An outstanding curriculum for reception pupils

You want to give your reception pupils the best possible start to their education through a curriculum that enriches their learning experience and enables them to thrive as young learners. That’s where we come in! 

We’ve designed the Dimensions primary curriculum, ‘Learning Means The World’, to improve outcomes for reception pupils in lots of wonderful ways:

  • Children are more engaged 
  • They enjoy learning much more
  • Offers a consistent approach
  • Supports the development of enabling environments
  • Incorporates the broad range of skills, knowledge and attitudes children need as foundations for good future progress.

Getting your curriculum right for pupils’ first experience of learning is crucial in your path to creating well-rounded, self-confident and enthusiastic learners with 21st-century attitudes, values and skills.

Our mission

We provide solutions to help schools transform their curriculum to meet their pupils’ needs.

How does our curriculum benefit reception pupils?

Our ‘Learning Means The World’ primary curriculum is thoughtfully planned and resourced, with cross-curricular units to make reception pupils’ learning journey cohesive and progressive.

Offering full alignment to Development Matters and the Early Learning Goals, we’ve designed our curriculum to suit reception pupils in all settings. It’s already revolutionising learning for reception pupils in academies, free schools, faith schools, independent schools, community schools and special schools all over the world! 

Let’s work together to implement and customise your ‘Learning Means The World’ curriculum to ensure that it’s memorable and fun for your reception pupils. 

What our schools are saying about our ‘Learning Means the World’ Curriculum…

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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