Curriculum Statement

Our ‘ HIGH FIVE’ is a golden thread through our curriculum where we encourage all adults and children to,
‘ Respect, Help, Learn, Enjoy and Achieve.’

Our curriculum makes learning fun, hands on and stimulating.
We provide a highly inclusive creative curriculum which enables pupils to achieve in a happy and safe environment.  There is a focus on developing the whole child with a wide variety of clubs during the school day and after school. All staff work together effectively to plan and deliver a curriculum that meets the needs of all children. The curriculum is rich, purposeful and challenging for all children.
All children throughout their time with us experience local visits, visiting authors and artists, samba lessons, ukelele lessons, capoeira lessons, forest school lessons and a wide range of activities indoors and outdoors to enhance the curriculum.
Our learning environments develop creative and independent learners who are motivated, resilient and focused.

Our school is a learning community in which all children and adults are continuously engaged in developing and extending their own learning. We continuously aim to develop and refine the effectiveness of teaching and learning across the school by reflecting upon and discussing what has been successful and why. Good practice is celebrated and shared amongst staff, whilst recognising the value of sharing and learning from mistakes and difficulties.

Provision is outstanding because staff know the children so well, and pupils learn through an active curriculum with involvement in practical and meaningful activities such as Forest Schools, Capoeira, Ukelele and Samba drumming. The Curriculum makes learning fun, hands on and stimulating by providing real experiences such as Time and Tide, Norwich Castle, How Hill Nature Reserve, BeWilderwood and Gressenhall Rural Life Museum. Teachers and teaching assistants work together effectively to plan and deliver a curriculum that is rich, purposeful and challenging for all children, this involves events such as World Book Day, Reading, Maths and P.E Cafes, Slanted Dance
This highly inclusive curriculum enables pupils to achieve their full potential in a happy, fun and safe environment.

Curriculum Maps 2018-19

Nursery Curriculum Map 2018-19

Reception Curriculum Map 2018-19

Year 1 Autumn Term

Year 1 Spring Term

Year 1 Summer Term

Year 2 Curriculum Map


Mousehold Infant and Nursery Curriculum Policy Statement

The children at our school follow the 2014 National Curriculum, although our exciting programme of learning is not limited by it. The curriculum is enriched with many exciting opportunities for diverse learning.

Phonics and Reading Statement