Curriculum

Outcomes Focused, Child Centred
Northern Education Trust

Curriculum

Outcomes Focused, Child Centred
Northern Education Trust

Curriculum

The Curriculum for all children at Badger Hill is broad and balanced and aims to:

  • Promote the spiritual, moral, cultural, intellectual and physical development of children
  • Prepare the children for the opportunities, responsibilities and experiences of adult life
  • Implement the National Curriculum; Maths, English, Computing, Science, History, Geography, DT, Music, Art, MFL and PE
  • Reinforce the teaching of RE through the LA agreed syllabus
  • Implement a Health Education programme including drugs education and sex education

The curriculum has been carefully planned by staff to provide for breadth and balance between the varying demands of the National Curriculum subjects. Our distinctively creative curriculum aims to immerse pupils in the development of skills that will equip them for life in an ever changing world.

The staff plan lessons and activities in the long, medium and short terms to ensure challenge, progression and continuity in children’s learning. In order to track and monitor progress to inform future planning, children are subject to regular ongoing assessment and target setting.

Written reports are published and levels of attainment reported at the end of the summer term for all children from Year 1 to Year 6.

Parents and other members of the public can find out more information about the curriculum our Academy is following by emailing us [email protected].

Phonics & Reading Schemes KS1

At Badger Hill Academy we don’t just follow one scheme, we use a variety as we believe that they all offer something different and each pupil is individual therefore we tailor it to their needs. Here are a few examples:

  • Read,Write Inc Programme
  • Oxford Reading Tree
  • Ginn
  • Project X
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Badger Hill Primary Academy is a member of the Northern Education Trust.
We constantly focus on standards as we understand outcomes are paramount. Our decision making is driven entirely by what is best for children. By doing this we enhance the life chances of the children and young people in our care.