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Foundation stage style classroom in ks2?

Discussion in 'Primary' started by cocopop77, Mar 26, 2011.

  1. To set the scene, we have recently been implementing a skills based curriculum across the school. I teach year 5 and plan our topics alongside the year 6 teacher (we are 1 form entry). During our last planning session for next term, the idea of having activities for the children to choose and rotate around was mentioned, similar to how I have seen many foundation stage classrooms run. Has anyone seen this done higher up the school? I would like to give the children more ownership of their learning and wondered if this would work by having practical skills focused activities that they could choose from, rather than everyone doing the same thing at the same time.
     

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