Curriculum

Find out what our children learn about throughout the year. Want to know more about our curriculum? Give us a call and ask to speak to our curriculum leader, Michael Burnett.

Academy

Curriculum Statement

Curriculum Statement At Co-op Academy Oakwood the curriculum comprises everything that a child experiences at our school. We follow the National Curriculum where subject-specific skills, knowledge and understanding is taught….

Curriculum Experiences

These experiences allow our pupils to engage even more in their learning. The experiences are linked to the topics they cover in lessons and help deepen their understanding. As our…

Year Group Curriculum Maps

This overview shows you what your child will be learning about each term.

Class Curriculum Newsletters

Our class newsletters are published every half term and contain useful information for parents. Use the links below to find out more about what your child will be learning in…

Maths

Our Intent At Co-op Academy Oakwood, we want our children to leave school with a love of maths. We aim for them to have a toolkit bursting with life skills…

English

Our Intent As a school, we aim to promote high standards of language and literacy by equipping children with a strong command of the spoken and written word. We believe…

Foundation Stage

Our intention is that: Children feel safe and secure, developing independence, creative thinking, perseverance and a love of learning for their entire lives. The work in our Unit is developed…

Home Learning

Home learning is a great way of getting involved in your child’s school work; we love working with parents and carers to make sure our pupils are getting the best…

Vision and Values

At Oakwood we encourage everyone to follow the ‘Ways of Being Co-op’ within a safe environment where education can prepare all children to be ready for life. Do what matters…

Vision and Values

Modern Life in Britain

Acceptance and engagement with the fundamental British values of democracy, the rule of law, individual liberty and mutual respect and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs; the pupils…