At Hunnyhill, we are excited to be able to provide a broad and balanced curriculum that enables all children to be successful in a 21st century world based on our school values.

We aim to provide learning and teaching that is engaging and that will allow our children to enter their Secondary School and, ultimately, the workplace with the confidence that they possess the skills, knowledge and personal and social attributes they will need to achieve success.

Whilst their secondary years will enhance and perfect those skills and knowledge, we believe we have the responsibility to lay the foundations across the curriculum.

We use a number of different approaches to explore and deliver the topics which lead to children receiving memorable learning experiences that will stay with them.

Social, Moral, Spiritual and Cultural teaching and learning permeates throughout the curriculum and school day as well as an understanding of British values in today’s society.

For detailed information on end of year expectations please view the following pdf files.

EYFS Early Learning Goals 
End of Year Expectations YEAR 1
End of Year Expectations YEAR 2 
End of Year Expectations YEAR 3 
End of Year Expectations YEAR 4 
End of Year Expectations YEAR 5 
End of Year Expectations YEAR 6

Parents Guide to Reading Leaflet 
Ready To Learn Everyday – Short Guide Leaflet

The current whole school curriculum map.

Hunnyhill curriculum overview PDF

The current topics can be found in the class pages.

Our Values

We have six key values that underpin our learning throughout the curriculum:


“Trying things that are hard for you.” – Owen (Year 6)

“Never give up.” – Warren (Year 3)

“Go for a goal that you’ve never tried before.” – Maggie (Year 4)

Resilience and Determination

“I never give up.” – Louis J (Year 1)

“Just keep on trying.” – Jessica (Year 2)

“Even if you think you can’t do it just keep on trying.” (Lisa Year 6)


“Use your imagination.” – Harvey (Year 3)

“We try to think outside the box.” – Liam (Year 4)

“Creativity is about making something new.” – William (Year 2)

Collaboration and Teamwork

“Help your friends.” – Jack (Year 1)

“Work as a team.” – James (Year 1)




Phonics / Reading Schemes

We operate multiple reading schemes with all books grouped to reading ages.

For more information on our phonics schemes please visit the websites below.

Read, Write Inc.

Get Spelling