At LINK we believe that the curriculum needs to reflect each school’s community, ensuring the curriculum is designed to ensure that children achieve both academically and personally.

The vision of our trust is : 

Learning Together

Inspiring Each Other

Nurturing and valuing

Knowledge that Builds Futures

Our aim is to inspire chidren to:

  • Be competent and confident in themselves
  • Act with integrity and spirit
  • Be ready to take responsibility; to support and nuture others
  • Be fascinated by the natural world
  • Intrigued by our attempts to manipulate the world
  • Recognise human achievements and failings
  • Enjoy the creative, sporting, cultural and innovative
  • Appreciate cultures, sensitives and orientations
  • Qualified to take on the next stage of their learning
  • Fuelled with a desire to learn

Our curriculum follows the National curriculum and also  reflects requirements for inclusion and equality as set out in the Special Educational Needs and Disability Code of Practice 2014 and Equality Act 2010. Our curriculum follow the requirements for promoting the learning and development of children set out in the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) statutory framework. Our curriculum complies with our funding agreement and articles of association.

Each school within the trust will comply with its funding agreement and teaching a "broad and balanced curriculum" which includes English, maths, and science, and enough teaching time is provided for pupils to cover the requirements of the funding agreement

Proper provision is made for pupils with different abilities and needs, including children with special educational needs (SEN)

Our curriculum includes:

  • Sex and relationship education
  • Spiritual, moral, social and cultural development
  • British values

Please refer to the school’s individual Curriculum policies for further details.

More information on the curriculum at Barlow Hall can be found here.

More information on the curriculum at Brookburn can be found here.