Teacher: Ms. Blackmore
If you wish to speak with us please make contact via email email@example.com or ring 01656 815660.
Ms Rowley (headteacher), Mr Richards (Deputy) and Mrs Farmer (Engagement Officer) are also available on the yard at the beginning and end of the day.
Porthcawl Primary Curriculum:
R.V.E.- Business and Social
Autumn 1 – Moving Forward
Identity and Belonging (CC, D, R8)
Spring 1- African Adventures
South Africa (D,R14)
South Africa (Big 5)
Nelson Mandela (D, R12)
Summer 1- Fierce Fires
Great fire of London
Responsible Consumption and Production Goal 12 (CC, D, R 24)
Matter and Materials
Autumn 2 –Trumpet and Transport
Materials – man made & natural (R 27)
Abstract art - Picasso (D)
Spring 2 – Terrific Transformers
Life cycles of animals
Sugar – fruit kebab (R 24)
Hungry Caterpillar – re-enact (R29)
Forces and Energy
Summer 2 – Wonderful World
Algorithms – sequence & patterns
Jazz – Louis Armstrong (D R29)
Language, Literacy and Communication
The Runaway Pea - Kjartan Poskitt
The Ugly Five - Julia Donaldson
Elon - Laura Murphy
Range -Lost Poster, Recount, Sorry letter
Acrostic poem - ‘JOURNEYS’
Range-Top Trump, Animal fact file, Voice 21 - paired presentation - animal facts.
Range - Persuasive Poster - Save the Rainforests.
The Three Little Superpigs - Claire Evans
Image from The Mabinogion (Welsh week)
The Very Hungry Caterpillar - Eric Carle
What a Wonderful World - based on the song by Louis Armstrong.
Range- Wanted poster, Character description, Voice 21 Individual Presentation - Designing own Super animal.
Range- Diary entry, Drama - Story mapping, Re-telling the story through drama.
Range - Description, explanation, narrative, voice 21 group presentation, why live on Earth?
Mathematics and Numeracy
A wide variety of topics are covered including:
Addition and subtraction
multiplication and division (sharing)
Measuring using non-standard units. Exploring scales in weight, length and capacity.
Recognise and describe 2D and 3D shapes including simple symmetry.
Tally charts, venn diagrams, block graphs.
Number facts and relationships between numbers. Counting in 2s, 5s, and 10s.
The Big Maths scheme covers the 4 aspects of numeracy each day. Children are given number facts known as 'Learn its' to help improve recall of addition and multiplication facts which can then also be used for subtraction and division.