Curriculum

All schools are very busy places and Grappenhall Heys is no different. We hope that in this section you will find information 
that will support your understanding of what the curriculum looks like at Grappenhall Heys Primary School.

The Curriculum Experience

Glimpse life at Grappenhall Heys by following a Year 6 pupil around our school on her final day. Please watch our class videos from 2020-21 to look at the exciting opportunities and activities that our children experience in all year groups. Nursery Reception Year 1 Year 2 Year

Our Curriculum

30/8/21 - PLEASE NOTE THAT ALL OUR CURRICULUM SUBJECT PAGES ARE UNPUBLISHED AT THE MOMENT. THESE ARE CURRENTLY BEING UPDATED BY STAFF AS PART OF THE TRANSITION TO OUR NEW WEBSITE. THE SUBJECT PAGES PAGES WILL BE BACK ONLINE WITHIN THE NEXT COUPLE OF WEEKS. Our school follows a knowledge-based

Our Remote Learning Curriculum

This page is primarily to show our remote learning curriculum offer for children. For further information and school correspondence, please visit our Covid-19 Information Page for Parents page. Additional ideas and relevant curriculum newsletters and knowledge organisers can be found on individual

EYFS

Curriculum Intent At Grappenhall Heys we believe that the Early Years Foundation Stage is crucial to enable the children to thrive in education and everyday life . Our calming and communication-friendly environment provides a multi-sensory experience filled with well-paced and variable learning

Being Active

We are very proud of the sporting opportunities and physically active sessions that we offer the children at our school. Children take part in PE lessons, after school clubs, active breaks and lessons, sporting festivals and competitive events. During the week, children complete in over 200 active

School Residentials

Each year all of our KS2 classes have the opportunity to go on a residential visit. Please see below for videos of our most recent residentials for each year group. For more photos please visit our school Facebook page . Click here for more information on our KS2 outdoor and adventurous

Outdoor Learning

We regularly use 'Heys Wood' to take our learning beyond the classroom and support our Nursery and Reception classes. We also use the forest area at the end of the school field to promote outdoor learning with KS1 and KS2. ​ Activities vary across year groups and include construction and