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MANOR SCHOOL

ACHIEVING TOGETHER

Wider Curriculum @ Manor

Wider Curriculum 2018 - 2019

 

We believe that pupils learn best when they are immersed in their learning, we also believe that it is important for lessons to be linked to real life contexts.

 

This year we are launching a new wider curriculum. Where possible subjects will be taught in cross-curricular lessons and each class will take part in a whole school event or activity at the end of each term.

 

We are also very excited to announce that we have used £7000 of the money raised through Friends of Manor to provide our pupils with a trip or experience each term as part of our commitment to taking learning beyond the classroom. 

 

At the start of each term, parents are invited to a drop-in curriculum information session to share the curriculum focuses for that term and discuss ways that you can support at home.

Dates for curriculum drop-In sessions for parents

(These session will be straight after school in your child's classroom)

 

 

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

 

Year

R &1

Year 2

Year 3

Year 4

Year

5 & 6

 

 

Term 1

 

17.9.18

18.9.18

19.9.18

20.9.18

21.9.18

 

Term 2

 

29.10.18

30.10.18

31.10.18

1.11.18

2.11.18

 

Term 3

 

14.1.19

8.1.19

9.1.19

10.1.19

11.1.19

 

Term 4

 

25.2.19

26.2.19

27.2.19

28.2.19

1.3.19

 

Term 5

 

29.4.19

23.4.19

24.4.19

25.4.19

26.4.19

 

Term 6

 

3.6.19

4.6.19

5.6.19

6.6.19

7.6.19

  Term 1  Term 2 Term 3 Term 4 Term 5 Term 6

Whole School Theme

 

Manor Through The Ages

 

Inspirational People

Create & Perform

Making things happen

The World

Enterprise

Whole School Outcome

 

Open Classroom Afternoon -

Happy 122nd Birthday Manor!

 

Sharing Assembly

Poetry Slam / Campfire Evening

2 Day Science Fair

1 day Classroom Festival

Summer Fair Product

EYFS

Living Memory (This is me)

 

Columbus

Brunel

Everyday superheroes

 

Dinosaurs

Growth

Space

Mini Beasts

Year 1

 

The Manors of Manor

(local area lived)

 

Picasso

Simmonds

Nightingale

Our Senses

 

Life Cycle

The British Isles

Arts and Crafts

Year 2

 

How your Grandparents lived

(60’s / 70’s)

 

Vivaldi

Dahl

Rowling

Julia Donaldson

Plants

Italy

Seaside

(Punch and Judy)

Year 3

Romans

 

Newton

Redgrave

 

Oliver Jeffers

Forces

Australia

Manor Gallery

Year 4

Ancient Egyptians

Seacole

Curie

Nature Art and Poetry

RAF Glider Challenge

USA Roadtrip

 

Nosh to Dosh

(Create the world’s best chocolate treat)

 

Year 5

Victorians

Darwin

Hawking

 

Rap and Rhyme

Michael Rosen

 

Science fiction

Asia

Garden Centre

Year 6

The Elizabethan World

 

Shakespeare

Kandinsky

Fibonacci

(& Darwinism)

 

Art creations and poetry

Understanding how our world works

Spain & South America

Dragons Den

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