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Pupils’ positive attitudes to learning, willingness to learn from their mistakes and development of emotional and social skills ensure that they are well prepared for the next stage of their education.

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Ofsted report

Curriculum intent

Curriculum Intent We offer a broad and exciting curriculum which is underpinned by the Programmes of Study in the National Curriculum and our values for the children to enjoy, achieve and thrive at School.  Phase group overviews can be found on the phase links above. If any parents wish to see any further information regarding

Early years curriculum

Early Years Curriculum SET Maidstone Infant School – EYFS Long Term Plan 2020/21 Our Early Years long term plan is to follow the interests of the children in this year’s cohort and use these interests as a starting point to cover all seven areas of the curriculum, following the guidance in the Early Years’ Foundation

KS1 curriculum

KS1 Curriculum The School aims to provide a balanced and broadly based curriculum. Cross-curricular topics are carefully planned by year group teachers. Key Stage 1 follow the National Curriculum. The children will gain experience of working individually, in groups or as a whole class depending on the activity. If you would like to find out

KS2 curriculum

KS2 Curriculum If you would like to find out more about the curriculum our school is following then please ask: Your child’s class teacher Key Stage 2 Leader – Mrs Gardiner Miss Urey (Curriculum leader) National Curriculum Overview – view Features of Text – view Reading Scheme and Phonics – view E-Safety – view

Phonics and reading

At SET Maidstone Infants School we aim to foster a love of reading. All classes have stories read to them and our English lessons often use a book as a starting point. Every child has an opportunity to choose a book from our library on a weekly basis.  We run weekly shared reading sessions with

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