Great emphasis is given to the teaching of the basic skills of reading, writing and mathematics, within a curriculum that provides breadth, balance and continuity over a wide range of subjects. We employ a specialist Music teacher to work throughout the school.
Children in Years 1 and 2 follow Key Stage One of the National Curriculum, and children in Years 3 and 4 (Lower Key Stage Two) and Years 5 and 6 (Upper Key Stage Two) follow Key Stage Two of the National Curriculum.
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We believe that pupils at Fibbersley Park Primary Academy need to let RIP with their learning! Unless learning is full-on and immersive, pupils will not make the outstanding progress that we expect and demand of all of them to make. Let RIP learning is at the heart of our NICER curriculum.
VAT Overall Curriculum (3I's) Policy
NICER Class Texts Long-Term Overview 2022 - 2023
How We Learn
How We Assess
Victoria Academies Trust’s NICER curriculum is built around a series of social enterprise learning challenges.
NICER stands for:
Ensuring the voice of the learner is heard through inspirational activities based on children’s interests making links where possible with local and national current affairs and news.
As a school we have a focused approach to the delivery of the core subjects of Maths, English, Science and PE and ensuring that children achieve the highest standards. Children are able to take the skills developed in these subjects and utilise them within the context of the NICER Curriculum through fulfilling their Learning Challenges.
Overview of Declarative Knowledge - Music (NICER)
Gifted and Talented
We are committed to pushing and challenging our Gifted and Talented children. Identified children will take part in extra Gifted and Talented activities that enable them to showcase their specific talents.
As part of designing the curriculum for Fibbersley Park, we asked the children to tell us what they want to have experienced by the time they leave our school. They came up with a list of 50 and so we built the NICER curriculum around them. Whether it’s riding on a donkey or meeting dome reindeer; writing a book or running a shop; being a princess for the day or letting balloons off into the sky; the NICER curriculum will ensure that learning RIPs.