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At Overfields Primary School we  use a creative and cross-curriculum approach to teaching and learning with  themes being centred around a core reading text or a Science, History or Geography theme.  We try to incorporate a visit or visitor to school each term to bring learning to life and to give our pupils stimulating and exciting experiences to use as a base for creative writing. 
  Theme 1 Theme 2 Theme 3 Theme 4 Theme 5 Theme 6
EYFS Rhyme Time Fairy Stories Colour Minibeasts All About me Toys People Who Help Us Animals Food
  Theme 1 Theme 2  Theme 3
Year 1 & Year 2 2 Year Cycle  A Victorian seaside The Arctic Trains & Transport - George Stephenson 
Toys Then & Now   China

Space  / Neil Armstrong 

Year 3 Stoneage / Ironage Our Wonderful World The Romans
Year 4  Anglo Saxons  Rainforests The Vikings
Year 5   The Ancient Greeks  Famous Explorers The Journey of a River
Year 6 Conflict - WW1/WW2  Middlesbrough: Our local town & heritage   Ancient Civilisation  Mayans 
  You can find out more information about the National Curriculum here.   

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