St Luke'sChurch of England Primary School

KNOW - LOVE - SERVE God, Ourselves & Others

Search Search
Translate Translate

Curriculum Overview

Here you can find an overview of our curriculum which is driven by our school vision, and initiatives such as our learning characteristics. You will find information on the key skills which we teach and further advice on current topics and how to support your child’s learning in the Classes section of our website (EYFS, KS1, LKS2, UKS2).

We are preparing our children for the future, feeding their awe and wonder, helping them pose questions and search for answers, inspiring them to try new things and building their resilience when they 'can't do it yet'. We are creating Authors, Rocket Scientists, Engineers, Artists, AI developers and children with skills for jobs that haven't been invented yet. We are building on positive relationships, friendship and happiness to give every unique child, that was created by God, the best opportunities to success, thrive and grow.

Curriculum Maps

At St Luke’s Primary School, we have an ambitious broad and balanced curriculum which is delivered through a range of subject-specific projects. Knowledge and skills statements (TT and Cornerstones) provide the foundation for, and are directly linked to, planned sequences of lessons and high quality resources within each project. Projects are organised to maximise meaningful links between subjects, aspects and concepts while ensuring that the full scope of the National Curriculum is covered. Our curriculum is logically sequenced and as such is built upon in each year, and phase, providing opportunities for teachers to check previous learning and build upon it.

Knowledge Organisers

Before the start of each project we will publish knowledge organisers on the Classes section of our website (EYFS, KS1, LKS2, UKS2). Knowledge organisers are a summary of the key facts and essential knowledge that children need about a unit of work or a curriculum subject. They present this information broken down into easily digestible chunks.


Knowledge organisers can be a valuable tool for both children, staff and parents. They set out our expectations of what children should learn about a project or topic – and clarify teacher thinking around what is important. Children can review, revise and quiz themselves using their knowledge organisers. And finally knowledge organisers are a really clear and easy way for parents to understand what is being taught in school.


An example for the KS1 Project, Magnificent Monarchs is below:

Curriculum Skills

You can see further information about the key skills we teach in each of the curriculum subjects in the corresponding curriculum page: EYFS, Music, RE, Maths, Science, History, Geography, Art & Design, Design & Technology, Computing, French, PSHE, PE which includes details of how the skills develop and progress across year groups.