Connected Curriculum

 

Autumn 2

Next term our topic is Walk on the Wild Side - who wants to take a walk on the wild side?

We will be covering these objectives:

Science:

Observe and describe weather associated with Autumn

Animals including humans

Identify & name a variety of common animals including fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds and mammals

Identify and name a variety of common animals that are carnivores, herbivores and omnivores

Describe and compare the structure of a variety of common animals (fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds and mammals including pets)

History:

Significant events

Bonfire night (stand -alone)

Significant people

 Nelson Mandela.

Geography:

Geographical  skills and fieldwork

Use maps, atlas

and globes

Place Knowledge

Understand similarities and differences of UK and non- European. (One or more African countries)

Design and Technology:

Structures

Design and make animal masks

Art

Textiles/

Collage

Cultural study: African Art

I.T

Information Technology

Graphics

eBooks (Book-Creator)

Music:

Rhythm  ,Vocal ,Play and perform ,Listening  and Composing linked to CC focus

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This term our topic is Incredible Me! What makes me incredible?

We have so much fun in our Connected Curriculum lessons. 

Here are some of the things we have covered this term.

Autumn 1: Incredible Me!

 

Science:

 

Observe and describe weather associated with summer (before September 21st).

Observe and describe day length.

Identify, name and label basic parts of the human body.

Identify which part of the body is associated with each sense (see, hear, smell, touch, taste).

 

History:

Changes in pupils’ own life and family life – comparing what they can do now to what they could do when they were a baby.

Significant event in the local area – the opening of the Etihad Stadium.

 

 

Geography

Study the local area – how has it changed?

Looking at maps in atlases and Google street view – what can you see?

 

Art

Children will be introduced to sketchbooks

Children will draw and paint portraits in the style of Andy Warhol using the primary colours red, yellow and blue.

 

ICT

E-safety – how to stay safe when using computers/tablets/internet etc.

Contact Us

Ravensbury Community School
Tartan Street
Clayton
M11 4EG

Tel: 0161 223 0370
Fax: 0161 231 9595

Email: admin@ravensbury.manchester.sch.uk

Contact:  Maureen Hughes - Headteacher

Contact:  Jo Wendt - SENCO

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