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Primary Curriculum

Key contact: Miss Bhatti Primary Lead Jbhatti@eat.uk.com


Our curriculum is designed to be creative, inspiring and memorable to provide our children with opportunities where doors are opened to them for the future with the hope that they will learn to find a love of school. Due to the difficulties that many of our students face, we include enrichment opportunities throughout the year to ensure that our children have positive life experiences alongside the curriculum.

Encompassed within our vision, is the need for pupils to be exposed to a range of topics and experiences that broadens their understanding and equips them with the skills our children need to be successful, confident, life-long learners who reach their full potential. Due to the context of our school, we endeavour to enable all our pupils to acquire the knowledge, skills and attitudes needed to enable them to thrive.

Our curriculum is literacy and language rich as this is a must for our school if we are to open doors for the children’s futures. We, therefore, place a high focus on developing the children’s vocabulary and spoken skills and use quality texts to do this. Reading is at the heart of our school and central to the children’s learning.

We believe access to a broad and balanced curriculum is the right of all pupils. Our curriculum is a designed to be ‘creative’ and our curriculum overview ensures that the children acquire knowledge in all areas of the curriculum. We provide thematic learning  approach and, alongside this, we build in enriching and enlivening topic weeks which immerse the children in a variety of themes that are led by them.

We try to encourage an inquisitive mind through the teaching of science and regularly plan STEM through our core values, we foster a nurturing environment where the emotional, physical, academic, social, moral, spiritual and cultural development of each child is considered.

Our holistic curriculum is designed to challenge, engage, and motivate pupils whilst supporting their social, emotional and mental health needs. Our goal is that our learners progress academically and become successful, confident individuals, who make a positive contribution to the community and society – both now and in the future.

The importance of British Values are taught discreetly and are continually promoted throughout the wider curriculum to ensure our children are ready for life in Modern Britain and beyond.


At Elements Academy , we have three different routes that primary age  pupils follow to ensure that all needs of the pupil are met.

Curriculum Documents

Get in Touch

Head Teacher Victoria Woodrow

Elements Academy

Doe Quarry Lane, Dinnington, S25 2NF

Telephone01909 212231


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