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Our Curriculum Vision

Our curriculum is...

Our curriculum is... 1

By the end of Year 6, a CHS leaver should be...

By the end of Year 6, a CHS leaver should be... 1 Staff INSET, 1.9.14

A Curriculum with 'Innovation' at it's Heart


The Government introduced the 'new' National Curriculum in September 2014 and as a result, we have worked hard at Coleshill Heath to plan for, develop, organise, implement, re-fine a curriculum vision, which is at the heart of our school ethos: 'Every child, everyday!


We have been working hard to refresh our approach and provision and so we took the decision to implement the Cornerstones Curriculum philosophy, as it enables us to deliver a curriculum, which is centred upon Imaginative Learning Projects (ILPs) which will provide a rich menu of exciting and motivating learning activities that make creative links between all aspects of our children's learning. 


Coleshill Heath School's Curriculum Vision


We strive to provide a school curriculum that is:






We aim for our children to become:

independent, confident and enthusiastic learners

who are

polite, mature and responsible.


We believe that our curriculum is inclusive and takes account of

children’s interests and needs, ensuring that opportunities are available to all.


 Teaching is creative, innovative and imaginative and makes best use of indoor and outdoor environments.  Staff aspire to ignite the spark in every child.


Children are encouraged to be morally aware, and develop good behaviour that promotes effective learning.


Children, families and staff are aspirational and value success, promoted through strong home / school partnership.


All achievement, academic and personal, is valued and celebrated.


Children are taught how to become more effective learners.  They are prepared for future challenges, and develop the skills to compete in the modern scientific and technological world.

Parents Guide to the New Curriculum

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