Curriculum

 

We have a new, topic based, curriculum in place for this academic year (2017/18). Click here to access it to find out what we've got planned!

 

The maths required more detail (!) so is not included in the above Long Term plans. Clich here to access the scheme of work for maths we use here at Carbrooke. 

 

Within Reception and Key Stage 1 we use 'Jolly Phonics' and 'Letters and Sounds' in teaching phonics.

The reading scheme we use is 'Oxford Reading Tree' which is then supplemented by other texts and parts of schemes.

 

Our RE curriculum has recently been updated. Click here to access it.

 

In July 2017 we were awarded the Silver School Games mark for our PE and sports during the year 2016-17.

 

We are hoping to go for Gold this year!

 

World Orienteering Day - Wednesday 11th May 2016

year 6 boys working well as a team.    year 1 girls finding the image a challenge.

St Peter & St Paul Carbrooke were the only school in Norfolk to take part in World Orienteering Day.

88 Pupils at St Peter and St Paul Primary Academy took part in World Orienteering day on Wednesday 11th May and were the only Norfolk School to do so!

A photo orienteering course was set up using 26 obscure images from around the woodland, quite area and field such as padlock numbers, corners of signs and parts of the wooden benches. Teams of three were set off with a map, image and answer card and tasked to find a control where the image was taken. On finding it they had to record the letter displayed and return to base to be given a new image.

This was a real test of teamwork, observation and recording skills with the winning teams gaining 20 out of 26 check points in the time allowed.

The children worked their socks off and with out being told to spent the session sprinting between check points to try and gain the most! There was a real buzz about the field with teams working hard to figure out where the images were taken as Miss Reidie made it very tricky and even photographed the '91' on the snakes and ladders board which was very hard to find!

The day was part of a world wide Olympic Record attempt to try and get as many children and adults participating in orienteering activities in one day and to beat the 2003 record set in Switzerland of 207,979. To be part of the record our pupils used the same check points, score cards and course plan as those round the world. The number of participants, gender split and images of them competing have been submitted to the event officials to be included in the final count...our fingers are crossed to see if we broke the record!!

After the event all pupils received a World Orienteering Day Diploma from the International OrienteeringFederation (IOF) and were sign posted to the Norfolk Orienteering club and Active Norfolk taster days where they can be part of weekly orienteering events.

Well done to all involved.

 

Features of our Curriculum

The "Values led Curriculum"

Each half term a different value will be highlighted. The value will provide the backbone of our collective worship, as well as being something we celebrate through the wider taught curriculum.

Rugby

All children from Year 1 to 6 participate in "Rugby for all". This programme,led by Wymondham RFC, is designed to offer our children'-

  • A chance to develop skills over time in our school sport
  • A sense of fair-play and camaraderie
  • High quality physical education
  • Competitive opportunities

Local Study

Each year a theme is chosen that will help develop our children's appreciation of the area in which they live. Previous studies have included: local history and "local people". This year's focus will be on local wildlife.

The Gambia

Throughout the last year we have been developing links with (The Gambia, Africa). We are hoping that this will become a long running relationship that will give the children a fantastic opportunity to learn about a contrasting environment, as well as provide opportunities for them to communicate and celebrate their own lives and experiences.

Children's view of learning at Carbrooke in 2013/14

  • "Kwik Cricket has been fimtastie" Stirling
  • "l looe my homeuiork" Nathan
  • U Maths is fantllStie. I love domg my numbers "p to 100" Alfie
  • "Flute-playing iuIs been great; espeCially tile concert at Waylalld Academy" Niamh
  • NI have really enjoyed the cliff-lumgeys in Philip Ridley'S 'Krindleiirax' N Grade