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The school’s leaders and staff have a shared vision for the curriculum and together we strive to provide opportunities to meet the needs of all of our learners. We believe that the best way to prepare our children for the future is to enable them to acquire knowledge whilst developing skills and understanding.


At Cranham Primary School, Reading, English and  Mathematics are taught daily.  History, Geography, Science, Computing, Religious Education, Languages (KS2), PSHE, PE, Music, Art and Design Technology are taught weekly.


The curriculum for our foundation subjects is designed to ensure that learning is sequenced, building substantive knowledge and disciplinary knowledge over time, both within each year group and across the whole school. It builds on prior knowledge and makes connections between new and previous learning through substantive concepts. Developing these strands of learning ensures that there are many opportunities for the children to practise and apply their knowledge in a range of contexts so that they can know more and remember more, embedding it into long-term memory. 


We expose our children to wider, fulfilling life experiences through our curriculum and enrichment opportunities. This includes clubs, residential trips, ‘Careers with Cale’ and MAT events such as River Fest. This wider curriculum broadens our children’s experiences, builds confidence and resilience and encourages our children to consider broader horizons.  

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