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Our Curriculum

At Hogarth Primary School, our ethos is to create 'Confident' pupils who develop a life-long love for learning. We follow a creative curriculum and wherever possible we make cross-curricular and outdoor learning links.


Please press on an icon to learn about the different subjects at Hogarth. If you require any further information about any area of the curriculum, please email the relevant subject lead (email addresses can be found at the top of each subject page).  

Equality Statement

Hogarth Primary School is a fully inclusive school, committed to the wellbeing and progress of every child. We have high expectations of all our children, including those with Special Educational Needs or a Disability (SEND). We work hard to ensure that all pupils can achieve and participate in every aspect of school life. Wherever possible, children with SEND are taught within the classroom through high quality teaching and the use of manipulatives and visual resources. On occasion, a child may also need to be taught through personalised programmes, possibly with an LSA or other professional. Children who are on our SEND register will have an individual plan that is overseen by our Acting SENCO; Mrs McIntosh.  

Our commitment to equal opportunities is an important aspect of our overall commitment to be a fully inclusive school.


Hogarth Primary School aims to:

  • Provide a curriculum which promotes the whole school ethos of inclusion and equality for the whole school community;
  • Ensure that all children have equal access to the curriculum and are able to achieve the best possible outcomes;
  • Provide a quality learning experience for each child in which all adults actively promote equality, inclusion and a celebration of diversity.


If you have any concerns regarding your child’s learning, please contact your child’s class teacher who will be happy to speak with you and work in partnership to achieve the best possible outcomes for your child.