We are proud of the curriculum at The Aldgate School. Children attain the highest standards academically but they also excel in music, the arts and sport. Take a look at our statement of curriculum intent or have a delve into this page and find information about the curriculum in your child's class. If you have any questions about our curriculum, don't hesitate to get in touch via the office.
All of our children are now in school full time and remote learning has ended. Where a child is absent and isolating but is well enough to continue with their learning, the Google classroom will be used to deliver the curriculum.
Teachers adjust the curriculum according to pupils’ interests and current events, so no topic is ever taught in the same way more than once. This focus on pupils’ interest helps pupils to concentrate for longer, work harder, think more clearly and put forward their own thoughts about what they are learning. Ofsted, 2013
Art and D&T are an important part of our curriculum. We took part in the London 2021 version of Inside Out and many of our school community had their images posted on Tower Bridge.
|Year 6 at the Argoed Lwyd Outdoor Education Centre||Year 4 at Kench Hill in Kent|
We regularly welcome visitors to perform for, share or work with our children. Children have enjoyed performances on the organ as well as other instruments such as bassoon, clarinet and trumpet.
|Year 5 visiting a countryside school in Nottinghamshire||A pupil having a go on an organ.|
Our Gardening Clubs offer all sorts of interesting opportunities for our children.
Curriculum grids and knowledge organisers give you an overview of the learning in your child's class each term. Each term you will be able to see an overview of what your child will be learning. You will also have the opportunity to meet with your child's class teacher to discuss how your child is progressing in their learning each term.
Reading underpins our whole curriculum. Without the ability to read, children's opportunities in life will be severely limited. Visit our page dedicated to phonics and reading here to find out how our children learn to read and develop a love of reading.
Children begin to learn French in Year one and continue having weekly lessons with our specialist French teacher until the end of Year 6. See below for an overview of what children learn.
For more information about our curriculum, please contact the school office.