KS1 - Lyndhurst Road, Landford, Salisbury, Wiltshire SP5 2AE - KS2 - School Road, Nomansland, Salisbury, Wiltshire, SP5 2BY


The New Forest C of E Primary School and Nursery





At The New Forest C. of E. Primary School, we strive to provide the best for every child. We offer a broad, balanced and engaging curriculum that aims to instil a love of learning that will support the children at the start of their school experience. Our curriculum includes the seven areas of learning and is tailored to match the children’s interests. We provide purposeful opportunities that allow the children to explore and thrive. Our environment is engaging, stimulating, challenging and fosters personal, social and emotional development. We foster an inclusive approach to education and believe all children should have a high level of self-worth and pride, giving them the confidence to believe that their own opinions are important and valued in our school. In the early years, we promote independence and enable children to play, explore, be active in their own learning, create and think critically. Parents have a significant impact on their child’s learning. We work closely with our families and to create positive and supportive relationships. During their time in the Early Years, the children will develop a sense of belonging to our school community and a readiness to transition to the next step of their education.




We follow the 2022 EYFS Profile, Development matters and Birth to five and our expectation is that all children are showing progress in line with national expectations. It is the responsibility of each class teacher to monitor and ensure that this progress is made. The subject leader works with each teacher to monitor this progress and to ensure that sufficient challenge is given to each child.



Term 1

Term 2

Term 3

Term 4

Term 5

Term 6


All About Me

Seasons and Celebrations

People Who Help Us

Healthy Bodies

Nature Detectives

The Ocean


Starting School

Who Am I?

Tell Me A Story

The Mysterious Egg

Come Outside!

There’s No Place Like Home

Let’s Go Sailing!




Teachers measure the impact of the curriculum through formative and summative assessment. From this assessment teachers will adapt and change their planning according to the needs of all of the children. Subject leaders will also measure the impact of the curriculum through learning walks, pupil voice and teacher surveys. Individual pupil data, in accordance with objectives within the National Curriculum, is collected and analysed three times a year. This data is recorded on the school’s electronic data base (INSIGHT) to monitor attainment and progress.