At Temple Hill Primary Academy, we believe children should follow a creative curriculum. This means that during your child's school life they will experience all the different aspects of learning which they need to encounter according to the Early Years Foundation Stage Curriculum and the National Curriculum as well as having the opportunity to develop the skills to learn and of good citizenship.
The School Governing Body accepts the LA Curriculum Policy statement in full. In our school we seek to provide experience which will aid the development of the whole child. Our aim is to help each pupil to become a confident, capable and co-operative learner and member of the community. Our programme draws from the following areas of experience: Linguistic, Mathematical, Cultural, Aesthetic and Creative, Scientific and Technological, Spiritual and Moral, Social and Physical. This is defined within the National Curriculum subjects: Numeracy, Literacy, Science, History, Geography, Music, Art, Religious Education, Modern Foreign Languages, Design and Technology, Information Communication Technology and Physical Education as well as the school’s wider curriculum of cross curricular themes including Citizenship and PSHE.