Curriculum

At BDAT we want every child to have the very best quality of education they can get whilst in our Academies. This is about ensuring they have access to a broad and balanced curriculum which prepares them with both the knowledge and skills they need for their next phases of education and for life.  As a Trust, we have worked with our schools to identify what a child should know and understand at a certain age and what they should be able to do and remember.

As part of this work, the team at BDAT and our schools have developed a BDAT Curriculum intent statement setting out our hopes and expectations for our learners during their time with us. This work is aligned and underpinned by the detailed contextual work we are doing with all of our schools on curriculum looking at our curriculum intentions, the impact we hope that it will have and the way it is implemented through great teaching and lived experiences.

To download a copy of the BDAT curriculum approach please click here BDAT Curriculum Approach FINAL July 19


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