The West Exmoor Federation prides itself on the highly engaging curriculum that is offered to all of our children.  The curriculum is supported and enriched by a wide variety of activities, including a breakfast club, many after school clubs and a holiday club.  Where ever possible we enhance learning opportunities through educational visits.  We also encourage our children to participate in an extensive range of special events and residential visits. Please click on the links below to find out more about our most recent learning, education visits and events, residential visits and our after school and breakfast clubs. 

The National Curriculum

Our Curriculum

2017/2021 Transitional Curriculum Overview

Learning to Read Through Phonics

Learning to Read Through Book Bands - A Parents Guide

After School and Breakfast Clubs



Wood Bay Remembrance Service

Posted: Jan 31, 2020 by: jayne.peacock on: Celebrating Learning

At 11am on 11th November, our Key Stage 2 children marked Remembrance Day with a service at Woody Bay Train Station.  The engine, Axe, provided the poignant backdrop for our service whilst our children read poems that that they had written about war and loss. As the Reveille broke our silence, our children placed poppy crosses into the garden of remembrance, many thinking about family members who served in the World Wars and subsequent wars around the world.  As our service concluded, our children enjoyed a ride on the railway whilst contemplating the part that Axe played on the frontline and how the tranquillity of the Exmoor landscape today contrasts so greatly to the scenes of WWI that they can only imagine.  Thank you to everyone who joined us at this service, to Rev’d Samantha for leading service and to all at Woody Bay for enabling us to mark Remembrance in such a special way.