Then I told them of the hand of my God which was good upon
me; And they said, Let us rise up and build.
So they strengthened their hands for this good work.
Mark ye well her bulwarks, consider her palaces; that ye may tell it to the generation following
KS0 - KS2.
Covers age four to age eleven.
Most of the resources for KS0, KS1 and KS2 have originally been produced
by King’s School Witney, a Christian school in Oxfordshire. Valley Christian
School Online has purchased the resources and has converted them into
digital booklets. Digital copies of all booklets can be viewed and downloaded
from the website. We are also able to supply printed booklets at a
All the parent’s guides are comprehensive and follow a regular pattern. They
have a biblical Truth to Teach which are bible references that are the source
of the subject. This is followed by the Way to Work which is a lesson based
means of conducting the topic. The fulfilment is confirmed in the Learning
For Life list.
The English curriculum consists of a termly parent’s guide and an annual
pupil workbook for each year. They cover Enjoying Words (comprehension
and literature), Correct Words (grammar and punctuation), Writing Words
(factual and creative writing) and Spelling/Phonics Words with many stories
and references being biblically based.
The Geography scheme of work is topic based with a parent’s guide for each
topic and pupil’s workbook for the whole subject (Year 1 to Year 6). Topics
covered include God’s Heart for the Nation, God’s Heart for Europe, Greek
Grandeur, Hebrew Hearts and God’s Amazing Landscapes.
The History scheme of work is also topic based with a parent’s guide and
pupil’s workbook for each topic. The topics start from Year 3 with His
Changing World - Unchanging God, Vikings and Romans and then Year 5 and
6 cover Tudors and Victorians.
The Science begins as projects for Years 1 and 2 and continues with
topics covered within parent’s guides and pupil’s workbooks. Topics
covered include weather, water, forces, heat, electricity, plants and
creation in Years 3 and 4. Years 5 and 6 cover sound, light,
characteristics of living things, living and non-living things, electricity,
heat, forces and motion, materials and their properties, and projects on
Marvellous Me and God’s Amazing Matters,
Science is taught as a continuous, active process whereby a child is
made aware of his environment through the development of skills,
abilities and attitudes. Both theory and practise are covered in the
The comprehensive STEPS Maths scheme is a practical, hands-on
scheme supported by attractively designed workbooks and additional
Resource Master worksheets. The parent’s guide is prescriptive in it’s
direction explaining how to teach the concepts. Some equipment is
required but not all is essential. There are also Assessment suggestions
and additional differentiated worksheets to challenge more able
Cambridge Primary Maths games
Cambridge Primary Maths books are entirely full of games that
are arranged by skill set and year. What a brilliant complementary tool
to ensure that learning maths remains fun!
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