Here you will find information about our curriculum for the year and more detailed curriculum maps for each half term. The timetable will show you what subjects the children participate in throughout the week.
Pupils should continue to read regularly at home (a minimum of 5 times a week), and parents should sign reading records.
In Year 6, we work very closely as a team to create an exciting broad curriculum. When planning lessons, we use the children’s previous knowledge, experiences and interests to motivate, challenge and engage them. Our English curriculum follows a book-led approach, where children will read high quality texts to inspire creative writing.
Our maths curriculum will be exploring different units such as place value, the four operations, geometry and ratio.
In History, children will be learning about Charles Darwin (linked with schience) and all about World War II. In Geography, we will be learning all about settlements. Science is enquiry led, focusing on topics such as, electricity, evolution, inheritance and living things.
Pupils will also be set spellings on a weekly basis and will be expected to practise their times tables on TT Rockstars. Spellings will be tested on Wednesdays. Spellings can also be practised using www.spellingshed.com.
At Beaumont, we believe in celebrating the success of our pupils at every suitable opportunity, from the smallest to the grandest achievement. We know that positive reinforcement is an important part of each pupil’s personal growth and it is something we are proud to facilitate.
The children are awarded Dojo points for good work and effort, good behaviour, achievement or by showing good manners to teachers and their peers. You will be given the opportunity to see these points build up instantly through the Dojo App. At 50 points marker, your child receives a GOLDEN sticker from the Headteacher
As teachers we are always thrilled when a child or group of children obtain a personal best, do something extraordinary or show great community spirit.
At Beaumont, we are keen to promote a lifelong love of reading and want to encourage the children in any way we can. We encourage our children to read widely and often; rewarding reading behaviours. This may be for recommending a book to a friend, sharing a book review, trying a different genre, increasing the amount of time spent reading or talking confidently about the books read. Children can receive certificates and badges which are presented in assemblies and take home the Reading Dog Basket which is a real treat!
Meet the Team