At Stirchley we place great emphasis on preparing children for life in the modern world. We aim to equip them with both the personal, social and academic skills to enable them to be happy, fulfilled and confident members of society who are able to reach their full potential. To achieve this we teach a subject based curriculum where key skills and 2014 revised National Curriculum programmes of study are taught side by side to provide a broad and balanced curriculum for our children. We follow the Letters and Sounds scheme for teaching Phonics and The Oxford Reading Tree scheme for reading throughout key stages.
At Stirchley, foundation subjects are taught discretely to ensure that our children are receiving broad and equal coverage of each subject area. Often these subjects are broken down into separate topics to provide a context for our learners.
Teachers at Stirchley Primary School endeavour to teach in a creative and stimulating way to provide our children with interesting and memorable learning experiences. We take the children on regular educational visits to provide inspiring and varied learning opportunities and we regularly invite visitors into school to offer insight from a different perspective.
If you would like to see a full list of what is being taught in each year group please see the links for the year planners below.
Click on the links below to look at our yearly topic planners: