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Our Curriculum

At Pembury Primary School, we offer our pupils a broad and balanced curriculum that meets the requirements of the National Curriculum and matches the educational needs of our children. Teachers have developed a thematic approach to learning, making links between different curriculum areas leading to meaningful and interesting topics. Where subjects do not fit into the current topic, they are taught discretely to ensure there is good coverage.

Subject areas that are taught include: English, mathematics, science, computing, geography, history, art & design, music, PE, design technology, RE, French, PSHE (including Sex Education). Key skills such as literacy, numeracy, thinking skills, interpersonal skills, metacognition and emotional literacy are interwoven through the learning experiences and subjects.

It is our aim that our curriculum reflects our ethos and priorities meaning that children are inspired to take responsibility for their learning and tackle challenges with confidence. Our timetable is flexible, allowing the teacher to structure the learning to suit the children and the subject matter. There is a strong focus on metacognition – teaching children about how they learn and also that they can learn anything if they put the effort in.

For more detailed information about the curriculum in a certain year group, please have a look in that years section on the left hand side of this page.

Please see the national curriculum on the governments website – https://www.gov.uk/national-curriculum

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Pembury Primary School
Lower Green Road, Pembury, Tunbridge Wells, Kent, TN2 4EB
Phone: 01892 822 259 Email: office@pembury.kent.sch.uk