Caddington Village School

Our Curriculum - what your child is learning


At Caddington Village School, we firmly believe that our over-arching aim is to prepare our children to be successful in the next stage of their education - academically, socially and emotionally. Through our curriculum and wider experiences, we aspire to enable our children to become confident and curious learners and to develop and practise learning skills and coping strategies that will stay with them for life.  

The curriculum is what we teach. The information your will find through the links below will provide an insight as to what learning looks like at our school. Much of our curriculum is based on the Chris Quigley Essentials curriculum and threshold concepts underpin learning in all subjects. Alongside this, we follow other schemes of work for certain subjects such as White Rose maths. These schemes of work form a basis which is built upon and adapted to meet the needs of each cohort and to create a broad and balanced, sequential curriculum.

If you would like to find out more about our school's curriculum, please contact us by email: or speak to your child's class teacher.

Curriculum intent

We believe that our curriculum should challenge and inspire pupils, encouraging them to look beyond their immediate environment. We want to promote a love of learning and believe that practice, resilience and patience will bring success and build confidence. Curiosity, creativity and empathy will be nurtured and valued. Developing these traits in our pupils will assist them in finding a happier path through an increasingly complex world.

Our curriculum by year group

Our Curriculum Overviews outline what your child will be learning across all subjects, each term: