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Curriculum

 

Home Learning:

The school is now closed for most of our children.  On this page we have put together a selection of web links to support children whilst home learning, in addition to work set by your child's class teacher.  Your class teacher will set work via our regular on line websites on a weekly basis.  Please encourage your child to access the activities regularly and contact your class teacher via email if you experience any difficulties.

Message from Mrs Willcocks

Dear Children,

I hope you are continuing to stay well and safe at home with your family.  It is really important that you do some learning each day from the activities your class teacher has set for you and sent to your home email each week.  In addition, 0n this page there are some internet links to websites which you can access by clicking on the links using a computer, laptop, tablet or smart phone.  It is also very important to do some exercise every day to help you keep fit and healthy and to support your learning.  Please help your family at this time by helping around the house, playing nicely with brothers and sisters and listening carefully to your parents.  Remember to follow the advice you are given and to wash your hands properly and frequently.

I am really looking forward to seeing you all again when we can return to school.

Mrs Willcocks

English:

Phonics:                                    Read Write Inc. (https://www.ruthmiskin.com/en/)             

                                                     Speed sounds lessons, Storytime with Nick, Poetry Time films - EYFS-KS1

Audiobooks:                            Audible  (https://stories.audible.come/start-listen)             

                                                     All children's audiobooks available free during school closures - All ages

Elevenses with the World of David Walliams

                                                     Website: (https://worldofdavidwalliams.com/elevenses/one free audio book reading is                                                                     available to listen to every day 

Poetry:                                       The Children's Poetry Archive -  Listen to poetry read out loud - EYFS - KS2

                                                     (https://childrens/poetryarchive.org/)               

Maths:

Numberblocks:                       (https://bbc.co.uk/cbeebies/grownups/help-your-child-with-maths

                                                       Videos and fun activities - EYFS-KS1

Maths Games:                          Top Marks (https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games)     

                                                       Interactive maths games by age group KS1 - KS2

Science:

BBC Bitesize                             (https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/primary)                               

                                                       Interactive resources covering the curriculum KS1-KS2

PE:

Boogie Beebies                         (https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b006mvsc

                                                        videos to dance to with BBC presenters - EYFS

Super Movers                             (https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/supermovers)                             

                                                         videos to move to as you learn - KS1-KS2

Computing:

KS1 Computing                         (https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/subjects/zyhbwmn)             

                                                        digital literacy, e-safety and how computers work - KS1

Keyboard Skills                         (https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zf2f9j6/articles/z3c6tfr

                                                        learn how to touch type on a keyboard - KS1-KS2

E-safety                                       (https://www.safetynetkids.org.uk/personal-safety/staying-safe-online/

                                                        Remember the rules for staying safe online! KS1-KS2

Various Subjects:

Gardening Activities:              (https://schoolgardening.rhs.org.uk/home)     gardening activities, quizzes - EYFS-KS2

Making Play Dough                 (https://abcdoes.com/abc-does-a-blog/2010/08/21/playdough-recipes/)  

Thinking Puzzles                      (https://wordwall.net/)     go to example games for a wide range of subjects KS1-KS2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Well Done to everyone across the school for working with their family on the Homework. The wonderful creations about 'The Woman at the Well' story are going to be proudly displayed in the hall. (See below)

Whole school Homework - Half Term Autumn 2019:

For this half term holiday, we are going to set a ‘whole school’ homework project.

Following on from the 8 words we chose to link our Christian Values with our Route 2 Resilience program last academic year (Curiosity, Courage, Confidence, Perseverance, Problem Solving, Imagination, Independence & Resilience), our next step along our spiritual journey is to learn about the bible story we have chosen to learn about at different levels throughout the school. The homework for Joy class is to see to if they are able to work with adults to find the story of ‘The Woman at the well’ in a bible. Each child from Peace, Hope and Faith Class need to find out about the story of ‘The Woman at the Well’.

Their understanding of the story will be explored through discussions, art, writing, drama, dance, music, song and other activities, at appropriate levels, next half term. The children are welcome to bring a record of anything they have done to find out about the story that can be shared across the school, when we return.

To start inspiring them, below is an image that will be explored of ‘Jesus with the Woman at the well’ by Jhoti Sahi.

 

Click here for Maths Workshop 2019 Presentation

Click here for Maths Workshop 2019 Parent Handout 

 

Click here for 'Parent's Assessment Presentation'

Click here to see the Mathematics curriculum in detail

 

Click here to see the English curriculum in detail

Click here to see the Science curriculum in detail

Click here to see the PE curriculum in detail

Click here to see PE Sport Premium Allocation

Click here to see the Computing curriculum in detail

Click here to see the RE curriculum in detail

Click here to see the Music curriculum in detail

Click here to see the PSHCE curriculum in detail

 

Welcome to reading in KS2

 

Topic Work information

Joy Class plan for learning from the children's interests.

Peace, Hope & Faith Classes have a 2 year rolling programme and work independently of each other.

FOR 2019-2020 THE WHOLE SCHOOL IS FOLLOWING CYCLE B

 

Cycle A -  2018-19.    Cycle B - 2019-2020  

Term

Class 2

Class 3

Class 4

A - Autumn 1

Carnival of the animals, mammals and fish

Ancient Egyptians

The Greeks

A - Autumn 2

 

Carnival of the animals, mammals and fish

Ancient Egyptians

Native Americans

A - Spring 1

Weather experts, seasonal changes

Geography skills - Countries of the World

Monarchs

A - Spring 2

Weather experts, seasonal changes

Geography skills - Countries of the World

 

Earth Matters

A - Summer 1

 

Toys and books

Stone and Iron Ages

Lights, Camera, Action!

A - Summer 2

A day in the life

Stone and Iron Ages

End of year show

 

B - Autumn 1

 

Transport

Romans

Dinosaurs and Fossils

B - Autumn 2

Transport

 

Romans

Shang Dynasty of China

B - Spring 1

 

Monarchs

Regional Study - UK

World Geography - Fair Trade

B - Spring 2

Florence Nightingale

Regional Study - UK

World Geography - Brazilian Rainforests

B - Summer 1

 

Oceans and seas

 

Local History

Local Area Study - Maps

B - Summer 2

Oceans and seas

Local History

 

End of year show

 In Joy and Peace classes, phonics are taught daily in ability groups from the 2 classes. The scheme followed is 'Read, Write, Inc'.