Welcome to North Wheatley Church of England Primary School!

North Wheatley Church of England Primary

Believe | Achieve | Thrive


Our curriculum


Our Curriculum is built around high-quality texts and first-hand experiences that inspire awe, wonder, and curiosity; to challenge children's thinking to develop the thinkers and doers of the future. It prepares our children for an ever-changing world, giving them the necessary skills to contribute fully and enthusiastically to society and lead happy healthy lives.


At North Wheatley C of E Primary School, the curriculum is underpinned by our Christian values of Community, Courage, Wisdom, Hope, Faith and Respect. 


Each term, our learning begins by exploring the bible scripture that is linked to each of our core values and school context. This scripture is the starting point for each term's concept. 

Curriculum Design


In 2018/19 we reviewed the school’s curriculum to ensure that it inspired pupils to want to learn, encouraged pupils to think deeply and to make connections across their learning and also be underpinned by our Christian Values. A concept curriculum based around each of the school's Christian Values.  Knowledge organisers help pupils to acquire and memorise key knowledge linked to each concept.


The school’s focus for further improvement is now to ensure that knowledge is built sequentially in all the Primary Foundation subjects enabling pupils to make secure connections across different subject areas and ensuring that knowledge is firmly embedded. Our knowledgeable and experienced subject leaders have worked collaboratively to develop 'Curriculum Connections' books that support pupils learning Journey in the Foundation subjects. 

Visit our 'Reading Curriculum' page to find out more about how we teach a love of reading at North Wheatley C of E Primary. 



Our curriculum provides children with the opportunity to:

•Learn to value others, their views, cultures and beliefs
•Celebrate the uniqueness of everyone, treating everyone with care and respect
•Develop a range of skills to support life-long learning
•Communicate and interact effectively with others
•Listen and empathise
•Make a positive contribution to the school, local and wider community
•Enjoy the challenge of learning in a variety of ways, making full use of the indoor and outdoor environment and the wider locality
•Become reflective learners who have a sense of responsibility for their own learning and development
•Learn independently, with and from others
•Become active learners who are resilient and adaptable
•Know the importance of achieving your best with the motto ‘Be the best me that I can be…'


Pupils, staff and families celebrate the learning that has taken place each term through our termly concept learning exhibitions.  Through strong partnerships with home, pupils are supported to thrive as motivated learners.


To find out more about our curriculum, you can explore the class pages on the website or come and visit us to find out more first hand!