Learning Means the World Primary Curriculum
Our visionary ‘Learning Means the World’ Primary Curriculum is progressive, highly relevant and ensures full National Curriculum coverage.
Helping Children Flourish
‘Learning Means the World’ equips pupils to build knowledge, skills, attitudes and values, whilst enabling you to confidently ensure progression, cohesion and depth throughout your primary curriculum.
Relevant World Issues
With thoroughly planned and resourced cross-curricular theme units, ‘Learning Means the World’ threads important world issues like conservation, conflict, culture and communication into the heart of learning.
A Fresh Approach
Bringing a fresh outlook to curriculum innovation, it can be personalised for individual schools, whilst providing full National Curriculum coverage.
A True Primary Curriculum
Do you want more content overload? Do you want a scaled-down secondary curriculum model? If so, ‘Learning Means the World’ is not for you! Described as a “true primary curriculum”, it champions the wellbeing and developmental needs of young learners.
Designed in a way that is age-appropriate and meticulously planned to ignite a love of learning!
An Inclusive Curriculum
Does everyone in your school learn well? Do all pupils develop a love of learning? With a sharp focus on accessibility, the ‘Learning Means the World’ Curriculum areas of communication, culture, conflict and conservation enable all children to flourish as individuals within an inclusive, supportive approach.
Suitable for all ages (FS1 – Year 6) and abilities, including challenge for more able pupils and accessibility for children with SEND.
An Active Curriculum
Do you want a dead, boring programme that is worksheet and PowerPoint-led? Do your pupils have ‘hands-on’, immersive experiences?
The ‘Learning Means the World’ Curriculum brings learning to life and is recognised as a powerful tool to encourage children to become pro-active global citizens. They become agents of change, rather than simply passive learners.
Changing hearts and minds, so that pupils become active, motivated stakeholders in their own learning.
A Relevant Curriculum
Is your curriculum suitable for the next generation growing up in our diverse, global 21st century society? Does it deal with issues that are meaningful, relevant and applicable to our world today?
A curriculum should be ‘fit for purpose’ and that includes broadening horizons and aspirations, enabling young learners to grow in confidence, creativity, curiosity and courage.
Learning about things that really matter, at the right age and stage.
A Knowledge-Rich Curriculum
Do you think the curriculum should be more than just a disjointed single-subject model?
Then look no further! ‘Learning Means the World’ has absolute clarity around subjects, their progression and the associated disciplinary and substantive knowledge involved but goes one step further! It allows for inter-subject connection, leading to deeper understanding and a richer learning experience.
Pupils are encouraged to think more deeply about subject knowledge and its application.
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I feel very happy that Dimensions was recommended to me and that we have taken it on board. This is going to be a very exciting time for school and staff, as a team, which is fabulous. Above all, I think our children are going to love their learning and be challenged and inspired by the world they belong to.Headteacher, Norfolk
The ‘Learning Means the World’ Curriculum has had a very positive impact on the school. Teaching staff don’t have to worry about progression as it is already included. It has really helped to improve teacher wellbeing!Head Teacher, School for Inspiring Talents
What schools are saying about the ‘Learning Means the World’ Curriculum…
Evidence and Impact
Read all about our customers’ experiences of using Dimensions Curriculum and the impact it has had in their schools.