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Lulworth and Winfrith Primary School is committed to meeting the requirements of the new primary curriculum from September 2014.
We have updated our schemes of work to reflect the content and challenge of the new curriculum.
Teachers have received training in the key areas of curriculum change and we are ready to provide outstanding curriculum provision.
The curriculum will be taught with the consideration of the needs of all learners.
Our curriculum will be exciting and will inspire children to nurture a passion for learning.




Our School Maths Vision:

At Lulworth and Winfrith Primary School, we would like our pupils to leave school as confident mathematicians, fluent in arithmetic and ready to tackle challenges in the real world. Through our Maths Mastery Curriculum, we want children to believe and 'behave' like mathematicians, show resilience and a ‘can-do’ attitude when they tackle a problem and celebrate the fact that making mistakes is a vital step in their mathematical learning journey.

We would like children to value the process of learning something new and create an environment where they feel comfortable with not always getting something ‘right’ but where they are happy to share their ideas and thoughts knowing their ideas will be respected by others.

Our school vision states: ‘we aim to provide the highest standards of teaching and learning for all of our children … within a caring and positive environment’. Through our involvement with the Jurassic Maths Hub Programme for Mastery, we are dedicated to providing classrooms where all children are given the building blocks they need to access the very best learning in mathematics. This is through collaboration, mathematical dialogue and use of resources and representations to ensure learning is embedded and understanding is deepened.

“The intention of teaching for Mastery is to give all children access to equitable classrooms, classrooms where they can all participate and be influential, and classrooms where they are encouraged and supported to develop a deep understanding of the mathematics being explored.” Jurassic Maths Hub 2019.


TTRS and Numbots Links:


Please use the links below to access TTRS and Numbots.

Numbots is designed for all children in KS1 and children in KS2 that need to secure their number facts. TTRS is for KS2 and those children in KS1 that want to get a headstart on learning their times tables. 

Children are encouraged to access these games from home 3 times a week to improve their fluency in number facts and times tables. Your child should have an individual login from school that will work with both Numbots and TTRS. 

Further information on the National Curriculum can be found by following this link: DfE National Curriculum Information
Music Lessons
Pupils in KS2 are offered the opportunity to learn to play an instrument through peripatetic tuition provided by the Dorset Music Service. If your child is interested in starting music lessons then please enquire for more details at the school office.
Here is a link to the Dorset Music Service website where you can find information on instrument hire, funding opportunities, playing opportunities and much more:


Curriculum newsletters are available to view below

Check our the Curriculum Leaflets located within our class pages - see links below