Curzon Curriculum Aims

The curriculum is at the centre of your child’s time at Curzon. As a C of E school, we aim to embody Christian values in all that we do and those of respect, courage and kindness define our ethos.  Our vision is of the mustard seed growing into a tree to protect others. We aim to teach our children to be the best they can be, to think of others and how to make the world a better place.

We aim that once our children have left school, they will continue to grow academically and socially, live out our Curzon values and ultimately aspire to make positive contributions to society. 

RESPECT: respect the views of others; treat people with good manners; have self-respect

COURAGE: the self-confidence to try new challenges; perseverance and resilience; the courage to stand up for what is morally right

KINDNESS: showing empathy and compassion towards others; going the extra mile to help others

This is what Ofsted said about our curriculum:
“You make sure that the curriculum is rich and stimulating and provides pupils with experiences that prepare them very well for the next stage of their education. Inside and outdoors, the school is bright and attractive. Pupils have plenty of opportunities to learn and develop academically as well as personally.”

All information about the curriculum taught at Curzon School can be found in the Curriculum Statement and Curriculum Map September 2021

Please click here for a snapshot of each subject taught at Curzon

Aims and long term plans for each subject can be found here:

Computing overview and intent

English overview and intent

French overview and intent

History and Geography overview and intent

Maths overview and intent

Music overview and intent

PSHE overview and intent

RE overview and intent

Science overview and intent

We love singing at Curzon, so much so, that we have made our own Curzon CD. Our singing is fostered and led by Martin Robson, an international opera singer.

Further information on the national curriculum can be found here: https://www.gov.uk/government/collections/national-curriculum

Statutory Key Stage 2 spelling lists can be found by clicking here