Ackers Hall Avenue, Liverpool,, Merseyside L14 2DY

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Blueberry Park Primary School

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Blueberry Park Curriculum 2023-2024

On this page you will find the National curriculum information for all of the classes at Blueberry Park Primary School.

If you wish to view the National Curriculum Framework, it can be found on the Government website using the link below.

National Curriculum Framework


The Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) statutory framework is a set of standards which all Early Years providers must meet to make sure children are given the optimum opportunity to progress and develop, in a safe and healthy environment.  Please click on the link below to access parent information about the Early Years Foundation Stage statutory framework.

Early Years Foundation Stage guide for parents and carers


Birth to 5 Matters is non-statutory guidance which practitioners may use to support their implementation of the Statutory Framework for the Early Years Foundation Stage, which sets out the legal requirements for delivering education for children from birth to 5 in England. Please click on the link below to access the Birth to 5 Matters document.

Birth to 5 Matters


Blueberry Park's Curriculum Overviews

Whole School Curriculum Maps





Long Term Plans

Below are the Curriculum Maps for each year group, showing what is covered throughout each half term for all subject areas.



Year 1

Year 2

Year 3

Year 4

Year 5

Year 6

Enrichment Activities at Blueberry Park

Enrichment promotes critical thinking and problem solving skills, improve student's ability to concentrate, and make learning more meaningful, valuable, and rewarding. Enrichment activities are fun, which helps students to become more engaged in their learning and retain more information. It helps provide children with a rounded, culturally rich education through activities that enhance their learning.

Enrichment gives children opportunities to try new and varied activities that may not strictly fit into the curriculum, but that develop character, resilience and motivation, and encourage them to pursue wider goals.

It helps to teach life skills that benefit children beyond the classroom, and can develop an appreciation for cultural and community issues, teamwork and social responsibility.

Pupil Voice