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Please scroll down to find out important information about our curriculum at Parkview. If you have any further questions about the curriculum we teach, please ask a member of staff or contact the school office directly.

School Structure

Foundation Stage - Nursery (FS1) & Reception (FS2) 

Key Stage One - Years 1 & 2

Key Stage Two - Years 3,4,5 & 6 

Key Assessment Points

End of Foundation Stage (Reception) - Good Level of Development

Year 1 - Phonics Screening Test

Year 2 - Key Stage One SATs in Reading, Writing, Maths and Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar

Year 6 - Key Stage Two SATs in Reading, Writing, Maths and Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar


NB - All other year groups are internally assessed 

Reading and Phonics In Key Stage One at Parkview


  • Oxford Reading Tree
  • Read Write Inc

Mathematics at Parkview

Curriculum Subjects and Themes

What does your child learn at school each day? Find information about our curriculum subjects here.

R Time


Parkview is proud to be an R Time school!


What is R time?

R time is an exciting, dynamic, fun-filled Personal and Social Education programme. The emphasis is upon creating effective, respectful relationships by way of Random Pair work. R time has been shown to improve behaviour, reduce bullying, raise self-esteem and accelerate learning.

R time is a programme that enables children to learn the skills of making and sustaining friends and friendships.

The programme is for all Early Years Foundation Stage and Primary aged children of all abilities. It is a whole-school, every pupil programme – all children will benefit and so will the adults working with them.


More information can be found at



We are very proud of this achievement. 




We have a strong PSHE curriculum at Parkview which teaches children how to stay safe online. Below are some leaflets about keeping safe online.  

Challenge Award


We are proud to be a Challenge Award school at Parkview. This is national recognition for high quality provision and practice for more able pupils.

Please find a leaflet below which displays the emphasis we place on this provision.




As a parent or carer, it is important to discuss with children the differences between healthy and unhealthy relationships to help highlight potential risks to them. There are also a number of practical steps you can take to protect children.


The leaflet below from Barnado's, outlines these practical steps.