At Angel Road Junior School, we deliver a broad and balanced curriculum, allowing children to gain knowledge and develop the skills they need to actively and positively contribute to life in Modern Britain.
We are particularly proud of our Personal Development curriculum: a combination of PSHE, Religious education, Relationships education and Behaviour for learning. This allows children the chance to discuss, investigate and learn about the cultures and beliefs in the world around them and to focus on their own behaviour, health and development in an inclusive and supportive environment.
Our curriculum map gives you an overview of the main areas of study.
Our Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural map and 51 things to do at Angel Road show the additional activities that we offer to broaden all children’s range of experiences.
To find further year group specific information about the areas of study, please visit the Year Group pages within this website.
If you would like more information about our curriculum, please contact your child’s class teacher or the Head of School via the school office.
We hold the belief that every child at Angel Road Junior School can achieve and progress well in mathematics. Children are encouraged to take risks, be creative and learn from their mistakes.
Angel Road Junior School follows the White Rose Maths Hub schemes of learning. In years 3, 4 and 5, children learn mathematics with their usual class. In year 6, children are separated into different groups depending on the gaps in their knowledge. These groups may change over the course of the year. Children also take part in fluency activities throughout the day and also learn some maths concepts through cross-curricular learning.
Children are expected to practice their mental maths skills regularly at home, following the guidance in their home learning books. All children have access to a SUMDOG account which also enables them to practice their maths skills at home.
For more information or guidance, please speak to your child’s class teacher or Mr Dowgill (Maths subject leader).