St Mary's Church, Beverley

making disciples

Beverley and its churches

Find out about sanctuary at the Minster and stories in the ceiling at St Mary’s. Explore these beautiful historic buildings. Compare the two! What can you see that is similar? How are these special places different? Be a detective for the day and use your senses to see, touch, listen and smell. We’ll investigate the buildings and the people who have brought them to life.

This visit includes art and design and writing and is suitable for either KS1 or KS2 pupils.

Full day visit to St Mary’s Church and the Minster.

Maximum one class of children at each site (the visit can accommodate two classes across the two sites).

Curriculum links

Key Stage 1

Art & Design – Develop a range of art techniques.

English – Writing down ideas and including new vocabulary.

History – Significant historical events, people and places in their own locality.

Relationships and Health Education – To take part in discussions and develop relationships through work.

RE – Belonging, believing and places of worship (N.B. Your visit can support learning in the new 2022 Locally Agreed Syllabus for Religion and Worldviews as well as the current 2016 Agreed Syllabus.)

Key Stage 2

Art & Design – Develop creativity.

English – Identify purpose of writing and select appropriate forms.

History – A local history study.

Relationships and Health Education– To think about the lives of people living in other times.

RE – How buildings and artefacts play a part in worship. (N.B. Your visit can support learning in the new 2022 Locally Agreed Syllabus for Religion and Worldviews as well as the current 2016 Agreed Syllabus.)

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