Curriculum Information

At Hunningley Primary School we see it as our moral imperative for all children, regardless of background, to achieve their very best. Our aim is to provide an excellent education for all our students; an education which brings out the best in all of them and prepares them for success in life. Our curriculum is designed to provide children with the core knowledge they need for success in education and later life, to maximise their cognitive development, to develop the whole person and the talents of the individual and to allow all children to become active and economically self-sufficient citizens. 

Our curriculum has been conscientiously designed in a way which promotes diversity across all year groups and throughout the curriculum. Science has been planned to consider ethnic minority representation through the study of various scientists and explore disabilities and infertility in biology. Our humanities topics allow opportunities for children to explore multi-cultural communities throughout different periods of time. 

The curriculum at Hunningley Primary School aims to prepare children in understanding the world around them and prepare them for the next stage of their education. We want our pupils to be well-rounded members of society with strong morals, emotional intelligence and integrity. The four key drivers for our curriculum are: 

Entitlement - Our curriculum has the breadth of the national curriculum as a basic entitlement for all pupils. However, it goes beyond this to ensure a depth of knowledge and understanding. 

Vocabulary and Cultural Literacy - the curriculum has a core focus on vocabulary development within and across subjects. Our curriculum gives pupils access to the ‘best that has been thought and said’. 

Subject-Based Learning - The curriculum incorporates the rigour of subject substantive knowledge. Therefore, it is based on individual subject learning. Links across subjects are made where appropriate but the curriculum is planned so that it doesn’t sacrifice subject identity and progression for cross-curricular links.  

Subject Content - The overall content of individual subjects is structured as a narrative over time. Individual lessons build into coherent units of work which in turn contribute to the overall content arc.  

Please click here to view the full National Curriculum 

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