This field trip has the following curriculum links
: 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.
Geography: Four Core Purposes
Ambitious, capable learner
Enterprising, creative contributors
Ethical, informed citizens
Healthy, confident individuals
: 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