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Enriching the Curriculum

Curriculum Enrichment

At Hutton Rudby Primary School we believe that it is important for children to be able to apply their classroom learning to new situations. To encourage them to do this, and become more confident in doing so, we are very keen to give our children access to a wide range of trips, activities and enriching opportunities within the curriculum.

We feel that our broad, enriched curriculum coupled with our Cultural Capital Passport Challenges provide our children with many experiences which broad their horizons culturally, promotes a healthy body and mind, allows individual excellence and life long learner always focussing on determination.

A Whole School Approach

Here are just some of the ways Hutton Rudby Primary School delivers an enriching curriculum.

  • Rights Respecting Schools
  • Various sporting trips with Stokesley Cluster
  • Christmas Church Services
  • Fundraising
  • Class / Key Stage Picture News Assembly
  • School Council & Eco Team
  • Newsround
  • Anti-Bullying Week
  • Mental Health Week
  • World Book Day
  • Sports Week
  • Science Week
  • Eco-Team events – e.g. Switch Off Fortnight, The Big Battery Hunt, Waste Week
  • Leven Online Radio
  • Children offered the opportunity to learn to play a musical instrument in the following: Piano, Clarinet, Keyboard, Saxophone, Flute, Trombone, Violin, Percussion, Guitar
  • Yoga
  • School plays / nativities / musicals
  • Visitors to school e.g. the fire service and the Islamic Diversity Group
  • Inter-house sports tournaments

Children’s educational experiences have also been enriched by visits to the following places:

  • Out of Bound Residential visits in Year 6
  • Year 6 World War Battlefields trip to Belgium and France
  • Year 6 visit to London & Bletchley Park
  • Alnwick Castle
  • Flamingo Land Zoo
  • Bolton Castle
  • Hadrian’s Wall/Roman Army Museum
  • The Deep
  • Castleford Snow Centre
  • Viking Village experience in Rydal
  • Oriental/Botanical Gardens in Durham
  • Scarborough Castle
  • The Royal Armouries
  • Monk Park Farm

This list is not exhaustive, and teachers are discovering new, exciting places to take the children every year! Our children also have the opportunity to explore the village when this is appropriate to the areas of the curriculum that they are studying.


Sports England
Osted Good
ICT Mark
Healthy Schools
Active Mark
Arts Council
The FA

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