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24 December 2018 - 7 January 2019

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8 January 2019

Our Curriculum

Our Learning

At St. Paul’s we believe learning should be fun!
Whilst following National Curriculum we have designed our curriculum in such a way to maximise children’s curiosity and enjoyment.
Our curriculum is based on learning challenges, where children are involved with their own learning in a cross curricular way. By adopting this thematic approach we can ensure the learning is relevant and meaningful for each child in school.
We firmly believe in enhancing the curriculum by providing first hand experiences. Each class accesses several educational visits each year relating to their topics. In the same way, visitors come into school to share their resources and expertise and provide children with quality experiences.
Literacy and Numeracy are taught discretely, as is Phonics, and a range of programmes are used to support this learning including Letters and Sounds. ICT is used to enhance children’s learning in all areas of the curriculum, and Computing is also taught separately.

Autumn Term Spring Term Summer Term
Why am I special? Who can I ask for help? Can I grow a beanstalk like Jack?
Which toy will be Christmas number 1? Would I like to live under the sea? Which bugs will be at The Ugly Bug Ball?
Year One
Autumn Term Spring Term Summer Term
How can we be a Superhero? Is everyone’s home the same? Would you rather be a witch or a wild thing?
Who’s afraid of the dark? Where would the bears live? Who is the best pirate in our class?
Year Two
Autumn Term Spring Term Summer Term
Is our class healthy? Was the Great fire of London a good thing? What’s the best thing about the seaside?
Would you rather live in England or Kenya? Did dragons really exist? What would you find if you went into the woods?
Year Three
Autumn Term Spring Term Summer Term
Do you think George’s medicine is marvellous? Who first lived in Britain? What if the Romans had never lived?
What makes the earth angry? Would you like to be an Ancient Egyptian? Can you compare countries and cities in Europe?
Year Four
Autumn Term Spring Term Summer Term
Who were the Anglo Saxons? Were the Vikings always victorious and vicious? Why were the Norman castles not bouncy?
Why is London such a cool place to live? How did we find our way before SAT NAVs? Are all European cities the same?
Year Five
Autumn Term Spring Term Summer Term
Why has Greece always been in the news? Why should gunpowder, treason and plot never be forgotten? What is beyond Planet Earth?
How was Henry VIII and what was the reformation? When was the Industrial revolution and why did it change History? Why should the rainforest be important for all of us?
Year Six
Autumn Term Spring Term Summer Term
Why did World War 2 happen? Plastic Ocean? Have we always looked like this?
How did the War affect Britain? Who were the Mayans and what happened to them? The water cycle!
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