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Long Term Curriculum Map Cycle 1 (2014 – 2015)

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Autumn 1

Autumn 2

Spring 1

Spring 2

Summer 1

Summer 2

ILP (Imaginative Learning Project)  Peasants, Princes and Pestilence Time Traveler Frozen Kingdom Revolution (Victorian) ID. CSI. Beast Creator
Focus (Subject) History Art & Design Geography History Science Science
Memorable experience Visitor from the time - 14th century "pestilence" Visitors from different generations - Older person, Teenager, etc Make a giant iceberg Fire pit in the snow Teesside Uni - forensic visit?
Visits Ormsby Hall Victorian school day / Visitor from Skinningrove. Local Area - mapping Fairy Dell / Stewarts park - Bug hunt
Outdoor Learning Wild area - diary writing. Create a battle vow. Writing speeches. Use printing blocks. Create a knight's armor and weaponry. Use map of GB. Understand human and physical characteristics. Taking swabs - bacteria. Exploring sensory properties of herbs. Make a time machine Orienteering and rescue mission - hidden clues. Fire pit. Re-enactment of trek - barriers. Shelter and den building. School walkie talkies - restore calm to passengers Drill (PE) Local area - mapping Footprints - can you find the shoe? Cast of footprint. Scrap of material on a tree - DNA Symmetrical butterfly using leaves etc. Bug hunt - Stewarts park. Bug hotel Make beast using mod rock.
Innovate Stage  Scientific / historical Excavations Create a time machine! Devise a rescue plan! Investigate a crime scene. Create a superbeast to control or exterminate the outbreak. War of the worlds.
 

Long Term Curriculum Map Cycle 2 (2015 – 2016)

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  Autumn 1 Autumn 2 Spring 1 Spring 2 Summer 2 Summer 1
ILP (Imaginative Learning Project) Blood heart   Y6 Off with her head   Y5 Stargazers   Y5 Darwin’s delights   Y6 Hola Mexico   Y6 Gallery rebels   Y6
Focus (Subject) Science       History Science Science Music Art + Design
Memorable experience Dissect a heart (lamb’s)! Meet Elizabeth I   Camp fire and star gazing at night Environmental City   Exploring plant and wildlife in the local area. Ready Steady Cook-Mexican style! Inventors and creators at work! Making giant installations.
Visits James Cook Hospital   Visitors Blood transfusions service British heart foundation   Tudor Lodge visit Visit to planetarium or observatory. Dorman Museum   Hancock Chiquitos MIMA/other art gallery
Outdoor Learning Set up PE circuits in the school grounds. Investigate the effects of different physical exercise on the heart rate/pulse.   Tudor Banquet Track the movements of the sun link this to light/shadow, day and night. Drama relating to planet movement Environmental City-weekly sessions.     Preparation  for carnival- dancing, costume Use the playground as a giant art canvas. .      
Innovate Stage Organise a heart awareness day. Town Hall To take part in the ‘trial’ of ‘villians’ living in this  historical period. Design a rocket for the UK space agency. Evolution-Create Super Humans of the Future! Carnival through the estate Make a ‘suspended treasures’ exhibition.
 

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