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BIS Primary – Curriculum Overview Wednesday 27 th August Inspire , Challenge and Nurture for Excellence. Primary Leadership Team. Shane Nathan Head of Primary. Louise Emmett Deputy Head of Primary. Primary Leadership Team. Deborah O’Callaghan Parents as Partners Overview FS/KS1.

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bis primary curriculum overview wednesday 27 th august inspire challenge and nurture for excellence
BIS Primary – Curriculum Overview

Wednesday 27th August

Inspire , Challenge and Nurture for Excellence

primary leadership team
Primary Leadership Team

Shane Nathan

Head of Primary

Louise Emmett

Deputy Head of Primary

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Primary Leadership Team

Deborah O’Callaghan

Parents as Partners

Overview FS/KS1

Karl Templeman

Student Well-being

Overview KS2

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Primary Leadership Team

Iain Hope

Assessment and Reporting

Steve Davey

Curriculum

commitment to learning
Commitment to Learning

Teachers and Support staff

Accreditation

Quality Assurance

Continuing Professional Development

Lifelong Learning for all at BIS

Parent Partnerships

curriculum at bis
Curriculum at BIS
  • Early Years Foundation Stage

for Foundation One and Two

  • International Primary Curriculum (IPC)
  • Numeracy and Literacy linked to UK strategies
overview of foundation stage
Overview of Foundation Stage
  • Use of Early Years Foundation Stage curriculum from England
  • Structured and unstructured play-based activities
  • World class early childhood setting
  • Further meeting Wed. 17th Sept.
overview of ks1 ks2
Overview of KS1 – KS2

Development of:

  • Learning to learn attitudes and skills
  • Ability to independently choose appropriate methods to problem solve across the curriculum
  • Opportunities to take on school wide responsibility at an appropriate level.
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International Primary Curriculum (IPC)

The International Primary Curriculum (IPC) is an internationally-minded, thematic, cross-curricular and rigorous teaching structure.

  • Around 2000 schools
  • In nearly 93 countries
  • For Yr 1 – Yr 6 children in
  • the 21st Century
  • It nurtures a love of learning and encourages the necessary key skills and personal qualities to promote LIFE LONG LEARNERS
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International Primary Curriculum (IPC)

  • Three Key Strands
  • Academic
  • Internationalism
  • Personal Goals
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International Primary Curriculum (IPC)

  • Academic
  • Science
  • History
  • Geography
  • Art
  • Design
  • Society
  • ICT
  • PE/Music/Drama
  • Modern Foreign Languages
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International Primary Curriculum (IPC)

  • Internationalism
  • Adapt to differing education systems
  • Develop a national and international perspective
  • Enable children to study aspects of their host as well as their home country
  • Understanding self and others
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International Primary Curriculum (IPC)

  • Personal Goals linked to BIS Learner Profile

BIS Learner Profile

IPC Personal Goals

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International Primary Curriculum (IPC)

  • Personal Goals linked to BIS Learner Profile
  • Achieving these goals/qualities should be:
  • Reflected in the whole curriculum
  • Reflected in all aspects of school life
  • Not age specific
  • Apply to all children and adults within the school community
pastoral care at bis
Pastoral Care at BIS

Supports the wider aspects of school life

Promoting well-being

Developing student voice

Fostering independence

Developing understanding and tolerance

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Pastoral Care at BIS

House System - Krakatoa, Merapi, Agung and Bromo.

Each house has Captains and Vice-Captains - decided though House Elections in each year group

During the year children are given the opportunity to earn points for their house teams

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Pastoral Care at BIS

Student Council

Elected by peers

Projects in the last academic year included promoting healthy eating, playground issues, CAS Projects and eco issues

literacy at bis
Literacy at BIS
  • Literacy is the core thread to the entire curriculum – every teacher is a literacy teacher
  • Three
  • interdependent
  • strands:

Literacy

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Literacy at BIS
  • Specific skills taught at age appropriate levels:
  • phonics/spelling
  • grammar
  • handwriting
  • reading
  • comprehension
  • writing composition (different genres)
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Based upon 4 strands:

Shape, Space and Measures

Data handling

Calculation (is an important area but not the most important)

Using and Applying (the most important of all)

Mathematics at BIS

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Mental skills

Calculation hierarchy

Using and applying throughout the curriculum

Mathematics at BIS

Specific skills taught at age appropriate levels

formative assessment
Formative Assessment
  • On-going formative assessment by teachers – marking work, talking to pupils, presentations…
  • Indicates learning that has taken place and the next steps
  • Builds a picture of a child’s learning journey
summative assessment
Summative Assessment
  • Use of summative assessment such as standardized tests
  • Sets benchmarks, highlights potential achievement, a snap shot of achievement at a particular moment in time
home learning
Home Learning
  • Home learning can introduce, reinforce, review and consolidate topics/tasks
  • Develops and extends the links between home and school
  • Too much, too little, too easy, too hard, I have to help, just right…
at home
At home
  • Please...
  • Talk!
  • Read together
  • Discuss learning
  • Encourage interests
  • Use everyday experiences
  • Support and develop interests
  • Praise!
parent workshops
Parent Workshops

August 27th Introduction to the Primary Curriculum

September 3rd Primary FOBISIA Games and sporting competitions

September 10th Internet Safety

September 17th Early Years Curriculum

September 24th Introducing IPC moving forward at BIS

October 1st Reading Helper Workshop

October 8th Mathematics the Hierarch

October 22nd Phonics and reading in FS

October 29th Assessment Strategies Year 1 - 6