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Shared Education 2017 and 2018

Shared Education

 

2017/2018

Year 4 will be participating in the shared education programme this term with Hart Memorial Primary School. It involves teaching a series of PDMU, numeracy and global learning activities/lessons. The activities will take part in both schools.

The children from both schools will be involved in a series of 9 shared lessons this year. The aims of the programme will be to promote and develop friendships through a shared team teaching approach. The children will also be learning about similarities and differences as part of the PD &MU curriculum.

Dates/venue

Content/learning intentions

Thursday 12th Oct Presentation

 

 

Topic: identity

Theme: similarities and differences

CRED issue: race, religion, gender

Children will make identity cubes

Monday 16th Oct

Hart

 

 

 

Topic: identity

Theme: similarities and differences

CRED issue: identity and community

Wishing tree

Making our community map (similarities and differences)

Clapping games

Thursday 19th Oct

Presentation

 

 

 

Topic: identity

Theme: similarities and differences

CRED issue: religion

Parachute activities

Winnes and losers activity quiz

Clapping games

Monday 23rd October

Hart

 

 

Topic: identity

Theme: similarities and differences

CRED issue: race, religion, gender, disability

Media initiative DVD and puppets

Monday 6th November

Hart

 

 

Topic: identity

Theme: similarities and differences

CRED issue: race, religion, gender, disability

Media initiative DVD and puppets

Story board writing

Hot seating based on puppet scenario

Thursday 9th November

Topic: identity

Theme: similarities and differences

CRED issue: race, religion, gender, disability

Media initiative DVD and puppets

Children will perform/act out scenario with the puppets to be recorded

 

Dates/venue

Content/learning intentions

Hart Memorial

Monday 26th March

Numeracy area: handling data, shape &space, measure, number, problem solving, TSPCs

Children will engage in a number trail of the school grounds working as part of a team

Presentation

Thursday 12th April

Numeracy area: handling data, shape &space, measure, number, problem solving, TSPCs

Children will engage in a number trail of the school grounds working as part of a team

Monday 29th Jan

St Johns College

Global Learning area: conflict and human rights

Linked with WAU topic WW2 (evacuees)

 

Following the continued success of our schools partnership, it will be an exciting and fun experience for all the children, also giving them the opportunity to re-establish the very good links we have already developed with Hart Memorial Primary school.

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