Curriculum Map


On this page you will find information about the topics we are covering this year in Chestnut Class.

Autumn Term 1 – A Toy’s Story

The children will explore how toys have changed over their lifetime. We will look at our favourite toys and make our own sock puppets, peg doll or toy car. The children will be able to handle old toys which we will loan from Lincolnshire Life Museum.

Curriculum leaflet Autumn 2017

Autumn Term 2 – Let’s Celebrate!

This topic is all about celebrations. The children will learn about Halloween, Bonfire Night, Diwali, Thanks Giving, St. Andrew’s Day and Christmas. The children will also experience an Indian themed day involving food tasting, henna patterns and Indian dancing.

 

Spring Term 1 – Out If This World!

Exploring all things space themed. Looking at the wonderful story ‘Whatever Next!’ by Jill Murphy the children will plan and write about their own space journey. They will also learn about the planets and famous astronauts Tim Peake and Neil Armstrong.

Curriculum leaflet Spring 2018

Spring Term 2 – Roar!

Jungle animals, jungle plants and jungle paintings! The children will explore the different levels of the jungle and the animals that can be found there. While exploring jungle plants the children will look at Henri Rousseau’s ‘Surprised!’ and re-create with their own jungle animal. We will visit Woodside Wildlife Park to meet some tigers.

Summer Term 1 – Wish You Were Here…

Sun, sea and sand! The children will learn about British seasides and compare Skegness throughout the years; looking at how the beach and seafront has changed. We will read ‘The Lighthouse Keeper’s Lunch’ and the children will design and make their own healthy sandwich.

Curriculum leaflet Summer 1 2018

Summer Term 2 – World Cup 2018

We will ‘visit’ many countries that are taking part in this year’s World Cup. The children will learn about their location in the world, their cultures, food and traditions. The children will look at previous World Cup trophies and have a go at creating their own out of clay.

 


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"At Toynton-All-Saints Primary School we want the young people in our care to leave as well-rounded human beings, inspired and motivated to continue their learning with respect for the views and beliefs of all other people."
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