Curriculum

Education at William Austin Junior School will follow on progressively from your child’s experiences at their Infant School.


Our curriculum is based on the National Curriculum. English and Maths are taught daily. Science, Computing, History, Geography, Art, Design and Technology, Religious Education (RE), Personal, Social, Health, Citizenship & Economic Education (PSHCEE), French, Games, Spelling, Phonics, Tables and Reading are taught throughout the week by the class teacher. We also employ specialist teachers for Physical Education (PE) and some computing lessons.

The classteacher will assess your child’s work throughout each term and this will be reported to you at our regular Parent Consultation evenings and through the end year report. When your child reaches Year 6, at the end of Key Stage 2, they will take the Key Stage 2 National Tests (SATs). These tests will indicate their progress and achievement, the results, along with a teacher assessment grade will be reported to you. A copy of our latest Key Stage results can be seen in the performance tables pages on our website.

Whole school policies for all subjects are available on the website or from the school office, on request.