The Curriculum at Christ the King:


  • Has Religion and Christ at its core to tell children:

-Who they are…

-Why they’re here…

-Where they’re going…

  • Has PHSE woven throughout all curriculum areas,
  • Meets the statutory requirements of the National Curriculum 2014,
  • Embraces the children’s individuality and creative talents and gifts
  • Is relevant, exciting and stimulating for our children, led by their own questions,
  • Provides opportunities for the children to work collaboratively and to make choices in their learning,
  • Provides opportunities for the children to make links and deepen their knowledge and understanding across different subject areas,
  • Helps the children develop as independent enquirers, team workers, reflective Learners, effective participators, self- managers and resourceful thinkers,
  • Includes celebrations of learning to provide real contexts for learning,
  • Extends learning beyond the classroom.




At Christ the King we use the comprehensive synthetic phonics programme, Floppy's Phonics Sounds and Letters, developed by phonics expert Debbie Hepplewhite to systematically teach and practise Letters and Sounds. The Sounds and Letters resources are fully matched to the DfES Letters and Sounds phonics programme and are further supported in school by Floppy's Phonics Fiction and Non-Fiction reading books.  Floppy's Phonics stories enable your children to improve their word recognition skills and language comprehension. They fit in with our existing Oxford Reading Tree stories enabling your child to build confidence by providing opportunities to practise decoding skills within a familiar setting.

Class curriculum overviews - (currently being revised Nov 18) 
Parents Complete Guide to the curriculum