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Curriculum Overview

Bradwell CE Infant School – Curriculum Policy


We follow the National Curriculum and place a high emphasis on the teaching of the National Curriculum core subjects, English, Mathematics and Science. Alongside these we develop skills, understanding and knowledge in the following National Curriculum subjects: Design and Technology, History, Geography, Art and Design, Music, Physical Education, Computing, PSHE (Personal, Social & Health Education) and Religious Education. Much of the work is based on whole-school topics which are carefully planned to meet our children’s needs and the legal requirements of the National Curriculum.

By making full use of local resources, we provide a balanced, relevant and broad curriculum. 

The school aims to

  • Meet the needs of all children in all areas of their development
  • Create and maintain an exciting and stimulating learning environment
  • Ensure that each child's education has continuity and progression
  • Ensure that there is a match between the child and the tasks s/he is asked to perform
  • Ensure that all children experience success and celebrate it
  • Provide a broad and balanced curriculum
  • Recognise the crucial role which parents play in their children's education and make every effort to encourage parental involvement in the educational process
  • Treat children in a dignified way

We encourage children to

  • Be happy, cheerful and increasingly independent
  • Be enthusiastic and eager to put their best into all activities
  • Learn and be adaptable in their learning style
  • Solve problems in a variety of situations using the best strategies
  • Work independently and as members of a team
  • Develop the ability to make reasoned judgements and choices

We teach children to 

  • Follow a set of moral values, such as honesty, sincerity, and taking personal responsibility
  • Behave in a dignified and acceptable way and be responsible for their actions
  • Care for and take pride in their school
  • Develop tolerance and respect for the feelings and capabilities of others in an unbiased way
  • Develop non-sexist and non-racist attitudes
  • Be safe and happy and tell someone if they are not happy 


To view the expectations of the National Curriculum for Key Stage One, follow this link: