At Holy Family Catholic Primary we deliver an inclusive, broad, rich and creative curriculum which provides our pupils with engaging, meaningful learning experiences that inspire, enthuse and challenge learning. Our
The RE curriculum follows the Come and See programme with PSHE and Gospel values underpinning all we do at Holy Family. Teachers plan a range of learning opportunities, using the Lancashire Key Learning Documents as a starting point, and adapt the suggested plans to meet the needs of their class and individual learners, taking into account current affairs, our locality and the links we have on our doorstep. For example, Year 3 study the Eliza Fearnley lifeboat disaster, Year 5 visit Martin Mere to study Anglo Saxons and all year groups access The Atkinson library, museum and theatre for different events throughout the year. We are very mindful of the number of nationalities that we have at our school and embrace learning about different cultures, ensuring everyone feels safe and welcomed. We are delighted to embark on the Schools of Sanctuary programme this year which will further enable us to meet the needs of our vulnerable learners. Each topic is driven by lead subjects with strong links made to additional subjects all underpinned by the English curriculum. For Mathematics, we follow Singapore Maths programme with regular links and opportunities to apply these skills across the curriculum.
The Read Write Inc phonics scheme is used in EYFS and KS1. Please see the links below for more information.
We follow Lancashire plans inline with DfE for all other subjects, these should be looked at in conjunction with individual class maps.
Please speak to your child's class teacher if you would like any further information.
Any general curriculum queries should be directed to the Deputy Headteacher, Mrs H Rooney.