Curriculum Provision at Brimble
The Brimble Hill curriculum is based on the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) Framework, the Development Matters document, Intensive Interaction and Routes for Learning. There is a focus on learning through play and active, ‘hands on’ learning. The curriculum is delivered through a topic-based approach.
Please follow the link to view the ethos and values underpinning the Brimble Hill curriculum.
There is a three-year rolling programme of broad topics, which are taught through smaller more focused topics.
Please click on the relevant highlighted links to see the topic cycles:
The whole of the EYFS framework is delivered through each topic, through continuous provision and focused activities.
EYFS Prime Areas
- Communication and Language
- Personal, Social and Emotional Development
- Physical Development
EYFS Specific Areas
- Understanding the world
- Expressive arts and design
Alongside topic-based learning, all classes in the school will have specific focused sessions during the week teaching Communication, Language and Literacy skills and Maths skills.
Classes will also have focused P.E sessions, music sessions, sensory sessions and ‘circle time’ sessions. All sessions are delivered according to the needs and developmental stage of the children within the class.
All class groups deliver elements of the Creative Curriculum (art, music and drama). In addition the school follows a planned Creative Curriculum Programme.
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A range of different strategies and approaches are used to support children’s learning at Brimble Hill.
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Please follow the link to view the Brimble Hill School Curriculum Policy or for more information about the curriculum that the school is following, please contact the Headteacher, Alison Paul via the School Office.