More than 600,000 children love learning with the Cornerstones Curriculum and resources.


More than 50 moving leaders in England and Wales have introduced the Cornerstones Curriculum to more than one school they have worked in.


More than 2,000 primary schools in England and Wales create their curriculum using Cornerstones.


Our products are used by British International Schools in countries around the World, including China, Cyprus and Uganda.

“Ofsted love the curriculum and it is what brought us through as a 'good' school.”
Richard Osler, Deputy Headteacher
Broad Oak Primary School
“Ofsted were extremely positive about the way that we had used the Cornerstones framework to 'revamp and expand our previously narrow curriculum' and told the school leaders that this had been a 'wise decision'.”
Ruth Scales, Assistant Head Teacher
Westwood Farm School
“You can see the impact when you talk to the children in my school, the parents, the staff and my governing body.”
Roulla Gabriel, Principal
Hockley Heath Primary School
“I believe it made a major contribution to our school moving from 'Requires Improvement' back to 'Good'.”
David Hall, Head Teacher
Brackensdale ER Junior School
“Cornerstones allows us to be creative and explore exciting themes through a robust teaching framework.”
Dominic Broad, Acting Deputy Head Teacher
Barry Island Primary School
“Cornerstones gave us all a fresh start and we've never looked back.”
Jill Bramwell, Deputy Head
Blackrod Primary School
“My daughter is totally engaged with the curriculum and coming home so happy ”
Karin, Parent of Year 5 pupil
St. Michael's RC Primary

Case Studies

Case Study: Improving reading and increasing enjoyment with Love to Read

Holmer Lake Primary School implemented Cornerstones Love to Read in September 2015, following the introduction of the Cornerstones Curriculum earlier in the year. A trial in Year 6 proved to be so successful that Love to Read was subsequently rolled out across Key Stage 2. Here’s how Love to Read helped to improve reading at… Read more

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Case Study: Increasing engagement with pupils, staff and parents

Hockley Heath Academy adopted the Cornerstones Curriculum and assessment, in September 2015. The impact on staff, parents and carers, and children has been so positive that the school has since implemented the Cornerstones EYFS Curriculum as well.   Starting point Principal Roulla Gabriel had a strong vision for the school and started making changes even… Read more

Case Study: ‘Requires improvement’ to ‘outstanding’ in 18 months

In 2011, Hardwick Primary School was in a difficult place. By Christmas, there was no headteacher, no governing body and the school was in special measures. In their 2014 Ofsted inspection, the school received an ‘outstanding’ grade. Here’s how Cornerstones was a part of their journey.

Case Study: Immediate impact

Blackrod Church School has a long-established commitment to creative learning. To prepare for the 2014 curriculum, they decided to make a change and purchased the Cornerstones Curriculum. The positive impact was immediately evident.

Case Study: Cornerstones philosophy in action

Since implementing the Cornerstones Curriculum, Sandringham Primary School has embraced the Cornerstones four-stage teaching and learning philosophy and has seen fantastic results.

Case Study: Teaching with Cornerstones over time

Saltersgate Junior School was one of the first schools to implement the Cornerstones Curriculum, back in 2011. They received an ‘outstanding’ grade in their most recent Ofsted inspection.