Silloth Primary School

An Outstanding Primary School - Ofsted 2017

Children Come First

Curriculum

Please choose from the menu on the left for everything curriculum related, other than Home Learning Programmes, which are immediately below.

'The curriculum provides rich opportunities for pupils’ learning. Reading, writing and mathematics are incorporated seamlessly across different areas of the curriculum.'

(Ofsted 2017)

Remote/Blended Learning Offer at Silloth Primary School

Home Learning - Top Tips for Creating a Good Learning Routine

Home Learning  - Top Tips to Support Reading at Home

Read with TRUST

Remote/Blended Curriculum Plan for the Spring Term 2021

Click on the links below to access plans:

Early Years Curriculum Plan - Nursery & Reception

Key Stage 1 Curriculum Plan - Y1 & Y2

Key Stage 2 Curriculum Plan - Y3, Y4, Y5 & Y6

Homework Ideas for Everyone to Enjoy

From Phunky Foods 

We continue on our Phunky Foods journey, a whole school, healthy lifestyle curriculum designed to help children have an awareness of and enable them to make healthy lifestyle choices for both body and mind.

Each week teachers will upload Phunky Food ideas for you to enjoy as a family and would encourage the children help you make and taste what they have made.

We hope you will all enjoy and support us in our Phunky Foods journey at Silloth Primary School. 

Have fun!

From The British Library

Explore the British Library website for many, many superb ideas for engaging children in creative and fun activities.

Remember, on those rainy days through the holidays, you might be very glad of a great activity to keep the children busy & happy!

Go to:

https://www.bl.uk/childrens-books

and have a good look around - it's packed full of excellent ideas!

From The National Trust

How many of these can you do this year?

50 Things to Do Before You're 11 3/4 - The National Trust

https://nt.global.ssl.fastly.net/documents/50-things-activity-list.pdf