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Curriculum Evening P2.  The curriculum that we follow is Curriculum for Excellence  It runs from age 3-18  P2 is year 1 of First Level  8 Curricular.

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1 Curriculum Evening P2

2  The curriculum that we follow is Curriculum for Excellence  It runs from age 3-18  P2 is year 1 of First Level  8 Curricular areas – Literacy, Numeracy, HWB, Expressive Arts, Social Studies, Science, RME, Technologies

3 YEAR PLAN for Session: 2014/15 Teacher: Miss Hogg/Miss Herbert Class: P2 CURRICULUM AREA TERM 1 August to October TERM 2 October - December TERM 3 Jan - Easter TERM 4 Easter – June ScienceDay and NightDissolving Living and Non-Living Things Social Subjects Scotland (Mini Topic) Local Community Study Ecosystems Health and Wellbeing RRSA, Circle Time, Friendships and Feelings Circle Time, Friendships and Feelings Bonfire Safety Ways of getting helpHealthy Eating PE Team Games Focus on Listening and Instructions GymnasticsBall Skills Co-operating and Competing Technologies Logging on and off Saving a word document and using the paint tool Internet Searches Barcharts/Graphs Internet searches Visits Roslyn Chapel? Local Walk Dynamic Earth? School Grounds­ RSPB Bird Hunt/ Tree Survey/ Local wildlife and Habitats

4 LANGUAGE Writing (inc. Poetry) Imaginative/ Personal Writing Functional Imaginative/ Personal Writing ScotsPoetry/ Functional recipe Functional Grammar Capital Letters Full Stops Word Banks Capital Letters Full Stops VCOP TenseNouns/Verbs and Adjectives Reading Novel Study – The Twits Tools for Reading Finding and Using Information Understanding, Evaluating and Analysing Blooms Focus (?) Non-Fiction Listening & Talking Whole Body Listening Personal TalkFocus on Social Skills Assembly- Expression, Volume and ToneSocial Skills MATHEMATICS NumberExploring NumberAddition and SubtractionMultiplication and DivisionFractions Maths Shape – 2D Mathematical Language Time – Days, Months and Patterns Money, Measure and non- routine Questions Charts and Data Handling Estimation/ Rounding (surveys) EXPRESSIVE ARTS Art & Design Line Drawing Collage Autumn Art Bonfire Day and Night Contrast Map and Line Drawing Local Nature Drawing/ In Garden MusicAfrican Drumming (P2H) Singing (Assessmbly) Drama Friendship/ Role play Drama Skills (P2HD) DanceMoving in different ways High, Middle and Low Movement Scottish Country DancingMoving to a 4 Beat Rhythm RELIGIOUS AND MORAL EDUCATION The Christmas Story Practices of religion in local area – identify areas of worship World Religions/ Moral Stories

5  3 numeracy lessons per week  There is a variety of teacher led activities, active group work and interactive games  Number facts revisited frequently  Numeracy skills are consolidated in the atrium

6  1 lesson per week  Topics this year are 2D and 3D shapes, patterns, time, months and calendars, money and data handling  Focus on mathematical language and non- routine questioning

7  Reading homework will be given out on a Monday and will be taken in on Thursday  Children need their red bag everyday  Children will engage in reading activities as part of a rotation Monday to Thursday  Reading for enjoyment and modelling reading skills are a huge part of our classroom routines  Reading records for communication

8  Throughout term one the focus was on revision of digraphs which will be continuously revisited throughout P2. We will be moving onto ‘magic e’  Spelling is taught and children engage with activities Monday to Thursday. These aredifferentiated to their needs  There is a focus on common words every week  Spelling homework will be a consolidation of what has been taught in class

9 Writing is taught on a weekly basis with a focus on skills and children have the opportunity to apply these skills to independent writing every week.  Term 1 – Imaginative writing  Term 2 – Functional writing Specific focuses  Capital letters and full stops  Finger spaces  Applying spelling sounds into writing  Development of VCOP

10  We have been focusing on developing social skills and within that listening and talking skills. For example, quiet voices and listening and valuing other opinions  We have been working on applying these skills in the atrium

11  Stations that support the learning and teaching that happens in the classroom  Skill based stations with specific purposes and they support consolidation of skills developed in the class  The atrium is also very important for the development of social skills

12  Can you please ensure all belongings are labelled. This includes jumpers, gym kits and gym rubbers  Money for school dinners should always be sent in a labelled envelope  Any tuck shop money should come in a labelled purse/wallet  Water bottles are to be filled with water only

13  All children are expected to wear a jacket to school in the winter months  Earrings may be taped up or taken out for PE  Gym kits are to be kept in school from Monday to Friday  Can you ensure your child brings their reading folder to school every day

14  We actively promote positive behaviour and set high expectations of all children throughout the school  This year we are reviewing our behaviour procedures  The positive approach benefits all learners and we constantly encourage good manners, politeness and a good attitude throughout the school

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