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Help our train guard tell the story of a very special railway journey between London and Scotland.
- Term time, Mondays to Fridays
- 10:15, 11:00, 12:00, 13:00.
- Station Hall
Join in using our noisy props and make the noises you hear along the way, and discover the science of how we hear.
Curriculum links - KS1
8. The range should include:
a. telling stories, real and imagined
b. reading aloud and reciting
c. describing events and experiences
d. speaking to different people, including friends, the class, teachers and other adults.
9. The range should include opportunities for pupils to listen to:
a. each other
b. adults giving detailed explanations and presentations [for example, describing how a model works, reading aloud]
c. recordings [for example, radio, television].
Group discussion and interaction
10. The range of purposes should include:
a. making plans and investigating
b. sharing ideas and experiences
c. commenting and reporting.
11. The range should include:
a. working in role
c. Responding to performances.
3. To develop their understanding of fiction, poetry and drama, pupils should be taught to:
d. learn, recite and act out stories and poems
e. identify patterns of rhythm, rhyme and sounds in poems and their effects
Controlling sounds through singing and playing - performing skills
1. Pupils should be taught how to:
a. use their voices expressively by singing songs and speaking chants and rhymes
b. play tuned and untuned instruments
c. Rehearse and perform with others [for example, starting and finishing together, keeping to a steady pulse].
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