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What does your child learn at school each day? Find information about our curriculum subjects here.

The curriculum at Fox Hill is delivered in a variety of ways, through class teaching, group work and to the individual, as required. We place a particular emphasis upon delivering a skills based curriculum which will equip the pupils with the necessary skills to become independent learners. We try to make sure the learning is delivered through exciting cross-curricular themes.


Half termly curriculum newsletters are sent home which provides more details about the specific subjects and concepts the children will be learning over the coming weeks.



Phonics is taught throughout the school and we follow the “Letters and Sounds” programme.  Year 1 pupils must undertake a statutory Phonics Screening Check in the Summer term and information about their achievements is shared with parents.

Jolly Phonics Letter Sounds (British English)

Listen to the 42 letter sounds of Jolly Phonics, spoken in British English. Each letter sound is clearly spoken twice, before an example word is given. Perfect for parents, teachers and children who aren't sure how to pronounce the letter sounds.


We have extensive resources to support reading which are from a number of different commercially produced schemes.  We have incorporated these resources into a school wide book banding system which uses colours bands to level all reading materials. Children are allocated a colour band from which to select books which match their reading and comprehension ability.



Children at Fox Hill follow the Mathematics Mastery programme of learning in Reception through to Year 5 and a combination of Mathematics Mastery, White Rose Maths and other bespoke resources in Year 6. We have committed to a mastery programme, rolling this out to one year group at a time, year on year, until Mathematics Mastery is the main programme of study across all year groups. 


More information about our curriculum can be found in the School Prospectus.

PSHE, Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) Consultation


The Health Education and Relationships Education aspects of PSHE education became compulsory in all primary schools from September 2020. As part of implementing the RSE curriculum, schools must consult with the children, parents, staff and governors to ensure there is a general consensus on our approaches to policy and the curriculum content.


Fox Hill's consultation closed in February. During the process parents, carers, staff and governors, were asked to read through the information below and make comments on them.


The documents shared as part of the consultation were: 


It is important that all children receive this content, covering topics such as friendships and how to stay safe. The Relationships Element to RSE is statutory, however, parents have the right to request that their child be withdrawn from the Sex Education content. 


The delivery of Relationships and Sex Education is nothing new to the Fox Hill curriculum and it is a subject that we strive to continuously develop further. We teach a broad curriculum within PSHE that references many areas such as drugs, relationships, tolerance and online safety. This continues in the new guidance, along with many new areas of learning. Our aim is for our pupils to grow up healthy, happy and safe. Relationships and Sex Education is designed to equip your child with knowledge and make informed decisions about their wellbeing, health and relationships as well as preparing them for a successful adult life.


The world today for young people looks very different from the way it did 20 years ago when this curriculum was last updated – these changes bring the content into the 21st century, so that it is relevant for your child.


We are flexible and deliver content which is completely age appropriate and sensitive to the needs and religious backgrounds of all pupils.


Relationships Education

Relationships Education will put in place the building blocks needed for positive and safe relationships, including with family, friends and online. Your child will be taught what a relationship is, what friendship is, what family means and who can support them. In an age-appropriate way, we will cover how to treat each other with kindness, consideration and respect.


By the end of primary school, your child will have been taught content on:

  • Families and people who care for me
  • Caring friendships
  • Respectful relationships
  • Online relationships
  • Being safe


Health Education

Health education aims to give your child the information they need to make good decisions about their own health and wellbeing, to recognise issues in themselves and others, and to seek support as early as possible when issues arise.


By the end of primary school, your child will have been taught content on:

  • Mental wellbeing
  • Internet safety and harms
  • Physical health and fitness
  • Healthy eating
  • Facts and risks associated with drugs, alcohol and tobacco
  • Health and prevention
  • Basic first aid
  • Changing adolescent body