Curriculum by Year/Subject/Term

 
All pupils at Clover Hill Community Primary School have access to a broad, balanced and relevant curriculum, differentiated to meet individual needs. We pride ourselves on enriching the curriculum with first hand experiences, visits and visitors.

Please contact us should you require any further information about the curriculum at Clover Hill school.

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Curriculum Updates

Science Week comes to Reception!

As well as today being Red Nose Day and Fresh Air Friday, it was also the end of Science Week at Clover Hill so Reception have been investigating magnets. We explored the magnets in Professor Earl's Science Lab and learned the words 'attract' and 'repel' as we...

Clover Hill ranked 7th best school nationally!!

We pride ourselves at Clover Hill on having a broad and balanced curriculum, on helping each and every child reach their full potential in all aspects of school life and also on preparing our children for their future life in modern Britain. However, last week The...

Phonics Workshops

This has been a very busy and exciting week for our Reception children and their grown-ups because we have opened the classroom door and invited our parents (and uncles and baby brothers!) into school to join us for the first hour of the day. Our visitors have seen...

Outdoor Maths Challenge!

Over the last few weeks, in Fresh Air Friday, the children in Reception have been learning about trees. We have learned the names for the parts of a tree and the important role that each part of a tree plays in keeping it healthy. We have taken bark rubbings and...

Nutri Troops

What an exciting and fun filled afternoon with Peter from Nutri Troops! Year Two and Three have had a fantastic time playing games all about good nutrition and healthy eating. Following on from the Year Three's science topic; Animals including Humans, the class have...

Year 4 Visit Segedunum

Year 4 have spent a lovely day at Segedunum today, finding out all about what life for a soldier living on the fort was like almost 2000 years ago. We looked at the site from the viewing tower, then went down onto ground level for a closer view. We walked to the...

Year 5 1940

Year 5 travelled back in time to the 1940s (a time when Britain was blighted by the war) and had a taste of what life was like for parents and children. The day started off with a special assembly for our families filled with facts about WWII, drama and of course a...

Year 6’s Beamish Visit

  We had a great day at Beamish Museum learning all about Victorian life. We went down the mine, traveled on the tram and sat through a very strict Victorian lesson. A fantastic learning experience!      

Year 5 Outdoor Fun

We had a great afternoon working with Andy developing teamwork skills. We learnt about compass directions and how to read maps. We finished with orienteering and problem solving. Lots of fun and laughter!  

The force is with you…

This morning Year 5 completed a science experiment to find out how the force of gravity effects different weighted objects. They worked in groups of six to predict, discuss, measure and record their findings. They used trays of flour and coco powder as a base to drop...

Y6 Enterprise Week

Year 6 have been young entrepreneurs over the past two weeks and have designed and made products to sell for a target audience of primary school children. This involved market research, questioning children as to what products they would like to buy, working out the...

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