Primary School

Relationships. Wellbeing. Achievement.

Lansdowne Curriculum

The new curriculum for Wales is mandatory in September 2022. 

At Lansdowne, we have spent two years designing our Lansdowne Curriculum.


Your child will learn through the following areas of learning and experience during their time at school. These are not taught as separate areas, but through contexts and through your child's interests. They are all equal in importance and we aim to develop a holistic child that can build on their strengths and develop expertise:


Health and Wellbeing

Language, Literacy and Communication (including modern foreign languages)

Mathematical Development

Expressive Arts 


Science and Technology



Please see below for important documentation and policies setting out the aims for the new curriculum at Lansdowne Primary, incorporating the mandatory requirements for the Curriculum for Wales, based on Welsh government guidance:


Lansdowne Primary's vision statement for the new Curriculum for Wales

Our expectations for the Lansdowne curriculum are set out in the Lansdowne Curriculum policy, incorporating the mandatory elements of the Curriculum for Wales

The Progression and assessment policy, incorporating the mandatory progression codes, sets out Lansdowne Primary's rationale for the progression of all Lansdowne pupils

Parent information regarding Lansdowne curriculum and ALN