Enriching our curriculum

Please find below examples of how we enrich our curriculum here at Kingsley St John's.

 

We support our curriculum with Adults Other Than Teachers, rich in their skills and experience.  These Include

Madame Carter - French weekly for Class 2,  3 and 4

Charlie Oaks - Gymnastics for all classes in the summer term and gifted and talented pupils in the Spring Term

Sue Hill - Music - A former teacher at KSJ, but returns to lead and share quality for music in our curriculum

First Access Music - The free 10 weeks of learning a new instrument is enhanced by the school budget to continue the learning for the entire year.  This year the school council chose to focus on strings instruments.  In 2017/18 it is planned to return to continue with stringed instruments.

Various Artists - The school budget identifies a key opportunity to develop our environmnet through a range of art and design opportunities

2014 - Jane Dixon - Ceramic project to show distinctively Christian ethos 

2015 - Anthony Lysycia - Stone Carving - Monoliths created to develop our outdoor learning space

2015 - Sarah Gallagher-Hayes - WIllow Weaving - Celebrating 100 years of Roald Dahl - enhancing the outdoors

2016 - Julia Allison - Our CHristian Calendar - Fabric project 

2016 - Stephen Waterhouse - Celebrating a diverse world - outdoor art close to the entrance

2017 - Chris Gilbert - The Art 'n' Soul Man

 

Forest School

Mr Holland has a full forest school qualification and delivers forest school learning to all our children.

The Plan for the 2017-18 Rota is as follows:-

Autumn 1 - Class 4

Autumn 2 - Class 3

Spring Term - Class 2

Summer 1 - Class 3

Summer 2 - Class 4

 

Please remember your forest school clothing on Thursday Afternoons - a change of clothes/waterproof clothing and suitable footwear.

 

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