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How do you make an Egyptian mummy? What’s the highest mountain in Mexico? Who wrote War Horse? What type of wood should you use to make a bird box? How quickly can you and your class make a Roman Tortoise (testudo) formation? How do you look after a chicken? These are just some of the questions the children at Meadlands explore and find the answers to through our creative curriculum.

 

Every year the children dive into 4 or 5 curriculum topics. These are planned carefully against the National Curriculum objectives but we also do our best to weave in the children’s interests and curiosities as well as our teacher’s expertise.  Phases work together over a 2 year cycle.

 

Every topic begins with an invigorating and exciting big bang experience, be this a trip to a West End theatre, a classroom transformed into a Chinese restaurant or the gory (and quite funny) experience of mummifying a teacher assistant! The children are then taken on a journey of their topic through the domains of science, design technology, outdoor learning, art and humanities – where possible we make these subject links.  

Meadlands Primary School, Whole School Long Term Topic Overview

 

Cycle A

Nursery

Reception

Phase 1

Year 1 and 2

Phase 2

Year 3 and 4

Phase 3

Year 5 and 6

All About Me

I Am Super!

An amazing animal kingdom

I’m an author, just like Roald Dahl.

Mission to Mars

Singing, Rhyming and Telling Tales.

Celebrations

I can be an Architect

The great, the bold and the brave. Romans!

Ancient Greece

Dinosaur Dig

Changing Seasons

We’re on a journey to incredible India

Come dive with me under the sea.

The weather forecast

People Who Help Us

The Space Above

At Meadlands we have greenfingers

Dance to the beat, healthy living! 

 

Mini-Beasts and Patterns

Animals

 

 

 

Pirates

Fantasy and Fairytales

 

 

 

 

Cycle B

 

Nursery

Reception

Phase 1

Year 1 and 2

Phase 2

Year 3 and 4

Phase 3

Year 5 and 6

All About Me

I Am Super!

Around the World in 80 Days

Mexico maravilloso

Into the heart of Africa, looking after our Environment

Singing, Rhyming and Telling Tales.

Celebrations

The Magic Toymaker

How well do you know Ham?

Vile Victorians

Dinosaur Dig

Changing Seasons

Heroes of the Air – History of Flight

Walking like an Egyptian

Queens of the Stone Age

People Who Help Us

The Space Above

David Attenborough – the World of Natural History

Volcanoes, active planet.

 

Mini-Beasts and Patterns

Animals

 

Travelling back in time to the terrific Tudors.

 

Pirates

Fantasy and Fairytales

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
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