Curriculum Statement

Our Research Project Curriculum

The children at St Luke's Church of England Primary School experience a curriculum that inspires, engages and provides opportunities for children to lead their own learning. The implementation of our new Research Project Curriculum ensures progression in the delivery of knowledge and skills, to enable our learners to succeed in modern Britain.


We have an overview map for each year group and Research Project webs which are shared with our parents / carers to support home-school links. They can be accessed on the individual class pages on the school website.

Our broad and balanced curriculum ensures all pupils gain core knowledge across a range of subjects so that they get the best start in life and are prepared as life long learners.


We use 'Letters & Sounds' in teaching phonics within our school. Our main reading scheme, Oxford Reading Tree, supports the teaching of phonics at the various phases.


To ensure progression of skills and progress for all our learners, we track the standards of all pupils indicating where they are in relation to year group expectations. Pupils work through the layers of the Research Project Curriculum within each year group, bringing depth to the curriculum.

Contact the School

St Luke's C of E Primary

Church Lane,

Tel: 01942 201140