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Curriculum Impact

The Impact of our Curriculum Intent and Implementation

Our curriculum places the learner at the centre of all that we do. We think about the experience of each learner and how we can as educators, deepen their knowledge and inspire them to learn more and help them to remember more. 


Children leave Brookland Infant and Nursery School with the behaviours that they need to succeed in the world. They will be confident and successful lifelong learners equipped with strategies to overcome barriers to make progress.

Our children grow into creative, curious, ambitious and healthy children. In addition to this, our intended overall impact is that children will be academically prepared for life in their next phase of learning.



We measure this in a number of ways:

  • Child's Voice - Children can talk about what they are learning and are excited by the experiences they have had in school through School Council, KS1 Child's Voice meetings and Let Your Child Explain sessions.
  • Behaviour - Children are well behaved and show care and concern for others.
  • Working with parents as partners - we share children's progress with parents, we ask for parent views, we provide parent workshops and newsletters, we value parent involvement in their child's learning journey. We also let the children talk about their learning with their parents through “Let Your Child Explain” sessions every half term.
  • Readiness for next transition point - Children are confident socially and emotionally to move to the next phase of their learning.
  • Progress & Attainment - We strive to ensure that our children's attainment in core and foundation subjects is in line with or exceeding their potential when considering children's varied starting points. We measure progress and attainment carefully using a range of materials but always consider Age Related Expectations. Termly pupil progress meetings ensure effective interventions/strategies are used for individual children or identified groups of children who are at risk of not making expected progress or meeting Age Related Expectations.