Developing Children's Cultural Capital
Cultural Capital in our school is developed through the combination of knowledge, behaviours and skills being taught through enrichment experiences and opportunities. Cultural Capital provides our children with an extended 'superpower' that they can develop further and use in becoming successful both now and in their future lives. Understanding is key to developing themselves within the world that they live and grow up in.
Class Cultural Capital Overviews
The following plans identify the curriculum enhancements, opportunities and experiences that are planned for each class group.
World Religion Curriculum Day 2024
We held a special Curriculum Day to develop our knowledge and understanding of different people's beliefs and celebrations.
It was fantastic to welcome our visitors to school who brought learning to life and shared their experiences.
The children at Bradleys Both held a special celebration for the King Charles III's Coronation
MP Julian Smith Visits Bradleys Both
Julian Smith visited school in February 2024 to meet the children, tour our school and talk to school leaders about the challenges of being a small school. It was a pleasure to welcome Julian to our school.
Diversity Overview Plan
See the attached plan for further whole school development and improvement for 2023-2024.