Humanities, MFL & Equality
New Bewerley provides a curriculum that recognises that inequality can prevent learners from achieving their best outcomes. We provide a curriculum that includes all learners but we feel the humanities and MfL subjects are vital for providing all learners with opportunities to discuss diversity, heritage, ethnicity, race, injustice, and equality.
The school also provides a curriculum that meets the needs of all learners including SEND and More-Able. Please click on the link below to read the school's equality objectives. Also, visit the school Information Page to read about the Cultural Cohesion Quality Mark - this is an award we aim to achieve soon.
By becoming a Geographer at New Bewerley Community School, all pupils are exposed to opportunities to develop their knowledge and understanding of these concepts: locational knowledge, place knowledge, human and physical geography, and geographical skills and fieldwork.
Please click the Geography icon below to read our curriculum Intent, Implement and Impact statements.
By becoming a Historian at New Bewerley Community School, all pupils are exposed to opportunities to deepen their understanding of historical and significant happenings of the past within Britain and the wider world.
Please click the History icon below to read our curriculum Intent, Implement and Impact statements.
By becoming a Theologist at New Bewerley Community School, all pupils have the opportunity to learn about different religions, beliefs, values and traditions.
Please click the RE icon below to read our curriculum Intent, Implement and Impact statements.
At New Bewerley Community School as Spanish speakers, all children are inspired and excited to develop the four key Spanish language skills: listening, speaking, reading and writing.
Please click the Spanish icon below to read our Intent, Implement, Impact statements.