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.

Curriculum Updates

Young Writers Competition – Celebrations at Clover Hill

Today we were thrilled to welcome the Mayor of Gateshead, Councillor Dillon and members from the local Rotary Club, including Ron Stroud one of our governors. Our Clover Hill children were praised for their wonderful creative writing on the theme 'reflections' and...

Year 4 Scientists!

Today we investigated static electricity as part of our National Science Week Challenges. We have had great fun creating static electricity with balloons and plastic tubes then using the force to move things around 'as if by magic'. We discovered that some of us had...

Faith Appreciation

I was very lucky to join Year 3 on their special visit to a local Sikh temple. Cloud Singh was such an informative host and made us all most welcome. Our children were so thoughtful, inquisitive and respectful - I was very impressed with their behaviour and knowledge....

Year Five are Historians

Today we have been using our history skills to put events from the Dark Ages into a chronological order.  The tricky bit was some of the dates were missing from the events.  We had to work together to place the events correctly on the timeline.   ...

Times Table Wizards

We are on a roll in Year 5. Two more boys achieved the status of Times Tables wizard today. Keep up the hard...

Times Table Wizards

In Year 5 today we had three boys who achieved the title of Times Tables Wizards. Well done boys and keep up the hard...

Year 5’s World War II Day

A huge thank you to everyone who helped to make today fantastic! All the outfits were amazing and the children really got into character. In the morning, the children produced very thoughtful letters home to their parents following their evacuation. This was followed...

Year 4 Visit Segedunum

We had a fantastic day yesterday when we visited the site of the Roman fort at Segedunum in Wallsend. We began our day with a climb of over 100 steps to reach the viewing tower. Once in the tower we could see the whole site and surrounding area too. We used a plan and...

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