School Curriculum

The curriculum is a framework within which learning and teaching takes place. All children at Moss Lane School have access to a broad and balanced curriculum, regardless of gender, race, religion, age or ability. We believe learning should be fun, relevant and motivating. We firmly believe in the importance of providing meaningful learning experiences. Our curriculum is effectively delivered through stimulating cross curricular topics that combine a range of subjects to make learning meaningful and enable children to make links between subjects.


We check the coverage of the National Curriculum against our topics to ensure children are taught the appropriate knowledge and skills for their year group. Our topics aim to bring the curriculum to life through hooks to engage the children and capture their attention as well as a meaningful purpose and context for learning.


Our intention is to offer a curriculum that:
  • Is creative, exciting and engaging
  • Enables pupils and teachers to make the most out of every learning opportunity and create lifelong learners
  • Promotes the spiritual, moral, cultural, mental and physical development of pupils at the school and of society
  • Prepares pupils at the school for the opportunities, responsibilities and experiences of later life
  • Is valued because it is fun to teach and inspires independence, resilience, originality and confidence
  • Develops enquiring minds
Religious Education
  • Collective worship (often known as an assembly) is part of pupils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural development.
  • Assemblies are an important part of our school community life, so we hope that all pupils participate. Any parents or carers wishing to exercise their right to withdraw their child(ren) from all or part of collective worship should consult the headteacher.
One parent, whose views were typical of many, said: ‘My daughter is excelling at this school and she loves to take part in the wide and varied extra-curricular activities that take place.’
Ofsted Feb 2018
For more information about our curriculum please click on the links below and also take a look at our half termly class newsletters.
T. 01483 417214 E.