Curriculum Intent, Implementation and Impact
The Curriculum is taught through 6 topics across the year and these can be found below along with the key vocabulary.
2021 Term 6 Curriculum Webs and Key Vocabulary Lists
2021 Term 5 Curriculum Webs and Key Vocabulary Lists
2021 Term 4 Curriculum Webs and Key Vocabulary Lists
2021 Term 3 Curriculum Webs and Vocabulary Lists
Year 6 Topic Web
Year 6 Vocabulary
Year 5 Topic Web
Year 5 Vocabulary
Year 4 Topic Web
Year 4 Vocabulary
Year 3 Topic Web
Year 3 Vocabulary
Year 2 Topic Web
Year 2 Vocabulary
Year 1 Topic Web
Year 1 Vocabulary
Year R Topic Web and Vocabulary
2020/2021 Term 2 Curriculum Webs and Vocabulary Lists
2020/2021 Term 1 Curriculum Webs and Vocabulary Lists
Latin is the ancient language pupils study at Bean, helping children discover the roots of many of the words used in English today. It also forms the basis of the European languages, which pupils go on to study at secondary school.
The Kent Agreed RE Syllabus forms the basis of the religious education taught across the key stages at Bean Primary. Teachers make links to topics where possible to ensure pupils' learning is contextualised. A broad range of faiths are covered, helping to foster tolerance and acceptance of different faiths, cultures, and those not from a faith background.
School Code of Conduct
The evidence of our curriculum is not simply found in the textbooks of pupils, but in the behaviors, attitudes and conduct of the whole school community. Below is the agreed Code of Conduct pupils have signed up to:
School Code of Conduct
At Bean Primary School children show respect by …
- taking part and taking turns (UNCRC article 29)
- listening to others (UNCRC article 12)
- having respect for themselves and others (UNCRC article 29)
- taking pride in their work, class, school and environment (UNCRC articles 28 & 29)
- having a go and trying their best (UNCRC article 28)
- making mistakes and learning from them (UNCRC article 28)
- having high expectations of themselves (UNCRC article 28)
- enjoying their learning experiences together (UNCRC articles 13 & 29)
- demonstrating and using good manners (UNCRC article 29)
- finding solutions to difficult situations (UNCRC articles 12 & 13)
- having fun! (UNCRC article 31)
Written with specific reference to:
The United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC), January 1992 and the Department for Education (DfE) guidance on ‘Promoting British Values’, November 2014.
Further information about aspects of our curriculum can be found below.