Hemlington Hall Academy

Curriculum Maps

Creative Curriculum

Aims and Entitlement

Our curriculum is designed with pupils’ learning at the centre

Our Creative Curriculum has evolved. It is driven by the need to develop pupil’s skills and knowledge in a creative and enjoyable way. It is planned to allow for the development of a more personalised learning philosophy and takes into account special events or areas of focus taken on-board by the school.

Our Creative Curriculum is broad, balanced and offers pupils opportunities to grow as individuals as well as learners. It is designed to address the core skills of problem solving, co-operation, communication, appraisal, enquiry and independence. At Hemlington Hall Academy we use the term Context for Learning when planning the wider curriculum beyond the core subjects.

The Creative Curriculum allows for meaningful and exciting learning opportunities to be planned across the subjects.  Excellence and Enjoyment are achieved through a curriculum which fosters enquiry and fun. 

Hemlington Hall Academy’s curriculum is designed with pupils’ learning at the centre.

  • We want pupils to understand that failure is part of the road to success and help them build resilience.
  • We want pupils to acquire a wealth of knowledge and experience.
  • Pupils should find a sense of belonging to the school and its community
  • We encourage pupils to learn how to cooperate with their peers and respect one another inside and outside the classroom.

Please click on the links in the table for year groups specific curriculum.

Year 1Year 2
London’s Burning
SprKatie Morag
Kings & Queen
Rolling Over the Ocean
SumAnimals Around the World
Wildlife Garden
Rolling Over the Ocean
Wildlife Garden
Year 3/4
2-Year Rolling Programme
Year 3/4
2-Year Rolling Programme
Year 5Year 6
AutLand Before Time
Out in the Wild
South America
WWIIShaking all Over
Food Glorious Food
Boy King
Out of Africa
Rotten Romans
Around the World
Meet the Greeks
Tomorrow’s World
SumBoy King
Rain forests & Rivers
Rotten Romans
Vicious Vikings
Meet the Greeks
French Connection
Land of the Rising Sun
Food of the Gods

If you like anymore information about our curriculum, please contact your child’s class teacher or telephone the school office.

Please click on the links below to find out more about each subject we teach: Maths  English  Science  Art and Design  Computing  Design and Technology   Geography  History  Languages  Music Physical Education (PE)  PSHE/SMSC  Religious Education  Outdoors Curriculum

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