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Curriculum

At Primrose Hill we follow the National Curriculum.

More information about the National Curriculum can be found here.

At Primrose Hill, we have designed, organised and planned an engaging curriculum that ties into the uniqueness of our local area's heritage and its vibrant resources.

We have personalised our curriculum to ensure that our children are covering essential content whilst achieving a depth and breadth to their learning. This enables and empowers them to use and apply their skills and understanding in all areas of the curriculum, building in opportunities for repetition and practise.

By creatively fashioning a widening and deepening Curriculum we are able to focus on the necessary knowledge, skills, reasoning and learning behaviours required to prepare all of our pupils for the next step of their education.

Along with high quality teaching from our school staff, this allows the children to develop the knowledge, skills and understanding that the government requires schools to teach in each year group.

Use the tabs above to read about what we teach in each of the subject areas and see an overview of the learning in each year group.

On the right are some links to documents (kindly used with permission from Rising Stars and Twinkl) which we think you will find useful.

  • 'Preparing your child for school - A parents guide' - A useful guide for parents of children who are just starting out in Nursery or Reception.
  • The new national curriculum in English Primary Schools - A guide for parents - A detailed guide all about the new National Curriculum and what is covered in each of the different subjects (produced by Rising Stars)
  • 'Parent Guidance for Spelling in ...' - Parent guides for spelling for Years 1-6.
  • 'Help your child with spelling' - lots of great ideas for how to help your child improve their spelling.
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