Here at Grimoldby Primary School, we follow the Cornerstones Curriculum. This is a creative and thematic approach to learning that is mapped to the 2014 Primary National Curriculum to ensure comprehensive coverage of national expectations. Through Imaginative Learning Projects (ILPs), the curriculum provides a rich menu of exciting and motivating learning activities that make creative links between all aspects of children’s learning.
The tables below show how our curriculum operates on a two-year rolling cycle.
|Autumn 1||Why do leaves go crispy?||Why do love me so much?||The Enchanted Woodland||Muck, mess and mixtures||Mighty Metals||Burps, Bottoms & Bile||Time Traveller||Blood Heart|
|Spring 1||Where does snow go?||Which was the biggest dino?||Dinosaur Planet||Towers, Tunnels & Turrets||Flow||I Am Warrior||Off With Her Head||Revolution|
|Spring 2||Why is water wet?||Why can’t I have chocolate for breakfast?|
|Summer 1||Can we explore it?||Why do spiders eat flies?||Rio De Vida||Wriggle & Crawl||Tribal Tales||Road Trip to USA||Alchemy Island||Hola Mexico!|
|Summer 2||Why do ladybirds have spots?|
|Autumn 1||How many colours in a rainbow?||Do you want to be friends?||Paws & Claws||Land Ahoy!||Tremors||Blue Abyss||Pharaohs||Frozen Kingdom|
|Autumn 2||Why do squirrels hide their nuts?|
|Spring 1||Are eggs alive?||Do cows drink milk?||Bright Lights, Big City||Beat, Band, Boogie!||Heroes and Villains||Traders & Raiders||Stargazers||ID|
|Summer 1||What grows?||Will you read me a story?||Superheroes||The Scented Garden||Predator||Misty Mountain Sierra||Peasants, Princes & Pestilence||Darwin’s Delights|
|Summer 2||Am I the fastest?||Did dragons exist?|