Waterloo Primary School

Where Pupils Shine

Cultural Capital

This is our bespoke map for cultural capital (based on the DfE activity passport). Visit our termly overviews to see how this is linked to our curriculum. 


  • Visit a local park 
  • Visit our local post office and post a letter
  • Get soaking wet in the rain
  • Bake flapjacks
  • Visit a farm 
  • Visit a safari park 
  • Have class caterpillars/butterflies


  • Have a visit from a bee keeper
  • Moon walk (like an astronaut) 
  • Take a stroll along the beach
  • Walk bare foot in the sand
  • Visit a local library
  • Build a den
  • Visit a farm and pick fruit (transition trip with Year 1 staff) 

Year 1

  • Visit a local park
  • Create a class collage
  • Bake biscuits
  • Perform a dance
  • Visit a local library
  • Visit elderly residents in our community 
  • Follow a rout map
  • Walk in a forest
  • Take part in a play day 
  • Make a puppet
  • Learn to play a board game
  • Perform in front of their class
  • Create a piece of artwork for an exhibition
  • Write a weather report
  • Roll down a hill
  • Make a daisy chain
  • Visit a museum (toys from the past)


Year 2 

  • Visit a transport museum
  • Travel by train, ferry and tram 
  • Interview someone 
  • Build a bridge and check its strength
  • Learn a french song 
  • Visit the beach
  • visit an airport 
  • Visit a synagogue
  • Buy something and check you change 




  • Start a collection and share it with your class 
  • Go on a bug hunt
  • Eat something you have grown 
  • Eat something you have not tried before 
  • prepare a fruit kebab
  • Plan a Christmas party 
  • Bake a cake
  • Dress up as a superhero 





Year 3 

  • Visit a mine
  • Produce fossil rubbings
  • Visit a temple
  • Write in hieroglyphics 
  • Create a pinhole camera
  • Visit an art gallery 
  • Go on a sculpture trail 


  • Try yoga 
  • Create a soundtrack for a piece of film 
  • Compose a piece of music
  • Prepare a healthy snack 
  • Design and make a board game 
  • Learn about a new religion 



Year 4 

  • Visit a new city 
  • Record sounds for others to guess 
  • Take part in an Italian banquet 
  • Visit a museum  
  • Write a story for Reception 



  • Create a sculpture 
  • Choreograph a dance
  • Write and perform a poem 
  • Plan a tour of their local area





Year 5 

  • Learn new things about your local area 
  • visit a museum 
  • Spend a night away from home 
  • look up at the stars on a clear night 
  • Make a large scale model 
  • Climb something taller than you 
  • Learn how to knit 
  • Keep a diary for a week 


  • Learn how to sew a button on 
  • Take part in a debate 
  • Go litter picking 
  • Take part in a Victorian theme day 
  • Visit an Eco-centre 
  • Visit an art gallery 
  • Make and try scouse 



Year 6 

  • Visit a museum 
  • Make chapatti bread
  • Write a speech 
  • learn how to access the news 
  • Make an electrical model 
  • Choose objects to put in a time capsule 
  • Visit a mosque
  • Organise and perform in a service 

Throughout School Journey 

  • Perform in a class assemblies 
  • Vote for/be elected as Eco-Council Rep
  • Vote for/be elected as School Council Rep 
  • Vote for/be elected as Anti-bullying Ambassador 
  • Watch a theatre performance 
  • Share lessons with family members 
  • Perform in a play 
  • Take part in a careers event 
  • Take part in Autism Awareness 



  • Take part in a community picnic
  • Design a product and pitch to investors 
  • Perform in a nativity 
  • Dress up for World Book Day 
  • Take part in fund raising events 
  • Practice mindfulness/meditation 
  • Take part in a carol service 
  • Take part in a harvest festival/collect for local food bank