Curriculum Overview

At St Mary’s we shape our curriculum so that all pupils are provided with high quality teaching and learning, with Jesus Christ at the centre of all we do. We aim to teach pupils how to grow into positive, responsible citizens, who can work and co-operate with others while developing the knowledge and skills to achieve their true potential.

“The Christian life is a call to a deeper communion with God and with one another, and this finds particular expression in our schools, which are rightly recognised as being families themselves, where no one is a stranger and where everyone, whatever his or her background or academic ability, is welcomed, treasured, supported and helped to become the person whom God calls them to be.”

For more information about the National Curriculum, please visit

Please visit each of our curriculum pages to get an idea of what is included in each curriculum area.

Our subject areas and Leaders:


Mrs Messenger

Mrs Ayre

Mrs Cosby (Phonics)


Mrs Macpherson

Mrs Colgan

Religious Education/

Minnie Vinnies/Charities

Mrs Harding

Mrs Orr


Miss Hough

Mrs Steele

SENDMrs Hemming

Mr Waterworth

Mrs Bevington

Miss Bond

EALMrs Kerry
MFL (French)Madam Brock
HistoryMiss Broad
GeographyMiss Mayers

Mrs Clews

Miss Kay

D&TMrs Broughton
MusicMrs Parkinson
Physical EducationMiss Noyce
EYFSMrs Moxon

Miss Davies

Mrs Ireland

School Council

Miss Rainford

Miss Barnett

Environment/DisplaysMrs Conway
EVC/Learning Outside the ClassroomMrs Messenger
Teaching Students/NQTMrs Wright
Pupil PremiumMrs Wright

A curriculum overview is detailed in the downloadable PDF file below.

For individual curriculum maps, please visit your child’s class page.

Reading and Phonics Information

Reading and Writing Overviews

Curriculum Programme of Study

Whole School Knowledge and Skills Tracker

Religious Education – Schedule of Works

Calculation Policy

Power Maths Overviews

Early Years Foundation Stage