White Rock Primary School

'Inspiring Learning Together'

White Rock Primary School

Our Curriculum


What do our children say about our Curriculum?

"Interesting", "Fun", "Creative", "Exciting"

Curriculum Statement 

'Inspiring Learning Together'



At White Rock Primary School, our mission is ‘Inspiring Learning Together’. We encourage parents/carers to be involved as much as possible with their child’s learning and there are regular opportunities for our children to share and celebrate their learning with their families.

Our curriculum gives our school a distinct identity and ethos, reflecting our values of Leadership, Innovation, Teamwork and Belonging. We also ensure that our curriculum strongly reflects our place within the local community and the wider world. Above all, we aim to make our curriculum a hugely rich experience for all our pupils, laying the foundations for success in life. It prepares our pupils for opportunities, responsibilities, and experiences of later life in modern Britain. It will also help them to develop as global citizens through assemblies and there are various opportunities for Pupil Leadership. We actively promote the fundamental British values of democracy, the rule of law, individual liberty and mutual respect and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs.



We want our children at White Rock Primary School to be:

  • Curious and resilient (INNOVATION)
  • Collaborate (TEAMWORK)
  • Feel a sense of belonging (BELONGING)
  • To be leaders (LEADERSHIP)



We are confident that White Rock Primary School offers a rich, broad, balanced, and creative curriculum which adheres to the 2014 National Curriculum. We are committed to offering a level of curriculum that lifts the roof on statutory expectations. We define the curriculum as everything that impacts on the learning of our pupils and know that excellence in teaching leads to enjoyment of learning.  Our curriculum is designed to ensure that pupils are inspired and consequently achieve high standards.

Pupils have the opportunity to learn in a range of different ways through high quality teaching and learning which challenges and supports all pupils. Learning is personalised to meet the needs of all pupils including those with SEND. We pride ourselves on providing an experiential curriculum which makes learning real and provides a purpose for written outcomes in as many forms as possible. Experiential learning happens across subjects, within the classroom environments, through visits out and visitors into the school.

Nursery and Reception classes in the Foundation Stage follow the Statutory framework for the early year’s foundation stage (effective from 1 September 2021) that lays the foundations for a smooth transition to the National Curriculum that applies to pupils of compulsory school age and will be taught from Year 1.


Please see our subject pages for subject overviews and skill progression.

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