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Overview by Year Group

Heathmere’s curriculum vision is for children’s learning to be purposeful, empowering them to be ambitious for their future.

Our curriculum is carefully planned to make links between subjects and prior learning, while following the National Curriculum. Each of our topics are designed to be interesting and engaging for all – as well as teaching children the key subject knowledge and learning skills they need for a successful future. An outline of the topics we currently study across the school can be found below.

Topic OverviewSpecialist Teachers are used to deliver Art, Dance, Gymnastics, Music, Swimming and Tennis lessons - this enhances our curriculum further, ensuring all subjects are taught in a purposeful way. An outline each year group's current curriculum can be found below (we are in the process of updating our curriculum in each year group; any 'blank spaces' on the below document can be discussed with your child's Class Teacher). If you would like further information on the curriculum we follow, please speak to your child's Class Teacher or contact the school office to speak to our Curriculum Lead.

Nursery Curriculum Plan 

Reception Curriculum Plan

Year 1 Curriculum Plan

Year 2 Curriculum Plan

Year 3 Curriculum Plan

Year 4 Curriculum Plan

Year 5 Curriculum Plan

Year 6 Curriculum Plan

Religious Education

The locally agreed syllabus is used to deliver Religious Education at Heathmere.

Relationships Education

The Heathmere Relationships Education Policy has been written using Wandsworth guidance and is taught across all year groups using this framework.

An Inclusive Curriculum

Heathmere is an inclusive school and all aspects of the curriculum are made accessible to every child, regardless of any special need or disability. Reasonable adjustments will be made to ensure all children feel included in all aspects of the curriculum.

Enrichment opportunities 

Our children also take part in lots of exciting and purposeful workshops and external school trips. In Year 5 and Year 6, children take part in residential visits to Juniper Hall and Kingswood.