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Curriculum Overview

Parkhill Infants’ School

Subject Area:  ENGLISH

 

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HOMES

 

LIVING THINGS

WATER

 

 

 

YEAR 1

Stories with familiar settings

Poetry: using the senses

Recounts

Stories from a range of cultures

 

Phonics: Phase 4 and 5

Jolly Grammar

See detailed Planning sheets

Traditional stories and fairy tales

Poetry: Pattern and rhyme

Instructions

Stories from a range of cultures/predictable patterned language

Phonics Phase 4 and 5

Jolly Grammar

See detailed Planning sheets

Information texts

Poetry

Labels, lists and captions

Fantasy Worlds

 

Phonics: Phase 4 and 5

Jolly Grammar

See detailed Planning sheets

TOPIC

 

CHOCOLATE

 

HEALTHY LIVING

THE WORLD

 

 

 

YEAR 2

Stories with familiar settings

Poetry

Instructions

Information texts

Stories from other countries

Phonics: Revise Phase 5,  Phase 6

Jolly Grammar

See detailed Planning sheets

 

Stories from other cultures

Information texts

Legends

Non chronological reports

Explanations

Phonics: Revise Phase 5,  Phase 6

Jolly Grammar

See detailed Planning sheets

Information texts

Stories by the same author

Riddles and Tongue Twisters

Extended stories

 

 Phonics: Revise Phase 5,  Phase 6

See detailed Planning sheets

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Parkhill Infants’ School

Subject Area:  MATHEMATICS

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YEAR 1

NUMBER: Number and place value, counting. number names, ordering, addition, subtraction.

MEASUREMENT:

Money – coin recognition and value, counting in 1’s and 2’s, addition

Time: hour, half past, language relating to dates & chronological order

Length & height: measure and record with non standard units and cms.

Geometry: recognise and name 2-D and 3-D shapes, repeating patterns

DATA HANDLING: Ask question, display results, record information

PROBLEM SOLVING: Using doubles, non standard measurement, patterns

NUMBER: Read/write numerals to 20 and beyond in words /numerals, place value in two-digit numbers, 1/10 more than/less than, recall doubles to 10, addition and subtraction, counting in multiples of 2, 5, 10, odd/even, problem solving, division and multiplication, recognise halves/whole

MEASUREMENT:

Money– coin recognition and value, solve problems involving money

Time – Measure and record time. Tell the time to hour & 1/2 hour,

Length/Height – practical problems using appropriate vocabulary, estimate, measure and record, use 30cm ruler

Mass/weight – compare describe measure record mass/weight of objects, use scales

Geometry – recognise/name 2D/3D shapes, describe position, directions & movements including turns, use appropriate vocabulary

DATA HANDLING: record in lists, tables, block graphs, pictograms. sort objects into groups

NUMBER: 1/10 more than/less than a number; read/write numbers 1-20 in numerals/words; place value/counting to 100; use +, -, = signs; fractions ( ½  ¼) or an object, shape, length or quantity; counting in multiples of 2, 5, 10; division & multiplication through grouping; doubling

MEASUREMENT:

Money –recognition and value of coins & notes, problem solving

Volume & capacity - practical problems using appropriate vocabulary; measure capacity with non-standard measures and litre; measure & record.

Geometry: words relating to direction and position; 2D/3D shapes in real life

PROBLEM SOLVING: Using multiplication and division

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Subject Area:  MATHEMATICS

TERM

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CHOCOLATE

 

HEALTHY LIVING

THE WORLD

 

 

 

YEAR 2

NUMBER – addition/subtraction (including inverse relationship), place value, count in tens (forward and backward), ordering 0-100, multiply/divide, multiplication as repeated addition, fractions, 2 and 5 times tables

GEOMETRY – identify /describe properties of 2-D shapes, draw using a straight edge, compass directions

MEASUREMENT:

Length & Height – measuring using cms, metres, use >,< and =, convert metres to centimetres

Time – to 5 minutes (1/4 to and past)

PROBLEM SOLVING – using and applying

 

 

 

 

NUMBER – count in steps of 3 (forwards/backwards), ordering 0-100 (write in numerals & words), addition/subtraction (including inverse relationship), doubles, 2,5,10 times tables, fractions

MEASUREMENT:

Mass/weight – standard measures, convert kilograms to grams, use litres and mls (convert)

Money Use symbols £, p, combine amounts to make a value, find different combinations of coins, problem solving giving change

GEOMETRY – properties of 3-d shapes – edges, vertices, faces

PROBLEM SOLVING – using multiplication/division, explain how problem was solved, work systematically using a pattern

 

 

NUMBER – addition/subtraction (including inverse relationship), multiplication and division, use increasing knowledge of mental strategies, fractions (mark on a number line)

MEASUREMENT:

Time – intervals of time, tell the time, know minutes in hour / hours in day

Length / Height – use and convert appropriate measures

Volume & capacity – use and convert appropriate measures

Mass & weight – use and convert appropriate measures

Temperature – use a thermometer

Geometry – use vocab to describe position, direction and movement, rotation; clockwise and anti clockwise turns, directions to navigate a course

STATISTICS – block graphs; simple tables, pictograms

PROBLEM SOLVING – problems involving measures, multiplication/ division, using mental methods, fractions, temperature

 

 

 

 

 

 

Parkhill Infants’ School

Subject Area:  SCIENCE

 

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YEAR 1

GENERAL: Use of scientific methods, processes and skills

PLANTS: Locate, describe and name plants/flowers/trees, observe changes.

SEASONAL CHANGES: observe/talk about changes, record

GENERAL: Use of scientific methods, processes and skills

ANIMALS, including humans: identify and name a variety of common animals that are carnivores, herbivores and omnivores describe and compare their structures.

Relate human body parts to the senses

SEASONAL CHANGES: observe/talk about changes, record

GENERAL: Use of scientific methods, processes and skills

EVERYDAY MATERIALS:

Distinguish between object and material

 Identify, name  and describe

properties of a variety of everyday materials,

Group materials by physical properties.

SEASONAL CHANGES: observe/talk about changes, record

TOPIC

CHOCOLATE

 

HEALTHY LIVING

THE WORLD

 

 

 

YEAR 2

GENERAL: Use of scientific methods, processes and skills

USE OF EVERYDAY MATERIALS: identify & compare suitability of a variety of everyday materials for particular uses.

Find out how the shapes of solid objects can be changed

ELECTRICITY: role in everyday life, hazards, importance of following instructions

GENERAL: Use of scientific methods, processes and skills

ANIMALS, including humans:

Notice animals (humans) have offspring which grow into adults.

Find out about basic needs of animals (humans) for survival.

Describe importance of exercise, food types eating, hygiene.

GENERAL: Use of scientific methods, processes and skills

LIVING THINGS AND THEIR HABITATS. Compare things living, dead and never been alive.

Identify and name living things and their habitats (suitable for needs), how they obtain food, dependence on each other, food chain.

PLANTS: growth of seeds/bulbs into plants; conditions for growth.

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Parkhill Infants’ School

Subject Area:  ART AND DESIGN

 

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YEAR 1

GENERAL: use materials creatively, develop and share their ideas and techniques

Drawing skills see scheme of work

Printing skills see scheme of work

Artist focus: Van Gogh see scheme of work

GENERAL: use materials creatively, develop and share their ideas and techniques

3D skills see scheme of work

Collage skills see scheme of work

Artist focus: Matisse see scheme of work

 

GENERAL: use materials creatively, develop and share their ideas and techniques

Textile skills see scheme of work

Painting skills see scheme of work

Artist focus: Monet see scheme of work

TOPIC

CHOCOLATE

 

HEALTHY LIVING

THE WORLD

 

 

 

YEAR 2

GENERAL: use materials creatively, develop and share their ideas and techniques

Drawing skills see scheme of work

Collage skills see scheme of work

Artist focus: Lowry see scheme of work

 

 

 

GENERAL: use materials creatively, develop and share their ideas and techniques

Printing skills see scheme of work

3D skills see scheme of work

Artist focus: Quentin Blake see scheme of work

 

 

GENERAL: use materials creatively, develop and share their ideas and techniques

Textile skills see scheme of work

Painting skills see scheme of work

Artist focus: Turner see scheme of work

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Parkhill Infants’ School

Subject Area:  COMPUTING 

 

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YEAR 1

E-SAFETY: Use technology safely and how to keep personal information private, use of IT beyond school.

CREATING PICTURES: Portraits (link to Art and design) see scheme of work

GIVING INSTRUCTIONS: plan instructions to guide a programmable toy

E-SAFETY DAY

 

WORD PROCESSING: (link to Literacy) Introduce to Clicker 5 – talking word processor and word bank combined.  See scheme of work

E-SAFETY; Use technology safely and how to keep personal information private, use of IT beyond school.

DATA HANDLING: (link to Maths) learn how to use 2 Count or Pictogram to present collected information

TOPIC

CHOCOLATE

 

HEALTHY LIVING

THE WORLD

 

 

 

YEAR 2

E-SAFETY: Use technology safely and how to keep personal information private, use of IT beyond school.

CREATING PICTURES:

Sees scheme of work

GIVING INSTRUCTIONS: Routes – controlling a floor turtle

ALGORITHMS:

Understand what they are, how they are implemented and that programs execute by following precise instructions

E-SAFETY DAY

 

FINDING INFORMATION FROM THE INTERNET:Famous people

See scheme of work

DATA HANDLING: Using graphs to answer questions (Use technology purposefully)

See scheme of work

 

E-SAFETY; Use technology safely and how to keep personal information private, use of IT beyond school.

WORD PROCESSING – Writing stories (link to Literacy).

Children learn how to use a combination of a clicker grid and keyboard to write, edit, save and retrieve.

Create and debug simple programs

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Parkhill Infants’ School

Subject Area:  DESIGN AND TECHNOLOGY 

 

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YEAR 1

GENERAL; Develop knowledge, understanding & skills of design & making

DESIGN: a pizza – draw and talk about their ideas (Focus: Food)

MAKE: use of tools & equipment

EVALUATE: outcomes

TECHNICAL KNOWLEDGE: use of appropriate vocabulary

 

GENERAL; Develop knowledge, understanding & skills of design & making

DESIGN:–  an animal puppet with moving parts - draw and talk about their ideas

MAKE: use of tools & equipment

EVALUATE: outcomes

TECHNICAL KNOWLEDGE: use of appropriate vocabulary

GENERAL; Develop knowledge, understanding & skills of design &making

DESIGN: A moving picture – draw and talk about their ideas (Focus: Mechanisms)

MAKE: use of tools & equipment

EVALUATE: outcomes

TECHNICAL KNOWLEDGE: use of appropriate vocabulary

TOPIC

CHOCOLATE

 

HEALTHY LIVING

THE WORLD

 

 

 

YEAR 2

GENERAL; Develop knowledge, understanding & skills of design & making

DESIGN: Suitable packaging for a chocolate bar – draw and talk about their ideas (Focus: Food)

MAKE: use of tools & equipment

EVALUATE: outcomes

TECHNICAL KNOWLEDGE: use of appropriate vocabulary

GENERAL; Develop knowledge, understanding & skills of design & making

DESIGN: A book with moving pictures – draw and talk about their ideas (Focus: Mechanisms)

MAKE: use of tools & equipment

EVALUATE: outcomes

TECHNICAL KNOWLEDGE: use of appropriate vocabulary

GENERAL; Develop knowledge, understanding & skills of design & making

DESIGN: A bag  – draw and talk about their ideas (Focus: textiles)

A shelter – draw and talk about their ideas (Focus: Structures)

MAKE: use of tools & equipment

EVALUATE: outcomes

TECHNICAL KNOWLEDGE: use of appropriate vocabulary

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Parkhill Infants’ School

Subject Area:  GEOGRAPHY

 

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HOMES

 

LIVING THINGS

WATER

 

 

 

YEAR 1

GENERAL: Use subject specific vocabulary and skills, develop knowledge about the world, UK, locality.

LOCATIONAL KNOWLEDGE: Write address and locate on map, pictograms

PLACE KNOWLEDGE: Pictures of locality

HUMAN & PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY: Weather and seasonal changes

GEOGRAPHICAL SKILLS AND FIELDWORK: Maps of local features, safety. 

 

GENERAL: Use subject specific vocabulary and skills, develop knowledge about the world, UK, locality.

LOCATIONAL KNOWLEDGE: name, locate and identify characteristics of the 4 UK countries and capital cities

PLACE KNOWLEDGE: know from where animals originate and locate on map, understand similarities and differences of contrasting countries

HUMAN & PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY: Weather and seasonal changes

GEOGRAPHICAL SKILLS AND FIELDWORK: Make a map. Safety.

 

 

 

 

 

GENERAL: Use subject specific vocabulary and skills, develop knowledge about the world, UK, locality.

LOCATIONAL KNOWLEDGE: name, locate and identify characteristics of the 4 UK countries and capital cities

PLACE KNOWLEDGE: the seaside

HUMAN & PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY:

Use geographical vocabulary to refer to physical features re water and human features

GEOGRAPHICAL SKILLS AND FIELDWORK: devise a simple map and construct and use a key.

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Subject Area:  GEOGRAPHY

TERM

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TOPIC

CHOCOLATE

 

HEALTHY LIVING

THE WORLD

 

 

 

YEAR 2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

GENERAL: Use subject specific vocabulary and skills, develop knowledge about the world, UK, locality.

LOCATIONAL KNOWLEDGE: name and locate the continents & oceans relating to cocoa production and journey to UK

PLACE KNOWLEDGE: Pictures of locality

HUMAN & PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY: identify daily weather patterns comparing UK and Cocoa growing regions.  Use key vocabulary

GEOGRAPHICAL SKILLS AND FIELDWORK: use world maps, atlases and globes 

 

GENERAL: Use subject specific vocabulary and skills, develop knowledge about the world, UK, locality.

LOCATIONAL KNOWLEDGE: name, locate and identify characteristics of the 4 countries and capital cities of the UK and its surrounding seas

PLACE KNOWLEDGE:  Type of food grown in UK and contrasting non European country.

HUMAN & PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY: location of hot and cold areas in relation to the equator, North and South poles.

GEOGRAPHICAL SKILLS AND FIELDWORK: use world maps, photographs. 

 

 

 

 

GENERAL: Use subject specific vocabulary and skills, develop knowledge about the world, UK, locality.

LOCATIONAL KNOWLEDGE: name and locate the world’s 7 continents and 5 oceans.

PLACE KNOWLEDGE: understand geographical similarities and

differences when comparing a UK location with contrasting non European country.

Country.

HUMAN & PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY: use geographical vocabulary  to refer to physical and human features

GEOGRAPHICAL SKILLS AND FIELDWORK:  create a Journey map relating to a school visit.

 

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Parkhill Infants’ School

Subject Area:  HISTORY

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YEAR 1

GENERAL: use appropriate vocabulary; understand ways we find out about the past and how represented. Family Trees

CHANGES WITHIN LIVING MEMORY: Changes within the Home, Victorian washday

EVENTS: The Gunpowder Plot

FAMOUS PEOPLE: Dr Barnardo

LOCAL HISTORY: Visit to Valentines Mansion

GENERAL: use appropriate vocabulary; understand ways we find out about the past and how represented. Fossils/Bones

CHANGES WITHIN LIVING MEMORY: Changes within pastimes

EVENTS: Origin of celebrations -Mothering Sunday, Valentines day.

FAMOUS PEOPLE: Sir Antonio Brady

LOCAL HISTORY: Discovery of woolly mammoth bones in Ilford

GENERAL: use appropriate vocabulary; understand ways we find out about the past and how represented. Photographs & artefacts

CHANGES WITHIN LIVING MEMORY Changes-seaside holidays

EVENTS: Opening of Tower Bridge June 1894; Bathing machines 1750

FAMOUS PEOPLE: Grace Darling

LOCAL HISTORY: Diary of Ellen Buxton

TOPIC

CHOCOLATE

HEALTHY LIVING

THE WORLD

 

 

 

YEAR 2

 

 

 

 

 

 

GENERAL: use appropriate vocabulary; understand ways we find out about the past and how represented.  Artefacts

CHANGES WITHIN LIVING MEMORY: History of Chocolate

EVENTS: The Gunpowder Plot;

Remembrance Day; Great Fire of London

FAMOUS PEOPLE: Cadbury family, Guy Fawkes, Samuel Pepys

LOCAL HISTORY: Elizabeth Fry

GENERAL: use appropriate vocabulary; understand ways we find out about the past and how represented.  Pictures/writings

CHANGES WITHIN LIVIING MEMORY: Hospitals/Medicine

EVENTS: Origins of celebrations – Pancake Day, St David’s day, St Patrick’s Day

FAMOUS PEOPLE: Florence Nightingale, Mary Seacole, Edith Cavell

LOCAL HISTORY: Lord Lister

GENERAL: use appropriate vocabulary; understand ways we find out about the past and how represented.  Timelines

CHANGES WITHIN LIVING MEMORY:  Space exploration

EVENTS:  May Day celebrations

FAMOUS PEOPLE: Neil Armstrong (Christopher Colombus)

Famous people in countries being studied.

LOCAL HISTORY:A focused visit to Redbridge museum of local history

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Parkhill Infants’ School

Subject Area:  MUSIC

 

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YEAR 1

GENERAL: Use voices expressively and creatively, play tuned and unturned instruments, listen to live and recorded music, create, select and combine sounds.

DEVELOP SINGING SKILLS

EXPLORING SOUNDS – identifying changing and using sounds in response to stimuli.

 

GENERAL: Use voices expressively and creatively, play tuned and unturned instruments, listen to live and recorded music, create, select and combine sounds.

DEVELOP SINGING SKILLS

EXPLORING PULSE AND RHYTHM – developing ability to recognise the difference between pulse and rhythm and to perform with a sense of pulse.

GENERAL: Use voices expressively and creatively, play tuned and unturned instruments, listen to live and recorded music, create, select and combine sounds.

DEVELOP SINGING SKILLS

EXPLORING DURATION –developing ability to discriminate between sounds and to create sound sequences.

TOPIC

CHOCOLATE

 

HEALTHY LIVING

THE WORLD

 

 

 

YEAR 2

GENERAL: Use voices expressively and creatively, play tuned and unturned instruments, listen to live and recorded music, create, select and combine sounds.

DEVELOP SINGING SKILLS

EXPLORING PITCH – see scheme of work

GENERAL: Use voices expressively and creatively, play tuned and unturned instruments, listen to live and recorded music, create, select and combine sounds.

DEVELOP SINGING SKILLS

EXPLORING INSTRUMENTS AND SYMBOLS – see scheme of work

GENERAL: Use voices expressively and creatively, play tuned and untuned instruments, listen to live and recorded music, create, select and combine sounds.

DEVELOP SINGING SKILLS

EXPLORING TIMBRE, TEMPO AND DYNAMICS – see scheme of work

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Parkhill Infants’ School

Subject Area:  PHYSICAL EDUCATION

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YEAR 1

DANCE

Responding to stimuli

Shape and pattern

Expressing ideas through dance

GAMES

Large ball skills and games

Parachute games

Team games

GYMNASTICS

Flight – jumping, bouncing, landing

Points and Patches

Agility and coordination

DANCE

Performing rhythmic patterns

Creating a dance

Communicating observing discussing

GAMES

Throwing, catching, aiming games Parachute games

Team Games

GYMNASTICS

Rocking and Rolling

Wide, narrow, curled

Agility and coordination

DANCE

Perform dance actions in varying speeds, directions and pathways

 

GAMES

Bat and ball games (partner)

Skipping and Parachute games

Team Games

GYMNASTICS

Developing skills

Agility and coordination

 

TOPIC

CHOCOLATE

HEALTHY LIVING

THE WORLD

 

 

 

YEAR 2

DANCE

Use skills with understanding

Create movement ideas

Demonstrate contrasting speed

 

GAMES

Throwing and catching (individual)

Parachute games

 

GYMNASTICS

Parts of the body

Pathways

Agility and coordination

DANCE

Responding to stimuli with contrasting movements

Use dance actions

Communicating observing discussing

GAMES

Aiming, hitting, kicking (partner)

Parachute games

Team games

GYMNASTICS

Turning, spinning, twisting

Linking movements

Agility and coordination

DANCE

Copying & performing movements & rhythmic patterns. Demonstrating different movements and formations. Understanding role of dance in other cultures. Recognise dance has changed over time.

GAMES

Throwing and catching (making up individual/partnered games Aiming, hitting, kicking, and dribbling.

Parachute games. Team games

GYMNASTICS

Developing skills. Agility and coordination

 

 

 

 

 

Parkhill Infants’ School

Subject Area: PERSONAL SOCIAL HEALTH EDUCATION

 

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YEAR 1

RIGHTS RESPECTING SCHOOL

 

 

Bullying

 

UNICEF: Fairtrade

 

 

 

RIGHTS RESPECTING SCHOOL

RIGHTS RESPECTING SCHOOL

TOPIC

CHOCOLATE

 

HEALTHY LIVING

THE WORLD

 

 

 

YEAR 2

RIGHTS RESPECTING SCHOOL

 

 

Bullying

 

UNICEF: Fairtrade

 

 

 

RIGHTS RESPECTING SCHOOL

 

 

UNICEF: Why some people don’t have drinking water

 

RIGHTS RESPECTING SCHOOL

 

 

UNICEF: The difference between rich and poor countries.  What is being done to help least developed countries?

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Parkhill Infants’ School

Subject Area:  RELIGIOUS EDUCATION

 

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YEAR 1

Celebration, Festival & Community

 

What does it mean to belong?

What makes a good friend?

What does it mean to live with family and friends?

 

 

Celebration, Festival & Community

 

Who influences our lives?

                  

Celebration, Festival & Community

 

What can we learn from stories about children?

TOPIC

CHOCOLATE

 

HEALTHY LIVING

THE WORLD

 

 

 

YEAR 2

Celebration, Festival & Community

 

Why is a church building special for many Christians?

 

 

 

Celebration, Festival & Community

 

Why are different books special for different people?

 

How food plays a part in celebrations and festivals.

Celebration, Festival & Community

 

How do we express meaning through cards, candles and actions?

 

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For further information about our school curriculum, please contact the school.

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