Our curriculum, underpinned by our values, is created by our staff for our pupils. This makes Bevington learners inquisitive and resilient. All children are entitled to an inspiring and challenging curriculum. This will equip them with the skills to succeed in life. Each year careful planning builds upon previous learning. There is a clear progression, which leads to high quality outcomes. While based on the National Curriculum, all subjects are mapped out with our context in mind. We link learning across all subjects. Engaging topics incorporate our specialism in STEM and our commitment to humanities and the arts.
Our curriculum topics for 2019/2020 are as follows:
|Aut 1||Aut 2||Spr 1||Spr 2||Sum 1||Sum 2|
|Nursery||Making Friends||Exploring Autumn||Exploring Winter||Learning About People||Exploring Spring||Exploring Summer|
|Reception||Learning About Us||Exploring Autumn||Exploring Winter||Celebrations||Exploring Spring||Exploring Summer|
|Victorians||Travel and Transport||Rivers||Great Fire of London||Farming|
|Year 2||Brazil||The Gunpowder Plot||The Arctic||Castles||Sporting Heroes||Bees|
|Year 3||Japan||World War Two||Scotland||Romans||Coasts||Carnival|
|Year 4||Tudors||Iceland||Early Britain||Local Architecture||Caribbean||Ancient Greece|
|Year 6||Ancient Egypt||Rainforests||Natural Disasters||Crime and Punishment||Urban Landscapes||Future Citizens|
Curriculum Map 2019-20
For an overview of our curriculum in each year group, please see our curriculum map by clicking below. This curriculum map sets out the learning topics across each phase of the school, as well as key texts and trips which will be used to support learning.
To find out more…
Please see our individual subjects pages by clicking the button below.
On each page you will find a description of our curriculum approach along with a detailed progression map.
Alternatively we would encourage parents to discuss the year group curriculum with their child’s class teacher. For more subject-specific information, please speak to the office and we will direct you to the relevant Subject Leader.