Inspiring Promoting Supporting

Inmans curriculum is an enquiry based curriculum which engages pupils, actively involving them in their learning and ensures all achieve.

The curriculum has been developed by staff, pupils and governors to ensure that it is relevant and engaging. Each enquiry focuses on specific knowledge and skills. Whilst the knowledge base is the same across the pods, the skills are differentiated to provide challenge and progression.

Learning philosophy – promoting confidence, aspirations and effective communication

First quality teaching – all teachers engage, inspire and support children

Inclusion for all – regardless of age, gender, race, religion or ability

Life-long learning – promoting the importance of continued learning

Click here to read our Teaching British Values

Please have a look through this really informative guide, all about your child’s development, it helps to inform you on what to expect at the different stages of development within the seven areas of learning in the EYFS:

What To Expect In The EYFS


Medium Term Plans

Year 1 Medium Term Plans

Year 2 Medium Term Plans

Year 3 Medium Term Plans

Year 4 Medium Term Plans

Year 5 Medium Term Plans

Year 6 Medium Term Plans

Long Term Plans

Curriculum Areas


Maths Demonstration Videos

Year 1/2

CLICK HERE Dividing with the sharing method
CLICK HERE Year 2 multiplication with grouping method
CLICK HERE Year 1 Arrays
CLICK HERE Year 2 regrouping
CLICK HERE Year 2 Addition with renaming method
CLICK HERE Year 1 Subtraction with Part Whole
CLICK HERE Year 1 Addition within 20

Year 3/4

CLICK HERE Multiplying 2- digit numbers
CLICK HERE Multiplying 2 digit and 3-digit numbers
CLICK HERE Dividing with remainders
CLICK HERE Dividing with regrouping
CLICK HERE Subtraction

Year 5/6

CLICK HERE Addition using a number line
CLICK HERE Subtraction using a number line
CLICK HERE Addition using the formal method of column addition
CLICK HERE Subtraction using the formal method of column subtraction
CLICK HERE Subtraction using the formal method of column subtraction including renaming/exchanging
CLICK HERE Multiplication using the formal method for column multiplication
CLICK HERE Division using the partitioning method
CLICK HERE Using the formal for long division

Maths No Problem Scheme

Times Tables Rock Stars

Pupils have their individual log in details which they can use at school and at home. Use Times Table Rockstars to improve your speed and accuracy of recalling times table facts! Login Guide For Parents.

As well as being set homework, on TT Rockstars you can play for fun!


Pupils have their individual log in details which they can use at school and at home.


Inmans Primary School is a centre of excellence for SMSC”

We are changing lives and transforming the opportunities of our students through the ‘Golden Thread of SMSC’ which has been skillfully woven throughout our curriculum. Inmans Primary School recognises that the spiritual, moral, social and cultural element of students’ education is crucial to their development as an individual. The Inmans Primary School community contributes to a purposeful learning environment that is themed to inspire a strong sense of learning and encourages children to develop a cohesive community identity – preparing its members to take their rightful place as a local, national and global citizen in modern Britain. At Inmans Primary School, we actively promote the fundamental British Values. Our aim is to develop our children’s self-knowledge, self-esteem and self-confidence, thus equipping children to distinguish right from wrong in all of the above SMSC areas for development. Our hope is that Inmans children leave Primary Education as tolerant, liberal, respectful members of the Modern British community with an appreciation and understanding of democracy and rule of law.

At Inmans Primary School, we will:

Enable students to develop their self-knowledge, self-esteem and self-confidence;
Enable students to distinguish right from wrong and to respect the civil and criminal law of England;
Encourage students to accept responsibility for their behaviour, show initiative, and to understand how they can contribute positively to the lives of those living and working in the locality of the school and to society more widely;
Enable students to acquire a broad general knowledge of and respect for public institutions and services in England;
Further tolerance and harmony between different cultural traditions by enabling students to acquire an appreciation for and respect for their own and other cultures;
Encourage respect for other people;
Encourage respect for democracy and support for participation in the democratic processes, including respect for the basis on which the law is made and applied in England.

Diversity Reading
Here, at Inmans Primary School we recognise the importance of Diversity, inclusion, and tolerance topics.  We feel books can prove to be an invaluable aid in helping to teach children about different cultures and experiences and understanding a character’s point of view. We feel children need to learn about all aspects of diversity and feel empowered to discuss what makes all of us unique, valued and respected in terms of culture, race, ethnicity, gender, education, disability, identity, nationality, religion, sexuality, neurodiversity, social background, and beliefs.
We have ensured a list of books on the topic of diversity, which aims to provide teachers with suitable texts to help generate cross-curricular discussion, empathise with diverse characters, and provide a stimulus for written work. Authors include Kwame Alexander, Sihle Nontshokweni, Michael Rosen, Polly Ho-Yen, Shaun Tan, Anne Frank, and Paul Harfleet.  These books are shared with our children in daily read sessions, which help promote our aims and values that our pupils at Inmans have a good understanding of the diverse world we live in.