Wilby Primary

Wilby CE Primary School
  • Everyone is given the support they need to learn about important things like growth mindset and equality Immy
  • We are really creative at Wilby and there are lots of opportunities to express ourselves. Millie
  • Wilby is actually the best place on EarthElodie
  • We are a small school that is FULL of kindnessLuke
  • Everyone here gets along and works very hard as part of the same familyLila
  • I love Wilby because I can be myself!Martha
  • Dream Big and Work Hard and you can achieve anything at Wilby
    Amelia
  • Everyone here tries their hardest
    Euan
  • Our brains are fantastic - we can do anything!
    Albert
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Knowledge organisers

A Knowledge Organiser is a go-to document for a topic/unit of work: each one identifies the key information that children need to have learned by the end of a topic. It also acts as a tool to support children in retaining and retrieving knowledge for life-long learning.

We have developed our own Knowledge Organisers to support the delivery of the curriculum, with each one clearly detailing how skills and knowledge are built upon to ensure that pupil's learning is relevant and long-lasting. Each organiser has a  list of technical vocabulary with definitions. They also contain a list of key 'skills' to be developed throughout the units including researching, observing, analysing and comparing. These are matched carefully with the year groups and there is clear progression in the skills. Copies of the skills progression maps are available in the related subject areas of our website.

Autumn 2020 Knowledge Organisers

KS1

Autumn 1:How does the type of land we have affect the farming we do?

Autumn 2: How and why have castles changed?

LKS2

Autumn 1 and 2: How did life in Britain change throughout the Stone, Bronze and Iron ages?

UKS2

Autumn 1: Why do we need to be ‘Keen to be Green?’

Autumn 2: What is unique about Australia?