All subjects (except RE) which are taught in school follow the guidelines set out in the National Curriculum Document. RE (religious education) is taught in accordance with the Lincolnshire Agreed Syllabus.

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Term 1

Term 2

Term 3

Term 4

Term 5

Term 6

Nursery 2020/21* Me and My World The Sky and Space Colour and Artists Woodlands Jobs and People The Sea

Me and my Family




Let's Look Outside


Year 1*

Amazing Me

Look Where I Live

In the Wild

Flying Machines

Lincolnshire Life


Year 2*



At the Zoo

Famous People

Who Lives Here?


Year 3*

Brilliant Bodies

Light up the World


The Earth


From the Stone Age to the Iron Age

Year 4*

Living Things and Their Habitats

Roman Britain


The Mayans


Invaders and Settlements

Year 5*

Raiders and Invaders


Our World


Local History

To Infinity and Beyond!

Year 6*

Alive and Kicking


Dr Who

Food and Farming


Jurassic Park


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Kirton Primary School follows the ‘Letters and Sounds’ scheme to teach Phonics from Nursery through to Key stage We do not use a specific reading scheme, we use a variety of books and schemes to support our children’s acquisition of reading skills.


In the teaching of religious education we follow the Lincolnshire Agreed Syllabus. We aim to help children to learn about and from religions and to explore and respond to human experiences. Through this teaching, children are encouraged to respect the right of others who hold beliefs that are different from their own.

Throughout the school study is based on the concepts of: Authority – written scriptures, traditions, key figures etc.; Celebration – forms of worship, festival etc.; Religious Beliefs and Life Styles – behaviour related to beliefs and values; The Sacred – ‘that which is set apart’ the nature of deity.

Parents are permitted to withdraw their child from religious education and collective worship. If you wish to exercise this right please make a request in writing to the Headteacher.


This is quite distinct from R.E., although the two are linked by the requirement that schools should promote the spiritual, moral, cultural, mental and physical development of pupils.

Our school has no religious affiliation, but we have connections with the local churches. Collective Worship takes place regularly in school assemblies. These are varied and take account of the needs of all children.  The worship is largely Christian in nature but we try to familiarise children with worship from other religions.

Assemblies also provide the opportunity for the children and teachers to come together as one family and share in the life of the school.


Health Education

From the time children enter school, they continue to learn more about themselves, their bodies and their feelings. They also learn about how they grow and change. In science they learn about functions, food, the effects of exercise etc. In the wider context of health education they learn about healthy life styles and are encouraged to adopt them. ‘Keeping Yourself Clean’, ‘Visits to the Dentist’ and ‘Rules about using Medicines’ are some of the topics taught.

 Drugs Education

Children are also taught about things that can harm them. For older children these include tobacco, alcohol and other drugs.

 Sex Education

In science, children are taught that humans and other animals can produce babies. In Key Stage Two the main stages of the human life cycle are taught. In addition, we teach sex education. In year six there is a more detailed study of many aspects of human reproduction. We use a television programme ‘Living & Growing’ which covers growing up, loving relationships leading to pregnancy and the subsequent birth of a baby. Parents have the right to withdraw their children from sex education should they wish.

 Personal and Social Education

Many aspects of these are dealt with as part of the health education programme. Time is allowed to consider wider issues and children are given the opportunity to consider various options and the possible consequences of certain courses of action.

In establishing a school ethos, great emphasis is placed on mutual respect and the development of self esteem. In preparing for adult life, we aim to develop children’s ability to take opportunities, to use initiative, to learn from mistakes and to make choices for themselves.



If we are to be successful, it is essential that there is a good home/school partnership. For our part, we try to keep you informed of what we are doing and how you can help – for your part, we hope that you will support the school’s work and also come and talk to us if you have any queries or concerns.


Should you wish to find out more about your child’s curriculum, please contact their class teacher by making an appointment at the school office.