What you seem to be describing is a premade template of ideas that is installed as the starter mindset or worldview for new beings. The word "paradigm" might fit this description:
par·a·digm (ˈperəˌdīm) noun
(technical) a typical example or pattern of something; a model.
"there is a new paradigm for public art in this country"
synonyms: model, pattern, example, exemplar, template, standard, prototype, archetype
"why should your sets of values be the paradigm for the rest of us?"
- a worldview underlying the theories and methodology of a particular scientific subject.
"the discovery of universal gravitation became the paradigm of successful science"
a set of linguistic items that form mutually exclusive choices in particular syntactic roles.
"English determiners form a paradigm: we can say “a book” or “his book” but not “a his book.”"
late 15th century: via late Latin from Greek paradeigma, from paradeiknunai ‘show side by side,’ from para- ‘beside’ + deiknunai ‘to show.’
You might also like something like "pre-learning":
"The first generation of youth will be born with our proprietary Pre-Learning paradigm of knowledge. By the year 2035, we hope to upgrade Pre-Learning to include not just words, but also sights, tastes, smells--memories of all the five senses."
Some other words that might make good roots:
model, example, original, pattern, ideal, norm, perspective, prototype, archetype, exemplar, beau ideal, example, ideal, mirror, model, pattern, standard, view
Genetic memory is an existing term that might also fit your needs:
In psychology, genetic memory is a memory present at birth that exists in the absence of sensory experience, and is incorporated into the genome over long spans of time. It is based on the idea that common experiences of a species become incorporated into its genetic code, not by a Lamarckian process that encodes specific memories but by a much vaguer tendency to encode a readiness to respond in certain ways to certain stimuli.