Curriculum Intent, Implementation & Impact

Wharton Church of England Primary School Curriculum statement

At Wharton Church of England primary School, we are committed to providing first class learning for all our children through a creative curriculum. Children in our school need to be safe and happy in order to achieve their potential. Our mission statement captures our Christian vision as follows:

 Our School is an inclusive Christian community, committed to building futures for all children.  A safe environment where everyone is valued, we nurture strong relationships underpinned by our Christian values and we champion children to be the best they can be, empowering all to aim high and achieve their potential.

Our church school strives to instil wisdom alongside knowledge and skill, to educate with real hope and aspiration for the future, and to promote a sense of community and living well together with dignity and respect.

Children at Wharton CE will be inspired and challenged through our curriculum.   The Intent, Implementation and Impact of the curriculum  you can expect from us in-line with the EYFS, National Curriculum and Statutory requirements for your child are as follows:



  • Inspire children to be inquisitive lifelong learners.
  • Engage children in an exciting curriculum that considers local, global and community links.
  • Challenge children to be aspirational.
  • Promote a love of learning through carefully planned lessons which allows children to use their knowledge with increasing fluency and independence.


  • Champion children whatever their need.
  • Include all children through a variety of learning styles including bespoke interventions and differentiated expectations.
  • Empower all to aim high through clear expectations for knowledge and progression, thus enabling all children to reach their potential, from their starting points and flourish.
  • Teach well planned termly topics supported by additional schemes and initiatives, with explicit links to all National Curriculum subjects.
  • Monitor provision ensuring the highest of standards by leadership at all levels.


  • Measure curriculum success regularly through scrutiny of work, formal and informal lesson observations, pupil voice and class teacher data meetings where progress is monitored and challenged where necessary.
  • Assess knowledge and understanding daily to inform planning allowing for continued progress and opportunities to work at greater depth.
  • Track progress through our school data tracking system and end of year assessments in KS1 and KS2, the EYFS, Phonics in year 1 and multiplications tables’ tests in year 4 form judgements about whole school attainment.
  • Report Progress and attainment termly through parent teacher consultation and an end of year written report.

All of the above ensures a rich curriculum that provides children with an engaging and inspiring education ensuring inclusion for all that is underpinned by our Christian values. This comprehensive curriculum with rigorous assessment for attainment and progress ensures for successful transition at all phases.

T Theology R Relationships A Attitude and Aspirations I Inspire N next Steps.

Train up a child in the way they should go and when they are old they will not depart from it. Proverbs 22 v 6

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