Bredon Hancock's Endowed

C of E First School

Dream, Believe, Love, Work, Achieve!

Wider Curriculum


What did the Romans ever do for us? 



Children will examine the legacy of the Romans in Britain. They will explore the questions; who were the Romans and when did they live? Why did the Romans invade and settle in Britain? How did Britons respond to the Roman invasion? What changed after the invasion? What were the Roman beliefs? What legacy did the Romans leave behind?



Drawing: Power Prints



Using mechanical engravings as a starting point, Children will develop an awareness of proportion, composition and pattern in drawing and combine media for effect when developing a drawing into a print.



The Internet 



Children will learn about networks and the World Wide Web. They will be given opportunities to explore in order to learn about who owns content and what they can access, add, and create. They will evaluate online content to decide how honest, accurate, or reliable it is, and understand the consequences of false information.



Hockey and OAA



In Hockey, children will practise keeping possession of a ball, using simple attacking tactics, dribbling a ball and sending and receiving. They will begin to think about defending and winning the ball, using skills, strategies and tactics to outwit the opposition. In OAA, Children will develop problem solving skills through planning, solving and reflecting to improve on strategies. They will learn to be inclusive of others and work collaboratively to overcome challenges. They will learn to orientate a map, identify key symbols and follow routes.



Being Me in My World 



Children will develop their understanding of their place in the class, school and global community as well as devising Learning Charters.






Children will learn how to say when their birthday is by learning the months of the year. They will also begin to talk about the weather and the seasons. European Day of Languages will be celebrated.



Musical Structures 



Children will explore how musical structures help to create the structure, or form, of a piece of music or a song. They will think about how music brings people together. They will listen to and sing a range of songs and play, improvise and compose using a selection of notes.