EYFS, KS1 and KS2

The school is split into 3 phases:

Early Years Foundation Phase (EYFS), caters for our youngest children who range from 3-5 years old.

Key Stage 1 (KS1) consists of Years 1 & 2 and children in these classes are between 5 and 7 years of age.

Children in Key Stage 2 (KS2) are in Years 3-6 and are between 7 and 11 years of age.

Each Key Stage follows its own curriculum. We have two classes in each year group and both Reception and Year 1 classes work together as a unit to ensure best practice.

 

Foundation Stage

La Moye school has a dedicated Early Years Foundation Stage Team to provide your young child with the high quality first school experience.

Our commitment is to create and maintain a safe, happy and child-centred environment in which children are inspired to become purposeful, life-long learners.

In the Early Years Foundation Stage our aim is that upon leaving Early Years, La Moye children have a strong sense of self, feel positive about their abilities as a learner, have formed constructive relationships and are confident communicators.

Click on the link below to find out more about Jersey Early Years Curriculum:

3 to 5 year olds: early years foundation stage curriculum

Department policy on child's prolonged absence from Nursery Education 

To  find out more about additional hours for your child in Nursery click here

 

Key Stage 1

At La Moye we offer a curriculum that is broad and balanced and which;

  • promotes the spiritual, moral, cultural, mental, physical development of children and;
  • prepares children for the opportunities, responsibilities and experiences of the next stage of their education and later life.

The National Curriculum forms part of the school curriculum and provides an outline of core knowledge around which teachers develop exciting and stimulating lessons to promote the development of children's knowledge, understanding and skills in the core subjects of English, Mathematics and Science as well as the foundation subjects; Computing, History, Geography, Physical Education, Art and Design, Design and Technology and Music.

Learning activities in all subjects are carefully planned to match the individual needs of each child. Teachers set high expectations for every pupil and use assessment effectively to set challenging targets. Cross curricular links are made to enhance the teaching and inspire the children to learn. A Wide variety of teaching styles are used in teaching this may be a whole class approach, independent learning or working collaboratively in small groups organised according to appropriate criteria.

Click on the links below to know more about Jersey Curriculum: 

The new Jersey Curriculum in primary schools - A guide for parents

The Jersey Curriculum - Foreword

The Jersey Curriculum

 

Key Stage 2

The curriculum in KS2 is made up of the Core and Foundation National Curriculum subjects Each subject has a programme of study which details the knowledge, skills and understanding that children need to develop.

Click on the links below to know more about Jersey Curriculum:

The new Jersey Curriculum in primary schools - A guide for parents

The Jersey Curriculum - Foreword

The Jersey Curriculum