An outstanding primary curriculum for free schools
Free schools like yours are already seeing amazing results when they teach our innovative, outward-facing global curriculum. So, let’s reduce your teachers’ workload and transform your pupils’ outcomes when you implement it in your school.
Teaching, instead of delivering
Working with free schools all over the world, we join forces to map and embed a progressive, 21st-century curriculum for their pupils. We work with you to create a bespoke curriculum model that’s customised to your school.
Your teachers don’t just deliver our curriculum. After all, you’re a school – not a post office! Rather, they teach it in a way that inspires your pupils to become rounded, confident and informed young people with a passion to learn.
Let’s book in your bespoke discovery session so we can show you our Dimensions’ global curriculum can help your school thrive!
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 choose our curriculum for your free school.
Confident, supported teachers
Leave the curriculum design to us. Then, your teachers have more time and more manageable workloads. Consequently, they’re free to focus on their forte: teaching!
Not only will your teachers experience breadth and balance, but they’ll also enjoy higher morale, support and confidence in their work.
Implementing our curriculum at your free school will change outcomes for your pupils.
They’ll be more engaged, have more fun, show improved attendance, behave better and achieve higher results.
Dimensions’ curriculum offers full National Curriculum coverage and helps you show strong progression across all subjects.
Prepared for Ofsted
With a clear focus on curriculum in Ofsted’s new framework, using Dimensions ‘Learning Means the World’ Curriculum will mean your free school is prepared and confident ahead of 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
“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