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Example Easy School follows the national curriculum but specialises in modern languages.


  • negative and fractional powers
  • working with numbers in standard form (scientifi c notation)
  • reverse percentage calculations
  • working with quantities which vary in direct or inverse proportion
  • solution of linear simultaneous equations by algebraic methods
  • factorising quadratic expressions and solution of quadratic equations
  • plotting graphs of cubic, reciprocal and exponential functions
  • trigonometry
  • calculation of length of arc and area of sector of a circle
  • cumulative frequency diagrams, box plots and histograms
  • moving averages
  • tree diagrams and associated probability calculations.


During Key Stage 1 pupils observe, explore and ask questions about living things, materials and phenomena. They begin to work together to collect evidence to help them answer questions and to link this to simple scientific ideas. They evaluate evidence and consider whether tests or comparisons are fair. They use reference materials to find out more about scientific ideas. They share their ideas and communicate them using scientific language, drawings, charts and tables.

The science Key Stage 1 curriculum consists of:

  • Sc1 Scientific enquiry
  • Sc2 Life processes and living things
  • Sc3 Materials and their properties
  • Sc4 Physical processes
  • Breadth of study

Modern Foreign Languages

  1. Understanding and using the foreign language
    In the early stages of language learning pupils might be taught:

    • how to use and respond to the foreign language
    • how to listen carefully in order to discriminate sounds, identify meaning and develop auditory awareness
    • correct pronunciation and intonation
    • how to ask and answer questions
    • techniques for memorising words, phrases and short extracts
    • how to use context and clues to interpret meaning
    • how to make use of their knowledge of English or another language in learning the foreign language.

  2. Pupils can be taught about other countries and cultures by:
    • working with authentic materials including some from ICT-based sources
    • considering their own culture and comparing it with others
    • considering the experiences of other people.

  3. In order to develop their knowledge, skills and understanding further, pupils might also be taught:
    • the interrelationship of sounds and writing
    • simple aspects of grammar and how to apply them
    • how to initiate conversations
    • how to use dictionaries and other reference materials
    • how to communicate with each other in the foreign language in pairs and groups and with their teacher
    • how to use their knowledge of the language creatively and imaginatively
    • how to use the foreign language for real purposes.