Topic, experiences or content that are omitted from or left out in the written curriculum may be termed as.
Content which is often omitted from a written curriculum can be termed as unwritten, unintended lessons or view points that students learn in school. Such content is linked to recognition that student absorb lessons that are not part of the formal course of study. An example of such content can be telling students on how to relate with each other and how to respond to adults. Such content is often uninformed by students, teachers and the wider community.