At Henry Hinde Junior School, we are consistently developing the curriculum that we provide for our children.

Our learners are involved in the planning of their topics by sharing with us what they know and what they want to learn. We then involve the community in the reviewing of our topics to ensure that we provide our learners with exciting, stimulating topics which the children become fully absorbed in. Subjects are taught and planned for by Subject Leaders in school, ensuring that we meet the requirements of the National Curriculum and develop the pupil’s skills as learners in each specific subject.

To find out more about the curriculum we will teach to your child, please click on the links below:

Art and Design:
Summary
Long Term Plan
Skills Progression

Computing:
Long Term Plan

Design and Technology:
Summary
Long Term Plan
Skills Progression

Forest School:
Summary
Long Term Plan
Skills Progression

Humanities:
History and Geography Summary
Geography Skills Progression
History Skills Progression
History Curriculum Overview

Modern Languages:
Modern Languages Long Term Plan
Modern Languages Skills Progression
French Summary

Music:
Summary
Long Term Plan
Skills Progression

Physical Education
Summary
Long Term Plan
Skill Progression

Religious Education:
Summary
Long Term Plan
Skills Progression

Science:
Summary
Long Term Plan
Principles
Knowledge Skills Progression
Working Skills Progression

Reading:
Reading is at the heart of all we do at Henry Hinde Junior School. We currently use Oxford reading books, which are levelled for each child using assessment and teacher judgments. The reading scheme is just one of many reading opportunities in school including; formal reading skill lessons, library books and Read Write Inc phonic sessions for those children who need to develop this skill. All are designed to challenge and encourage a lifelong passion for reading. Children are encouraged to read at home regularly too and this can be recorded in their Reading diary.

The following books are recommended for our pupils:

The top 100 books for Yrs 3 & 4

The top 100 books for Yrs 5 & 6

If you enjoy reading with your child, this document will help you help your child get the most from the books you are reading.

Reading First