Our curriculum complies with all the duties in the and the Special Educational Needs and Disability Regulations 2014 and is accessible for those with disabilities or special educational needs. The Drivers through our curriculum is a curriculum which nurtures and embraces difference. Cambois is a place where everyone is welcome and we truly embrace the personalised learning approach and opportunities for all our learners.
All classes and staff make reasonable adjustments to ensure all pupils regardless of needs or disabilities have access to a broad and balanced curriculum.
We have a two year cycle of planning based on the National Curriculum 2014. The aims of our curriculum are to create a curriculum that motivates and equips our children for their future life. Basic skills of Reading, Writing and Maths are a key thread through the whole curriculum alongside our key drivers of possibilities and initiative.
On this page, you will find the National Curriculum (2014) statutory requirements, for each National Curriculum Year Group, mapped by core and non-core subject. The documents show the statutory areas that the children must be taught by year group for the core subjects (English, Maths and Science) and non-core. All non-core subjects are broken down by Key Stage.
We are very lucky to be a part of the Bedlington Music Partnership. Key Stage two pupils are taught music by a specialist teacher called Steve, every week. At present they are learning the Djembe drum. Key Stage one children are taught music through their topic based learning and using Charanga. Mrs Myers is also our music specialist in school.
We believe that learning should be life-long and our children should be equipped with skills that help them in all aspects of life. Our children take part in many enrichment activities. There is a skills based enrichment curriculum covering, Coding and ICT skills, Nurture, Forest School, Gardening, independent skills, P,E and Cycling.
We are lucky that we have a great outdoor area and we use this to develop and promote resilience, team -building and learning about risk and challenge. We have a super Forest School and each class take a turn to learn outdoors in this area.