We have launched a new curriculum for 2019 - 2020, based around the principle of learning projects (taken from Cornerstones ILPs but adapted to meet the needs of the children of Radstock Primary), where the children study Science and the foundation subjects through a cross-curricular approach, starting with a memorable experience. Learning is then developed through Engage, where children begin to build their learning; Develop where children build in further knowledge and understanding; ending with an opportunity to apply their learning in a problem solving situation through Innovate and Express.
From Spring 2 onwards for each learning project, children create a branch map to show what they already know, demonstrating their sticky knowledge from prior learning. This is then annotated throughout the learning project, so by the end, children can show the knowledge and understanding they have developed. Knowledge organisers accompany each learning project which children and teachers may refer to throughout the unit as well as the development of Tier 3 vocabulary (vocabulary that is technical, whether it be historical, scientific, geographical etc) which is listed on the knowledge organiser.
We publish a termly overview for each year group. As the school is currently closed, an overview for the Summer term has not been created.
For further information on the curriculum, please speak to your child's teacher.