Welcome to our curriculum home page.
For information regarding our interim curriculum for remote education in the Spring term, please scroll down.
For information about subjects at Widden, click on the stars below.
If you would like to discuss our curriculum then please contact
Kurt Doyle (Deputy Head teacher) by phoning the school office
(01452 520 571) or via email at email@example.com
Please note that our curriculum is currently under review and is being redesigned to relaunch in September 2021. Further information will appear on this page in the near future.
Widden Primary School Curriculum Intent Statement
Our Curriculum goes beyond the classroom; our curriculum is a representation of us and everything that we do. Our school ethos is underpinned by our vision of developing the whole child. At Widden Primary School we are developing a knowledge and language-rich curriculum which is engaging and exciting, and which draws on our unique and diverse community. Our curriculum is based on the Cornerstones Curriculum.
Our curriculum is aspirational and deep-rooted in our belief that every child should be able to access high-quality learning and support which results in positive pupil achievement. Social mobility and community cohesion underpin our whole school ethos: every child is entitled to an education which enables them to live a fulfilled future. Our programme of study is based on the key knowledge and concepts outlined in the National Curriculum. This knowledge is taught through stimulating and engaging projects which weave knowledge, facts and concepts into real-world contexts.
Our community is at the heart of what we do and the richness of our vibrant diversity enables us to delve into a wide range of cultural, historical and immersive projects in a personalised and relevant manner. This allows learning at Widden to be carefully designed to facilitate sequential, purposeful progression and to inspire a life-long love of learning.
At Widden, we are proud to be unique and proud to be a part of our British society.
Interim Curriculum for Remote Learning
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic and the requirement for most children to access children through remote learning, we have altered our school curriculum for the Spring term. This interim curriculum is focused on key knowledge and concepts which can successfully be learned and developed through remote education.
To explore our interim curriculum please click on the document below.