An outstanding curriculum for small primary schools
Small primary schools like yours are seeing fantastic results from our innovative curriculum. So, now could be the perfect time to lighten your teachers’ workload and transform your pupils’ learning!
Helping you teach, not deliver
In fact, we work with small primary schools all over the world to map and teach a progressive curriculum. Therefore, we know what works for small primary schools looking for outstanding results.
Plus, we have the experience to help you implement that curriculum to set your school up for success.
So, let’s work together to customise your curriculum and make sure it’s ideally suited to your needs.
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 become confident, well-rounded young people who love learning.
So, let’s schedule a bespoke discovery session so we can show you how Dimensions’ 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!
Why use Dimensions’ curriculum?
Here are four brilliant reasons to use our curriculum in your small primary school.
Leave the curriculum to us and save your teachers time to focus on teaching! Not only will they enjoy balance and breadth, but also higher morale, less work and true confidence in the relevance of their work.
Using our curriculum in your small primary school will have an exceptional impact on learning. For example, pupils will be more engaged, have more fun and show better leading to better engagement, enjoyment, attendance, behaviour and results.
Keep on track
Enjoy full National Curriculum coverage and demonstrate clear progression across all subjects.
With a clear focus on curriculum in the new Ofsted framework, using Dimensions’ curriculum prepares your school for an inspection at any time.
“Pupils benefit from a stimulating curriculum which captures their interests and promotes their reading, writing and mathematical skills well across a wide range of subjects. Almost all teaching is cross-curricular, enabling pupils to see the links between different subjects.” Ofsted Quote from St. Matthew’s CE Primary School, Bolton
“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