Curriculum Intent     British Values     Non-negotiables     Assessing Without Levels


 Termly Outlines 2019/2020


Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 Year 6
Spring Spring Spring Spring
Autumn Autumn Autumn Autumn


We follow the National Curriculum and aim to provide a balanced and broadly based curriculum designed to promote the spiritual, moral, cultural, mental and physical development of all its pupils.

As the children move through the school their progress will be monitored partly by teacher assessment and partly by standardised tests.

At the end of Year 6 children sit 'SATs' tests in: Reading, Maths and Spelling, punctuation and grammar. These tests are sat in May and are marked externally.  The results of these tests and the teacher assessments will be reported to parents/carers.  Scores are standardised and children are seen to be either 'Below Expected Standard', 'At Expected Standard' or 'Higher than Expected Standard'  Teachers will make their own assessments on the same scale at the same time.


Maths English Geography History Design and Technology

Y3/4 Calculation Policy

Progression in Writing and Grammar

Working Geographically

Working Historically

Design and Technology Overview

Y5/6 Calculation Policy

Rainbow Grammar Overview

Year 3/4 Geography Overview

Y3/4 History Overview

Design and Technology Curriculum Coverage


KS2 Reading Vipers

Y5/6 Geography Overview 

Y5/6 History Overview 




 Geography Concepts


 Progression in History and Geography


Key Question Led and Enquiry Focussed Learning




Mastery Model of Learning




Geography Intent, Implementation and Impact

History Intent, Implementation and Impact





Religious Education



Science Overview

Computing Overview

 Year3/4 RE Overview

Art Overview


Skills Progression

General Computing Skills

 Year5/6 RE Overview


Working Scientifically Progression

Progression in computing

RE Curriuclum Intent


Intent, Implementation & Impact


Education for a Connected Word



Under advice from Derbyshire Children and Young People's Health Organisation, our PSHC scheme at Hasland Junior School follows the PSHE Matters framework.  This is with the exception of Sex and Relationships Education unit - Where do babies com from?  Units of work are allocated to each year group according to the scheme of work outline  In addition to this the school has generated its own SRE scheme under consultation with parents, children and the Governing body (see RSE document).  We also plan lessons designed to target issues around bullying (see Anti bullying planning).  If you require any further information, please do not hesitate to contact the school.

PSHE Yearly Outline

RSE Scheme


PSHE Objectives Overview

RSE Overview

Anti-Bullying Overview

Education for a Connected World  

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