The foundation of our whole school curriculum is the National Curriculum which we use to ensure that all children have a firm foundation to achieve academic excellence in all subjects by the time they move to high school. This will include mastery of key knowledge, skills and understanding through opportunities for deliberate practise and application and planning for coherent, sequential progression of those abilities through year groups and phases.
Through the wider, ambitious curriculum, we will ensure that children encounter a range of experiences that promote other skills such as perseverance, creativity, independence, resilience, teamwork, tolerance, respect and self-belief.
The curriculum at Kennington Primary is planned to take into account the needs of all learners academically, socially and culturally and to ensure that curriculum delivery is equitable for all groups of pupils and meets the particular needs of the children within its specific community.
The links below give a long term view of the thematic approach to the National Curriculum that we have adopted, a more detailed overview of what is taught in each subject and an overview of how your child should progress through school in Reading, Writing and Mathematics.