What does your child learn at school each day? Find information about our curriculum subjects here.
The curriculum taught in Bredon Hancock's First School includes the National Curriculum (2014), but is broader than this and includes opportunities for children to learn what is absolutely relevant to them at a local, national and global level too. Our aim is to prepare the young people in our care for a changing world, giving them the skills, knowledge, resilience and resourcefulness they will need in the future. We build their learning power! (See below for more information). We are very much a Church of England school and all that we do is underpinned by our Christian Values that have their roots in Christian narrative. Much of our Social, Moral, Spiritual and Cultural aspects of our work come from our Christian distinctiveness and our Values curriculum.
The curriculum plans listed below include an overview of the National Curriculum and the types of enrichment activities that enhance this curriculum. The termly plans give more detailed information and will build up over time to give a picture of how the whole curriculum comes together during the year. Click on the plans you wish to view.
We use "Letters and Sounds" to teach phonics and support our teaching of Reading and Writing. Our reading scheme is made up of a range of publication types including Project X, Oxford Literacy Web, Rigby Rockets, and real books, and is designed to foster a love of books and reading in all our children.
If parents require any further information about the curriculum at Bredon Hancock's CE First School please make an appointment to see the class teacher or particular curriculum leader. Mrs Patrick in the school office will direct you to the appropriate person.