3D PSHE is a comprehensive programme ensuring progression and cohesion in PSHE lessons for Nursery, Reception, Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2. Engaging, cross-curricular lessons are relevant and age-appropriate, covering modern British values, online safety and relationships and sex education with sensitivity. Fully planned and fully resourced, 3D PSHE schemes of work are ready to 'pick up and teach'!
Our whole-school approach gives brilliant value for money and includes PSHE Assemblies and standalone units for Extremism and Radicalisation, SRA and RSE.More info
Dimensions Primary Curriculum delivers the National Curriculum with cohesion and progression. Thematic Units bring learning to life through exciting, child-friendly topics. Fully resourced, Dimensions Primary Curriculum saves teachers’ time and engages all learners with dynamic lessons and quality resources.
Topics are designed to meet National Curriculum coverage for the arts and foundation subjects, with practical ideas to develop and apply literacy and numeracy skills in context of fun and dynamic cross-curricular lessons. Dimensions have created engaging topics and lessons with all the resources you need to deliver a creative curriculum.Click for more
Dimensions Creative Curriculum has the depth and breadth to cover and exceed the National Primary Curriculum in a creative way that engages all learners, bringing the curriculum to life!
Please get in touch with our Curriculum Consultants and tell us all about your school, so we can support you in delivering a broad and balanced curriculum with progression and cohesion!Get in touch
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This is what pupils think about the Dimensions Curriculum! October 2015
Ofsted's comments on the Dimensions Curriculum! March 2016
Headteachers praise the Dimensions Marking Systems! March 2016
Feedback about our training - September 2015