 2014


However, schools are free to choose how they organise their school day, as long as the content of the national curriculum programmes of study is taught to all children.

We recognise that subjects can be taught in isolation or in conjunction with others allowing also for learning links that enables all children to understand the world in which they live. We want children to see themselves as learners across a broad and balanced curriculum. Learning as an Historian, learning as a geographer and making those links into the wider world of learning. We take full advantage of our wonderful learning environments, both indoors and outdoors.



 Our true philosophy  


Our curriculum is influenced strongly by the principles of the Early Years Foundation stage: The Unique Child, Positive Relationships, Enabling Environments, and Learning and Development.

We believe that we should provide a creative curriculum which is underpinned by progressive skills within each subject area.  Our Curriculum is bespoke and has been developed and written by subject leaders, senior leaders and the children themselves to provide opportunities for our children to experience and succeed in many areas; a curriculum which reflects the fact that children develop and learn in different ways and at different rates, is reflective within the area that they live and takes on board the greater global world within which they will mature. All areas of learning and development are important and interconnected.


The children will need to develop the essential skills of English, Mathematics, Science and Computing. However they also need to be able to express themselves through play, talk, song, music, drama, dance, arts, crafts, and design. They need to start to understand about the world in which they live. We need to provide for their physical development, good health and well being. Our curriculum needs to provide for the social, personal and spiritual development of our children.


We believe our curriculum is about developing children who enjoy learning, experience success, are excited by the world around them and are motivated to achieve the best that they can, becoming very confident thinkers and independent learners.


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