Our Curriculum

Our Curriculum

Our curriculum is fully inclusive and meets the needs of all learners, starting from building strong foundations in our EYFS, supporting and challenging them on their journey to being secondary ready, and ultimately ensuring that they are equipped with the cultural capital, skills and knowledge they need to succeed in the future.

The curriculum at Biggin Hill Primary School has been designed to give a distinct individual identity and ethos which reflects our shared values and vision. Our school context is a key driver when planning and implementing the curriculum. We aim to equip our pupils with independence and the skills necessary to succeed in life.

To enable all pupils to achieve the curriculum is designed in accordance three underlying principles;

  • Depth – To enable pupils to achieve depth in their learning by providing them with opportunities to master and build on key skills throughout their primary years
  • Breadth – Provide breadth through offering experiences that are  current, tangible and meaningful to our pupils in order to enrich their learning
  • Balance  – The shaping of our curriculum provides balance and encourages pupils to achieve academically, physically and emotionally

The curriculum also allows pupils to work collaboratively, build resilience and ultimately become good citizens. Spiritual, Moral, Social, Cultural (SMSC) and British values weave throughout our curriculum.


Our curriculum intent is to ensure that pupils will:

  • Become independent learners
  • Feel valued and respected
  • Be inspired to hold high aspirations for the future
  • Have an understanding of how to make healthy choices.


The curriculum is implemented by teachers having expert skills and knowledge and supporting pupils with building concepts into their long term memory with transferable skills. It is relevant to the needs of the pupils and encourages partnerships with all stakeholders. Subject leaders are well-equipped to lead individual subjects and have a clear vision of what they want their subject to highlight.


The impact of the curriculum is measured through regular book scrutinies, subject specific learning walks, teacher and pupil discussions and data analysis. The school leadership team and governors relentlessly drive the curriculum forward and monitor it vigorously.

Collaborative Working

Becoming a multi academy trust has enabled us to work collaboratively and share best practice with other schools in the trust. We are constantly reviewing our working practices, developing research projects and consulting local and national guidelines in order to ensure that our curriculum is fit for purpose and provides our pupils with quality first education.