As the school has some mixed classes, we work on a 2-year curriculum cycle which allows the children to cover all necessary skills and objectives over the two years they are in each phase. Below are the plans for each term and each cycle. During the 2019-2020 academic year, we are currently teaching Cycle B. As a school, we are in the process of reviewing and updating our curriculum therefore.
A collection of unique pirate themed early years resources. This section includes, among other things, a pirate treasure map, a large display poster, some role-play masks and a pirate themed number line. We also have a numerical pirate board game and an interactive flash game that has proved very popular, as well as a section devoted to pirate craft activities and games.
Pirates During pirate week, we worked on our own pirate book that was full of all types of exciting things. These gruesome grins are our go at pretending to be a pirate which we created a name for, drew our costume, applied for a job on board a ship and then wrote a diary, describing what our days was like.
Pirates Year 2 Autumn 1 2015. Our End Product At the start of the term, the children received a letter from Captain Pete Pigeon. This letter gave the children some clues about what they will be learning and a challenge. The children will receive a new challenge each week. The challenges will form the basis of our topic lessons. At the end of the half term, the children will celebrate.
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How pirates were punished. Toggle text. Since early times, pirates faced execution if they were caught and convicted. Privateers were imprisoned in dreadful conditions, with little hope of ever being released. The bodies of pirates who had been hanged were often put on display as a warning to other seamen. They were hung from a wooden frame in an iron cage, called a gibbet. Like most pirates.
Year 2: Uses of Everyday Materials. This list consists of lesson plans, activities and video clips to support the teaching of the uses of everyday materials at Year Two. It contains tips on using the resources, suggestions for further use and background subject knowledge. Possible misconceptions are highlighted so that teachers may plan lessons to facilitate correct conceptual understanding.
Year 2 Geography lesson planning and complete schemes of work, ready to teach. Packed with teaching ideas and differentiated learning activities, these units of work (and individual lesson plan packs) are created with younger learners in mind, and address National Curriculum Geography objectives, too. Schemes of work are ready to teach, meaning.
Cross curricular learning: topic planning packs for a creative approach to teaching in primary schools. These primary topics for KS1 and KS2 cover a range of exciting learning themes. They're completely ready to teach and include detailed lesson planning and resources for engaging cross curricular learning. If you're looking for inspiring KS1 and KS2 topic ideas and activities, you've come to.
PIRATES TOPIC. AND ROLE PLAY SET. I have created this set of resources to use with children in KS1 and the EYFS Resource provided on a handy disc ready to print out. FEEDBACK. A resource every teacher should have - can't wait to use them. Thanks x. RESOURCES PROVIDED IN BLACK AND WHITE.
This is a list of useful words associated with the pirates topic. The children can use them as a reference point when completing writing or vocabulary activities. the resource includes pirate, treasure, palm tree, sword, hook, wooden leg, parrot, sea, ship, map, compass, desert island, jolly roger, flag, hat and eye patch. Pirate Phrases. This resource is a fun way to learn the different.
Christopher Columbus was the oldest child of a family of weavers and woollen merchants from the Italian port of Genoa. His family were respectable but they were not wealthy. From an early age Columbus was obsessed with the sea and he began his sailing career when in his teens. He visited many parts of Europe and the coast of Africa, encountering pirates and shipwreck along the way.
Ten Facts About Pirates. Avast me hearties! Pirates - they were the scourge of the seven seas, the bane of the briny, the terrors of the tides. And here are ten facts about them. Arrrrrr!!! Shiver me timbers! 1. What is a pirate? A pirate is a person who commits a crime while at sea. The crimes could be anything but usually involve robbery or violence. Arr!! 2. Pirates of not just the.