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
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Key stage 1/ Early Key Stage 2
By Katie Herbert, Amy Vaughan, Kate Adamson, Caroline Gibbs, Rebecca Mckay
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
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.
- Floating and sinking
- Health (healthy eating, lifestyle)
Looking at history of pirates (where, when, who etc.)
Introduce Grace O’Malley
-Floating and sinking
-Reading stories surrounding pirate theme
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.
Sculptures / drawings
Use water colours.
Looking at artists from the time of Grace O’Malley
The use of art in interpreting pirate life.
- Fractions of money