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Curriculum at Round Hill

My name is Stacey Yates, I am the senior leader in charge of leading the curriculum across school.  I have taught across both KS1 and KS2 and love to find new and exciting ways of bring all the subjects that Primary School offers to the classroom for children to enjoy and flourish. 

Here at Round Hill we tailor our lessons to meet the needs and interests of our children to enable each individual to grow and develop their own curious minds and talents.  We offer a broad curriculum with many extra-curricular activities for children to enjoy and excel in.  We are particularly proud of the variety of musical instrument and sporting opportunities available to our children.  

Our classroom practise is based around Rosenshine's Principles of Instruction* using at daily reviews, high quality models, teacher/ student guided practise leading onto independent practise by students.  More information can be found in out Teaching and Learning Policy below.  

For more information, please find below our (subject) Policy, Scheme of Work and the Progression Map.

Curriculum Statement 

This curriculum statement is unique to Round Hill Primary School.  It is underpinned by our Round Hill Value Statements, our approach to Teaching and Learning and our vision for an inspiring curriculum. 

Click below to see the Curriculum Statement.

Curriculum Plan

The Curriculum Plan shows an overview of how our curriculum meets our school values and vision.


*Rosenshine's principle emphasises the importance of giving students sufficient time to practise retrieval, ask questions, and get the desired help. Students must not stop after learning the information once, they must continue to rehearse it by summarising, analysing, or applying their knowledge.