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High View Primary is now open for key workers children and the year groups as designated by the government. However please note due to Covid-19 restrictions we are not open for personal callers, if you need to speak with the school you can contact us via our office email address.

Curriculum Overview

What does your child learn at school each day? Find information about our curriculum subjects here.

Discovery Themes 2019/2020

 

Learning at High View is designed around the idea of six "Discoveries" (one for each half term) to stimulate children's imaginations and encourage them to have a thirst for learning.

 

AUTUMN 1

Year 1

Year 2

Year 3

Year 4

Year 5

Year 6

Fly me to the Moon

It’s a pirate’s life for me

Meet the Flintstones

Groovy Greeks

River deep, mountain high

Smashing Saxons

A history based topic focussing on the lives of significant individuals

A geography & history based topic focussing on maps and coordinates alongside learning about the lives of significant individuals

A history based topic focussing on the Stone age through to the Iron age

A history based topic focussing on a study of Ancient Greece

A geography based topic focussing on a study of great rivers

A history based topic focussing on a study of Anglo Saxon life and legends

AUTUMN 2

Year 1

Year 2

Year 3

Year 4

Year 5

Year 6

Let’s celebrate

Frozen planet

Alaska to Arizona

Turismo Brazil

Mayan Madness

Up, up and away

A religious and historical study of celebrations

A geography & history based topic focussing on maps and coordinates alongside learning about the lives of significant individuals

A geography based topic focussing on a study of North America

A geography based topic focussing on a study of South America, tourism and fair trade

A history based topic focusing on a study of the Mayan civilisation

A history based topic focussing on a local area study of the importance of Croydon Airport in WWII

 

SPRING 1

Year 1

Year 2

Year 3

Year 4

Year 5

Year 6

Toy story

Fire, Fire!

Cool Britannia

Perilous planet earth

To infinity and beyond

Who do you think you are?

A history based topic on toys within and beyond our living memory

A history based topic of an event beyond living memory

A geography based topic focussing on the UK

A geography based exploration of earthquakes and volcanoes

A science based topic of Earth and Space

A science based topic on evolution and inheritance

SPRING 2

Year 1

Year 2

Year 3

Year 4

Year 5

Year 6

Flower power

Huff and puff

Going on a journey

Monarchy

Keep calm and carry on

A journey through Europe

A science based topic of local plants

A literacy based topic focusing on fairy tales

A geography based topic focusing on map skills, compass directions etc

A history based topic focusing on the British Monarchy

A history based topic exploring the impact of WWII

A geography based topic on the continent of Eurpoe

SUMMER 1

Year 1

Year 2

Year 3

Year 4

Year 5

Year 6

Animal antics

Who lives here?

Tomb raiders

Rotten Romans

The mysteries of WWII

Can I have some more please?

A science based topic focussing on different animals

A science based topic exploring habitats and different animals

A history based topic focussing on Ancient Egypt

A history based topic focussing on Ancient Rome & it’s impact on  Britain

A history based topic exploring the impact of WWII

A history based topic exploring on the lives of Victorian children

SUMMER 2

Year 1

Year 2

Year 3

Year 4

Year 5

Year 6

Our world

From a tiny seed

Let the fun begin

Eco Warriors

May the force be with you

Can I have some more please?

A geography & history based topic exploring significant people in our locality

A science based topic studying plants around the world

A history based topic exploring the development of leisure in the 19th century

A geography based topic with a scientific study of the environment

A science based topic exploring forces

A history based topic exploring on the lives of Victorian children

British Values

 

As part of the curriculum we are required to teach all children about the five British Values that form the bedrock of our culture and make us the kind of society and democracy that is envied across the globe.

 

The Five British Values are:

 

 

Democracy

 

 

 

The Rule of Law

 

 

 

Freedom

 

 

 

Respect

 

 

 

Tolerance

 

 

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