Curriculum overview

The School has an inclusive approach towards learning and supports children with a range of abilities as well as those who have English as an additional language.

We follow the National Curriculum as our base and provide much extension and enrichment within the classroom. There are curriculum overviews for each subject below.

Please also click the links for summaries of the termly objectives for each of the three school departments.

These summaries should only be taken as a guide as topics can be extended and adjusted during a particular term.

Subject Overview


At Windlesham School we believe that academic achievement is inextricably interlinked with enjoyment; this leads to our creative and interactive approach towards learning English. Go to English page


At Windlesham School we aim to provide stimulating and exciting Mathematics lessons to engage all our learners. Go to Maths page


Our Science lessons aim to develop a sense of excitement and curiosity about scientific phenomena and to provide pupils with the foundations for understanding the world.
Go to Science page


Windlesham School aims to stimulate and promote the use of Computing in order to support, enhance and extend learning opportunities. Go to Computing page


We passionately believe that learning French is a fun and exciting part of the curriculum, and for this reason children start learning French early on in the Nursery. Go to French page


The Humanities: Geography, History and Religious Studies, are part of the curriculum throughout the School and are taught by specialist subjects teachers in Upper School. Go to Humanities page


Reasoning is introduced as a concept in Year 2 and is taught from Year 4 as a subject. Go to Reasoning page


We teach philosophy to all of our children from Reception to Year 6 Go to Philosophy Page