Curriculum


St Hugh’s curriculum is organised within the framework of the National Curriculum, Trafford Education Authority’s Curriculum Guidelines and Salford Diocesan Guidelines for Religion.  These guidelines allow the child to fully develop in all aspects of the curriculum and to grow in the knowledge and practice of their Roman Catholic Faith.

In accordance with the requirements of the National Curriculum priority is given to English, Mathematics and Science, but all children are also given the opportunity to discover an appreciation of the Arts, ICT, Technology and Humanities, and to enjoy physical activities. Subjects are covered in a variety of methods, often through cross-curricular themes which foster the full intellectual, social and spiritual development of the child.

Beyond The Curriculum

The school offers a wide variety of interest to cater for the children’s needs and the following groups meet regularly – Prayer group, Boys and Girls Football, Netball, Irish Dancing, Violin, Guitars, Skiing, Fencing, Judo and Cross Country. St Hugh’s run a Before and After School Club for children who attend St Hugh’s.  The club runs every day, term time from 8am until 8.55am and 3.15 pm – 5.15 pm prompt.

 

Click here for information about the Phonics Reading Check in Year 1

 

Please click on the year group below to see the curriculum overviews:

 

Reception

Year 1

Year 2

Year 3

Year 3/4

Year 4

Year 5

Year 6

 

Please click here for the Maths Curriculum in more detail.

Helping my Child with Maths - Key Stage 2

Times Tables Games and Strategies