The core focus in Key Stage One is building on the foundations established in Foundation Stage. Children are exposed to a variety of materials and resources, focusing on language development including reading, writing, speaking and listening. These skills are also acquired through other subjects such as Mathematics, Science, History, and Geography. In addition, the technological advances in the world today give us the opportunity to access the Key Stage One British National Curriculum through a variety of different kinaesthetic learning directives. When students move on to Key Stage 2, they begin to be exposed to the broader spectrum of the curriculum, with a focus on Literature, Geography, History, Maths, Science, Fine Arts, French, and Music.