This field trip has the following curriculum links
Geography: Four Purposes
Ambitious, capable learner
Enterprising, creative contributors
Ethical, informed citizens
Healthy, confident individuals
Science: Foundation Phase
To encourage outdoor learning.
: Expressive Arts
- Expose pupils to stimuli that inspire and enthuse them to explore, discover, question and challenge,
- Communicate meaning through arts,
- Creation of artwork,
- Reflect and evaluate their work,
- Learning from experimentation and investigation,
- Managing resources.
- Creative thinking.
- Practical skills,
- Create original work from stimulus,
- Respond imaginatively,
- Take risks,
- Apply concepts of shape, number and space when creating work.
Pupils should be given opportunities to carry out different types of enquiry. The number of observations or measurements that need to be made and their range and values to ensure reliability of evidence. The equipment and techniques required for the enquiry Any potential hazards in their work. KS2 and KS3.
: Health and Well-being
Opportunities to be physically active.
Taking measured risk.
Participate in team activities.
Participate outdoor learning to support physical health and well-being.
Make ethical considerations.
- Exploring and investigating the world.
- Enthuse and inspire pupils to explore, discover and question.
- Opportunities to enquire and learn outdoors.
- Understand how the natural world works.
- Social action, their responsibility for the environment,
- Explore physical features of the environment, changing environments,
- Sustainability, and their impact on the environment.
- Undertaking enquires.
- Map skills.
: Languages, Literacy and Communication
- Terminology across the curriculum,
- Exposure to a rich language environment,
- Opportunities to explore Questioning,
- Exposure to authentic subject matter,
- Role play,
- Inspiration for creating their own literature,
- Public speaking.
: Mathematics and Numeracy
- Broad range of experiences to extend understanding of use of number system.
- Create enterprise projects in their local environment,
- Numerical sequences,
- Develop understanding and properties of Shape,
- Use appropriate equipment to measure,
- Explore Angles,
- Measuring distance,
- Interpreting data,
- Presenting data,
- Data handling cycle to collect and sort purposeful data,
- Analysing and evaluating results.
Science: Science and Technology
- Enquiry process, Using technology,
- The effect of human activity on the environment.
- Design in real life,
- Taking measured risk,
- Problem solving including engineering,
- Using tools and sensors,
- Materials properties.
- Food chains, exploring habitats, sampling, adaptation, parts of the plant,
- Measuring motion, investigate forces, waves,
- Skills – measuring, observing, explaining, presenting data, classifying, evaluating