An outstanding primary curriculum for independent schools
Independent schools like yours are seeing amazing results from our ground-breaking global curriculum. So, let’s save time for your teachers and transform your pupils’ learning experience today.
Helping you teach, not deliver
Currently, we’re working with independent schools around the world to help them map and teach an innovative curriculum to their pupils. Therefore, not only do we have the resources, but we also have the experience to tailor your curriculum so it’s perfectly suited to your school.
You won’t simply deliver our curriculum. After all, you’re a school – not a post office!.
Instead, you’ll teach it in a way that helps your pupils develop into well-rounded, inquisitive and passionate young adults who love to learn.
Let’s schedule a bespoke discovery session so we can show you how our 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 independent school.
Happy, confident teachers
Firstly, let’s leave the curriculum design to us. Then, you’ll quickly see how your teachers can focus on their forte: teaching!
Not only will your teaching staff enjoy breadth and balance; they’ll experience higher morale, reduced workload and true confidence in the relevance of their work.
Using our curriculum in your independent school will have a transformative effect on your pupils’ learning outcomes, leading to improved engagement, enjoyment, attendance, behaviour and results.
Stay on track
You’ll enjoy full National Curriculum coverage and be able to demonstrate clear progression across all subjects.
With a focus on curriculum in the new Ofsted framework, using Dimensions ‘Learning Means the World’ Curriculum means your school is ready for an inspection.
“Dimensions Curriculum did not just sell us a solution. They got to know and understand us, trained and enthused staff, helped us implement their broad and balanced creative curriculum and guided us through the ongoing cycle of teaching, assessment and reflection in order to further develop our curricular provision. Dimensions ensure that our curriculum continues to be engaging, cohesive and relevant.”
Hanif Mohamed (Principal), Madaniyah Foundation, London E7 8NN
“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