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Roding Primary School & Nursery with Provision for Deaf Children.

Roding Lane North, Woodford Green, Essex, IG8 8NP

What does Roding teach and why?

Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.”

Nelson Mandela 2003

Roding Primary School and Nursery with provision for deaf children is a welcoming school where everyone is ‘Free To Achieve’ The dedicated staff, amazing group of children and committed governors work hard to support strengths, improve weaknesses and remove any barriers that may prevent reaching potential.

When designing our curriculum we took a number of key factors into consideration. These include:

  • The high percentage of boys
  • The high number of children with SEND
  • Challenge for all
  • Family involvement
  • Our outdoor environment
  • Our attainment results
  • British Sign Language
  • National Curriculum
  • What was needed to support our learners to become effective contributors, responsible citizens, successful lifelong learners and confident individuals
  • Safeguarding - opportunities to explain and address issues, such as racism, homophobia, and alternative life choices.

Talk is an integral part of child development and is at the core of our curriculum. It helps children to think, learn and make sense of the world. Our pupils learn the skills to articulate their ideas, emotions, and develop understanding of others' points of view. We also want to ensure that our children leave our school ‘vocabulary rich’ These skills are crucial for their futures and influence every area of life, including developing relationships, managing emotions, and entering the world of work as young adults.

Whole school overview of learning

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What each Year Group learns and when.

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