Our Curriculum 

We are uncompromising in our vision for excellence and enjoyment for all pupils in all areas of the curriculum across school, to ensure that our students have the knowledge, skills, understanding, attitudes and values to lead successful lives both now and in the future.

 At Blakehill Primary School, our curriculum is based on the 2014 National Curriculum for Key Stages 1 & 2 and the 2012 Early Years Framework for Reception.


Our Curriculum is not static and continues to evolve to reflect the needs and interests of our learners. We believe that in reviewing our curriculum, we are able to tailor learning experiences to ensure that they are meaningful, relevant and purposeful for Blakehill children. 


We are incredibly proud of our rigorous, well-planned curriculum, which, when combined with high quality teaching, ensures that pupils at Blakehill Primary School are supported in becoming well-rounded, empathetic young people who continue to thrive and have a genuine thirst for learning. Our pupils develop a strong sense of moral purpose in addition to a respect for and understanding of themselves and other people and their cultures.

As leaders, we understand that fundamental to securing excellent teaching and learning is to achieve consistency amongst our teaching staff.  We use a series of non-negotiables; aspects of teaching and learning that have been identified as essential to raising performance and achievement and include: classroom climate, professional characteristics. 


 100% of our parents at Blakehill agree with the statement:

‘The pupils at Blakehill receive a broad curriculum and have many opportunities to engage in enrichment opportunities’. ( 2019) 

Please take a look at our individual class pages, our curriculum area and subject specific links on our website for further evidence of this.



Long Term Plans 
Please look at the following documents in order to see our long term plans across the school and for each subject area. 
Should parents wish to obtain any further information relating to the curriculum, please click on the link below which will take you to the government's National Curriculum website: