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1 Junior School Programme of Inquiry

2 Year 1 Inquiry Focus: Health/P.E, Social Studies social organisation and culture Central idea: People s relationships can impact and enhance their well-being Key concepts: causation, responsibility Related concepts: cooperation, SS-family, identity Lines of inquiry: How we relate to others, The need for healthy relationships, Characteristics that develop healthy friendships An inquiry into: Where we are in time and place An inquiry into: How we express reflect on, extend and enjoy our creativity; ourappreciation of the aesthetic. An inquiry into: How we organise and their impact on humankind and the environment. Focus: Technology - forces and energy, Social Studies - continuity and change through time, P.E Central idea: Games and toys throughout history relate to events, people and discoveries of other times and places Key concepts: change, connection Related Concepts : Science - mechanics, physics, energy, forces, SS history, innovation Lines of inquiry: Games and toys around the world, How games and toys have changed or remained unchanged over time, The comparison of toys and games now, in the past and in the future Focus: Language, Visual Arts Central idea: Stories inform and provoke us and help our imaginations to grow Key concepts: perspective, causation Related concept: communication Lines of inquiry: Features of a story, What stories convey, How stories are created and shared, Feelings and emotions that stories evoke Focus: Science - materials and matter Central idea: We can do things with materials to find out how they behave and change Key concept: form Related concepts causation, Science liquids, solids, changes of state Lines of inquiry: How the properties of materials can be changed, How different materials can be used for particular functions, How different materials behave Focus: Mathematics, Social Studies - human systems and economic activities, rescources and the environment Central idea: Communities need systems to get them from place to place according to their needs Key concepts: function, connection Related concepts: SS pollution, transportation, consumption Lines of inquiry: Specific purposes of different transportation systems, Factors that affect the kinds of systems that could be developed, Relationships between transportation systems and the environnment An inquiry into: Sharing the planet An inquiry into rights and responsibilities in the struggle to share finite resources with Focus: Science living things, Social Studies - human and natural environments Central idea: Plants keep us and other living things alive Key concepts: change, connection Related concepts: responsiblity, Science - plants, classification, growth, organisms, SS Impact, landscape Lines of inquiry: Living / Non-Living, What plants provide for us and for other living things, Caring for plant life

3 Year 2 Inquiry Focus: Health, P.E, Science, Social Studies - social organisation and culture Central idea: Everything I do has an impact on myself and others Key concepts: function, responsibility Related concept: behaviour, SS identity, roles, conflict Lines of inquiry: Making good choices, How our actions can make a difference, The Learner Profile, Conflict resolution An inquiry into: Where we are in time and place Focus: Social Studies - social organisation and culture, continuity through change and time Central idea: Family stories can help us to connect to others Key concepts: connection, perspective Related concepts: time, Science - sustainability, SS -family, identity, chronology, history Lines of inquiry: Economic factors influence opportnities, The impact/ influence of culture in our homes, Understanding others help us to value our relationships An inquiry into: How we express reflect on, extend and enjoy our creativity; ourappreciation of the aesthetic. Focus: Literacy, Visual Arts, SS continuity and change through time Central idea: Sounds can help us understand and express our world Key concepts: form, function Related concepts: perception, SS innovation, discovery Lines of inquiry: Different sources of sound, We express through sound, We can respond to sound An inquiry into: How we organise and their impact on humankind and the environment. An inquiry into Sharing the planet An inquiry into rights and responsibilities in the struggle to share finite resources with Focus: Science - forces and energy, resources and the environment, interdependence, Music Central idea: Light is an essential life sustaining resource that comes from different sources and has different properties Key concepts: function, connection Related concepts causation, Science - light and sound, electricity, transformation of energy, SS consumption, energy Lines of inquiry: Sources of light, Light as a resource, How light creates life, Properties of light Focus: Science, Social Studies - human systems and economic activities, resources and the environment, human and natural environments Central idea: The supply of food to communities relies on systems and cooperation Key concept: function Related concepts: connection, SS consumption, distribution, interdependence, locality, dependence Lines of inquiry: Systems for food production, The people and tools that are part of the processing of these foods, How foods are supplied to communities Focus: Science - living things, Social Studies human and natural environments Central idea: Over time, living things adapt in order to survive Key concept: change Related Concepts : Science - adaptation, biology, SS - geography, impact, conservation, diversity Lines of inquiry: Exploration of adaptation, Circumstances that lead to adaptation, How plants and animals adapt or respond to environmental conditions

4 Year 3 Inquiry An inquiry into: Where we are in time and place An inquiry into: How we express reflect on, extend and enjoy our creativity; our appreciation of the aesthetic. An inquiry into: How we organise and their impact on humankind and Focus: Health, Social Studies human and natural environments, social organisation and culture, Science living things Central idea: Learning about our bodies can help us make good choices Key concepts: function, responsibility Related concept: form, Science systems (digestive, nervous, reproductive, respiratory), growth, SS impact, population, family, diversity, identity Lines of inquiry: The various parts and systems in the human body and how they work, How food affects our bodies, What a healthy lifestyle means Focus: Technology, Social Studies - social organisation and culture, continuity and change through time, Science - forces and energy Central idea: Exploration can lead to new discoveries Key concepts: change, causation Related concepts: reflection, SS - discovery, exploration, history and innovation, migration, chronology, Science - magnetism (poles/compass) Lines of inquiry: Personal exploration (motivating factors for exploration), How humans explore, How does exploration impact or contribute to society Focus: Language, Drama, Social Studies - continuity and change through time Central idea: We discover new ways of thinking and feeling by responding to literature Key concepts: perspective, connection Related concepts: reflection, SS family, traditions, diversity, religion, progress Lines of inquiry: Picture books can open our minds, Concepts and big ideas in a story, Cultural beliefs are expressed through story Focus: Social Studies resources and the environment, Science - materials and matter, forces and energy, Visual Art Central idea: Understanding scientific principles can impact on the design and function of objects Key concepts: function, causation Related concepts: responsibility, Science - solids/structures, properties, forces, technological advances, mechanics, SS consumption, sustainability, innovation Lines of inquiry: The properties of materials affect their function, Forces and motion dictate possibilities, Impact of innovation on design Focus: Social Studies - social organisation and culture Central idea: When preparing for an event people work together Key concepts: function, connection Related concepts: responsibility, cooperation/employment, SScommunications, communities, citizenship, networks Lines of inquiry: Different events in our lives, How people work together to prepare for an event, Importance of shared vision An inquiry into: Sharing the planet An inquiry into rights and responsibilities in the struggle to share finite resources with Focus: Social Studies - resources and the environment, Science living things Central idea: Ecosystems are a delicate balance of many life forms Key concepts: causation, change Related concepts: responsibility, Science - earth/space, seasons/ life cycles, organisms, habitats, SS - conservation, ecology, pollution, sustainability Lines of inquiry: How the ecosystem works, Interelationship within the ecosystem, How humans impact on the ecosystem

5 Year 4 Inquiry An inquiry into: Where we are in time and place An inquiry into: How we express reflect on, extend and enjoy our creativity; ourappreciation of the aesthetic. Focus: Health, PSPE, Social Studies, - social organisation and culture, Science - living things Central idea: We live in harmony by respecting each others individual differences Key concepts: responsibility, reflection Related concepts: citizenship, Science - conservation, ecology, pollution and sustainability, genetics, classification, SS-artifacts, diversity, identity, prejudice Lines of inquiry: Our differences make us special, Learning styles/ personality traits, A harmonious community is inclusive, respectful and has a sense of belonging for everyone Focus: Social Studies - social organisation and culture, Science - continuity and change through time. Central idea: The exploration of a country s history and indigenous people can lead to new perspectives Key concepts: change, perspective Related concepts: Science forces and energy pollution, SS - identity, relationships, civilisations, conflict, discovery, rights and roles Lines of inquiry: Early New Zealand, Treaty of Waitangi (Treaties), Perspectives on Maori Art and Culture Focus: Visual Art, PSPE, Media, Science Central idea: The colours in nature can inspire Artists Key concepts: form, perspective Related concepts: SS - interpretation, communication, Science - materials and matter, chemical and physical change Lines of inquiry: The colour in nature inspires, Artists who use colour in nature as inspiration, How we can use colours from nature in our art An inquiry into: How we organise and their impact on humankind and An inquiry into: Sharing the planet An inquiry into rights and responsibilities in the struggle to share finite resources with Focus: Science, Social studies human and natural environments Central idea: The Earth is a part of a vast universe Key concepts: form, connection Related concepts: properties, Science - earth and space geology, gravity, space, theory of origin, SS-geography, landscape, settlements Lines of inquiry: Properties of Earth, Earth in a place in the solar system, Space exploration, Moon/sun/tides/Matariki Focus: Social Studies - human systems and economic activities, social organisation and culture Central idea Government rules, systems and decisions impact on the way we live Key concepts: causation, function Related concepts: systems, transformation, SS - freedom, governments, justice, legislation, conflict Lines of inquiry: Types of governance, Decision making processes, Impact of laws and decisions on our lives Focus: Science, Social Studies - resources and the environment Cental idea: Fresh water is essential to life. However it will continue to be a limited resource until we learn to manage it effectively Key concepts: causation, connection Related concepts: responsibility, Science - conservation, ecosystems, homeostasis, Earth and space systems (water cycle), SS-conservation, distribution, wealth, pollution Lines of inquiry: The water cycle and it s effect on climate, landforms and environmental changes both natural and human induced, Responsibilities regarding water, National and Global water issues

6 Year 5 Inquiry Focus: Social Studies social organisation and culture, human systems and economic activities, Science - living things Central idea: In attempt to meet human needs, society has determined human rights and responsibilities Key concepts: responsibility, perspective Related concepts: diversity, Science - resources, SS rights, roles, education, poverty, justice, government Lines of inquiry: What does it mean to be human, The rights that all children should have, Comparisons between rights and responsibilities, How these rights differ throughout the world An inquiry into: Where we are in time and place An inquiry into: How we express reflect on, extend and enjoy our creativity; our appreciation of the aesthetic. Focus: Social Studies - continuity and change through time, human systems and economic activities, resources and the environment Central idea: Human Migration is a response to challenges, risks and opportunities Key concepts: change, causation Related concepts: consequences, Science - resources, SS geography, borders, authority, settlements, population, family, religion, history, poverty, opportunity, impact Lines of inquiry: Reasons for migration, Effects of migration on communities, cultures and individuals, Migration through history Focus: Social Studies - social organisation and culture Central idea: Communication in many forms facilitates personal and global connections Key concepts: perspective and connection Related concepts: reflection, SS - networks, communication Lines of inquiry: Expressing our ideas through languages, symbols, text and visual forms, Various medium can be used to communicate our ideas, Expressing our uniqueness through language, symbols, text and visual art Focus: Science - living things, earth and space, forces and energy Central idea: Energy may be converted from one form to another and stored in various ways Key concepts: form, function Related concepts: responsibility, Science - energy, electricity, heat, kinetic, potential, renewable energy sources, properties and uses of materials, convection and conduction Lines of inquiry: Forms of energy, Storage and transformation of energy, Conservation of energy, Renewable and sustainable energy An inquiry into: How we organise and their impact on humankind and Focus: Social Studies - rescources and the environment Central idea: The provision of goods and services dependent on the interconnectedness of systems Key concepts: form, function and connection Related concepts: decision making, rights, SS - consumption, distribution, interdependence, production, cooperation Lines of inquiry: The relationship between business and consumers, Goods and services, Money is a system which supports communities An inquiry into : An inquiry into Sharing the planet An inquiry into rights and responsibilities in the struggle to share finite resources with Focus: Social Studies- resources and the environment, Science - earth and space Central idea: Through the way they live, humans can alter environmental conditions Key concept: responsibility Related concepts: causation, connection, atmosphere Lines of inquiry: Knowledge of change to planet earth over time, Connection between global warming and the extreme weather, Features of contemporary global environment, Resource consumption

7 Year 6 Inquiry An inquiry into: Where we are in time and place An inquiry into: How we express reflect on, extend and enjoy our creativity; our appreciation of the aesthetic. Focus: Health / PSPE - interactions, Social Studies - human systems and economic activities, Science - living things Central idea: We have the potential to be leaders and make a difference Key concepts: function, responsibility Related Concepts: Science - challenges, risks, evolution, theory of origin, SS- conflict, justice, truth, cooperation, education Lines of inquiry: Qualities of leaders, Inspirational leadership, My actions make a difference, How people bring about change Focus: Social Studies - continuity and change through time, Science - materials and matter Central idea: Technological advances change and influence our lives Key concepts: change, connection Related concepts: transformation, communication, Science - forces and energy, technology and advances, physics, equilibrium, SS innovation, discovery, exploration, history, progress Lines of inquiry: Communication has advanced and has increased global connections, Revolutionary scientific discoveries challenge humankind, Technologies of the past impact on the future Focus: Social Studies - social organisation and culture, PSPE - active living, identity, dance Central idea: The collaborative work of artists can lead to new interpretations Key concepts: reflection, perspective Related concepts: interpretation, opinions, SS civilisation, progress, identity, traditions Lines of inquiry: Collaboration can enhance the creative process, Exploration of culture through art, Art can provoke responses and change perspectives Focus: Science -living things, earth and space, PSPE - interactions, identity, Social Studies human and natural enviromments Central idea: Powerful natural forces interact to shape our Earth Key concepts: change, form Related Concepts: Science - weather, tectonic plate movement, atmosphere, climate, erosion, evidence, SS - impact, geography, landscape Lines of inquiry: The scientific principles of forces (hands on exploration of forces), Human response to the Earth s changes, The impact of forces on our Earth An inquiry into: How we organise and their impact on humankind and An inquiry into: Sharing the planet An inquiry into rights and responsibilities in the struggle to share finite resources with Focus: Social Studies- human systems and economic activites, human and natural environments, Science - living things Central idea: Economic systems impact on individuals and on organisations in societies Key concepts: causation, connection Related concepts: systems, consequences, Science SS - ethics, ownership, population, dependence, truth Lines of inquiry: Types of economic systems, Globalisation and market forces, Innovation and ethics in economic systems, Population studies, Social issues in science ethical practices Focus: Science - climate change, earth and space, Social Studies - resources and the environment, human and natural environments Central idea: The way in which humans value Earth s resources can change over time Key concepts: causation, form Related concepts: connection Science - earth and space, geology resources, sustainability, material and matter properties and uses of materials, SS consumption, distribution and wealth Lines of inquiry: Knowledge of a country s natural rescources, Resource demand and consumption, Properties of natural resources, Historical perspective of NZ s natural resources and impacts

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