Akiva School

Akiva School


Curriculum Intent

The Akiva curriculum is authentic and challenging, it provides memorable opportunities for our pupils. 

Our aim is for pupils to leave Akiva embodied with the values (respect, kindness, resilience and integrity) and to be successful, independent learners who are knowledgeable Jewish citizens and active participants in the wider community with a love of Israel and all aspects of their Progressive Judaism.

We want the children to engage in their Jewish identity whilst looking outward at the world and understand their role in Modern Britain.   

We have high aspirations for our pupils and through our broad and balanced curriculum we provide first hand learning experiences that allow our pupils to develop interpersonal skills, build resilience, become responsible Jewish citizens and creative, critical thinkers.  In many cases this direction means that the children learn more deeply and beyond what is expected of them within the National Curriculum. 

Children leave Akiva with a sense of belonging to a tightly knit community where they have the confidence and skills to make decisions, self-evaluate, take responsibility for their choices, make connections and become lifelong learners. 

You can see the content for the curriculum in each year group and for each subject, either through the year group curriculum overviews or in the detailed subject progression maps.

For further information about curriculum implementation and impact please click here.

2022-23 Year Group Information

 Early Years
Year 1Year 2
Year 3Year 4
Year 5Year 6

National Curriculum

Akiva School follows the National Curriculum

Curriculum Subject information 

Art & DesignComputing Design & Technology DramaGeographyHebrewHistoryJewish StudiesMathsMusicP.E.PhonicsPSHER.E.ReadingScienceWriting


To find out more about assessment at Akiva click here
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