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Elsham Road, Leytonstone, London, E11 3JH

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Curriculum

The Jenny Hammond Primary School has a child-centred commitment that places a child’s right to creativity at the heart of teaching and learning.

Our school is a safe place to play, try things out and have the confidence to explore and create. Every child is known as an individual with specific needs and requirements. We create opportunities for children to see all possibilities for their lives and to realise potential in themselves.

Our collaborative learning approach allows individual children to share and reflect and take their own learning forward. We build in flexibility that allows each child to work imaginatively and at their own pace.

We are also committed to empowerment: to self-empowerment and the empowerment of others – pupils, parents, staff, governors and other members of the school community. We realise that our vision of empowerment can only be achieved through shared commitment and endeavour.

 We wholeheartedly embrace and believe implicitly in the fundamental British values of democracy, the rule of law, individual liberty, and mutual respect and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs. Through a robust and comprehensive programme of work in Personal, Social, Health Education (PSHE) and Social and Emotional Aspects of Learning (SEAL), we learn about ourselves and about the lives of others who may be different than us. Our work is supported through our strong commitment to developing each child’s spiritual, moral, social and cultural development. This in turn is highlighted and extended through a range of assemblies and our celebrations of specific months such as Black History Month and special weeks such as our Diversity Week.

With the combination of our creative curriculum and our work in PSHE/SEAL, we aim to ensure that all our children become valuable and fully rounded members of society who treat others with respect and tolerance, regardless of background.

We believe that the children leave our school at the end of Year 6 with a good foundation on which to successfully build the rest of their lives in 21st century Britain.

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Autumn 1

Autumn 2

Spring 1

Spring 2

Summer 1

Summer 2

 

Reception

Ourselves

 

 

The Great War: In Remembrance

What a Way to Go!

 

Traditional Stories/ Rhymes

 

Opposites Attract

 

Animals of the World

 

Year 1

School Days

The Great War: In Remembrance

Poles Apart

“Get Out Of My Swamp!”

Toys

Flight

 

Year 2

The Home Front

The Great War: In Remembrance

Indian Spice

“Wonder Women”

London’s Burning

Pioneers

 

Year 3

“Meet the Flintstones”

The Great War: In Remembrance

Extreme Survival

Tomb Raiders

Transport

China

 

Year 4

 

Roman Rule

The Great War: In Remembrance

The World’s Kitchen

Crime and Punishment

Reign Over Us

Britain From The Air

 

Year 5

 

Invaders

The Great War: In Remembrance

Wild Water

Mexico and the Mayans

Britain At Play

Walls and Barricades

 

Year 6

 

Rule Britannia

The Great War: In Remembrance

Disaster!

Greece Lightning

Yes Minister!

Out Of This World

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