Useful Links

Useful Links

Storrington Primary




For more information on our curriculum please see the links below.  Planning for each year group is published half-termly.

''  daughter is very proud of what she has achieved and the progress she has made'  parent comment 2017 


Key Stage 1 Curriculum Map

Key Stage 2 Curriculum Map

Science Long Term Plan

Year Group Programmes Of Study

Year 1 and 2 Spelling Lists

Years 3, 4, and 5 Spelling Lists

PSHE Curriculum

KS1 SATS information evening presentation

KS2 SATS information evening presentation

Policies referring to the curriculum eg Science Policy, marking and presentation policy can all be found on the policies page under About Us and give detailed information about specific curriculum areas.   These are reviewed regularly by staff and governors.    We also run regular curriculum information events for our parents.



Reading and Phonics

We follow the Ruth Miskin Read Write Inc programme for phonics.

Installing a love of reading is a key aim of the school.  As well as daily phonics sessions we take every opportunity to celebrate and enjoy books.  From World Book Day to themed weeks, author visits, half termly reading assemblies and poetry days we use rich texts as the focus for our learning across the curriculum.  During Drop Everything and Read time (DEAR time) our older children also buddy up with younger peers to spend time exploring and enjoying stories together.  We want all of our children to see themselves as readers and writers.   Our well equipped library and class book corners provide our children with a wealth of texts to lose themselves in.

Love Reading Leaflet


Computing and Staying Safe Online

The following websites are very useful to learn more about computing and

 The NSPCC has very useful information keeping your child safe online and have recently launched a new Share Aware campaign .  A copy of our Pupil Acceptable Use agreement can be found here.

The West Sussex Safeguard Childrens Board (WSSCB) has information and advice for parents on a range of issues including cyber bullying and online abuse as well as what do to if you are concerned about the wellbeing of a child or young person.