At The Churchside Federation, we follow a child-led curriculum. Wherever possible teachers plan their science around the half termly/termly topics. If they are unable to do this science is taught as a separate subject to make sure all National curriculum objectives are covered. Science is taught at least weekly and the children are encouraged to use scientific enquiry skills at all times.
- Science Skills – Progression through Year Groups
- Year 1 – National Curriculum Science Objectives
- Year 2 – National Curriculum Science Objectives
- Year 3 – National Curriculum Science Objectives
- Year 4 – National Curriculum Science Objectives
- Year 5 – National Curriculum Science Objectives
- Year 6 – National Curriculum Science Objectives
We enjoy Art and Design at Mundford, and would like to share some of the wonderful creative work we have on display in our corridors.
Thank you to everyone who so generously donated frames for our Mundford Art Gallery. As you can see it is begnning to take shape and the children’s art work looks fabulous in the frame. More art work and frames coming soon.
At Mundford Primary Academy we love to hear and experience live music, and recently we were lucky enough to have a small concert. As well as listening to music performed by musicians, including our regular volunteer Mrs Leach, we were also treated to piano pieces played by four of our students, who have been having lessons with Mrs Leach after school.
If you can play a particular instrument, or have any musical connections, please speak to Mrs Keeler and may be you could take part in our next performance.
As a Church of England Academy we value PSHE and work hard to intertwine it through our curriculum.
PSHE education is a school subject through which pupils develop the knowledge, skills and attributes they need to keep themselves healthy and safe, and prepare for life and work in modern Britain. The three core themes for PSHE are:
- Health and Wellbeing
- Living in the Wider World.
We encourage all our pupils to play a positive role in contributing to school life and the wider community through educational visits, school councils, fundraising events, supporting nominated charities and involvement in community activities.
We follow the PATHS programme which stands for Promoting Alternative Thinking Skills, as this is designed to facilitate the development of self-control, emotional awareness and interpersonal problem-solving skills.
Teachers plan daily PATHS sessions, giving compliments to the PATHS pupil of the day, and have weekly sessions learning about feelings, behaviour of themselves and of others.
Please use the link on this page to find out further information about PATHS.