Howick Church of England Primary School

“Small School... Great expectations”


Our school delivers the requirements of the National Curriculum in fun and exciting ways which are relevant to our learners at Howick. Our creative teachers find really engaging ways to 'Wow' our learners so that they are inquisitive, resilient and develop a genuine desire to learn. We teach our children how to learn and each day brings new rewards, watching them fly.  Please visit the class pages for more information about what we are doing this term.

This key learning is delivered through a creative curriculum using a skills based approach, where key skills are taught and transferred into all areas of the curriculum through topic work.  We work on a 2 year planning cycle in Classes 2 , 3 and 4 and we are currently following topics in cycle A.  At the beginning of each term, teachers will post a more detailed medium term plan.  Please go to the class pages to find out more.

We take each learner as an individual and look at where they are in their learning, and where they need to go on their next learning step. Every member of staff wants the very best outcomes for all our learners.


 KS1 and KS2 Curriculum Overview.pdfDownload
 Long Term Overview for Religious Education11.pdfDownload
 Reception Class Curriculum Overview.pdfDownload
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Phonics and Reading

In Key Stage 1, the teaching of Phonics is supported by Letters and Sounds. Further reference to Letters and Sounds is continued and reinforced in Key Stage 2. 

We have a wide range of books which are used for home reading, guided reading and shared reading. These books are colour coded at different levels. We use a variety of fiction, non fiction, poetry, playscripts and other key text types from Oxford Reading Tree, Collins Big Cat and Oxford Project X, and other reading material in school.

We celebrate our love of reading everyday.  In addition, we celebrate 'Book Week' on an annual basis, where we welcome a visiting author or visit our local Library.

 Assessment Information.pdfDownload
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