Students

We have a skills led curriculum which is underpinned by our values and focusses on topics which we feel will inspire and motivate our children because they are more relevant to real life. We teach a few subjects discretely, everything else is taught through projects.

The curriculum is designed to be flexible and to respond to the learning needs and interests of individual groups of children.

We have developed a special Hub page for your child’s year group. Here you can access all the latest news and dates related to your child, as well as find information related to current school projects and learning. We hope you enjoy this new feature of our website.

In the Ideal Stanley Green Infant Classroom

  • All agreed routines, guidelines and policies are followed.
  • Children are actively engaged in stimulating activities & understand the clear learning objectives as identified in planning.
  • Differentiated tasks appropriate to the child’s needs are designed to lead to maximum progress being made.
  • Literacy, Numeracy & Science targets that are easily understood and focused on progress are shared with the children.

There are well paced lessons incorporating:

  • a range of teaching & learning styles
  • effective, differentiated questioning
  • challenge
  • full involvement for all children.
  • well prepared, appropriate resources
  • tasks with time boundaries.

Effective use of targeted TA support is ensured by :

  • TA’s encouraging independence not dependence in pupils.
  • adults fully understanding the rationale of lesson activities and being adequately prepared.
  • TA’s supporting pupils in developing the skills to fully access the curriculum.
  • TA’s expertise being used appropriately to foster the learning of pupils.
  • TA’s and pupils having an appropriate space to carry out their tasks.
  • TA’s and teachers working co-operatively to support the learning and participation of all pupils.

All adults share high expectations with regard to:

  • the promotion of the learning child
  • the rate of pupil progress
  • social behaviour of pupils
  • relationships
  • pupils listening and paying attention
  • quality of work produced.