An outstanding primary curriculum for community schools

Community schools all over the world are enjoying amazing results when they teach our innovative global curriculum.

Lesson your teacher workload, save precious time and experience transformative outcomes for your pupils when you join them!  

A curriculum to teach, not deliver

We work with community schools globally to plan, map and implement our progressive, outward-facing curriculum to their pupils. We’ll work together you to customise your curriculum, so it’s designed around your school. 

Your teachers won’t just deliver our curriculum (after all, you’re a school – not a post office!).

Rather, they’ll teach the curriculum in a manner that helps your pupils grow into rounded, confident and passionate young adults who love learning.

Let’s schedule a Bespoke Discovery Session so we can show you how Dimensions’ global curriculum can help your school shine!

Did you know…

Dimensions Curriculum resources are used by… 125,000+ pupils in 1,000+ schools across 29 countries globally!

Why use Dimensions’ curriculum?

Here are four reasons to use our curriculum in your community school.

Happy, confident teachers

Let us handle the curriculum design to us and allow your teachers to save time and focus on what they do best: teaching!

Your teachers will experience balance and breadth, a boost in morale, lightened workloads and true confidence in their work. 

Transforming outcomes

Using our curriculum in your community school will have an exceptional effect on your pupils’ outcomes, leading to better engagement, more enjoyment, improve attendance, behaviour and results. 

Stay covered

You’ll enjoy full National Curriculum coverage and be able to show strong progression across all subject areas. 


With a clear focus on curriculum in the new Ofsted framework, using Dimensions ‘Learning Means the World’ keeps your community school prepared for an inspection.

“Dimensions provides a broad curriculum, emphasising the importance of literacy and numeracy and designed to develop lifelong knowledge, skills and attitudes that allow our children to become responsible citizens, independent explorers, creative thinkers, problem solvers, team players and reflective learners. It is everything that a child’s education should be!” Helen Schofield, Copthill School

Primary curriculum design

“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

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