Saint Anne's Geography Intent, Implementation, Impact
Saint Anne's History Intent, Implementation, Impact
St Anne's History Knowledge Progression EYFS, KS1 and KS2
St Anne's Geography Knowledge Progression EYFS, KS1 and KS2
Saint Anne's Curriculum Overview Years 1-6
At Saint Anne’s we are lucky to have our own Forest school where each class has the opportunity to learn outdoors. We often use Forest School as a time to explore the topics we are learning about in History, Geography and Science. Take a look at our outdoor learning in the photographs below and see how these opportunities have led us to broaden our knowledge in the area of Humanities.
Year 6 Crime and Punishment in Norman and Tudor times
Black History at Saint Anne's- During Black History month we decided to focus on inspirational (mainly) British Black people. In Year 1 we learnt about the life of Floella Benjamin and how she moved to our local area from Trinidad and about her exciting career. In year 2, we linked it to our work on Florence Nightingale and studied Mary Seacole. In Year 3, we learnt about Malala's inspirational actions which changed the course of History for many girls and we write extended poeces of writing about her life. Year 4 learnt about Stormsy's career and Year 5 studied the local football heroes, 'The Three Degrees' and how they stood up to racism through football. Year 6 focused on Katherine Johnson and her amazing work for NASA. Finally, Reception learned about the amazing astronaunt Mae Jeninson. We shared our work with other classes. To find out about more inpsirational Black, Britsih people, why not look att his website called 100 GreatBlack Britons. https://www.100greatblackbritons.co.uk/
Climate Change at Saint Anne's
At Saint Anne's we are learning about climate, climate change and how we can reduce our carbon footprints. Have a look at the videos below to find out what is happening to our climate right now and how it affecting the planet we live in. At Saint Anne's we care about our local and wider community and we want to take steps to protect these. We know we are not too small to make a diffrerence and every action we take counts towards our planet's future.