At Oakhill, we deliver the National Curriculum through our ALUMNO curriculum which is underpinned by our six school values - ambition, confidence, empathy, independence, resilience and respect. Ofsted descrived our curriculum as 'Well structured and well sequenced" and praised the high quality teaching across the school - Ofsted October 2023.
At Oakhill, we intend to provide children with a broad and balanced curriculum which has been ambitiously designed to suit the needs of our children. We intend to raise aspirations and to promote independence, resilience and confidence. We do this by exposing children to a wide variety of experiences in order for them to develop the knowledge and skills necessary for the next phase of their education. Most importantly we develop inquisitiveness and a love of learning!
Through the implementation of our curriculum, we intend for our learners:
We intend for our learners to develop a love of learning; to become learners for life by equipping them with the knowledge, skills and understanding necessary for the next phase of their education, instilling in them a desire to learn.
We believe that children learn best when they are intrigued and interested: challenged and stimulated. We intend to do this by providing opportunities across the curriculum to read, to be creative, to explore, to investigate, to question and to discuss. Pedagogical approaches are chosen carefully to ensure the best approach to enabling all children to achieve the intended lesson outcome.
Should you require further information on the curriculum at Oakhill then please contact the school office and ask to speak to Mrs Hawthorne, or alternatively complete the contact form at the bottom of the page.
Scroll down and click on the links below for more information about each subject.
For information on our Accessibility Plans please follow this link: https://www.oakhillprimaryschool.co.uk/equality-and-diversity/
Use this form to contact Mrs Hawthorne about the curriculum.