As a state-funded school we are required to follow the National Curriculum as set out by the Department for Education. This means we must provide teaching and learning in the following curriculum areas:
·Art and design
·Design and technology
·Foreign languages (KS2)
All children at Regents Park will be taught lessons in the subjects above whilst in school.
At Regents Park Community Primary School, we give all our pupils full access to the National Curriculum and we aim to ensure that all pupils achieve the highest academic and personal standards of which they are capable by providing them with challenges and the life skills that they need in order to take their place in society. We want all our pupils to succeed.
We see the development of English, Mathematics, Science and I.C.T. as central to our curriculum work, balanced with the humanities and expressive arts. A range of planned extra-curricular activities will enrich the experiences of the children.
We strive to provide a curriculum that all pupils will find enjoyable with them understanding the relevance of their lessons. This can only be achieved by using the experience, enthusiasm and specialism of individual teachers who provide interesting, relevant, purposeful and differentiated lessons based on real-life experiences, wherever possible, in a structured well-ordered classroom environment.
Please click the other icons to see more information about the curriculum for each year group. If you require any further information regarding our school curriculum, please speak to your child’s class teacher.