FUNecole® for Computer Science

FUNecole® is your end-to-end toolkit to tackle the new and demanding UK primary computing program of study. With 100% syllabus coverage in both KS1 and KS2, its topics include coding, computer science, networks, searching and the internet, e-safety, digital literacy and ICT.

The FUNecole® Green Awareness Year 1™

year 1

Computer Science

  • Follow the steps in algorithms for everyday tasks.
  • Know how to recreate algorithms as programs to perform simple tasks
  • Know how to use computing devices to manually record data, including using a form.
  • Know that some devices can connect to each other to make a network.
  • Identify what robots are and where they may be found in the real world.
Yearly Hours of teaching: 70 hours

The FUNecole® Red Interest Year 2™

year 2

Computer Science

  • Follow and understand linear algorithms.
  • Know how to recreate algorithms as programs.
  • Investigate different ways of using computing devices to collect categorical data for a particular purpose.
  • Identify a range of devices that can connect to a network, including the internet.
  • Compare the representation of robots in fiction with real robots that have a real-world purpose.
Yearly Hours of teaching: 70 hours

The FUNecole® Yellow Exploring Year 3™

year 3

Computer Science

  • Follow, understand, edit and correct linear algorithms.
  • Know how to create programs with more than one algorithm running at the same time.
  • Know how to record discrete and categorical data, using computing devices.
  • Identify networked hardware within a familiar environment, including the school and home
  • Explain the role of robots in manufacturing.
Yearly Hours of teaching: 70 hours

The FUNecole® Blue Design Year 4™

year 4

Computer Science

  • Follow, understand, edit and correct algorithms that uses iteration, including count controlled loops.
  • Know how to develop programs with iteration.
  • Understand the advantages and disadvantages of using forms when collecting data.
  • Explain the role of servers and clients in a network.
  • Identify the role of robots in service industries, including for delivery services, public transport and health care.
Yearly Hours of teaching: 70 hours

The FUNecole® Orange Development Year 5™

year 5

Computer Science

  • Follow, understand, edit and correct algorithms that contain selection.
  • Know how to develop programs where two or more objects can interact
  • Know how to collect data for sets of related questions, limited to categorical and discrete data.
  • Explain the role of switches, routers and wi-fi access points in a network.
  • Know that Artificial Intelligence (AI) simulates human intelligence within computer systems.
Yearly Hours of teaching: 70 hours

The FUNecole® White Sharing Year 6™

year 6

    Computer Science

  • Follow and understand algorithms that are presented as flowcharts.
  • Know how to develop block-based programs where multiple algorithms interrelate.
  • Design appropriate forms to capture continuous data for given purposes.
  • Know that a range of digital content is stored on servers, including streaming and messaging services.
  • Know that robots can work autonomously.
Yearly Hours of teaching: 70 hours

FUNecole® for Digital Literacy

FUNecole®’s integrated ICT curriculum is thorougly aligned with the Cambridge ICT Starters syllabus. It is delivered through a comprehensive and structured set of fully-designed lessons for up to 70 teaching hours per primary year.

Each FUNecole® lesson includes illustrated guides and presentations for a variety of ICT tools and software. The instructional content is available for both teachers and students and is rigorously mapped against the Cambridge ICT Starters qualification objectives.

The FUNecole® Green Awareness Year 1™

year 1

Digital Literacy

  • Become familiar with basic I/O devices (keyboard, mouse, screen, printer, speaker, camera, and microphone).
  • Understand proper postures when using a variety of computer devices.
  • Understand the diversity of computer devices, including personal computers, laptops, tablets, mobile telephones, servers etc.
  • Be familiar with the browser environment (open, close, exit).
  • Use various ways of searching for information on the internet such as keywords and search engines.
  • Recognise common uses of information technology at home and at school (digital alarm, digital TV, tablet games, smartphones, using the web).
Yearly Hours of teaching: 70 hours

The FUNecole® Red Interest Year 2™

year 2

Digital Literacy

  • Generate, access, and search digital content, such as audio, video and photographs.
  • Understand what computing hardware and software is.
  • Understand that the internet is a network, with physical parts connected.
  • Use hyperlinks to access websites and pages, which can be linked to an icon, text, or image.
  • Learn about the environment of email applications.
  • Create online content such as a blog post, wiki entry or a social network update.
Yearly Hours of teaching: 70 hours

The FUNecole® Yellow Exploring Year 3™

year 3

Digital Literacy

  • Identify situations to use computer applications accordingly.
  • Work with cross-platform application windows and identify the different parts of a window.
  • Describe what hardware and software is.
  • Be aware of the risks of communicating through the internet with information that may not be accurate.
  • Consider how your own online actions impact other people and that personal information and identifying photographs and/or videos should not be shared.
  • Understand how a content may serve a purpose like the sharing of knowledge, advertising or expressing opinions etc.
Yearly Hours of teaching: 70 hours

The FUNecole® Blue Design Year 4™

year 4

Digital Literacy

  • Follow, understand, edit and correct algorithms that uses iteration, including count controlled loops.
  • Know how to develop programs with iteration.
  • Understand the advantages and disadvantages of using forms when collecting data.
  • Explain the role of servers and clients in a network.
  • Identify the role of robots in service industries, including for delivery services, public transport and health care.
Yearly Hours of teaching: 70 hours

The FUNecole® Orange Development Year 5™

year 5

Digital Literacy

  • Understand and follow the requirements or acceptable policies of their school or any other environment they are part of.
  • Know how to differentiate data with information.
  • Learn the difference between the Internet and the World Wide Web.
  • Understand what embedded control systems are.
  • Brainstorm on how to improve computational artifacts.
  • Become aware of the impact computers have in both human lives and other forms of life (positive and negative).
Yearly Hours of teaching: 70 hours

The FUNecole® White Sharing Year 6™

year 6

Digital Literacy

  • Be aware of the evolution of human activity since the invention of the internet, in terms of communication, commerce, education and other aspects of life.
  • Become familiar with different Internet services; use blogs and cloud-based productivity/ collaboration/storage tools.
  • Understand the functions of the CPU.
  • Make Binary to Decimal and Decimal to Binary conversions.
  • Gain proficient understanding of computer memory / storage measurement: bit, byte, KB, MB, GB, TB.
  • Assemble from scratch an e-learning content presentation for an audience
Yearly Hours of teaching: 70 hours

FUNecole® for 21st Century Skills

The most comprehensive, innovative and scientifically designed 6-year digital curriculum backed by an immersive online learning platform to teach and assess 21st century skills in primary education. Packed with fully designed lessons for up to 70 teaching hours per academic year for the whole 6-year primary curriculum

FUNecole® lessons engage students in real-world scenarios with project-based learning, integrate 21st-century interdisciplinary themes with technology skills, and transform typical classes to ICT-rich learning environments.

The FUNecole® Green Awareness Year 1™

year 1

21st Century Skills

  • Practise critical thinking and begin forming a personal point of view.
  • Understand the benefits of working in teams, as opposed to working alone.
  • Develop a positive attitude towards countries, people, cultures and accept that all people are entitled to the same human rights.
  • Demonstrate an understanding of own rights and responsibilities within the community.
  • Understand the benefits of working in teams, as opposed to working alone.
  • Adopt positive behaviour when communicating (either through speaking or listening)
Yearly Hours of teaching: 70 hours

The FUNecole® Red Interest Year 2™

year 2

21st Century Skills

  • Realise that we are all responsible for caring for and for protecting our environment.
  • Identify the importance of effective communication.
  • Identify personal interests, preferences and values - Understand how they influence behaviour across contexts.
  • Realise that despite apparent differences, people have similarities that could bring them closer.
  • Acknowledge the importance of the prosperity of future generations when it comes to keeping the environment safe.
  • Locate relevant information and answers to questions within selected sources.
Yearly Hours of teaching: 70 hours

The FUNecole® Yellow Exploring Year 3™

year 3

21st Century Skills

  • Develop new improved group plans for creative problem solving.
  • Become involved in divergent (creative) and convergent (critical) thinking.
  • Demonstrate creative and critical thinking skills while resolving problems.
  • Identify versatile solutions for given challenges: Exercise creative thinking.
  • Cooperate and collaborate in teams about land and oceans without discrimination in terms of social background, gender or ethnic origin.
  • Respect and work with others collaboratively while solving problems.
Yearly Hours of teaching: 70 hours

The FUNecole® Blue Design Year 4™

year 4

21st Century Skills

  • Embark on a creative thinking process.
  • Exercise critical thinking and recognise others’ point of view.
  • Develop a deeper awareness about the thinking and learning process.
  • Learn how they can build bridges among people and recognise connections and responsibilities in wider communities and the global world.
  • Recognise rights and responsibilities within the school community.
  • Identify the quality and validity of information available online by asking significant questions.
Yearly Hours of teaching: 70 hours

The FUNecole® Orange Development Year 5™

year 5

21st Century Skills

  • Understand and follow the requirements or acceptable policies of their school or any other environment they are part of.
  • Know how to differentiate data with information.
  • Learn the difference between the Internet and the World Wide Web.
  • Understand what embedded control systems are.
  • Brainstorm on how to improve computational artifacts.
  • Become aware of the impact computers have in both human lives and other forms of life (positive and negative).
Yearly Hours of teaching: 70 hours

The FUNecole® White Sharing Year 6™

year 6

21st Century Skills

  • Be critical of information relating to the environment and be willing to test a personal opinion against facts and against the opinions of others.
  • Get actively involved in resolving community challenges.
  • Make tangible and useful contributions to innovation by acting on creative ideas.
  • Examine diverse world cultures.
  • Arrange important events and experiences while presenting a detailed judgment and opinion on various expressive-creative manifestations.
  • Communicate ideas and feelings while applying the appropriate genre.
Yearly Hours of teaching: 70 hours

FUNecole® for Global Perspectives

FUNecole® offers a themed well-rounded systemic approach for the K-6 education covering Computer Science Coding Augmented & Virtual Reality, Artificial Intelligence, Digital Literacy, Social - Emotional Learning & Global Perspectives, 21st-century skills, in a transdisciplinary STREAMS approach.

The FUNecole® Green Awareness Year 1™

year 1

Global Perspectives

  • Research about people from different countries/ cultures/ ethnicities/ religions/languages, who live and work in communities and share common interests.
  • Analysis on the different perspectives of these people.
  • Evaluate the use of recycle, reduce and reuse.
  • Recognise the importance of maintaining family relationships.
  • Be involved and collaborate in conflict-resolution scenarios.
  • Communicate and cooperate with others.
Yearly Hours of teaching: 70 hours

The FUNecole® Red Interest Year 2™

year 2

Global Perspectives

  • Understand the consequences of unhealthy habits e.g., eating or acting.
  • Be aware of how feelings, values and thoughts may link.
  • Share resources with others while working independently or with other team members.
  • Identify the importance of effective communication.
  • Acknowledge the importance of communication with all the family members.
  • Understand the importance of passing valuable traditions from one generation to the next.
Yearly Hours of teaching: 70 hours

The FUNecole® Yellow Exploring Year 3™

year 3

Global Perspectives

  • Practice communication rules and methods.
  • Agree on and accept basic sets of team rules.
  • Gain awareness about environmental issues and develop a responsible attitude towards maintaining a healthy community environment.
  • Develop a better and healthier community/ environment.
  • Identify human needs such as security, health, good living conditions, freedom of choice.
  • Appreciate the importance of democracy and the freedom to choose and vote.
Yearly Hours of teaching: 70 hours

The FUNecole® Blue Design Year 4™

year 4

Global Perspectives

  • Demonstrate an increased awareness of rights and responsibilities as a citizen.
  • Plan towards safety strategies and the prevention of accidents.
  • Explore and identify different kinds of communication (verbal and non-verbal).
  • Use appropriate behaviour for tackling different situations that can help improve social communication.
  • Recognise the advantages and hazards of instant online communication.
  • Plan towards safety strategies and the prevention of accidents.
Yearly Hours of teaching: 70 hours

The FUNecole® Orange Development Year 5™

year 5

Global Perspectives

  • Develop insight and an understanding of the values of others and learn to show empathy.
  • Be prepared to present your own work to peers, enabling them to become confident communicators.
  • Recognise the importance of care, consideration and courtesy, when interacting with other family members.
  • Evaluate and justify data that supports logical conclusions by demonstrating deductive reasoning.
  • Prepare to play an active role as a citizen of an ever-changing global world.
  • Be prepared to present your own work to peers, enabling them to become confident communicators.
Yearly Hours of teaching: 70 hours

The FUNecole® White Sharing Year 6™

year 6

Global Perspectives

  • Be involved in the shaping of values and feelings in their own expressive - creative manifestations.
  • Communicate ideas and feelings while applying the appropriate genre.
  • Be able to use the communication channels and environmental education networks available in environmental initiatives and projects.
  • Establish, build and maintain a relationship with an audience by utilizing appropriate oral communication.
  • Examine diverse world cultures.
Yearly Hours of teaching: 70 hours

FUNecole® for 21st Social Emotional Learning

The FUNecole® holistic solution is supported by a comprehensive and fully structured selection of lessons and activities, which integrate Computer Science and Social and Emotional Learning for grades 1 to 6.

FUNecole® inspires students to show competences in areas like self awareness, self management, responsible decision making, relationship skills, and social awareness. FUNecole® lessons scaffold the use of digital skills embedded into activities that are anchored in real-world contexts and situations. They build SEL seamlessly, as it is integrated into the academic instruction.

The FUNecole® Green Awareness Year 1™

year 1

Social Emotional Learning

  • Present themselves to fellow classmates, teachers, and parents with confidence.
  • Express opinions, feelings, desires, thoughts and values.
  • Have empathy and show acceptance about people from different countries/ cultures/ ethnicities/religions/languages, who live and work in communities and share common interests.
  • Understand the importance of self-confidence and an optimistic and positive disposition.
  • Understand the value of accepting other opinions and not enforcing a personal viewpoint.
  • Be ready to accept and challenge both positive and negative feelings.
Yearly Hours of teaching: 70 hours

The FUNecole® Red Interest Year 2™

year 2

Social Emotional Learning

  • Understand the importance of positive self-esteem.
  • Be ready to make informed decisions about received information (seen or heard).
  • Be aware of how feelings, values and thoughts may link.
  • Appreciate the importance of trust.
  • Understand the importance of offering help to others, without expecting anything in return.
  • Gain awareness and acceptance of negative feelings.
Yearly Hours of teaching: 70 hours

The FUNecole® Yellow Exploring Year 3™

year 3

Social Emotional Learning

  • Understand the importance of positive self-esteem.
  • Be ready to make informed decisions about received information (seen or heard).
  • Be aware of how feelings, values and thoughts may link.
  • Appreciate the importance of trust.
  • Understand the importance of offering help to others, without expecting anything in return.
  • Gain awareness and acceptance of negative feelings.
Yearly Hours of teaching: 70 hours

The FUNecole® Blue Design Year 4™

year 4

Social Emotional Learning

  • Practice self-directed learning.
  • Exhibit self-discipline and self-motivation.
  • Identify and use stress-management strategies.
  • Identify personal unique contributions to groups and situations.
  • Make decisions and develop alternatives for facing conflict.
  • Use brainstorming processes to come up with ways of solving a problem.
Yearly Hours of teaching: 70 hours

The FUNecole® Orange Development Year 5™

year 5

Social Emotional Learning

  • Recognize that we need resilience, motivation, persistence to face up to failure.
  • Appreciate the importance of maintaining a strong personal stance.
  • Think positively about other people.
  • Develop and demonstrate appropriate self-efficacy and self-talk.
  • Work with group members effectively, to identify ethical implications of group processes and decisions as a group leader.
  • Recognise and activate the bridges that connect people.
Yearly Hours of teaching: 70 hours

The FUNecole® White Sharing Year 6™

year 6

Social Emotional Learning

  • Defend ideas about identified issues and demonstrate individually the willingness to expose oneself to failure and to take a risk.
  • Be aware of the duties, obligations and responsibilities of everyone involved in the school community.
  • Apply fundamental understanding of the ethical and legal issues surrounding the access and use of information.
  • Exhibit responsible behaviour instead of blaming others.
  • Learn to express your own opinions and show reasoning abilities during problem solving.
  • Use the top-down design approach to solve problems.
Yearly Hours of teaching: 70 hours

FUNecole® for Cambridge ICT Starters

Cambridge ICT Starters introduces learners to the key ICT applications they need, in order to acquire the basic computer literacy and to understand the impact of technology on their daily lives

The FUNecole® Solution has been endorsed by Cambridge Assessment International Education since 2012

The FUNecole® Green Awareness Year 1™

year 1

Cambrige ICT Starters

  • Learn how to input text using the keyboard, to use the mouse to move around within the document, and to access features like print, save and spellcheck. They learn how to save and retrieve documents. They begin to understand how to use the software to improve the accuracy of their work.
  • Learn how to draw and modify simple pictures or patterns, using a combination of lines, simple shapes and fill tools: they will learn to select colours, shapes and line widths from a simple tool palette. They will use select, cut, copy, paste and undo commands to modify their work, and will save the finished picture.
  • Understand how to use ICT to classify information and present their findings in the form of simple charts or graphs. Learners start to understand how they can use graphs and charts to answer questions or compare information.
Yearly Hours of teaching: 70 hours

The FUNecole® Red Interest Year 2™

year 2

Cambrige ICT Starters

  • Begin to plan simple programs and then create them in Scratch by controlling the actions of a sprite (an on-screen character that can be programmed to move relative to the background) by giving it a sequence of instructions.
  • Learners are introduced to searching. They use the internet, CD-ROMs and/or eBooks to learn about different ways to access digital information and they begin to understand how to choose the most appropriate search technique. They understand the difference between menus and indexes and they can recognise and use different kinds of links and buttons.
  • Learners are introduced to email. The aim is for learners to understand how to use email software to write and send messages, and to collect, read and reply to messages. Learners start to experience some of the advantages of email, such as easy and quick communication, and enabling messages to be sent almost immediately over large distances. Learners begin to understand the main features of email software.
Yearly Hours of teaching: 70 hours

The FUNecole® Yellow Exploring Year 3™

year 3

Cambrige ICT Starters

  • Expand their word-processing skills, so that they are able to add images to documents, change the style, size or colour of text, and begin to understand how to arrange items on the page. They can use the software to refine their work, and they start to understand how they can alter the look of a document to make it appropriate for a particular audience. They know how to save and retrieve their work. They understand how to use the software to improve the accuracy and quality of their work.
  • Develop skills in creating and developing pictures and designs, using a variety of graphical tools and saving their outcomes in digital form.
  • Learners are introduced to spreadsheet software. They learn to enter data, text and formulas into cells. They can copy data, replicate formulas and understand that spreadsheets carry out calculations automatically. They can use spreadsheet software to create graphs or charts. They begin to understand the power of spreadsheets for modeling situations, and how data and formulas can be modified to test predictions, or to work out what happens when something is changed.
  • Learners will already have carried out searches for information for their work in the Initial Steps module ‘Starting Searches’. In this module, learners will learn about the usefulness and basic structure of databases, how to enter and edit data in databases, and how to use them to search for and sort information. They should also discuss which questions a selected database would help them to answer, and which it would not. This will help them consider the design of database structures.
Yearly Hours of teaching: 70 hours

The FUNecole® Blue Design Year 4™

year 4

Cambrige ICT Starters

  • Develop programming skills by introducing repetition. Merit learners also need to demonstrate using decomposition and procedures.
  • Learners build on their searching skills, so that they are able to make use of the internet for information gathering. They also learn how to use standard features of browser software in order to help collect, store and retrieve information. Learners should be able to recognise links and navigation options on a webpage, and be able to use them to find the information they need.
  • Learners become more familiar with email. They learn how to extend the use of email by sending and receiving attachments. They also learn more about the email software by learning how to use the address book and to manage folders to store emails. At this level, learners should be able to recognise the difference between web-based and ISP-hosted email, and feel confident to send and receive emails using either.
  • Introduce learners to multimedia authoring software. The aim is to produce a short presentation for a specific audience, recognising the need for good page design and clarity.
Yearly Hours of teaching: 70 hours

The FUNecole® Orange Development Year 5™

year 5

Cambrige ICT Starters

  • Learners expand their word-processing skills and build on skills developed in ‘Exploring Documents’, so that they can create documents for many purposes. They are able to use the software to change the look of the text, add tables and amend the page layout, including the way images are displayed in the document. They also learn how to make changes to the document as a whole, including adjusting margins, adding page numbering, or adjusting whether the page appears in landscape or portrait layout. They understand how to use the word-processing software to edit a document to make it more suitable for its purpose.
  • Learners will create an automated presentation for a target audience, incorporating transition and simple animation.
  • Learners use spreadsheet software to create a working spreadsheet with a clear purpose. Learners work methodically through a design and development process, being able to test, correct and modify the spreadsheet as they progress. They are able to create a final spreadsheet which suits its purpose and is presented in an appropriate way for its audience. They begin to understand how to evaluate their work, and can assess how well their spreadsheet meets its objectives
  • Learners use the knowledge and skills developed during Next Steps module ‘Exploring Databases’, and apply it to designing and implementing their own database. In doing this, they will need to consider how databases are used in the real world, and consider the features of a good database.
Yearly Hours of teaching: 70 hours

The FUNecole® White Sharing Year 6™

year 6

Cambrige ICT Starters

  • Introducing learners' interactivity into learners’ programs. These can include games, or learners can use a control box or other control device linked to a computer, to write sequences of instructions which will control more than one output device, and will build sequences of events to solve a problem.
  • Learners are introduced to web page design. They learn how to create a simple series of connected webpages, incorporating links to other pages and to other websites, creating some basic navigation through their pages. They are able to select and arrange images and text on the pages, so that they are appropriate to a particular audience, and give the content some simple organisation. They understand the basics of HTML coding. The aim is that the learners begin to understand some of the differences between webpages and other documents, and start to think how to present content in a suitable way.
  • Learners are introduced to networks. The aim of the module is for learners to become familiar with what makes up a network, and to understand a little about their purpose. They look at simple network design, and begin to understand how networks can be managed efficiently.
  • Learners are introduced to either video-editing or animation software. The aim is to demonstrate to learners that both animation and video can be produced, edited and applied with the aid of computer software and hardware. By the end of the module, learners should have created a finished animation or piece of film, with a specific audience in mind.
Yearly Hours of teaching: 70 hours

FUNecole® for Art and Design

FUNecole® offers a themed well-rounded systemic approach for the K-6 education covering Art and Design in a transdisciplinary STREAMS approach.

In addition, FUNecole® prepares educators to teach with confidence and enthusiasm, while using all the aforementioned technologies creatively.

The FUNecole® Green Awareness Year 1™

year 1

Art and Design

  • Become experimental, reflective, critical and decisive thinkers and transfer these skills across the curriculum.
  • Be able to concentrate and collaborate with other while producing art.
  • Push personal boundaries and express themselves through their artistic work.
  • Enact curiosity and make connections between different perspectives, historical, geographic and cultural contexts.
  • Experiment with materials and media, learners will begin to master techniques and processes.
  • Develop autonomy while producing individual art crafts.
  • Challenge negative views of failure or lack of natural artistic ability.
  • Reflect upon and appreciate their progress, both as artists and as creative thinkers.
Yearly Hours of teaching: 70 hours

The FUNecole® Red Interest Year 2™

year 2

Art and Design

  • Become experimental, reflective, critical and decisive thinkers and transfer these skills across the curriculum.
  • Be able to concentrate and collaborate with other while producing art.
  • Push personal boundaries and express themselves through their artistic work.
  • Enact curiosity and make connections between different perspectives, historical, geographic and cultural contexts.
  • Experiment with materials and media, learners will begin to master techniques and processes.
  • Develop autonomy while producing individual art crafts.
  • Challenge negative views of failure or lack of natural artistic ability.
  • Reflect upon and appreciate their progress, both as artists and as creative thinkers.
Yearly Hours of teaching: 70 hours

The FUNecole® Yellow Exploring Year 3™

year 3

Art and Design

  • Become experimental, reflective, critical and decisive thinkers and transfer these skills across the curriculum.
  • Be able to concentrate and collaborate with other while producing art.
  • Push personal boundaries and express themselves through their artistic work.
  • Enact curiosity and make connections between different perspectives, historical, geographic and cultural contexts.
  • Experiment with materials and media, learners will begin to master techniques and processes.
  • Develop autonomy while producing individual art crafts.
  • Challenge negative views of failure or lack of natural artistic ability.
  • Reflect upon and appreciate their progress, both as artists and as creative thinkers.
Yearly Hours of teaching: 70 hours

The FUNecole® Blue Design Year 4™

year 4

Art and Design

  • Become experimental, reflective, critical and decisive thinkers and transfer these skills across the curriculum.
  • Be able to concentrate and collaborate with other while producing art.
  • Push personal boundaries and express themselves through their artistic work.
  • Enact curiosity and make connections between different perspectives, historical, geographic and cultural contexts.
  • Experiment with materials and media, learners will begin to master techniques and processes.
  • Develop autonomy while producing individual art crafts.
  • Challenge negative views of failure or lack of natural artistic ability.
  • Reflect upon and appreciate their progress, both as artists and as creative thinkers.
Yearly Hours of teaching: 70 hours

The FUNecole® Orange Development Year 5™

year 5

Art and Design

  • Become experimental, reflective, critical and decisive thinkers and transfer these skills across the curriculum.
  • Be able to concentrate and collaborate with other while producing art.
  • Push personal boundaries and express themselves through their artistic work.
  • Enact curiosity and make connections between different perspectives, historical, geographic and cultural contexts.
  • Experiment with materials and media, learners will begin to master techniques and processes.
  • Develop autonomy while producing individual art crafts.
  • Challenge negative views of failure or lack of natural artistic ability.
  • Reflect upon and appreciate their progress, both as artists and as creative thinkers.
Yearly Hours of teaching: 70 hours

The FUNecole® White Sharing Year 6™

year 6

Art and Design

  • Become experimental, reflective, critical and decisive thinkers and transfer these skills across the curriculum.
  • Be able to concentrate and collaborate with other while producing art.
  • Push personal boundaries and express themselves through their artistic work.
  • Enact curiosity and make connections between different perspectives, historical, geographic and cultural contexts.
  • Experiment with materials and media, learners will begin to master techniques and processes.
  • Develop autonomy while producing individual art crafts.
  • Challenge negative views of failure or lack of natural artistic ability.
  • Reflect upon and appreciate their progress, both as artists and as creative thinkers.
Yearly Hours of teaching: 70 hours

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