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Dulverton Junior School


What does your child learn at school each day? Find information about our curriculum subjects here.

The Exmoor Federation Curriculum document demonstrates the skills and progressions in each subject area for all year groups across the Federation. It is a working document and is currently undergoing some amendments and will be completed early in the Spring term 2022. We are, at present, updating our French and Outdoor Learning subject areas.

Please bear with us.

Curriculum Document

Key Stage 2 – Years 3 to 6 (7-11 year olds)


Our enthusiastic staff work hard to deliver an inspiring curriculum which has been carefully planned.


Where possible, a thematic approach is used so that different subjects support and reinforce one another and give coherence to the overall learning process. This approach also enables a greater breadth and balance of subject matter to be achieved within the limit of time and resources. In addition, it helps the children understand the relevance of their work across a wider area of learning.


In Key Stage Two the children follow the National Curriculum which has been a legal requirement in schools since 1988. The new National Curriculum for primary schools has three core subjects: English, Mathematics and Science and seven foundation subjects: Design and Technology, History, Geography, Music, Art and Design, Physical Education and Computing. In addition, a modern foreign language (French) is provided for children as a foundation subject. Religious Education is also included in the basic curriculum by law, along with Relationships, Sex & Education (RSE) and Citizenship. The core and foundation subjects are part of every child’s entitlement.


The curriculum within the school has been carefully planned to provide a continuous and progressive learning experience throughout your child’s primary years. Our aim is that this learning should be stimulating and meaningful, contributing not only to their academic and physical progress but their spiritual, moral, social and cultural development. We seek to ensure that children can use their newly developed knowledge, skills, attitudes and abilities independently and every child is encouraged to apply themselves enthusiastically to their learning to achieve their full potential.


A balanced and broadly‑based curriculum cannot be obtained through the National Curriculum alone. Other formal and informal curriculum activities are included to enrich the children’s school experience so that they acquire the skills, concepts, knowledge, attitudes and values that they will need for subsequent learning and adult life. 


To see curriculum overviews for all subjects please click on the links below.