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A cross-curricular approach to pirates
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Year 2 students on the BA Primary Education course at the University of Northampton have made Grace O'Malley, the 'Pirate Queen', the pivot of an imaginative and creative cross-curricular theme exploring pirates.

The students - listed in order of surname
Kate Adamson, Caroline Gibbs, Kate Herbert, Rebecca McKay and Amy Vaughan.

Why choose this theme and focus?
  • Lots of curriculum links
  • Exciting and imaginative theme
  • Recent resources and stimuli e.g. Pirates of the Caribbean
  • Opportunities to be creative
  • Develop relationships as a class – collaborative skills
  • Interactive
  • Scope for external visits

Overview of the scheme

Download
A PowerPoint presentation containing furrther details can be downloaded at:

http://www.iisresource.org/Documents/UN_Pirates.ppt