5 Things to do

Memorable experiences are so important to our children & we want them to develop in areas which enrich the curriculum they experience in our school.

Each year group has 5 things to do which are experiences they will encounter across that year. They are not linked to the national curriculum they are ‘childhood activities’ which we feel every child should have the opportunity to experience before they leave primary school.

This is what our children have to look forwards to –

2 Year Old

  • Dig for worms
  • Make our own playdough
  • Blow bubbles
  • Make jam sandwiches
  • Make a den

Nursery

  • Decorate an egg for Easter
  • Have a teddy bear’s picnic
  • Splash in a puddle
  • Make a bird feeder
  • Brush a horse’s hair

Reception

  • Eat home grown vegetables
  • Go on a bus
  • Post a letter
  • Sing and dance in the rain
  • Visit the library

Y1

  • Go to the beach
  • Ice cream
  • Water fight
  • Come dine with me
  • Circus experience

Y2

  • Splash in water
  • Make pumpkin soup
  • Carol concert
  • Walk the 199 steps in Whitby
  • Easter Egg hunt

Y3

  • Spring Walk
  • Learn to cross the road
  • Go fossil hunting
  • Have a tea party
  • Learn to play a musical instrument

Y4

  • Conker Match
  • Decorate an Easter egg
  • Be a Ninja Warrior
  • MasterChef
  • Make a music video

Y5

  • Build a den
  • Picnic in the wild
  • Wintery adventure
  • Wild art
  • Snail race

Y6

  • Learn a magic trick
  • Perform in a talent show
  • Bake pancakes
  • Go in a WW2 bunker
  • Visit a fire station

ARC

  • Have a cinema experience
  • Paper aeroplane competition
  • Hear your own echo
  • Create a time capsule
  • Create rock art

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