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Term 2 Week 1,2,3,4 Monday – 11:20 – 12:00; Tuesday, Thursday – 1:40 – 2:15
Band / Content Descriptions Learning Activities
Design and Technologies - Knowledge and Understanding
Explore the characteristics and properties of materials and
Theme – ‘Treasure / Pirates’
components that are used to produce designed solutions. 1. COMPUTER – INTERNET – RED FISH - Go through the
Processes and Production Skills
Explore needs or opportunities for designing and the
maze to find the pictures. http://www.poissonrouge.com/members
technologies needed to realise designed solutions. 2. PLAYDOUGH – Use the Playdough mats and make the
Use materials, components, tools, equipment and
techniques to safely make designed solutions. things listed.
Digital Technologies - Knowledge and Understanding 3. PIRATE COLLAGE – Use a paper plate, paper and bits and
Identify, use and explore digital systems (hardware and
software components) for a purpose. pieces to make a pirate face.
Visual Arts
They learn about how to make visual representations of
their ideas, experiences, observations and imagination. 4. CORK BOATS – Make a pirate boat out of corks.
They share their artworks with peers and experience visual
arts as audiences.
5. PAINTING – Ship wreck underwater scene, draw with crayon
Drama and wash over with paint.
Students are engaged through purposeful play in structured
activities, fostering a strong sense of wellbeing and
6. ROLE PLAY – SHIPWRECK / PIRATES – Provide upside
developing students’ connection with and contribution to down table for shipwreck, walk the plank, pirate hats, treasure
the world.
ENGLISH chest, treasure, eyepatches, bandanas,
Listen to and respond orally to texts and to the 7. COMPUTER – INTERNET – Pirate songs on Youtube -
communication of others in informal and structured
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Retell familiar literary texts through performance, use of 2pXr-HaMFJqBkJahx
illustrations and images.
Understand the use of vocabulary in familiar contexts
8. SCAVENGER HUNT – Provide lists of things that the children
related to everyday experiences, personal interests and must find around the classrooms.
topics taught at school.
Jointly construct a variety of Procedural texts on a specific
9. TELESCOPE – Make a telescope that a pirate
skill. would use. Provide plastic cups and cardboard
Organisation 10. HOOK HAND – Make a hook using a cup and foil.
Children are divided into single sex groups of 4 or 5 from
both classes. The groups rotate, to do all activities.
Teacher’s role.
- provide interesting activities across all areas.
- negotiate the children’s interests and types of activities.
- oversee setting up and cleaning up.
- assist, challenge and question children.

Learning Outcomes ICT Assessment

To develop fine motor skills when drawing, making, painting, cutting and weaving, etc.
Presenting information - Word, Observation by teacher
To develop listening skills.
Tuxpaint Child/ teacher conference
To enhance language development.
Internet - skills practice
To promote learning through discovery and experimenting.
Digital Camera
To be responsible for cleaning up.
Electronic Whiteboard
To develop a positive attitude towards learning.
To encourage social skills development - working in a group, cooperation, turn taking, on task
behaviour, independence.
To use different types of medium to create pictures and models.
To participate in imaginative play.

Single Sex Groups

1c. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.
Tyler Imogen Caleb Dakota Rylan Bobbi Saxon Brigette Jyzaelah Bentley
Oliver Skyelaih Troy Lacey Henry Asia Zakk S Ruby William George
Zachary S Liana Zach U Madison Jackson Taliyah Aidan Zahra Hayden S Hayden D
Tom Dekota Reif Bella Jaxon Kendra Flynn Cailey Hayden Y Rhys
Adrian Meg Seth Macey Declan Gypsy Lily