Learn about England and her culture from children who live there
What subjects do children learn at school?
All children aged from 5 - 16 are taught the National Curriculum. The main aim of the National Curriculum is to raise standards, making sure all children have a broad and balanced education up to the age of 16 and to ensure that schools in all parts of the country are following the same courses. The National Curriculum specifies what children must study and what they are expected to know at different ages.
English (speaking, listening, reading and writing.)
Design and technology
Information and communication technology (Computers)
History ( local history, the Romans, Anglo-Saxons and Vikings in Britain, Britain and the wider world in Tudor times , either Victorian Britain or Britain since 1930,
Physical education (PE)
and a modern foreign language eg French or German
Find out more about the National Curriculum.
If you want to find out exactly what we learn in each subject, you can visit the schemes of work.
Answered by Sarah
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