Holy Name Curriculum 
Parents are the prime educators of their children and also have first responsibility for introducing their children to the teachings of Jesus Christ. Teachers and Classroom Assistants work with and support parents in this duty whilst attempting to ensure that all children receive a broad, balanced, relevant and differentiated education. At present the National Curriculum consists of four Core Subjects. These are RE, English, Maths and Science. And nine Foundation subjects; Art and Design, Citizenship, Computing, Design and Technology, Languages, Geography, History, Music and Physical Education.

In Key Stage 1 we use 'Floppy Phonics' to teach Phonics and Oxford Reading Tree, Project X and Bug Club as our reading schemes.

To find out more information about the curriculum you can view teaching plans by clicking on the following link Teaching Plans. There are also class pages and Knowledge Organisers with more detail about topics. Teachers send lots of information home each half term. 
School Timetable
EYFS (Reception) and Key Stage 1 (Year 1-Year 2)                                     
Doors open 8.45am                                                                                           
Break time 10.25am - 10.40am                                                                         
Lunch time 11.45am - 12.45am                                                                         
Break time  2.00pm - 2.10pm                                                                           
Home time 3.15pm                    
Key Stage 2 (Year 3-Year 6)
Doors open 8.45am
Break time 10.45am - 11am 
Lunch time 12pm - 12.55pm
Home time 3.20pm

Should you require any further information please contact our Headteacher.
Religious Education

This is a Catholic school and all rites and ceremonies are those of the Catholic Church. The practice of our Faith is fundamental to the life of the school. Please visit the Religious Education area of the website. 

Religious Education is given according to the doctrines and practices of the Catholic Church. The school follows the Diocesan approved syllabus (the Way, the Truth & the Life). The school works closely with the Parish and welcomes frequent visits by the priests – who are wholly involved in the spiritual and administrative life of the school. In addition to Masses in school the children join the Parish in Church on major feast days.

A variety of liturgical celebrations and assemblies take place appropriate to the age of the children.

The other major religions of the world, Islam, Sikhism, Buddhism, Judaism and Hinduism are positively acknowledged within our curriculum and their traditions and beliefs are taught. Children who practice these religions are welcomed in our school and their families are encouraged to take an active part in the life of the school.

Parents should be aware that they do have the right to withdraw their children from Acts of Worship and Religious Education if they so wish. Alternative arrangements should be made with the Headteacher if this is requested.