London Curriculum

The London Curriculum places the cultural life of London at the heart of key stage 3 learning.

What is the London Curriculum?

The Mayor’s London Curriculum is an exciting programme that brings the new national curriculum to life, inspired by London’s people, places and heritage.

We’ve developed 15 free teaching resources schools can use. These support key stage 3 in English, Music, Art and Design, Geography and History. Register today and you’ll get instant access to the full suite of resources.

Join over 160 schools that now get FREE:

  • teaching resources to help learning in and outside school - developed by the Royal Geographical Society, Museum of London, Institute of Education and other experts
  • exclusive evening sessions for teachers at leading London venues including the National Portrait Gallery, British Library, British Museum and Shakespeare’s Globe
  • competitions, events and other opportunities for students to showcase their learning


We’ll have new London Curriculum resources in STEM subjects from this July. Languages, Personal, Social and Health Education (PSHE), citizenship and RE will follow in 2016.

London schools - get involved!

If you are a London secondary school and would like to make the most of this opportunity to enrich your teaching, register now! Please note the resources and activities are currently targeted at key stage 3.

London cultural and heritage organisations

The London Curriculum offers a great way for cultural organisations to build new relationships with schools in London. The programme was designed specifically to showcase the fantastic learning opportunities within the city and we want to ensure it celebrates as many offers to schools as possible. There are many ways to get involved, so get in touch for some ideas on how you can help support the programme.

To find out more, please email curriculum@london.gov.uk

Testimonials from teachers:

Out of all the resources available online to support teaching, the London curriculum ones are the strongest.
The idea of using London as a teaching resource has never been explored much before, so both students and teachers are excited about it.
Students are intrigued by it.
It’s going to help make our students active citizens.


Testimonials from students:

I have found my London Curriculum lessons fun and exciting.
I think the curriculum is really fun and makes me learn more about the history of where I live.
We’re learning about London in English and History and it makes me feel proud to be a Londoner.
The London Curriculum Lessons are really different because we can see, touch and interact with our lessons.


Resources

Download sample subject units here