Our Curriculum

The curriculum (learning experiences) we provide for the children at Holywell Primary School from the Early Years Foundation Stage to Year 6 is underpinned by the following eight principles:

Our principles:

  1. To provide a curriculum that: provides children with the opportunity to explore and understand the local, national and international contexts that affect their lives and contribute to the community in which they live.
  2. To provide a relevant curriculum which: reflects the children's interests, provides opportunities for choice and empowers the learner.
  3. To provide a curriculum which is processed based: creating opportunities for children to explore, investigate, create, reflect, review, adapt and develop their ideas to enable them to become life long learners.
  4. To provide a curriculum that: enables children to make connections, explore relationships, identify patterns, to develop and apply their skills and to acquire relevant knowledge.
  5. To provide a curriculum that recognises and develops self- belief, self-confidence and self-esteem enabling children to understand themselves and their role in society.
  6. To provide a challenging curriculum that: inspires all, stimulates curiosity and imagination, reflects the richness of cultural diversity and provides learners with memorable experiences.
  7.  To provide a curriculum that recognises and develops self- belief, self-confidence and self-esteem enabling children to understand themselves and their role in society.
  8. To provide a challenging curriculum that: inspires all, stimulates curiosity and imagination, reflects the richness of cultural diversity and provides learners with memorable experiences.