Skip to content Skip to main menu Skip to utility menu

Curriculum (all phases)

For information and guidance about the curriculum offer schools are expected to provide, please see the DfE webpages here. They include information about the ‘national curriculum’ for England to be taught in all local-authority-maintained schools. Requirements to teach religious education (RE) and sex and relationship education (SRE) are also explained.

Ofsted schools research: Ofsted carries out research alongside its main inspection programme to look at specific issues, subjects or policies in more detail. Curriculum intent, implementation and impact have been a key focus over the past few years. The new Education Inspection Framework (EIF) has been informed by this work.

Related announcements

Sort By: TitleDate posted
(Reset)

Through consultation with schools, and question level analysis of 2017 and 2018 KS2 SAT papers, the primary maths forum identified the need for support with the teaching of fractions.  The fractions domain has been divided into separate key areas which include

  • Counting in fractions
  • Recognising and identifying fractions
  • Comparing and ordering fractions (incl. equivalence)
  • Adding and subtracting fractions
  • Multiplying and dividing fractions

For each key area, a variety of ideas are presented illustrating how concrete resources/ manipulatives can be used in teaching progressively from year 1 to year 6, as well as pictures and images and abstract representations for each concept.

Solihull Moors currently offers PPA cover following the National Curriculum, football and multi sports after school club based at your school as well as support for school football teams training and games. See below for further details.

Soroptimist International Solihull invites you to design a poster to celebrate the legacy of the Suffragette movement. For more information, see documents attached below.

Publication subject:

Updates and changes

Updated

These pages are updated regularly and should be used as the main source of information.  Printed versions should be used with care as they can become out of date.