Progression Documents for each subject
Below are documents for each subject showing subject progression throughout the year groups. Subject progression is monitored by the subject leaders.
Cornerstones Subject Progression Documents
These documents show you the subject progression throughout the year groups for each subject through the Cornerstones projects. Please be aware that we are currently updating our cycle of topics, due to a change in class structure so some topics may have changed.
Music, French, RE/World Views, Computing and RSE/PSHE Progressions Documents
For Music, French, Computing, RE and RSE/PSHE we use and adapt schemes by Kapow. For Music, we adapted the units from Year 3, 4, 5 and 6 working with the Asset Music lead to incorporate instrumental tuition and a greater focus on singing skills and music appreciation (Please see the Ringshall Music Curriculum and Progression KS2 document). For Computing, we use the condensed plan for Computing, except in year 5 and 6 where we use the full scheme of work.
White Rose Maths Progression Document
Math progression across the Key Stages from the National Curriculum that is followed by the White Rose scheme of work.
English Progression at Ringshall
We use the National Curriculum document to ensure teaching expectations progress through each year group, with the overarching aim that every child leaves our school at the end of year 6 as a fluent speaker, reader and writer.
We use the Little Wandle phonics scheme to start the reading journey (see phonics progression document), Collins Big Cat books and CLPE - Power of Reading (see list of key texts below) to support children's reading progression throughout their time at Ringshall School. In years 1-6, every child is continuously assessed to check their progress against the Collins reading scheme and books are allocated accordingly.
In EYFS, each day a quality CLPE texts and/or songs are shared with the class. EYFS children take home books from school to read at home. During the week, they read with the teacher at least once and an LSA at least once.
We use our 'Sentence Structure Progression' document to develop writing skills. Little Wandle and the 'Teach Handwriting' website to develop handwriting. Twinkle Spelling scheme to develop spelling. Whereas oracy expectations are taken from directly the National Curriculum. The CLPE quality text document is used in the teaching of reading to ensure progression in the texts used across year groups (see below). Writing, reading and oracy skills are also developed in lessons across the curriculum.
Physical Education Progression Document
Getset4PE supports PE lessons across the Key Stages.