Curriculum Impact

The impact of our Woodlands curriculum is that by the end of each phase- end of EYFS and KS1, end of Years 3 and 4 and finally, end of years 5 and 6- many pupils have sustained mastery of our curriculum content, remembering it and demonstrating fluency in it; with some children showing a greater depth of understanding.

 

We carefully track pupils to ensure that we provide the learning that is right for them to make progress and reach the expectations of our curriculum and beyond.

 

By the time children leave us at the end of Year 6, they will have also completed our bespoke Enrichment Passport- “11 by 11” experiences and will be ready for their next stage of education.

 

Impact is measured in a number of ways, including but not limited to:

  • Pupil Voice
  • Quality of Learning in Books
  • Learning Walks and Walls
  • Children’s Performances and Events
  • Protected time for Staff Discussion
  • Subject Leader Expertise
  • Attendance Data
  • Parental Feedback
  • Involvement
  • Year 1 Phonics Screening Check data
  • Official Outcomes at KS2
  • Reading Skills across the Curriculum

 

The greatest impact will be seen when our children reach the end of their time with us and are ready to carve out a happy, meaningful and successful future.

 

We are committed to ensuring that our children are fully prepared for the next stage in their educational journey. Our curriculum is designed to mould resilient, creative, aspirational children who are excellent communicators and who are equipped with a wide-range of essential life skills.

 

The true impact of the education we provide, “will have a legacy far beyond the school gates, impacting young people as friends, neighbours, parents, team members and employers, benefiting the individuals themselves, their wider community and broader society.”