North Farnborough

Infant School

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At North Farnborough Infant School our curriculum is designed to help children become responsible, independent individuals who acquire a life-long enjoyment of learning. Our Rights Respecting ethos enables children to develop mutual respect, a shared responsibility and an appreciation of equality and diversity within a global community. We offer a curriculum that:


  • Is creative, exciting and engaging
  • Enables pupils and teachers to make the most out of every learning opportunity and create lifelong learners
  • Promotes the spiritual, moral, cultural, mental and physical development of pupils at the school and of society
  • Prepares pupils at the school for the opportunities, responsibilities and experiences of later life
  • Is valued because it is fun to teach and inspires independence, resilience and confidence
  • Develops enquiring minds





End of Key Stage 1 Assessments and Testing


Teacher assessment of children is an on-going process which takes place throughout the year in all year groups. At the end of Key Stage 1 it is these teacher assessments which will be used to decide whether children have reached Age Related Expectations. To support this process, children in Year 2 have to take statutory tests in Maths, Reading and Spelling during the summer term.


We hold a bi-annual e-Safety day where children, parents and staff receive information about how to keep safe when using the internet. Alongside this the school has termly e-safety assemblies to keep this very important issue at the forefront of the children's minds. In addition, families must sign up to an Acceptable Use Policy in order to access the school's log in for curriculum support materials. There is more information on our Internet Safety page.