Grammar Curriculum

Transform literacy through grammar

Designing and resourcing a well-sequenced grammar curriculum takes time, and delivering personalised grammar teaching in an engaging way is a challenge. Bedrock’s innovative and engaging grammar curriculum is here to help.

Watch: Improving literacy through grammar

We know that a firm grasp of grammar is a bedrock of literacy; it is crucial to your learners becoming expert readers and communicators. But let’s face it, teaching grammar can be tricky. Bedrock Grammar is here to make a difference. It teaches a deep understanding of language and how it works. It helps learners understand the effect of different grammatical choices and it improves written accuracy and fluency.

Grammar lessons, transformed.
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Bedrock Grammar immerses students in engaging learning experiences, using engaging stories, video, interactive activities and scaffolded writing opportunities.

Everything is taught through original fiction and non-fiction. No decontextualised grammar learning here!

Features built for impact


Holistic assessment

Build a complete understanding of your learners’ grammatical knowledge using our diagnostic tool and progress tracker.


Video teaching

Engaging animated videos deliver outstanding grammar teaching within culturally enriching contexts.

Grammar learning through texts

Research tells us grammar is best learned in context, so learning is all delivered through original fiction and non-fiction.


Challenging range of learning activities

Learners are encouraged to move beyond the basics and apply new knowledge and skills to their own writing, while understanding the impact of different choices.


Alignment to key milestones

For primary learners, all knowledge and questions are aligned to the requirements of SATs. It’s excellent preparation for your learners and saves you time and resources.

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Bedrock in action at Taverham High School

"Overall, we are seeing that reading comprehension across our Key Stage 3 learners has improved by 20%."

Dale Timbers, Literacy Lead at Taverham High School