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Hatchlands Primary School


Our Curriculum Intent

Learning today, to make a difference tomorrow


Our intent and ambition for our curriculum is to meet and exceed the requirements of the national curriculum and enable increasing proportions of learners to progress well in all year groups across all subjects and attain or surpass age related expectations in reading, writing and maths by the end of KS2.

Learners will receive a broad and balanced experience that progressively builds and deepens knowledge, understanding and skills across the curriculum. The importance of reading, writing and maths is recognised in all areas of learning. We aspire for every child to be confident, resilient and self-motivated to enable them to become globally responsible citizens of the world with skills for learning and life.

We know that through developing and embedding positive learning dispositions; thinking skills, effective communication and self management of personal and social competences, children flourish. 

Our school values are at the core of all of our interactions and underpin every aspect of the curriculum; from teaching and learning, the way our children behave to the conversations they have.


Our values are:

  1. Compassion
  2. Courage
  3. Responsibility
  4. Respect


The Hatchlands Promise: We care. 


Wellbeing - we look after our bodies and minds

Environment - we are passionate about taking care of our planet 

Challenge - we constantly  strive to improve

Ambassadorship - we lead by example 

Relationships - we work in close partnership with our friends, families and neighbours

Equality - we celebrate and promote diversity and inclusion 



At Hatchlands Primary School, children are at the heart of everything we do. It is our job as educators to help shape the learning experiences that excite them and give them the motivation to challenge themselves in their learning.


Hatchlands is an inclusive school and as such our approach to our curriculum complies with our duty to fulfil The Equality Act 2010 and The Special Educational Needs and Disability Regulations 2014 to ensure that our curriculum is accessible for those with disabilities and special educational needs.

Everychild Partnership Trust Curriculum Principles

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