Woodheys Primary School

Together Everyone Achieves More


Long Term Plans


Long Term Plans 2017-18

Here are the long term plans for Year One to Year Six 2017 - 2018. Each topic is written as a question with the children, through a series of exciting and engaging lessons, being given the opportunity to formulate their answers.

Year One

Year Two

Year Three 2017 - 2018

Year Four 2017- 2018

Year Five 2017 -2018

Year Six


 Curriculum Overview

It is important that we inform you also about the new curriculum expectations for each year group.

Please find the relevant information below.

EYFS curriculum overview

Year 1 curriculum overview

Year 2 curriculum overview

Year 3 curriculum overview

Year 4 curriculum overview

Year 5 curriculum overview

Year 6 curriculum overview



Example home reading Questions (1)

Example home reading Questions (2)

Strategies for decoding

How to improve in Maths


Phonics and Reading EYFS-KS1 Information for Parents

Phonics Articulation Video

Parents guide to Phonics Phases

Phonics Test Letter to Parents 2018

Phonics test practise materials

Jolly Phonics actions

Reading Guide for Parents

Phonics and reading parent workshop presentation- 29th January 2018



Mathematics Calculation Policies

Maths Calculation Policy Rec, Years 1 and 2

Maths Calculation Policy Years 3 and 4

Maths Calculation Policy Years 5 and 6



 As announced by the Government in 2015, schools will now be expected to assess children's progress without levels. Please look at the document link below to find out a little further about how this will be done.

 Assessment without levels

Key Stage One Government Assessments

Year 2 SATS Parent Workshop- 5th February 2018



How can I help my child I Writing?

The following websites are superb and really support your child’s understanding in Writing:

At the moment, in school, we are using the Alan Peat materials to really help the children improve the quality of their sentences.  Parents often ask how can I help my child to improve their writing well here’s how.  Click on the link below and you will find 25 different sentence types your child can use in their writing:

How to improve my writing

We would love to see these being used in your child's homework or any other writing they choose to undertake!


How else can I help my child I Maths?

The following websites are superb and really support your child’s understanding in Maths:

However, the following website is probably the best.  It has tutorial videos and follow-up activities: