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Land Ahoy Launch Day in KS1 - February 2018

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An example of one of our ‘Memorable Experiences’ to launch a new theme!

We believe that 'Curriculum' is everything that we 'do' and 'teach' in school.  It's the way we engage with each other; it's the way we engage the children in their learning; and it's the way we provide opportunities for all of our children.

In Key Stage One, we use the 'Cornerstones Curriculum' as a way to ensure we cover all the skills required by The National Curriculum. Children's learning is cross curricular and is based on  themes, which change every term.

 

We try to give our children opportunities and experiences that they may not otherwise have - these includes visitors from specialists and visits out to places the children may never have been before. Our themes, visitors and trips for this year so far are detailed below:

 

Year One

Term 1 Superheroes

Air Ambulance

Visit to St Peter’s Junior School to look for Prof. Slime’s bad rules

Superhero Dance led by professional dance Teacher

Term 2 Paws, Claws and Whiskers

Mrs Williams ‘Meet the Mouse’ Outdoor Learning session

Owls to Behold visit

Term 3 Moon Zoom

Term 4 Bright Lights, Big City

Term 5 The Enchanted Woodland

Mrs Williams Outdoor Learning, Bee Keeper

Term 6 Splendid Skies

Laura Tobin (GMB) Weather Presenter

Year 2

Term 1 - Wriggle and Crawl

House of Venom visit

Trip to Manor Fields for a minibeast walk

Bee keeping suit and honey to try

Term 2 - Bounce

Hot Shots taster session

Term 3 - Beat Band Boogie

Joodoo Drums visit

Sixties Club Band performance

Manor School instrument teaching

Term 4 - Dinosaur Planet

Visit to either Gulliver's Land or Natural History Museum

Term 5 - Memory Box

Tea party and invitation to grandparents to join us

Term 6 - Rio de Vida

Carnival day

 

The theme units have been carefully selected to ensure the curriculum is broad and balanced and that all National Curriculum Programmes of Study are taught.

 

Letter about Cornerstones Curriculum

Year One and Two Curriculum Maps and links to National Curriculum

Information about the PE Curriculum

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