At Plover Primary we are extremely proud of our creative and vibrant curriculum which is underpinned by our school affirmations. We have adopted the Cornerstones curriculum, providing inspirational learning opportunities tailored to the needs and diversity of our community. Each interactive learning project offers children the opportunity to:

  • ENGAGE: first hand, memorable learning experiences where children have the chance to investigate and explore using all their senses.
  • DEVELOP: develop and research skills, knowledge and understanding
  • INNOVATE: apply skills, knowledge and understanding to a creative and inspirational challenge
  • EXPRESS: perform, share, evaluate and celebrate learning

A curriculum overview for school year 2017/2018 can be viewed using this link.

The link below can be used to visit the Cornerstones website. By clicking on the link, you will be able to have an overview of the ILP being covered and an outline of the subjects it will cover.


The 2018/2019 Curriculum is available below. English is on a separate document, please see list below. If you require any further information then please contact us. Our contact details are available in the CONTACT US section of the website. 

 Y1 Curriculum Year Overview.docxDownload
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The English curriculum is taught both discretely and through themed learning. Many opportunities are provided to teach these skills. The lists below show the English content that is covered in the curriculum.

 English Year 1.docDownload
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Please click this link to view the Parent's Complete Guide to the curriculum. If you require any further information about the curriculum then please do not hesitate to contact the school via e-mail ( or parents may choose to make appointment to see their child's class teacher to discuss the curriculum.