At Tithe Barn School, we are proud of our exciting and diverse curriculum which provides our children with a rich balance of skills and knowledge to equip them for the world in which they live and enable them to adapt to the significant changes that they will experience in their lives, both technologically and socially.
In our school, we prepare our children to adapt and grow in a globally diverse world. Therefore, Global Citizenship is at the heart of our curriculum and as such, each of our classes is thematically linked to a different curriculum, therefore forming the framework of the curricular topics that they study.
Our Class Continents are:
Reception – Antarctica
Year 1 – Australasia
Year 2 – Asia
Year 3 – Africa
Year 4 – Europe
Year 5 – South America
Year 6 – North America
The subjects that our children study in their time at Tithe Barn are:
English, Mathematics, Science, Computing, Geography, History, French, Religious Education, Physical Education, Personal, Social and Health Education/SUMO, Art, Design and Technology, Music and Global Citizenship.
In September 2014, all maintained schools are required to teach the new National Curriculum. To view the new curriculum, please visit the link:
During the academic year 2013/2014, teachers and subject leaders have been preparing for the new curriculum. During 2014-2015, the school will publish year group and subject planning and end of year expectations on this site.
English – Glossary of Terms
Personal, Social and Health Education:
Medium Term Planning:
Reception Autumn and Spring: TBPS_Reception Medium Term Planning – Autumn B prime TBPS_Reception Medium Term Planning – Autumn B specific areas Spring Medium Term Plan – Reception spring a specific areas Spring Medium Term Plan – Reception_spring a prime areas 2015