Curriculum Statement


Our curriculum is one of the reasons children love coming to our school!

 At Boothroyd we aim to equip children with life skills which they can continue to develop during the rest of their education. We have tailored our curriculum to develop well rounded individuals who are ready to grow into members of society who can contribute to their communities.

 As well as being taught the National Curriculum and Early Years Foundation Stage Curriculum our children are also taught about ‘how’ to learn and all take part in well-being sessions.

They have the opportunity to learn across four strands of skills which develop from year 1 to 6: Life skills Workplace skills Outdoor skills Curriculum based skills.

 In a constantly changing environment, having life skills is an essential part of being able to meet the challenges of everyday life and to enable children to learn strategies to cope with the stresses of modern day life. At Boothroyd we feel this is just as important as the academic areas of learning.

We also make sure our children experience lots of enrichment activities such as trips, after school clubs and events which are heavily funded by the school as we know some of them would not otherwise have the opportunity.

We also include teaching children the 9 protected characteristics within our curriculum which includes LGBT+.