School Curriculum and Results

Here you will find details of the most recent published results for the school and further information about the school curriculum.

Our Teaching for Learning Policy Click here

Information on Performance Tables can be found at  or click here for the direct link 

Key Stage 2 Test Results 2016  Click Here

Key Stage 2 Test Results 2015  Click here

Key Stage 2 Test Results 2014 Click here

A guide to the contents of the new National Curriculum  Click Here

Key Stage 1 Phonics and Reading Scheme

Here at East Farleigh we follow the DFE Letters and Sounds programme which is delivered in six phases of phonics teaching. Phonics is taught throughout the foundation stage and Key Stage One and it is taught for a short twenty-minute session everyday. For further information please follow the link Letters & Sounds

Our reading scheme is built up of a variety of books from the Oxford Reading Tree, Bug Club, Usbourne readers and a range of chapter books by leading children’s authors. Children are encouraged to read at home every night and books are changed regularly.

Literacy and Maths

The charts below show the expected level in Literacy and Maths for the end of each year group.

Year 1 “Expected Level”  Click Here

Year 2 “Expected Level”  Click Here

Year 3 “Expected Level”  Click Here

Year 4 “Expected Level”  Click Here

Year 5 “Expected Level”  Click Here

Year 6 “Expected Level”  Click Here

National Curriculum Mathematics

Year 1 click here

Year 2 click here

Year 3 click here

Year 4 click here

Year 5 click here

Year 6 click here

Maths Curriculum Support Leaflets

Year R click here

Year 1 click here

Year 2 click here

Year 3 click here

Year 4 click here

Year 5 click here

Year 6 click here

The New Computing Curriculum

Details about the implementation of the new curriculum for Computing at East Farleigh Primary School can be found Click Here

The New National Curriculum for Computing Click Here

Additional information regarding the school curriculum can be obtained by contacting, in the first instance, your child’s teacher, the appropriate subject coordinator or the Headteacher. Please email or call into the school office.