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East Peckham Primary School

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Concept based learning

When planning for our curriculum, teachers consider a range of concepts that they would like to cover that will support the development of a child's character and their emotional wellbeing. Each term the teacher, with the support of the children, chooses key concepts which filter through as many areas of the curriculum as possible. The concepts will be taught through the children's project work (the foundation subjects) as well as the core subjects such as reading the text Wonder when learning about adversity. 

 

Please find below a list of concepts that the children may learn about, experience and be inspired by. The list also includes our school values: Equality, Pride and Success. The concepts covered are shared with parents via the termly curriculum newsletter. 

If you have any questions about the concepts covered in your child's class, please speak to your child's class teacher.

 

adversity

consequences

freedom

passion

spirituality

beauty

creativity

friendship

peace

stewardship

belief

democracy

happiness

poverty

strength

belonging

discrimination

identify

power

sustainability

care

diversity

individuality

prejudice

tradition

change

dreams

influence

pride

transformation

choice

duty

integration

protest

trust

cohesion

failure

justice

resilience

value

Common good

fairness

love

responsibility

virtue

community

faith

loyalty

rights

weakness

compassion

fear

media

sacrifice

wealth

conflict

forgiveness

morality

segregation

well-being

consent

free will

oppression

service

wisdom

equalitysuccess   
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