Easter break

We wish you all a happy Easter and look forward to hearing about all the fun activies the children have have taken part in during the holidays when they return to school on the 16th April 2024.


Fantastic Finish 28th March 2024

Fantasic finish will take place on the 28th March from 1.00pm – 1.30pm.  Please come and see your child/childrens work during this time.





New Communication Portal

Our new communication portal has moved to the Reach More Parents APP.  We will be able to keep you up to date with everything that is happening in and around the school.

We are currently in the process of adding some amazing content; utilising the features that are available on the APP.

Please take a look around:

 Newsfeed – The awesome social media style newsfeed is the place to see all the exciting things happening across the school, targeted so you only see what is relevant to your family.

 Calendar – Don’t miss key events ever again. You can even sync directly to your own device’s calendar!

Messages – This is where you will receive information messages, invitations and even simple authorisations that you can complete at the swipe of a button. Be sure to enable push notifications so you don’t miss anything important.

 The Hub – In this area we will signpost you to other websites you may find useful such as a payments system, to pay for meals and trips, educational websites to help with learning such as Timetable Rockstars and even documentation such as policies that you may wish to read.

 Forms – Within the forms feature you will find various forms, some self-service for change of contact details so no more visits or calls to the school office and others that appear as and when they are required. Should completion of a form be required we will notify you.

Reach more parents APP

Reach More Parents information sheet


End of Term – Fantastic Finish!

We would like to invite all parents/careers to the school for 12pm on the 20th December 2023, so you can view your children’s amazing work!

You are then free to take your child/children home.  We look forward to seeing you.


Reading workshops

Mrs Cliff and Miss Younger led our most recent Reading Workshop, to enable parents to support their child/children with reading at home.  Please click on the link below to  access their presentation below: 

Reading Workshop 2023

Open Days

We are delighted to be able to welcome prospective parents, for children due to start in September 2024, into our school for a tour.  Open days will take place on:

Open day 1 – 6th October 9.30am and 1.30pm   Open day 1 – 6th October 2023

Open day 2 – 21st November 9.30am and 1.30pm   Open day 2 – 21st November 2023

Please contact the school on 01525 373019 or email office@beaudesert.school with the time you wish to attend.


At Beaudesert we aim to develop children’s natural curiosity about the world around them.  They are encouraged to ask questions and investigate in order to acquire scientific knowledge, understanding and skills.  Science is explored through observing, researching, measuring, questioning, recording and predicting.  Using these skills, children will explore a range of different topics including plants, materials and living things.  We believe thinking scientifically and problem solving can help children access learning across all subjects, not just science!

Curriculum Progression and Intent

Our curriculum is driven to prepare our children for life long learning. At Beaudesert, we offer a aspirational and vibrant curriculum for all learners.  We develop essential knowledge skills and understanding to ensure children have the skillset for later life. We encourage the development of new skills and experiences to broaden the children resilience, determination and integrity.

All curriculum areas are designed around the requirements of the national curriculum and provide a challenging and balanced education.  


The children have a sense of wonder and curiosity about places and features of the world.  The range and depth of the geographical knowledge and understanding of each child will increase.  The children will ask questions, and develop geographical skills to find answers to these using a range of sources.  The children will develop their geographical vocabulary and communicate their knowledge and understanding in a variety of ways.


The children have a passion and curiosity about the past.  The range and depth of historical knowledge of each child will increase, they will grow their chronological understanding.  The children will ask questions about the past and will find answers to these from a range of sources.  They will increasingly evaluate the reliability of historical courses and will communicate their knowledge and understanding in a variety of ways.

Physical Education

At Beaudesert we aim to provide high quality physical education curriculum that develops physically literate children and inspires all pupils to succeed, enjoy and take part in sport and physical activity for life. We recognise the importance of physically active and the benefits this has in supporting children’s learning and developing in all areas of the curriculum, as well as enhancing wellbeing. Physical activity is embedded within our curriculum to have a positive effect on behaviour, concentration, self-esteem and the ability to form relationships.

We are committed to developing a positive growth mindset towards physical activity as well as promoting the core values of perseverance, determination, respect and tolerance. Our vision is that children’s experience of physical activity will be positive, motivating and have a lasting impact.

PE Progression overview

PE Progression of Key Skills


Music teaching at Beaudesert aims to follow the specification of the National Curriculum: providing a broad, balanced and differentiated curriculum and ensuring the progressive development of musical concepts, knowledge and skills.  We believe that music plays and integral role in helping children to feel part of a community, therefore, providing opportunities for all children to create, play, perform and enjoy music both in class and to an audience.  Through assemblies and key stage performances, children showcase their talent and understanding of performing with awareness of others.  Lessons enable children to develop their skills, appreciate a wide variety of music and begin to appraise a range of musical genres.

Music Intent

Music curriculum map

Music Knowledge and Skills – Year R

Music Knowledge and Skills – Year 1

Music Knowledge and Skills – Year 2

Music Knowledge and Skills – Year 3

Music Knowledge and Skills – Year 4

Modern Foreign Languages

Our aim is for all pupil’s to be immersed in high quality language lessons that focus on communication and foster’s pupil’s curiosity and understanding of the world.

We aim to build strong foundations for learning a second language that will offer pupils the opportunity to explore relationships between language, identity and all other cultures in the world. As part of this study, the focus will be upon providing opportunities for pupils to communicate for practical purposes through song, rhyme, stories or poems, whilst learning new ways of thinking about the wilder world and their place within it.

MFL Progression Document

MFL Long Term Plans

Virtual Tour for new families

Our Lockdown Song!