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  • Creative curriculum approaches: primary Are there examples of different approaches to a creative curriculum? In this article, we look at examples of creative curriculum approaches from three primary schools. We also include research on designing creative curriculums and some case studies.
  • Curriculum requirements: maintained primary schools If you're reviewing or updating your curriculum, find out what you need to cover to stay compliant with requirements and meet DfE expectations.
  • Curriculum requirements: primary academies If you're reviewing or updating your curriculum, find out what you need to cover to stay compliant with requirements and meet DfE expectations.
  • Curriculum statements (primary) Are there any curriculum statements from primary schools? In this article, we include a curriculum statement written by one of our association education experts, which schools can adapt for their own websites. We also link to examples of curriculum statements from primary schools.
  • Evaluating the primary school classroom: checklists and research Is there a checklist to evaluate a primary classroom? We worked with our associate education experts to create a checklist, which is attached as a downloadable KeyDoc. We also include examples of school checklists and research on effective classroom environments.
  • Integrated curriculum planning (primary) Are there any examples of cross-curricular planning for primary schools? We outline guidance on how to approach planning cross-curricular provision. We also include examples of schools using this approach, and link to websites that host planning resources.
  • Lesson planning templates (primary) Are there examples of lesson planning templates for primary schools? In this article, we include three KeyDoc lesson planning templates, created with one of our experts, which you can download. We also link to lesson planning templates hosted by TES.
  • Mixed-age classes: delivering the primary curriculum How can we deliver the primary curriculum to mixed-age classes? We relay advice from our associate education experts on how schools could deliver the curriculum to mixed-age classes. We also look at year plans for mixed-age provision from primary schools.
  • Primary curriculum maps: examples Curriculum maps tell people what’s being taught in your school and when. Look at examples of whole-school and year group specific maps from a range of primary schools.
  • Reading audits (primary) Are there examples of whole-school reading audits? We look at examples of audits that can be used to audit school-wide reading provision, as well as further guidance on promoting reading.
  • Subject leadership: checklist for the new academic year (primary) Use our downloadable checklist of tasks to help get your subject in line for the new academic year.
  • Working walls (primary) What are the features of effective working walls? We refer to guidance on the purpose and features of working walls. We also relay advice from one of our associate experts on the impact of working walls on pupils, and link to examples from primary schools.