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Welcome to Prospectus - the new exciting and creative Primary Curriculum for 2014 and beyond by Prospects.

All Prospectus themes are written by real teachers in real schools who have been ‘hand-picked’ as schools that have an ‘Ofsted-approved’ reputation of providing an outstanding, rich and innovative curriculum. It is this relationship that has ensured Prospectus is embedded in high-quality practice and meets the needs of both teachers and pupils in a constantly evolving world. 

Prospects have done all of the hard work for you to make certain that all of the Prospectus content has been fully cross-referenced with the new national curriculum and planning is provided at all levels. Prospectus aims to provide teachers with extra time to plan their lessons and ensure the ultimate impact on pupils in order to raise attainment levels. At the heart of Prospectus you will find exciting, high-quality learning experiences for children, which we hope will not only inspire but will also fully engage, motivate and excite both teachers and pupils.

We hope that you have as much fun delivering Prospectus as we did writing it!

DEVELOPED BY TEACHERS FOR TEACHERS

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Which Year Are You Teaching?

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Year 3

Year 4

Year 5

Year 6

Teaching Philosophy

Prospectus offers schools the opportunity to be both creative and thematic in its delivery. Designed to fulfil all of the statutory requirements of the new curriculum, there are 33 ‘themes’ available for schools to ‘pick and choose’ from – providing schools with the freedom to personalise and design the curriculum to meet the needs of their children and locality.

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Additional Resources

Alongside the wide range of Prospectus themes we will also be including samples from our discrete religious education programme, with links to each area clearly identified.

Schools purchasing the Prospectus package will be provided with one RE unit for each year group. Units such as ‘Ganesha’ in Year 2, links with the theme Indian Spice, ‘Buddhism’ links with the Year 3 unit on China and ‘Feasting and Fasting’ links with The World’s Kitchen in Year 4. Each RE unit is designed to promote spiritual, moral, social and cultural opportunities.

2014 Primary Curriculum