Wortham Primary School


Curriculum Statement


The curriculum and the effective implementation of that curriculum is at the heart of Wortham Primary School. All children, whatever their ability, need or starting point are entitled to a broad and balanced curriculum rich in knowledge and experience. The pupils at Wortham Primary school are supported to achieve their full potential and beyond through the provision of a cohesive and carefully planned curriculum, rich in substantive knowledge. We have used the aims and objectives in the National Curriculum as our minimum standard and have added to these in our own curriculum design.

As a team, we are incredibly proud as we feel our children arrive at our school with a real curiosity and zest for learning. Our curriculum is designed to inspire enthusiasm for learning, to ensure achievement and to nurture pupil health and well-being. We aim to develop independent, creative and inquisitive learners who gain the confidence, resilience and skills needed to be learners for life and responsible citizens for the future.

Our inclusive curriculum focuses on progressive subject specific knowledge, skills and understanding. It promotes high aspirations by engaging pupils in rich and memorable learning challenges that take pupils beyond the classroom.

Our design is reviewed regularly, changes can be made as we like to capitalise on the children's interests as well as significant local and national events, projects and initiatives as or when they arise.

We place great emphasis on a happy and nurturing learning environment. Our lessons are challenging, engaging and inspiring. High expectations are expected from everyone in our school community and we live and breathe this through our school motto, “Together We Achieve.”

“Learning is so much fun at Wortham it is in disguise!”
 Year 6 Pupil

Annual Curriculum Overview

Curriculum Statement of Intent

Curriculum Golden Threads