Humanities at Bevington encompasses both History and Geography.
History is a key part of the Curriculum; it allows children to understand why and how events have happened throughout History and how this has impacted on modern life. Through our teaching, children become inquisitive and are able to pose questions about different time periods, therefore taking control of their own learning. Children learn the skills to be able to analyse evidence as well as gaining an understanding of chronological time.
Geography at Bevington encourages children to ask and answer questions about the natural and human world. As a school, we have children from all over the world, so Geography helps them to understand place and celebrate different societies and cultures. We particularly celebrate this during our annual International Day that brings the whole world to Bevington where children and the community can enjoy activities, food and music from around the world. In Geography, we encourage all our children to think about sustainability and what they can do to help our environment.
Our learning in Humanities forms the backbone of our topic-based curriculum, which runs throughout the school.