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King Solomon International Business School


Curriculum Early Years Key Stage 1 and 2  

P Curriculum

At King Solomon we aim to provide all students with a broad, balanced and innovative curriculum which ensures a robust focus on gaining strong skills in literacy and numeracy as building blocks for future learning and progress.

A curriculum driven by our vision

In line with the vision of the school, there are three main strands to the curriculum.

The Main Curriculum

In the early years of their Primary Phase, students focus on phonics (Letter and Sounds), spoken language, reading and writing and numeracy

In year 1-6 students are taught a broad and balanced curriculum and this is based on the national curriculum, which includes:  English, Maths, Science, Modern Foreign Languages, Computing, Geography, History, Citizenship, Art and Design, Physical Education, Design and Technology. In addition, at King Solomon, our students also study Religion Education (RE). Our RE syllabus follows the Birmingham agreed RE syllabus.

Students are prepared throughout the curriculum to develop an international mindset and  good character.


Curriculum Map 

Curriculum Maestro

English Curriculum


English Writing Curriculum Map

    English Reading Curriculum Maps




              Year 1       Year 2           Year3              Year 4

           Year 5       Year 6



Maths Curriculum




Year 1 Overview


Year 2 Overview 


Year 3 Overview



Year 4 Overview                  


Year 5 Overview               


Year 6 Overview




RE Curriculum

 Curriculum Coverage Map  


The International Business and Enterprise

International business is  the specialism of the school. This thread, woven into the curriculum throughout the school, seeks to develop student’s attitudes, skills and understanding of enterprise, the wealth creation process, international trade and the challenges and opportunities that result from globalisation and the emergence of new trading blocs.  Our International Business Hierarchy of Learning diagram below provides a snapshot of how a student’s knowledge in international business and enterprise will progress through their life at the school.

The international business thread  of the curriculum is being developed in partnership with international business companies. This will significantly bring added value to the school’s curriculum and enrichment offer through their specialist input, international business curriculum, business mentorship, work placements and internships in the UK and abroad.

The Character Development

The character development thread, embodied in the Christian ethos of the school, seeks to develop pupils' moral, civic, performance and intellectual character virtues to enable them to become outstanding citizens and to make a positive contribution to the moral and social fabric of their society. Our character development framework is based on the 9 character virtues associated with the Biblical Fruit of the Spirit: love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, trustworthiness, gentleness, and self-control.

The Student Council nominates a charity to support annually and organises events to raise funds. Our children are encouraged to take part in charity giving. Christian Aid week, for example, is promoted and supported throughout the school.



Homework is compulsory at the school; it is seen as one of the additional but key methods in which pupil achievement can be raised. The importance and benefit of completing homework will be instilled in our students at the outset of joining King Solomon in order that independent home study becomes routine. The use of digital technologies and our Virtual Learning Platform will be encouraged. Our home learning tasks are set on ClassDojo. Please see our ClassDojo information page to learn more. 

Examination and Assessment Results: School performance

Early Years GLD 79%
Year 1 Phonics 90%


Reading 70%

Writing 57%

Maths 61%

Combined 57%
Year 4 MTC 87%

Year 6 SATS results













Early Year Foundation Stage 

In Early Years Foundation Stage children are assessed against 17 goals and at the end of the year they gain judgements emerging (still some skills to acquire) expected (at the level) exceeded (above the level).

All children are expected to get to the required levels in Communication and Language, Physical Development, Personal, Social and Emotional Development, Reading, Writing and Mathematics (12 goals) in total. This is classified nationally as a Good Level of Development.