Kingfield Road, Woking, Surrey, GU22 9EQ

01483 761885

Kingfield Primary School and Nursery

'Be the best you can be'

'Be the Best That You Can Be'

 

The Broad Aims of the School

At Kingfield Primary School........

We include and value everyone.

We have high expectations.

We learn through an inspiring curriculum.

We foster a love for lifelong learning.

We celebrate success.

 Curriculum Statement

At Kingfield we aim to provide the highest standards of education in an inclusive environment through effective teaching and learning.

We believe that learning should be exciting and challenging in order to create enthusiastic, independent learners who are motivated to be the best they can be and take pride in their achievements. The curriculum is coherently planned and sequenced to allow progression of knowledge and skills which are relevant to children in both the local and global community. Creative links are planned for across topics to ensure there is always a purposeful context for learning.

The promotion of pupil’s spiritual, moral, social and cultural development is at the heart of our school curriculum and is demonstrated in our school ethos. Our curriculum is underpinned by the school’s values: respect, resilience, empathy and reflection, which we believe are integral to ensuring our children leave Kingfield with the skills needed to be successful learners and citizens.

Please click on the links below to see the content of the curriculum for each subject.

Art

Computing

Design and Technology

French

Geography

History

Learning 4 Life

Maths- Year 1, Year 2, Year 3, Year 4, Year 5, Year 6

Music

PE

RE

Science

 
Phonics
There is a strong emphasis on the teaching of Letters and Sounds, starting with Phase 1 phonics being taught in the Nursery.
Letters and Sounds continue to be taught rigorously and systematically through the Jolly Phonics programme, once the children are in the Reception.
The use of the Letters and Sounds programme continues throughout KS1 until teachers are confident that children have the phonic knowledge they need to successfully read and spell.
We have a vast selection of reading books, which are used throughout Reception, KS1 and for certain children in KS2. These are carefully graded by reading levels known as book bands, so instead of following one reading scheme, children can read from a range of texts, carefully levelled in terms of difficulty.
Accelerated reader is used in KS2. At its heart, ‘Accelerated Reader’ (AR) is simple. A child reads a book, takes an online quiz, and gets immediate feedback. Students respond to regular feedback and are motivated to make progress with their reading skills.
Accelerated Reader gives teachers the information they need to monitor children's reading practice and make informed decisions to guide their future learning.
AR reports reveal how much a child has been reading, at what level of complexity, and how well they have understood what they have read. 
 
If you require more information on the curriculum that Kingfield offers, please contact the school office, who will be able to schedule a meeting with the appropriate member of staff.