At The Federation of Boldmere Schools, we offer a curriculum which is well-rounded and which builds on the knowledge, understanding and skills of all children, whatever their starting points, as they progress through each Key Stage. The curriculum incorporates the statutory requirements of the National Curriculum (2014) and other experiences and opportunities which best meet the learning and developmental needs of the pupils in our school.  The aim of our curriculum is for pupils to have the requisite skills to be successful, independent and motivated learners in readiness for their next stage of education.


Welcome from Mrs Kenny, Head of Boldmere Infant and Nursery School

There is something very special about working in an Infant and Nursery school; we are entrusted to provide an environment that many children will never have experienced before. In many instances, starting school will be the first experience of being away from the security of a home environment and familiar adults. It is our job to look after your young children. We nurture and support children during their first steps in school life. We want children to have fun learning and to feel safe, confident and happy, and this will enable them to achieve their best. This is our vision for everyone who attends Boldmere Infant & Nursery, to empower all children to embrace learning and achieve their personal best, whilst building their emotional, social and physical wellbeing.

We have a fantastic staff who work hard and show great commitment in their job. We are a team. We work to provide a welcoming, stimulating and calm environment. We value, motivate and challenge children, promote their independence and celebrate their individuality and personal achievements.

Welcome to Boldmere! 


Our Vision:

The Federation of Boldmere Schools empowers all children to embrace learning; achieve their personal best; and build their emotional, social and physical wellbeing.

The school uses a cross-curricular approach to teaching and learning.  This means that skills, knowledge and understanding across a range of subjects are brought together and form a topic.  Within the topic, children are able to practise and apply their reading, maths and English skills in other subject areas.

Our ‘Topic Overviews’ show each year group’s blocks of learning.  They are led by enquiry questions posed by the pupils to determine what they already know about the topic, what they would like to know and what they have learned.  The topic maps detail the class novel and writing across the curriculum and other curriculum enhancement opportunities to inspire learning.  These could include a class trip, a visitor to school or a celebration of learning event.

All subject leaders are given training and opportunity to keep developing their own subject knowledge, skills and understanding so they can support curriculum development and their colleagues throughout the school. Theme weeks and days; whole school and year group activities; and opportunities within and outside school all enrich and develop the children’s learning. After school clubs and events extend these opportunities further. The school is well resourced in terms of learning materials, books and technology.

Pupils have opportunities to share their learning with each other, their parents and carers and other learners through Inspire events, performances and competitions. Developing their independence and motivation as learners and their sense of responsibility as future citizens is at the heart of all our teaching and learning.


 Mrs Silverwood - Head of Junior School