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As Creative Curriculum lead, I have redesigned topics to suit a knowledge and vocabulary driven curriculum. I will share full units of work across History, Geography, Art and Design & Technology. These show clear focuses on skills, knowledge covered and pupil outcomes through classroom based learning. There are also Topic Covers which complement the units of work, highlighting targeted vocabulary and key facts for the children to focus on and revisit throughout the unit.

As Creative Curriculum lead, I have redesigned topics to suit a knowledge and vocabulary driven curriculum. I will share full units of work across History, Geography, Art and Design & Technology. These show clear focuses on skills, knowledge covered and pupil outcomes through classroom based learning. There are also Topic Covers which complement the units of work, highlighting targeted vocabulary and key facts for the children to focus on and revisit throughout the unit.
Fabric - Finishing Techniques on Tote Bags Unit - KS2
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Fabric - Finishing Techniques on Tote Bags Unit - KS2

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Within this resource, I have included a Topic Cover page (which includes targeted vocabulary and key facts) and a scheme of work which shows the progression of knowledge and learning intentions. The main focuses: experience different techniques to decorate fabric (including applique, embroidery, fabric pens/paints, pinking shears) upcycle a vest top into a tote bag create a design for a target audience These lessons have been taught for a Year 5 class but could be adapted for YEar 4 or Year 6. At the end of the unit, the children will complete an assessment task which looks to answer the question that the unit has been designed around - What are the most effective finishing techniques to use for fabric? This includes the children evaluating their own tote bags against the given criteria at the start of the unit. It has been taught with a 2 unit in mind, but could be spread out over a half term.
Printing With Three Overlays Art Unit - KS2
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Printing With Three Overlays Art Unit - KS2

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Within this resource, I have included a Topic Cover page (which includes targeted vocabulary and key facts) and a scheme of work which shows the progression of knowledge and learning intentions. The main focuses: -relief and impression printing techniques experimenting with different materials for printing colour palettes overlaying prints to create a final design These lessons have been taught to a Year 5 class. At the end of the unit, the children will complete an assessment task which looks to answer the question that the unit has been designed around - Which colours are the most effective when overlaying? It has been taught with 2 week unit in mind, but could be spread across an entire half term.
Anglo-Saxons SOW
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Anglo-Saxons SOW

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Within this resource, I have included a Topic Cover page (which includes targeted vocabulary and key facts) and a scheme of work which shows the progression of knowledge and learning intentions. The main focuses: Paganism Conversion to Christianity Influences to Literature (Beowulf and The Hobbit). These lessons have been taught for a Year 5 class both in the classroom and via remote learning. At the end of the unit, the children will complete an assessment task which looks to answer the question that the unit has been designed around - How did beliefs change in the Dark Ages? It has been taught with a 6 week half term in mind, but could be condensed into a shorter unit.
Benin Empire SOW - UKS2
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Benin Empire SOW - UKS2

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Within this resource, I have included a Topic Cover page (which includes targeted vocabulary and key facts) and a scheme of work which shows the progression of knowledge and learning intentions. The main focuses: the settlement of the kingdoms Lifestyle, culture and beliefs trade and the influences of Europe These lessons have been taught to a Year 5 class. At the end of the unit, the children will complete an assessment task which looks to answer the question that the unit has been designed around - Why is it incorrect to describe the Benin Empire as uncivilised? It has been taught with a 6 week half term in mind, but could be condensed into a shorter unit.
Ancient Rome - Invasion of Britain SOW
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Ancient Rome - Invasion of Britain SOW

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This scheme of work is suitable for Upper Key Stage 2 classes. It focuses on: Roman culture Roman rule Army (tactics, weaponry and warfare) Romans in Britain This scheme of work has been taught to a Year 5 class but can be adapted for Years 4- 6. It is designed for a knowledge and vocabulary driven curriculum, complete with targeted vocabulary for each lesson, objectives based on the National Curriculum and clear learning objectives. A complementary topic cover page is included to be used throughout the unit as a revision tool and glossary. Targeted Vocabulary Key: Green = Vocabulary Dozen (subject specific and linked to Topic Cover page) Orange = familiar language linked to individual lessons Red = (SEN focused, with word banks in mind)
Tectonic Plates Geography Unit - UKS2
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Tectonic Plates Geography Unit - UKS2

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Within this resource, I have included a Topic Cover page (which includes targeted vocabulary and key facts) and a scheme of work which shows the progression of knowledge and learning intentions. The main focuses: the topographical features created by tectonic plates the process through which volcanoes are formed the impact of natural disasters (human and physical) These lessons have been taught to a Year 5 class both in the classroom and remotely. At the end of the unit, the children will complete an assessment task which looks to answer the question that the unit has been designed around -How have tectonic plates shaped our landscape? It has been taught with a 6 week half term in mind, but could be condensed into a shorter unit.