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The School Curriculum

We follow a creative, holistic curriculum called the, ‘Learning Journey’.This is led by pupil interest and the questions they ask about the world around them. Enterprise is central to everything we do...

Our Kellington 11 – skills for lifelong learning – lie at the heart of the ‘Learning Journey’ curriculum. We aim to provide our young people with a love of learning, embracing their natural curiosity and promoting independence and resilience. We want them to leave our school as successful and productive future citizens of the 21st century, aware of the endless life choices available and equipped to fulfil their personal goals. School experiences will be generated through individual, group and whole class approaches to teaching.

Every Kellington pupil has an entitlement to...

  • Visit a theatre
  • Travel on public transport
  • Experience an animal first-hand
  • Explore my community
  • Visit a city
  • Build a den
  • Experience another culture
  • Make and fly a kite
  • Learn to play an instrument
  • Go outside in all weathers

...before they move on to the next step of their Learning Journey to high school.

 

We follow the National Curriculum (2014). English, Maths and Science are the core subjects. The National Curriculum sets out in some detail what must be taught in each of these subjects, and they will take up a substantial part of your child’s learning week. Alongside these are the familiar foundation subjects: Art,
Computing, Design & Technology, Foreign Languages (age 7+ only), Geography, History, Music, and Physical
Education.

We have high expectations in all subjects. To make learning exciting and relevant for all pupils we have taken the content of the National Curriculum and created our own ‘Learning Journey’ curriculum. This
is led by children’s interest and questions – it is tailored to extend our children’s experiences and encourage
to aim high and to follow their dreams. Many subjects are linked together rather than being taught in isolation
– we find this makes learning more meaningful and also ensures the high standards we expect in Literacy, for example, are present throughout all learning.

If your child is a high achiever, rather than moving on to the following year group’s work we encourage more in
- depth and investigative work to allow a greater mastery and understanding of concepts and ideas.

 

Curriculum Overview

KS1
KS2
Maths Yearly Coverage

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