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21/09/17

Retweeted From Chestnut Park School

Year One Parent Information session Friday 9am and 3.30pm- looking forward to seeing every Year One family tomorrow!

21/09/17

Retweeted From WMprimary_banbury

AMAZING morning in Y5/6 with our borrowed computer science teacher!❤️to Mr Wright & . https://t.co/yw60aXPJTL

21/09/17

Retweeted From Aureus School

Thank you to all of the parents & carers who joined us for our Year 7 Clinic tonight. Great to see the happy smiles of our students! :-)

21/09/17

Retweeted From Careers within GLF

what is the most important thing you look for in a new school?

21/09/17

"If we want to reach real peace in this world, we should start educating children" Happy to all our followers https://t.co/3NhcLwW9pB

20/09/17

Retweeted From Merstham Park School

Looking forward to talking to parents at Merstham Primary on 28th September at 3.45pm ,Learn,Flourish

20/09/17

Retweeted From Jon Chaloner

Where staff and children https://t.co/IbwbojdMKB

19/09/17

Retweeted From Careers within GLF

Interested in training as a primary or secondary teacher from September 2018?Get into teaching with https://t.co/KZn8vMmlMM https://t.co/MbiTc2WN2S

19/09/17

Retweeted From Aureus School

A brilliant assembly from this morning on & . "It's ok, to not be ok". https://t.co/7rAkBQ1unp

19/09/17

Interested in training as a primary or secondary teacher from September 2018?Get into teaching with https://t.co/QOYn2lIDzt https://t.co/yLICCsgao7

18/09/17

Thinking about sending your child to a GLF School? Find a list of all open events by clicking below https://t.co/hEizmhxLSh https://t.co/9bcPKf0TcI

18/09/17

Retweeted From GLF Schools TT

Thinking of training to become a primary or secondary teacher?..... https://t.co/AxGNx19ajS

17/09/17

& are looking for a history teacher who has a passion for teaching elite young athletes https://t.co/1ztN2QVPua

15/09/17

Retweeted From Careers within GLF

We are looking for a finance analyst to join the central team in Claygate. Apply below https://t.co/OVGReDeGln https://t.co/3AIEtstBia

15/09/17

We are looking for a finance analyst to join the central team in Claygate. Apply below https://t.co/nTIB2XkHyb https://t.co/mUm3FlpcKl

15/09/17

Retweeted From Jon Chaloner

Pleased to welcome our 4 new trustees yesterday to for their induction training. Our Board will with them!

15/09/17

We hope you all had a great week...Thank you to all our staff and students for all they work they put in. We hope you enjoy the weekend! https://t.co/D2PQjviJwn

15/09/17

Retweeted From Hannah Wilson

Thank you for our beautiful new school! is 1 week old tomorrow. https://t.co/ZDkU4vJRJx

14/09/17

Retweeted From Hannah Wilson

We love our new graphic for our Aureus Values Wheel! Thanks Rich for designing it! https://t.co/q0YXwZZaZJ

Key Stage 1

Learning in Key Stage One (Years 1 and 2)

In Key Stage One a topic-based curriculum is taught through Cornerstones themes, which are used to deliver all subjects. There is a particular emphasis on the core subjects of English and Maths, which are also taught discretely.

RE is taught using the Agreed Syllabus for Religious Education in Surrey Schools.

The Early Years Foundation Stage ‘Characteristics of effective learning’ are further developed in KS1 by embedding opportunities to develop four key learning skills in all learning experiences:

  1. Resilience – the ability to persevere, manage distractions, absorb learning and notice things
     
  2. Resourcefulness – the ability to make links in learning, question, imagine and reason your findings
     
  3. Reflectiveness - the ability to plan, distil and revise ideas, and reflect and improve learning
     
  4. Reciprocity – the ability for inter-dependence, the ability to collaborate and work with others, to empathise and listen and imitate.

‘Quality First’ teaching ensures that lessons are exciting, engaging and appropriately challenging, building on what children already know. All teachers use a wide range of teaching approaches to suit all learning styles and children are encouraged to extend their learning through a range of differentiated activities and experiences.

Learning is targeted and personalised at all times, providing high challenge and skilful support in the relentless drive to raise attainment regardless of starting points. This is achieved through approaches such as extended curriculum tasks, small-group and 1:1 learning contexts.

Our rich topic-based curriculum includes engaging and motivational planning, visitors to our schools and educational trips to develop successful learners who embrace challenge, enjoy making progress and achieving their best.

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