Curriculum Overview

At Holywell School we believe in the value of lifelong learning and that people learn new things every day. Learning should be a rewarding and enjoyable experience for everyone. Our teaching aims to equip children with the knowledge, skills and understanding necessary to make informed choices about the important things in their lives and to …

Curriculum Maps

Early Years Foundation Stage   Nursery Reception Key Stage 1 Year 1 Year 2 Key Stage 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 Year 6


Please find included the homework map for the school. It sets out when homework is given to children and when it should be returned to school. In addition to homework pupils are also set daily reading and other activities to complete. Please see the classtreacher if you need clarification.  

International Projects

Holywell is an international community; in our community we speak more than forty different languages! We are fortunate to be culturally so wealthy. For us, it has been natural to get involved in international projects. Since 2017, the school has been exchanging work done by Yr5s students with a partner school in Pontevedra, Spain. This …


Right Respecting School

We are a Rights Respecting School and we have recently received our silver award. We are now working towards gold award with Unicef. Do spend some time looking at these ‘Outright campaigning activities’ and ‘Article activities.’  UNICEF have created them so children can complete the activities with their parents. ‘Outright campaigning activities’ ‘Article activities’

Relationship Education

Please find included on this page the documentation related to our consultation with parents about Relationship Education


My Heritage Box!  – Spanish Spring Project 2019 As part of our “Who Do We Think We Are?” ERASMUS+ project, in the spring term every child is being asked to create a heritage box that tells the story of their own family – Ms Gonzalez-Brew, International Projects Coordinator.   “Who Do We Think We Are?” …