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Trade – Curriculum planning

Curriculum planning

Trade

Literacy, Language and Communication
Pupils present, dramatise, debate and discuss learning on the theme of trade and fairtrade, taking into account wider perspectives including those around sustainability and carbon footprints;

Select and use appropriate register to communicate about issues after a study, e.g.

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Transport – Curriculum planning

Transport

Literacy, Language and Communication
Pupils investigate non-fiction texts about transport and consider the wide range of transport types across the worldPupils debate and discuss transport and its benefits and problems, and debate and write about theiropinions, explaining their points of view;

Pupils research the benefits of a Walk to School initiative or other effective ways to reduce their ‘transport footprint’.…

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Waste – Curriculum planning

Curriculum planning

Waste and Re-cycling

Literacy, Language and Communication
Pupils:
debate the issue of waste and how the world’s richest people produce the most waste, giving well-structured descriptions and explanations for different purposes, including expressing feelings;

read fiction books to discuss issues of waste and the environment, e.g.

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Water – Curriculum Planning

Curriculum planning

Water

Literacy, Language and Communication
~ Take on other roles and debate issues, e.g. as a citizen of a country at high risk of flooding due to climate change and sea level rises, or a farmer in a drought region;
~ Talk and write about their opinions, and explain their views, on this topic and inform others about what they find out;
~ Read fiction and non-fiction books and picture books relating to climate change and the effects on people and planet.

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