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Our Curriculum

Our Curriculum


 In order to fully meet the needs of our children, we are on an exciting journey as a school in developing our curriculum. At Holy Trinity CE Primary School we are developing a new approach to our curriculum planning and delivery and have adopted the Chris Quigley 'Essentials Curriculum' to promote a more creative and learner specific curriculum to foster both a love of learning and drive for high standards.


Below is a parent's guide of the essentials curriculum for each subject with detailed objectives for each year group.







At Holy Trinity Primary School, we use the National Book Banding System. We do not follow one particular reading scheme and provide our children with a range of books from various reading schemes including texts from: The Oxford Reading Tree. Storyworlds, Discovery World, Collins Big Cat, Rigby Star, Songbirds. We also provide our children with opportunities to read 'real books' and we are currently replenishing our supplies to include a wider range of reading materials.


Parents -  helping you to help your child’s reading and maths


You can make a real difference!

Getting involved in your child’s learning can have a real impact on their success at school.  Oxford Owl is a FREE and easy-to-use website that has been built with teachers and parents and is packed with helpful advice, free eBooks and fun activities to help you support your child's reading and maths. Visit them at:


  • Help your child's reading and maths (and support their teacher too!)
  • Growing to 250 free eBooks to enjoy with your child.
  • Phonics guide (including how to say the sounds correctly)
  • Ideas for motivating boys to read.
  • Great ways to keep up with learning in holidays.
  • New treasure chest packed full of fun math's activities and games.







Curriculum Overview - Maths

Below is a detailed overview of the content your child will be covering within Maths in each year group.