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 Kemble Primary School

Aspire, Believe, Persevere, Achieve


Developing successful learners, confident individuals and responsible citizens


‘The Kemble Family’ supports children to;

  • be aware of the wider world and has a sense of their own role as a world citizen
  • respect and value diversity
  • have an understanding of how the world works
  • be passionately committed to social justice  
  • participate in the community at a range of levels, from the local to the global
  • work with others to make the world a more equitable and sustainable place
  • take responsibility for their actions.


The Kemble Curriculum will;

  • be located within a values base of global social justice (UN 17 Sustainable Development Goals);
  • promote critical and reflective thinking;
  • encourage the learner to make connections between their own lives and those of others throughout the    world;
  • provide opportunities for the learner to have a positive and active engagement in society that contributes to their own perspective of what a better world could look like.





What are the Sustainable Development Goals? The SDGs are a plan for a better world.

The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are a set of 17 objectives - negotiated and agreed to by all 193 world governments in 2015 - to end extreme poverty, achieve decent work for all, promote justice, peace and prosperity, and protect the natural environment from human-caused harms.

Highlighting both challenges and opportunities for the next 15 years, they are a practical tool for governments, institutions, local communities, civil society organisations and businesses to work together towards a common and clear set of targets.

 Why are they important? 

The SDGs are a historic agreement that outline priorities for a more prosperous, fair, and sustainable world.

The SDGs are a unified and unifying plan of action for communities and people everywhere.

The SDGs are a common framework which is easy-to-understand, measurable and time-bound.

Why do the SDGs matter to schools and teachers?

Schools and teachers are in a unique position to educate the future generation of community leaders, consumers, voters and citizens on the world’s biggest challenges and to inspire them to take action today. More than half of the population of our planet is currently under the age of 30 - the biggest generation of young people the world has ever seen. This puts educators in a truly unique position of influence and impact for the future of the planet.

Schools and teachers have a tremendous opportunity to empower billions of young people to become leaders and pioneer a movement for a better and more sustainable future.


Whole School Curriculum Drivers 2022-23

Peace, Justice and Partnerships

Term 1

Term 2

Term 3

Term 4

Term 5

Term 6







What effect is climate change having on life on earth?

How can we improve our community through innovation?

What is poverty?


What's on my plate? Responsibe food choices


What is affordable, clean energy?


What does equality mean at Kemble?



14. Life Below Water

15. Life on Land

13. Climate Action


8. Decent Work and Economic Growth

9. Industry and Infrastructure


1. Poverty

2. Hunger

3. Good Health and Wellbeing


12. Responsible Consumption

11. Sustainable Communities

10. Reduced Inequalities



6.Clean water

7. Affordable Energy


4. Quality Education

5. Gender Equality

Kemble Curriculum Term 5 2022/23

You can find out more about the subjects taught by visiting the below curriculum pages or speaking to your child's class teacher. If you wish to know more about how the curriculum is adapted to support children with SEND, please contact our school SENDCO, Jo Rogers, via the school office.  Alternatively, information about supporting children with SEND is available here.