Shenley Road, Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire MK3 7AW


Romans Field School

Building Success Together

RF Curriculum

The areas of the curriculum have been linked to Education Health Care Plans and include the following aspects:   

  • Social, Emotional & Mental Health Development (PSHE) 

  • Physical & Sensory Development (Physical Education & PSHE)  

  • Communication & Interaction Development (Speaking & Listening, PSHE)  

  • Cognition & Learning:  

  • Literacy (Reading & Writing)  

  • Mathematics (Number & Measurement/Position/Shape)  

  • Understanding the World (Science, ICT/Computing, History, Geography, RE & PSHE)  

  • Expressive Arts & Design (Art, DT, Music)  

The brackets indicate aspects of the National Curriculum which are covered within each heading. 

 The outcomes have been created as a continuum, from Stage 1 – Stage 20, with an additional Stage, termed Stage Beyond. These outcomes are used to identify progress in pupils from Reception – KS3.  

  The outcomes have been constructed using a variety of sources, experience and best practice. Materials and support used to develop the outcomes include:  

  • The Early Years Foundation Stages: Development Matters & Characteristics of Effective Learning  

  • Speech and Language Therapists  

  • The Zones of Regulation  

  • Safeguarding training resources  

  • National Curriculum 2014  

  • The PSHE Association, “Mental Health & Emotional Wellbeing, in PSHE Programme of Study”  

  • CASEL (Emotional Literacy)  

  • Mental Health Foundation  

  • Safeguarding resources  

  • “My Money” PSHE Teacher Handbook  

  • Youth Sports Trust, “Assessing without Levels”  

  • The Hertfordshire Grid for Learning  

  We believe it is vital to explicitly teach our pupils to safeguard themselves & about their wellbeing, especially their mental health: 

  • SEMH includes a section on relationships & behaviour and self-awareness & self-confidence. Within these levels, outcomes are included to ensure pupils understand Protective Behaviours, including CSE & FGM.  

  • ICT & Computing has an e-safety element in each stage. 

  • We also overtly teach Sex & Relationships lessons which is part of the PSHE outcomes and using age-appropriate guidance.