AIM HIGH WORK HARD BE KIND NO EXCUSES
Click one of the links below to view curriculum information for each of our subject areas for all year groups.
For more information about our curriculum please click on the link to our Prospectus Additional Information Booklet below or contact the relevant subject leader.
We have a proven track record of academic success and we are consistently one of the highest attaining schools. Ofsted said: “By the end of Year 8, many pupils attain high standards in English, mathematics and science and pupils’ overall attainment is similar to what is usually typical of pupils who are one year older.”
At Fulbrook all children, from Year 5 onwards, are taught by specialist teachers. They benefit immensely from the expertise of French, art, music, technology, computing, humanities and PE specialist teaching.
We have put together a useful pack of resources for parents to help their children prepare for the SATs tests in Year 6.
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At Fulbrook, we believe that homework should support teaching, learning and pupil progress by supporting and extending the learning that takes place in the classroom during lesson time.
Homework, therefore, should be set in accordance with the following guidelines:
Homework Club takes place in the Library for all years.
Every Lunchtime 12:45pm - 1:25pm
Wednesdays After School 3:35pm - 4:30pm
Key Stage 2 (Year 5 and 6)
Pupils should expect to receive the following homework each week: English, Spelling,
Punctuation and Grammar (SPAG), Maths, Arithmetic and Science as set out on the homework timetable. These homework tasks should last up to 20 minutes in duration and pupils will be given one week to complete. In addition to these homework tasks we request that that children read or are read to daily for 15 minutes.
In Year 6, as part of preparing pupils for their SATs there will be an increase in the amount of homework set each week, in English and Maths.
Key Stage 3 (Year 7 and 8)
In preparation for the transition to Upper School pupils should expect to receive the following homework each week: English, Maths, Science, French, History, Geography and Computing. Each homework tasks should last up to 30 minutes in duration and pupils will be given one week to complete it. In addition to these homework tasks we request that children read at least three times a week for 20 minutes.