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The curriculum at Iqra Academy is committed to meeting the requirements of the National Curriculum. Throughout Key Stage 1 and 2, subjects are taught discretely, as individual subjects, but we do make cross curricular links that enable children to apply knowledge and skills in other areas.

At Iqra  we consider the extent to which we are equipping pupils with the knowledge and cultural capital they need to succeed in life. Central to this are the key academic, personal and vocational skills which prepare them for the next stage of their lives. It is also important that we invest in their cultural capital – our school values and the essential knowledge that our children need to be educated citizens, introducing them to the best that has been thought and said, and helping to engender an appreciation of human creativity and achievement.

Our intention is that our pupils will become proactive in their efforts to learn because they will become aware of their strengths and what they need to do to improve. The pupils will be provided with guidance by individual set goals and task related strategies, such as using arithmetic addition to check the accuracy of solutions to subtraction problems.

We are focused on the importance of reading and writing so that the pupils become fluent communicators and keen action researchers across all subjects. We support children in developing mathematical and scientific skills, to increase their capacity to hypothesise, investigate, evaluate, and deepen their prior knowledge.

Pupils will learn good habits of work; they will develop their intellectual, moral and spiritual skills to emerge as well-educated, responsible and global citizens ready for their next steps in education and future careers.

The curriculum is designed with the consideration of the needs of all learners while taking into account the local context and our diverse community. The curriculum is challenging and rigorous to ensure that it engages all learners. We are also committed to promoting equality amongst our pupils in our curriculum and to create a positive environment in which all students, regardless of background, are able to make best use of their skills and education, free from barriers, discrimination or harassment.  For further information regarding our aims in relation to equalities and SEND . Please click here to see our Policies

Our expectations for our pupils is limitless. Our core purpose is to ensure all pupils achieve the highest standards in all aspects of the curriculum, leaving this school with high levels of attainment and having the confidence to further develop independent learning.



Iqra Academy follows the National Curriculum.

Nursery Curriculum 2021/2022

Reception Curriculum 2021/2022.  End of year expectations for Reception

Year 1 Curriculum 2021/2022 End of year expectations for Year 1

Year 2 Curriculum 2021/2022  End of year expectations for Year 2

Year 3 Curriculum 2021/2022  End of year expectations for Year 3

Year 4 Curriculum 2021/2022  End of year expectations for Year 4

Year 5 Curriculum 2021/2022 End of year expectations for Year 5

Year 6 Curriculum 2021/2022  End of year expectations for Year 6

PE Skills Progression Key Stage 1


The phonics and reading scheme used in KS1 is: Read Write Inc

The reading scheme used in KS2 is: Big Cat


National Curriculum for Primary Schools in England

Primary Curriculum


BBC Bitesize

Topmarks Education

Spanish Resources – games, songs and stories

If you require an further information regarding our curriculum, please click here and the relevant member of staff will contact you in due course.