What we are learning
Please see the termly curriculum overviews below to see what learning we will be up to each term
Termly Curriculum Overviews
Far, Far Away/
- Create a simple map of the route from your house to our school.
- Take photos of your favourite places around Kiddiminster and make a scrap book - write what you love most about those places
- Make a postcard of your favourite place you have visited in the world - can you come and show us where it is on our world map?
- Ask your parents, grandparents or any family members for photos they have from the past. Let's share them to talk about how times may have changed.
- Create your own passport that you would take around the world with you.
- Find out about a very hot country or a very cold country and write a short fact file about it
- Write a list of items you would wear to a very hot/ very cold country
- Design your own superhero costumer
- Put on a costume and be your own superhero - what powers will you have? What will your superhero name be? Share this on a video
- Write a letter to your hero - tell them why they are your hero
- Read books about heroes (Little Readers is full of heroes!)
- Take photos of the heroes in your life - yourself, parents, grandparents, siblings, friends, teacher, celebrities etc.
- Talk to a real-life superhero (nurse, police person, charity worker etc.) and interview them - why do they do what they do?
- Draw, paint or collage your hero
- Write a poem about what makes a hero
Buckets and Spades
- Go in a trip to your nearest beach - take photos of the fun activities you get up to.
- Make a seaside in a jar - you could use things like sand, pebbles, shells and seaweed
- If you visit the beach, write us a postcard to tell us what you have been up to
- Make a model of a Victorian bathing machine
- Talk to older relatives and find out where they used to go on holiday. How is it different from today?
- Design your own swimming costume
- Fid out about different creatures you would find at the seaside
- Ask your family about where they have been on holiday - create a bar graph to show your results
- Design or make your own picnic that you would choose to take to the beach (either in the Victorian times or today)