Curriculum STEP ACADEMY TRUST'S CURRICULUM POLICY LA FONTAINCE ACADEMY - CURRICULUM PROGRESSION STATEMENTS AUTUMN TERM KNOWLEDGE ORGANISERS YEAR 2: How could art represent our everyday lives in 2017? YEAR 3: Should people settle on the Ring of Fire? YEAR 4: Would I have liked to live in the time of Cheddar Man? YEAR 5: Would you prefer to be a Raider or a Trader? YEAR 6: What lessons can we learn from World War II? SPRING TERM KNOWLEDGE ORGANISERS YEAR 2: Should animals preserve wildlife for us? YEAR 3: Do you have what it takes to be a Roman? YEAR 4: Could I live in a world without Music? YEAR 5: Could you thrive in an extreme environment? YEAR 6: Would I prefer to have lived in the time of Henry VIII or Elizabeth I? SUMMER TERM KNOWLEDGE ORGANISERS YEAR 2: What could we design to help victims of flood? YEAR 3: Where does our food come from? YEAR 4: How do ancient practices continue to influence our modern lives? YEAR 5: How does Science and Belief help improve human life? YEAR 6: What can I learn from an Ancient Civilization? If you’d like to find out more about our curriculum, click on the pictures above or come and visit La Fontaine Academy. If you’d like to find out more about our approach to Values-Driven teaching and learning, MFL teaching and learning, Character Education, and Family Dining, come and visit La Fontaine Academy. Get in touch by emailing us. Our Curriculum Policies are available here. Through the inclusion of an international focus in the school, we are able to offer to our children, a range of experiences that will enhance their learning and raise awareness of their national and international identity. Throughout our curriculum, we aim: To provide an informed awareness of countries, cultures and languages other than our own To encourage greater involvement in environmental issues To develop curiosity about other cultures To enable children, staff and leaders to experience daily life in other countries To promote the use of ICT in meaningful contexts for the development of communication skills To provide an added opportunity for the promotion of equal opportunities, racial equality and citizenship Potential Plus UK (PPUK) provides families with activities and magazines which children can explore in their own time, inviting them to discover further interests beyond our school curriculum. Here is a list of magazine and activities for families to access: SPARK for 5-6 year olds (1) | FUSE for 7-12 year olds (1) | Activity Pack (1) SPARK for 5-6 year olds (2) | FUSE for 7-12 year olds (2) | Activity Pack (2) SPARK for 5-6 year olds (3) | FUSE for 7-12 year olds (3) | Activity Pack (3) SPARK for 5-6 year olds (4) | FUSE for 7-12 year olds (4) | Activity Pack (4) SPARK for 5-6 year olds (5) | FUSE for 7-12 year olds (5) | Activity Pack (5) SPARK for 5-6 year olds (6) | FUSE for 7-12 year olds (6) | Activity Pack (6) SPARK for 5-6 year olds (7) | FUSE for 7-12 year olds (7) | Activity Pack (7) SPARK for 5-6 year olds (8) | FUSE for 7-12 year olds (8) | Activity Pack (8) Download a copy of A Bit of Computer Science for Fun (abitofcs4fn) here.