Ninfield C of E Primary School

Diocese of Chichester Academy Trust


Our Curriculum Intent

Reflecting on our Curriculum offer at Ninfield, our staff intend to provide educational experiences that embed the five key principles below:



Aspiration for all

We are committed to providing an equitable curriculum, where all child is offered the support and challenge they need to thrive.


Christian Values

Our Church of England School identity is central to our wider curriculum offer; across all subject disciplines, we strive to embed the chosen Christian values of: Respect, Honesty, Forgiveness, Perseverance, Responsibility, Thankfulness



The ability to communicate and articulate are fundamental life skills required for both success in education and work but also for achieving positive social skills; oracy, vocabulary and active listening are weaved into all areas of the curriculum.


Mirrors & Windows

Our curriculum seeks to reflect the children's lived experiences by deepening their knowledge and engagement with their locality and individual identities, whilst also offering insight into cultures, backgrounds and communities that differ from those they are familiar with.



The fundamental principles of the characteristics of effective learning that provide the foundation of the Early Years Foundation Stage are valued for children of all ages at Ninfield; creativity, exploration and play provide meaningful channels for acquiring new knowledge and strengthening connections in learning.

Ninfield CE School follows the Primary National Curriculum

Individual Subject Curriculums

If you would like to find out more about our curriculum offer at Ninfield, please get in touch via the school office (01424 892486) and the Curriculum Lead (Mr Getty) or relevant Subject Leader will respond as soon as possible.