Reception Class Curriculum

Our creative curriculum inspires their passion for learning.

Within our outstanding Reception classroom and our newly created outdoor learning space, our students follow the Foundation Stage Curriculum. This includes a focus on literacy and mathematics, plus plenty of expressive arts and design projects.

At Quinton House school, we build on the curriculum by shaping imaginative and informative lessons that enhance the children’s understanding of the world and ignite their love of learning.

``Quinton House is a family orientated school and cares about both education and the individual.``

 – Quinton House Parent

A more structured day

Where specialist teaching begins.

We gently ease the class into a more structured school day, led by an experienced qualified teacher. Literacy and Mathematics are taught daily in Reception, where children participate in a range of practical activities to support their learning.

Phonics is taught through the Read, Write Inc. (RWI) phonics programme, which provides children with the opportunity to practice their early reading and writing skills. Children also participate in a range of topics that focus on a story and enable the children to develop their understanding of the world and explore their creativity through art and design activities.

We balance the children’s academic endeavours with specialist PE and music classes (each occurring twice a week) and there are plenty of opportunities to play and continue developing their cognitive abilities. Children also attend Forest School once a week.

Lessons include:

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