Presentation on theme: "Our theme is PIRATES! Key stage 1/ Early Key Stage 2 By Katie Herbert, Amy Vaughan, Kate Adamson, Caroline Gibbs, Rebecca Mckay."— Presentation transcript:
Our theme is PIRATES! Key stage 1/ Early Key Stage 2 By Katie Herbert, Amy Vaughan, Kate Adamson, Caroline Gibbs, Rebecca Mckay
PIRATES Lots of curriculum links Exciting and imaginative theme Recent resources and stimuli e.g. Pirates of the Caribbean Offers opportunities to be creative Develop relationships as a class – collaborative skills Interactive Originally we planned to go to Irchester Country Park linking our theme Pirates, with the focus on the curriculum areas Physical Education and History.
Medium Term Planning – over a half term. Pirates P.E. -Orienteering -Dance -Swimming ART - Colour and drawing - Sculpture LITERACY -Poetry -Diaries -Drama -Stories -Speaking & Listening HISTORY -Grace O’Mally -Trading MATHS -Coordinates -Money -Fractions GEOGRAPHY -Map reading -Trading SCIENCE -Floating and sinking -Healthy eating D&T - Telescope
History What is a pirate? What pirates look like Life on a pirate ship Food and drink Pirate battles Weapons Punishments Famous Pirates – Grace O’Mally National Curriculum 2a – b, 3, 4a- b, 5a – c, 8a - Knowledge and understanding of events, people and changes in the past - Historical enquiry - Historical interpretation - Organisation and communication - British history
Physical Education Dance – National Curriculum 6a-d - create and perform their own dance from pirate culture - Use imaginative movements – also linked to the pirate theme - Respond to a stimuli – e.g. pirate music or picture. Orienteering – National curriculum 11a - c - taking part in outdoor challenges in familiar environments - using a range of orienteering and problem solving skills - Working with others to meet challenges Swimming – National Curriculum 9d - use a range of recognised strokes and personal survival skills.
Geography Map reading – National Curriculum 2b,c,e, 7c - Geographical enquiry and skills - Themes/Breadth of study skills Trading - routes of trading
Art Sculptures/3D work – National Curriculum 2a-c - Investigating and making art, craft and design Colour and drawing – National Curriculum 5d - Investigating and making art, craft and design in the locality and in a variety of genres, styles and traditions. Digital Photography – National Curriculum 5c - Using a range of materials and processes including ICT.
Core subjects Literacy - Drama (Hot seating, role play) - Writing letters (e.g. Grace O’Mally to Queen Elizabeth) - Poetry - Stories (reading and writing) Maths - Coordinates - Money (fractions, percentages) Science - Floating and sinking - Health (healthy eating, lifestyle)
Before the outdoor learning experience… Geography/Maths elements -Map work/ -Coordinates Physical Education -what is orienteering -team work skills Science -Floating and sinking Literacy -Reading stories surrounding pirate theme History elements Looking at history of pirates (where, when, who etc.) Introduce Grace O’Malley
The Outdoor learning experience – the playground! A beneficial experience in the school grounds without the expense, organisation and staffing of a school trip. Can make the theme more controlled by creating the orienteering yourself. Can make the playground into a suitable pirate environment to any extremes you want. Can control and minimise the health and safety risks. Accessible for all children. The focus will be on the subjects instead of being on a trip.
What are we going to do? Orienteering: In groups Use a map to locate questions They will be using their teamwork and problem solving skills When all the questions have been answered, the teacher will give them one last clue to find the treasure. History: Questions on each marker would have a history link, e.g. based on Grace O’Malley Used as an informal assessment of their knowledge gained in previous lessons.
What happens following the Outdoor learning experience? Art elements- Sculptures / drawings Use water colours. Looking at artists from the time of Grace O’Malley The use of art in interpreting pirate life. PE elements- Creating a dance using pictures and music as a stimulus.
Maths elements- - Fractions of money Literacy elements- –Role play of pirate life –Hot-seating e.g. Grace O’Malley –Recount of the orienteering experience –Write their own pirate story
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