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Creative curriculum approaches: primary
See examples of how primary schools have developed a creative curriculum, and find out how schools have contextualised their creative curriculum to meet their pupils' needs.
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Callington Primary School, an academy in Cornwall, has a creative curriculum. It introduces a new theme for each term to shape the curriculum, such as:
- Passport to Europe
- Global explorers
- Me, myself and I
See the topics that each year group will cover.
It’s based on 4 cornerstones of learning:
Please note that the inclusion of this example of how a school has used Cornerstones doesn’t constitute an endorsement from The Key.
How schools have contextualised their creative curriculum
Focusing on mathematics: delivering mathematics as a cross-curricular experience across other subjects Focusing on alternative curriculum days: condensing the delivery of curriculum content to free up time for alternative learning experiences (such as gardening) Focusing on a
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