Bellfield Junior School

‘Building the foundations for your child's future - together'

Curriculum Statement

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At Bellfield Junior School, we celebrate and welcome differences within our diverse school community.  We are committed to meeting the requirements of the primary National Curriculum and its content and challenge. This is under pinned by the teaching of knowledge, skills, concepts and values.  We promote a love of learning and constantly provide enrichment opportunities inside and outside of school to support, engage and promote progress in learning.  At Bellfield Junior School, we have a strong ethos of inclusion and ensure all children are included in the learning.

We believe Bellfield Junior School should provide a happy, stable and safe learning environment within our school and the wider community. Our curriculum builds positive attitudes and values which prepare children for lifelong learning and future successes.

Our children are confident, connected, actively involved and lifelong learners.

Please see our curriculum statements by clicking on the subject to read more about the Curriculum at Bellfield Junior School (also, click here to see our 'Bellfield Child' - our ambition for every child before they leave BJS)

Aims

Reading: To promote a love of reading, alongside a curriculum that broadens vocabulary, develops fluency and comprehension across all areas of Key Stage Two and beyond.

Writing and GPS: To deliver an exciting and inspiring English curriculum which enables and empowers children’s written and oral knowledge and understanding.

Maths: To deliver a maths curriculum that equips children to think mathematically and have the reasoning skills to solve problems, preparing them for life beyond school.

Science: To deliver an engaging curriculum which provides children with the opportunities to investigate and understand the world around them through working scientifically.

Art: To deliver an exciting and rigorous art education where experimentation, risk and innovation are encouraged.

Computing: To deliver an engaging and inclusive computing curriculum to equip our children for a digital life.

Design and Technology: To deliver an inspiring and practical DT education where creativity, imagination and problem solving are encouraged.

Geography: To deliver a curriculum that will inspire in pupils a curiosity and wonder of the world in which they live in.

History: To deliver a curriculum where the study of History will enable pupils to gain a coherent knowledge and understanding of the society in which they live and that of the wider world.

Music: To deliver a curriculum that engages, encourages and inspires pupils to develop a love of music.

MfL (French): To deliver a curriculum that inspires children to want to learn languages other than English, now and in the future.

P.E.: To deliver a high-quality physical education curriculum that inspires all pupils to live a healthy lifestyle and to participate, succeed and excel in competitive sport and other physically demanding activities.

P.S.H.E.E.: To develop children’s opinions and their critical understanding of the local community and the wider world.

R.E.: To develop children’s experiences and understanding of Christianity and the traditions of other religions, in preparation for them to live, flourish and work in a global community. (B’ham Agreed Syllabus 2007)