At Trull School we follow the 2014 National Curriculum.
We want our children to enjoy their learning; develop enquiring minds, develop the personal qualities they need to be good citizens of the world, and develop a sense of their own nationality and culture, at the same time developing a profound respect for the nationalities and cultures of others. Most of all, we want our children to develop all the skills they will need in order to confidently face life in modern Britain.
Many subjects are taught through cross-year topics and some topics involve the whole of a key stage, or occasionally the whole school.
Each term the teachers will upload knowledge organisers to the class section of the website. This contain information on curriculum topics for that term. Parents may then wish to talk about these topics at home with their child, or perhaps arrange a family outing to increase awareness and understanding of a subject.
Full information on the curriculum can be found on the DfE website or via the following link National Curriculum
At Trull school the children in KS2 are taught French in their classes throughout the week as a conversational topic, learning the basic key words to understand and hold a conversation.
The children also have the opportunity to join a French and Spanish club with Madame Beckett. Please enquire in the office if you would like your child to join these.
Here are some websites you may find useful to help your child with their French work: