The National Curriculum runs on a two year cycle due to our split year group classes. The links below give an overview of the coverage of the New National Curriculum.
Enquiry based learning is the basis for how many areas of the curriculum are taught and many subjects are linked through a range of cross curricular opportunities. Termly topic areas are planned for and these enable the cross curricular links to take place so that pupils do not see subjects in isolation.
Find out about our Year 5/6 curriculum:
We created our own artistic interpretations of French landmarks.
In English we are reading ‘There’s a Boy in the Girls’ Bathroom.’ Today we debated weather it is possible to buy friendship, like one of the characters in the book.
We really enjoyed our cross-
We used a conscience alley to help us explore ‘There’s a Boy in the Girls’ Bathroom’ as part of our drama learning.
We are learning how to mix colours, in art, using ‘Pointillism.’ We have enjoyed looking at the work of Georges Seurat for inspiration.
We had a fantastic time at Colne Valley Railway! We learnt all about life in the Victorian era.
We enjoyed learning about the physical geography of France and making 3D maps.
Today we made our own weather forecasts to help us learn about the climate in France.