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Curriculum Maps

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EYFS Themes and Enquiry Led Learning

Themes and Enquiry Led Learning

Computing Curriculum Map

History and Geography Curriculum Maps

Science Curriculum Map

MFL Curriculum Map

KS1 - PE Curriculum Map

KS2 - PE Curriculum Map

RE Curriculum Map

Art Curriculum Map

Design Technology Curriculum Map

Music Map

Values and Skills

Memorable Experience Map

Supporting British Values and SMSC

 

 

 

 

 

Topic planning - Autumn 2017

 

Year 1

Year 2

Year 3

Year 4

Year 5

Year 6

 

 

Topic planning 2017

 

Spring 2017 Summer 2017

Year 1 Spring 2017
Year 2 Spring 2017
Year 3 Spring 2017
Year 4 Spring 2017
Year 5 Spring 2017
Year 6 Spring 2017

Year 1 Summer 2017
Year 3 Summer 2017
Year 4 Summer 2017
Year 5 Summer 2017
Year 6 Summer 2017

 

 

Central Park Non Negotiables

 

Non negotiables learning behaviours

 

Non negotiables E-Safety

 

Non negotiables History

 

Non Negotiables Design and Technology

 

Non Negotiables Science

Music Non negotiables

 

Physical Education Non negotiables

 

Geography Non negotiables

 

Non Negotiables MFL

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Focus Learning Programmes

 

At Central Park we pride ourselves on a curriculum that build links in learning and applies core skill learning into real world and high quality contexts. However we also recognise the need to support some areas with focus therefore we build in focus learning opportunities across the year, for example, author study days, DT focus days, science days.

 

 

Please see our working document below to see the planned focus activities so far:

 

Focus weeks

 

We want to ensure that all learners exceed their potential academically, socially, emotionally and spiritually with their families, in their communities as well as in the wider world ensuring that they become ambitious lifelong learners. For this reason we place a greater focus on PSHCE theme weeks. We are very proud of the success from these weeks, combining personal development with assessment - providing 1:1 mentoring opportunities for children with their teachers and families. Please see below some examples of planning alongside these weeks:

 

 

Who Am I?

 

 

Theme Weeks

Timetable Assessment Week

 

 

Why am I here and where am I going?

 

 

Why am I here and where am I going

 

Rights and responsibilities as everyone else

 

 

 

 

 


The machine that is me!

 

Overview

 

Healthy eating progression

 

 

 

 

My ideas, my aspirations and my decisions.

 

My ideas, aspirations and decisions

 

Focus areas

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Contact Us to find our more about the Curriculum we follow

 

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