The Queen Katherine School

The Queen Katherine School

Breakdown of Resources by Subject Area

Please note that the following information was provided by the teaching school and was correct at the time of publishing on 31st January 2016. All enquiries related to this resource and the information given here, should be directed to the teaching school via the email provided by them.

We have created some resources which are available to all schools in England – Kendal Collaborative Partnership curriculum resources.

The Queen Katherine Teaching School Alliance used the funding to establish local curriculum working groups in English, mathematics, computing, history and modern languages. The Computing group worked alongside a CAS Primary Master Teacher to develop and trial materials on programming. The English and mathematics groups have focussed on materials to support more able pupils in KS2. The history group have developed units on The Stone Age and the Wool Trade in Kendal whilst the MFL group have worked cross-phase with secondary colleagues to ensure continuity at transition and give all schools access to materials.

Breakdown of Resources by Subject Area

Maths – resources for teachers to support work with more able pupils in Key Stage 2.

English – resources for teachers to support work with more able pupils in Key Stage 2.

Computing – A wide range of resources – locally produced and links to resources produced elsewhere – to support the programming element of the Computing curriculum.

History – Teaching Units on “The Stone Age” and “The Wool Trade” along with a shared resource bank of artefacts to be used by the primary schools in the Kendal Collaborative Partnership.

Modern Languages – guidance on materials available to support the teaching of French and Spanish in primary schools.