SCHOOLS

Curriculum pack
summaries

Planning your visit

  •  Choice your visit option from the ‘What we offer’ section of the website
  •  Read the curriculum pack summaries and decide which subject(s) you wish to deliver.
  •  Contact us to check availability and pay a deposit.
  •  Once we have a deposit we will arrange a pre-visit for staff and the curriculum planning packs will be emailed to you.

Maths

These activities use the environment around us to help contextualise maths. The focus is on Measurement, Geometry and Statistics. Depending on your aims and time the activities can be done as a stand alone or in sequence to provide either an hour’s session or a full day.

KS1

Maths

Recognise and name 2D and 3D shapes, including their properties. Interpret and construct simple pictograms, tally charts and tables. Count and sort objects into categories and quantity.

KS2

Maths

Identify 2D and 3D shapes and their properties. Estimate and compare acute, obtuse and reflex angles. Measure angle in degrees. Interpret and construct a range of graphs and use these to solve problems. Solve problems using the four operations.

KS3

Maths

Use and interpret algebraic notation Derive and illustrate properties of triangles, quadrilaterals and circles. Use the properties of faces, surfaces and edges to solve problems in 3D Develop conceptual understanding and the ability to reason mathematically.

Science

Using the wildlife pond and area as the focus, activities are based around identifying and classifying living things and their habitats. There are a selection of activities that can fill one hour, or a whole day! These activities include cross-curricular links to Maths and English.

KS1

Science

Working scientifically, identifying and classifying. Identify and name a variety of common animals Identify suitable habitats

KS2

Science

Working scientifically: making systematic and careful observations Recognise that living things can be grouped in a variety of ways. Use classification keys Construct and interpret food chains.

KS3

Science

Working scientifically: use appropriate techniques apparatus and materials during fieldwork. Relationships in an ecosystems.