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Click on the links below to access information about the curriculum. If you have any further questions, please contact the school.
Curriculum Overviews for Autumn 2019:-
Long Term Planning:
We use Letters and Sounds to teach phonics in Key Stage One and a range of reading resources from different publishers, including Reading Rockets. Hold your mouse over the curriculum tab to see some examples of how we teach guided reading in our school. 
Coming soon ... our exciting revised curriculum, including Masham Meadow learning!
To put it into context...

They are the people who learn at Masham so we thought why not let our wonderful pupils tell you their thoughts on their education! This is what they had to say about their learning...


“I like writing in lots of different styles, sometimes we write sci-fi or fantasy..”

“I love writing—especially stories. I like using the computer to make my writing better."



“I love maths, the teachers make the lessons fun, they use things to help us like puppets.’

“Sometimes we work in pairs and that really helps us to sort out word problems.”



“We do loads of tests and experiments, we have special STEM days, where you test so many things, its great.”

“We get lots of chances to use things to test our ideas, we get loads of fun experiments, like how to make the wobbliest jelly, that was great.”



“The new computer suite is brilliant, we go in lots of times and learn all the different subjects through using the computers.”

“I’m really proud of my powerpoint about the church, I think it really looks good and all the hyperlink buttons work.”


“We have loads of different types of PE, my favourite is dance. We had to perform to the parents, I was really nervous.”

"My favourite PE is gymnastics but I also love going down on the field for athletics and rounders.”



“Finding out about the olden days is really interesting, especially when we are learning about history in drama” 

“Going to the CountyRecords office was fab— it was so interesting”


“Working on maps on the computer was really interesting, it was great seeing aerial photos of the same place.”

“I really enjoy knowing facts about where we are and about other places in the world. The map work we did in orienteering was great fun.”


Design Technology

“We are really lucky to design and make lots of models and we get to take them home.”

“I thought my Greek maze was really cool and it worked!”

“I loved making and testing our battery cars.”

“I like making walls, I thought it was really good when Mr Leathley came in our class and made a real wall.”



“There are lots of music lessons you can go to and the teachers really help you.”

“We get lots of chances to create our own music, I especially like working on the keyboard and making sound effects.”


Religious Education

“I didn’t used to like this but now I think its really interesting, we get to make things and learn about other religions.”

“I thought the work we did about our church was really interesting, it was great to make a powerpoint about it.”

“Our work on the interview with God was well cool, it really made me think.”            


The Vicar, the Revd. David Cleeves, regularly visits school to work with the children and lead Collective Worship.

As a Voluntary Aided School Religious Education is based on the doctrine and practices of the Church of England. These are the foundation of the school and reflect the ethos of the school.

Religious Education, which is a statutory requirement in the curriculum, shares common ground with other elements in contributing to the personal, moral and social development of children.

Every experience in the classroom, hall, or playground can be significant to children. If they are to acquire sound moral values then other people's attitudes and behaviour are most important to their development. 

While Christianity will form most of the background to Religious Education in school, care will be taken not to neglect other world religions. Not only should children be aware of themselves and their own background and emotions, but they should also understand features of other groups and communities to enable them to come to terms with the world in which they are growing up.

As far as possible Religious Education will be taught through experiences related to the seasons, festivals, environment and events which have a direct bearing upon the children.



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