Frizinghall Primary School

Frizinghall Primary School

Frizinghall Primary School Curriculum


The Frizinghall Curriculum is a broad, balanced and rich curriculum underpinned by SCARF, the development of subject-specific skills, set within the context of the knowledge to be acquired, and the development of spoken language, including dialogic talk. It is enhanced by experiences, including visits, activity passports and active learning opportunities.

Each year group follows a curriculum map, which provides the context of the learning, links with English, dialogic talk and the experiences to be covered through each theme.

The knowledge and subject-specific skills are set out in a long-term plan, ensuring coverage of and progression in the National Curriculum, RE and PHSE.

Each theme has a plan, used by teachers to map the learning journey for the class. This plan is shared with parents at the beginning of the theme.

Frizinghall Primary School Year Overview

Nursery and Reception

It’s good to be me

Adventures in space

Health Heroes

We’re all going to the zoo tomorrow

See our plants grow

Ahoy there pirate!

Year 1




What do we do in winter?

Are we nearly there yet?

Famous Bradfordians

Will it grow?

Year 2




What do we do in winter?

The Animal Kingdom

The Great Fire of London


Year 3

The Ancient Greek Legacy

May the force be with you

Dem bones, dem bones.

Linking Project

Plant Life

Switch it on

From Scavengers to Settlers

Year 4

Natural Disasters

Good vibrations

Roaming Romans

"Past the teeth and over the gums: look out, stomach, here it comes."

Dangerous Planet

The Battle of Britain

Year 5

Anglo Saxon and Viking Invasion

Could you be a crime scene investigator?

Blast Off!

The wonders of Ancient Egypt

If you go down to the woods today…

Year 6



Game Designer

London or Paris?

Have we always looked like this?

The modern monarchy


The light at the end of the tunnel

Islamic Civilisation