Our Creative Curriculum

At Frieth we believe that pupils learn best when they are inspired by imaginative and creative activities and learning opportunities. We have developed a creative, flexible and challenging curriculum for our school which not only incorporates all the statutory requirements of the National Curriculum, but also includes areas of study which we believe will inspire our pupils and has our community and our values within its heart. We will plan for a cross curricular approach where pupils will be able to use skills from one area of the curriculum to advance their learning in another area. For example, using mathematical skills for data collection to find out about our local environment and then use their literacy skills to write a leaflet about the local environment using the geographical knowledge they gained. These topic headings provide a sample of our planned Whole School Creative Curriculum from 2014:

Wheels

Autumn 14

Pirates

Spring 15

Time Detectives

Summer 15

Shoes

Autumn 15

The Quest

Spring 16

Carnival!

Summer 16

All the World a Stage

Autumn 2016

Island Hopping

Spring 2017

Masterchef

Summer 2017

Underground,

Overground

Eco Warriors

Monsters

More information about our curriculum can be found in the curriculum area, on the class pages or by contacting the Curriculum Coordinator through the school office. 
Autumn 2014
Finding out about the history of cars at Beuliea Motor Museum for our 'Wheels' topic
Spring 2015
Designing and making Viking purses when studying the early Pirates and Marauders
Summer 2015
Frieth Pupils giving guided tours of our 'Pop Up Archive' Museum as part of our 'Time Detectives' Topic, timed to coincide with our 150th anniversary celebrations.
Spring 2017
Food tasting from around the world as part of our 'Island Hopping' topic
Autumn 2015
Art work from our Shoes topic
Spring 2016
On a quest for information at Warwick Castle!
Summer 2016
Carnival and Olympic inspired dancing at our annual Summer Queen Festival
Autumn 2016
Capoeira dance fun as part of the 'All the World a Stage' Topic