The Keyingham Curriculum
Our curriculum, by working closely within the guidance of the National Curriculum, helps our pupils to understand their place and potential in this world. It develops an understanding of their community and our roots within the village whilst looking out and forward to the future and the part that they can play in shaping their lives and the world in which they live.
Learning throughout the school year is structured ‘geographically’. Our children start with an understanding of their immediate locality and, each half term, extend their view a little further. The knowledge and skills gathered each half term connect together and are then revisited at a deeper level year on year.
Where is our school? With whom do we share our school? What is the view like from school?
Where is Keyingham? How old is Keyingham? Why is Keyingham here? What happens in Keyingham?
Why is Hull here? Why is it known as the 'Maritime City'? What is the future for Hull?
Will Keyingham ever have a beach?
Where else in the country is similar to us? Where else is different?
Where else in the world is similar to us? Where else is different?