Our curriculum has been mapped to ensure that all children can make progress through small steps of learning. This curriculum ensures that children are able to know more and remember more by clearly planning out the sequence in which learning takes place and through planned opportunities to revisit prior learning.
Skills are clearly sequenced to allow children to make progress in knowledge, skills and understanding during their journey through and across year groups. This enables children to fulfil the aim of knowing more, remembering more and being able to do more at the end of each phase of learning.
National Curriculum statutory requirements are fulfilled but in addition to this our Broadheath curriculum offers a wealth of experiences and opportunities that are broad, balanced and fit for purpose for our children, so that they can understand, appreciate and succeed in the future.
Parents, carers or other members of the public can find out more about the curriculum our school is following by contacting the office, class teachers or members of the senior leadership team.
Class Curriculum Overviews
Progression of Skills and Knowledge
Please click the links below to see the progression of skills and knowledge for each subject.
Our curriculum is supported by the use of Topic Organisers which are used as the basis for planning a sequence of lessons. These are designed to enable children to revisit and remember key names, dates, facts and events and relate these to each other to build a powerful schema of learning.
Please click on the links below to see examples of the Topic Organisers.
The following subjects are supported by schemes of learning which are matched to our school’s skills progression to ensure the children experience meaningful sequences of learning across lessons and year groups. These schemes of learning allow access to high quality resources and learning experiences in each year group.
Computing – Teach Computing
French – Kapow
Music – Charanga and Severn Arts Music