Curriculum Overview

Curriculum Statement

At East Dene Primary the curriculum firmly underpins our Vision and Mission statements, and encourages a culture and ethos which supports the development of all involved in the whole school community. Our school is committed to ensuring that the curriculum is broad and balanced , in order that the needs of all children are provided for, whatever their individual requirements. We aim to make provision for academic achievement and spiritual, social, moral, cultural, physical and creative development of all our children.

All children follow the statutory requirements of the Early Years Foundation Stage and the National Curriculum. Our children are ensured access to the whole curriculum so that they may learn effectively, make progress and attain standards in line with, or better than, their prior attainment. Challenging yet attainable targets are set in order to help our children achieve this.

Our learning environments are stimulating and are supported by a variety of experiences, including educational visits, learning delivered by visitors and the expertise and knowledge of the wider community.

Academic year 2018/19

Subject Autumn 1

8 weeks

Autumn 2

7 weeks

Spring 1

6 weeks

Spring 2

7 weeks

Summer 1

4 weeks

Summer 2

7 weeeks

Topic Magnificent me Celebrations Magical Grand Gardens Farm Space
WOW/Visitors Me Visit from Santa/Library Christmas service Visit from a wizard Visit from the gnome Trip to Graves Park

 

Rocket crash landing/ Alien visits

Space Dome visit

Role Play Home corner Party/celebrations room Potions lab Green house/Garden Centre Farm Shop Space Station
Small World Garden scene and house Moles Best Party Ever Fairy scene Building and designing gardens Farm scene / story linked Space scene

 

Personal, Social and Emotional Development

British Values

On-going daily provision through circle time and child led, adult initiated and adult led activities. Specific situations addressed when required.

Rule of law

Understanding that rules matter – learning to manage our own feelings and behaviour: learning right from wrong:  behaving within agreed and clearly defined boundaries: dealing with the consequences.

Democracy; a situation where everyone is treated equally and has equal rights. Giving children opportunities to develop their self confidence and self-awareness, to make choices and decisions about what they want to explore and how they’re going to use the resources

 

Communication & language development Introduction to Jolly Phonics.

Listening and attention.

Understanding and speaking skills.

Progression in Listening and Attention.

Progression in understanding and speaking.

Physical Development  

Outdoor provision/gym, Dance, games & Apparatus each week. Hall time with ‘Live and Learn’ Sports coaches.

 

Literacy development RWI

CVC words

Mark making opportunities

 

Emergent writing.

Introduce sentence structure. Labels captions lists

RWI

 

 

Writing sentences for specific purpose.

RWI

 

Mathematical development Counting Skills

Read, Write and Order numbers 1-20

2D Shapes

Matching numbers to Quantities

One more/one less

Adding and subtracting single digit numbers. Problem solving. Doubling, halving, and sharing.

3D Shapes

Numbers beyond 20

Understanding the world

British Values

ICT: Colouring/ mouse control using Fizz books.

Individual liberty; Develop children’s self-confidence and self-awareness within people and communities. Support children to develop a positive sense of themselves. Provide opportunities for children to develop their self-knowledge, self-esteem and increase their confidence in their own abilities. Every time we share a favourite book with a child, splash in rock pools or build a compound for our dinosaurs together we are giving children the time and space to explore the language of feelings and responsibility; reflect on their differences and understand that we are all free to have different

Opinions,

Mutual respect and tolerance; Develop mutual respect and tolerance: where we learn to treat others as we want to be treated. How to be part of a community, manage our feelings and behaviour, and form relationships with others. Support children to explore similarities and differences between themselves and others; among families, faiths, communities, cultures and traditions; and to share and discuss practices, celebrations and experiences.

 

 

Expressive art and design  

Drawing / painting / colour mixing/ Modelling / construction kits/ Collage / printing / fixing & fastenings/ Role play/ Office/ CD & tape player

 

Academic year 2016/17

Subject Autumn 1

8 weeks

Autumn 2

7 weeks

Spring 1

6 weeks

Spring 2

7 weeks

Summer 1

4 weeks

Summer 2

7 weeeks

Topic Magnificent me Celebrations Magical Grand Gardens Farm Space
WOW/Visitors Me Visit from Santa/Library Christmas service Visit from a wizard Visit from the gnome Trip to Graves Park

 

Rocket crash landing/ Alien visits

Space Dome visit

Role Play Home corner Party/celebrations room Potions lab Green house/Garden Centre Farm Shop Space Station
Small World Garden scene and house Moles Best Party Ever Fairy scene Building and designing gardens Farm scene / story linked Space scene

 

Personal, Social and Emotional Development

British Values

On-going daily provision through circle time and child led, adult initiated and adult led activities. Specific situations addressed when required.

Rule of law

Understanding that rules matter – learning to manage our own feelings and behaviour: learning right from wrong:  behaving within agreed and clearly defined boundaries: dealing with the consequences.

Democracy; a situation where everyone is treated equally and has equal rights. Giving children opportunities to develop their self confidence and self-awareness, to make choices and decisions about what they want to explore and how they’re going to use the resources

 

Communication & language development Introduction to Jolly Phonics.

Listening and attention.

Understanding and speaking skills.

Progression in Listening and Attention.

Progression in understanding and speaking.

Physical Development  

Outdoor provision/gym, Dance, games & Apparatus each week. Hall time with ‘Live and Learn’ Sports coaches.

 

Literacy development RWI

CVC words

Mark making opportunities

 

Emergent writing.

Introduce sentence structure. Labels captions lists

RWI

 

 

Writing sentences for specific purpose.

RWI

 

Mathematical development Counting Skills

Read, Write and Order numbers 1-20

2D Shapes

Matching numbers to Quantities

One more/one less

Adding and subtracting single digit numbers. Problem solving. Doubling, halving, and sharing.

3D Shapes

Numbers beyond 20

Understanding the world

British Values

ICT: Colouring/ mouse control using Fizz books.

Individual liberty; Develop children’s self-confidence and self-awareness within people and communities. Support children to develop a positive sense of themselves. Provide opportunities for children to develop their self-knowledge, self-esteem and increase their confidence in their own abilities. Every time we share a favourite book with a child, splash in rock pools or build a compound for our dinosaurs together we are giving children the time and space to explore the language of feelings and responsibility; reflect on their differences and understand that we are all free to have different

Opinions,

Mutual respect and tolerance; Develop mutual respect and tolerance: where we learn to treat others as we want to be treated. How to be part of a community, manage our feelings and behaviour, and form relationships with others. Support children to explore similarities and differences between themselves and others; among families, faiths, communities, cultures and traditions; and to share and discuss practices, celebrations and experiences.

 

 

Expressive art and design  

Drawing / painting / colour mixing/ Modelling / construction kits/ Collage / printing / fixing & fastenings/ Role play/ Office/ CD & tape player

 

 

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Year Group

 

Autumn 1

 

6 weeks & 3 days

Autumn 2

 

7 weeks

Spring 1

 

7 weeks

Spring 2

 

6 weeks

Summer 1

 

5 weeks

Summer 2

 

7 weeks & 3 days

Transition

 

Theme Superhero Me! A Long Time Ago (Castles and Traditional Tales) Dinosaurs

Footprints from the past

Old Macdonald had a farm Into the woods Under the sea
Wow (Visit/Visitors) Local walk/park

Local heroes – Fire Engine / Police

Conisbrough Castle

Fairy Tale Day

Dinosaur egg hunt Graves Park Visit to Valley Woods / Gruffalo hunt Scarborough Sea Life Centre
Family Learning

 

Family timeline Design and decorate the Queens Kinckers Dinosaur Masks Farm animal puppets Gruffalo puppets Under the sea ‘hats’
Class Read

 (Pie Corbett reading spine)

Cops and Robbers

Avocado Baby

Dogger

Peace at last

Can’t you sleep little bear

Where the Wild Things Are.

Beegu

Farmer Duck (FS)

Elmer

The tiger who came for tea

 

Gruaffalo (FS)

The elephant and the bad baby

Lost and found

Knuffle bunny

English Genre Captions and labels (1 wk)

Narrative (2 wks)

Instructions (1 wk)

Non-chronological (2 wks)

Poetry (2 wks)

Narrative (2 wks)

Timeline or recount (2 wks)

Information (2 wks)

Poetry (1 week)

 

Non chronological (2 wks)

Instructions (1 wk)

Narrative (2 wk)

Persuasian (1 wk)

Information (2 wks)

Recount (2 wks)

Narrative (2 wks)

Narrative (2 wks)

Non chronological (2 wks)

Explanation (1 wk)

 

 

Extended stories (2 wks)

Non fiction (2 wks)

Explanation (2 wks)

Theme Writing Superhero Me! Castle Leaflet Dinosaur information

 

Information about farm animals Nocturnal animals Sea creatures
Maths
Science Animals including humans

Identify, name, draw and label the basic parts of the human body and say which part of the body is associated with each sense.

 

Everyday materials

Distinguish between an object and the material from which it is made.  Identify and name a variety of everyday materials including wood, plastic, glass, metal, water and rock.  Describe the simple physical properties of a variety of everyday materials.  Compare and group together a variety of everyday materials on the basis of their simple physical properties.

Animals including humans

Identify and name a variety of common animals that are carnivores, herbivores and omnivores. (Sorting based on our own criteria and look at the Triassic, Jurassic and cretaceous periods).

Animals including humans

Identify and name a variety of common animals that are carnivores, herbivores and omnivores.

Describe and compare the structure of a variety of common animals (fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds and mammals, including pets)

Plants

Identify and name a variety of common wild and garden plants, including deciduous and evergreen trees.  Identify and describe the basic structure of a variety of common flower plants.

Animals including humans

Identify and name a variety of common animals including fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds and mammals.

Describe and compare the structure of a variety of common animals (fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds and mammals, including pets)

History Changes within living memory.  Where appropriate, these should be used to reveal aspects of change in national life.

The lives of significant individuals in the past who have contributed to national and international achievements

(Florence Nightingale)

The lives of significant individuals in the past who have contributed to national and international achievements

Events beyond living memory that are significant nationally or globally. (Bonfire Night)

*Significant historical events, people and places in their locality – Remembrance Sunday.

Timeline of the periods of the dinosaurs.

 

 

The lives of significant individuals in the past who have contributed to national and international achievements. (Grace Darling)

 

Geography Name, locate and identify characteristics of the four countries and capital cities of the United Kingdom and its surrounding seas. Use aerial photographs and plan perspectives to recognise landmarks and basic human and physical features; devise a simple map and use and construct basic symbols in a key. Use basic geographical vocabulary to refer to: key physical features including: beach, cliff, coast, forest, hill, mountain, sea, ocean, river, soil, valley, vegetation, season and weather.

(where the dinosaurs lived)

 

Use simple compass directions and locational and directional language to describe the location of features and routes on a map.

 

Name and locate the world’s seven continents and five oceans.

Use world maps, atlases and globes to identify the UK and its countries, as well as the countries, continents and oceans studied at this key stage.

DT Make

Select from and use a wide range of materials and components, including construction materials, textiles and ingredients, according to their characteristics.

(Designing super hero clothes and home)

Use the basic principles of a healthy and varied diet to prepare dishes.

Understand where food comes from.

(Design smoothies / fruit salad and evaluate)

Evaluate

Explore and evaluate a range of existing products.

Build structures, exploring how they can be made stronger, stiffer and more stable.

(Winding mechanism – create a draw bridge.  Design and make a castle.)

Design

Generate, develop, model and communicate their ideas through talking, drawing, templates, mock ups and, where appropriate, information and communication technology.

(Making fossils)

 

Design

Design purposeful, functional, appealing products for themselves and other users based on design criteria.

(Design & make enclosures / places for animals)

Evaluate

Evaluate their ideas and products against design criteria.

 

Make

Select from and use a range of tools and equipment to perform practical tasks (cutting, joining & finishing).

Explore and use mechansisms (sliders, levers)

 

(Under water scene)

 

ART To use drawing, painting and sculpture to develop and share their ideas, experiences and imagination.

(Paint themselves and super heroes)

To develop a wide range of art and design techniques in using colour, pattern, texture, line, shape, form and space.

(Portraits of the queen, design patterns for the Knickers)

About the work of a range of artists, craft makers and designers, describing the differences and similarities between different practices and disciplines, and making links to their own work.

(Pictures of Inventions)

 

To use a range of materials creatively to design and make products.

To use drawing, painting and sculpture to develop and share their ideas, experiences and imagination.

(Pictures of dinosaurs in different media.)

To use a range of materials creatively to design and make products.

To use drawing, painting and sculpture to develop and share their ideas, experiences and imagination.

(Clay fish plaque

Paint sea creatures/underwater scenes)

To develop a wide range of art and design techniques in using colour, pattern, texture, line, shape, form and space.

(Pictures of athletes / Olympians. Flags)

RE

See Rotherham Scheme of Work

Myself: who I am? Celebrations: how What matters at Christmas? Stories: What stories of Jesus do Christians love to tell? Stories: Islamic stories. Festivals: How do Muslims celebrate? Churches and synagogues, what can we find out?
PSHE/SEAL Friends and Friendships Focus on Special People Keeping Healthy Growing and Changing Keeping myself safe

E-safety

The world of drugs
P4C Concepts What is special to me? Where would you rather live in a house or a castle? What does it mean to be old? Would you rather be a cow or a duck? Who do you think lives in the woods? How do sea creatures keep safe under the sea?
PE Master basic movements including running, jumping, throwing and catching, as well as developing balance, agility and co-ordination, and begin to apply these in a range of activities.

(Gymnastics)

 

Perform dances using simple movement patterns.

(Street

Dance)

Master basic movements including running, jumping, throwing and catching, as well as developing balance, agility and co-ordination, and begin to apply these in a range of activities.

(Gymnastics)

Perform dances using simple movement patterns.

 

 

(Bollywood Dance)

 

 

Participate in team games, developing simple tactics for attacking and defending.

 

 

 

 

Perform dances using simple movement patterns.

 

(Country Dance)

 

Year Group

 

Autumn 1

7 weeks

 

Autumn 2

7

 

Spring 1

7

Spring 2

6

Summer 1

5

Summer 2

7

Transition

 

Theme All about my selfie

Harvest/ Healthy eating

Fire and Ice Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

 

Toys Circus Safari/ Jungle Minibeasts

(Plants)

Wow (Visit/Visitors) Farm to Folk

Helen’s Allotment

Chocolate Factory

Ice Skating

Clifton Park Museum Actor/ Gymnast/clown etc.. Wildlife Park Clifton Park

 

Family Learning

 

Fruit and Veg picture – Gallery/Exhibition
Class Read

 (Pie Corbett reading spine)

Pumpkin Soup

Not Now Bernard

Emily Brown and the Thing

Flat Stanley

? Traction Man Dr Xargle’s Earthlets Gorilla

Meerkat Mail

Giraffe and Pelly

 

Frog and Toad Together

The Owl in the Dark

Tuesday

HodgeHeg

English Genre Enormous Turnip 2 week

Percy the Park Keeper  1 week letter

2 week narrative

Pumpkin Soup

2 week instructions

 

Recount diary 2 weeks

Bonfire night poetry 1 week

Penguin Small 2 weeks narrative

Emily Brown and the Thing Character Description

Toy Story Information Fact File 2 weeks

Narrative 2 weeks

Poetry 1 week

Comic Strip 2 weeks Traction Man

Non chronological report 2 week

 

Discussion 2 weeks????????

 

Amazing Grace 2 weeks – Fact file/ Narrative/ Non Chronological report booklet

 

 

 

 

Recount trip YWP 2 weeks

Non chron on Big animal 2 weeks

 

Meerkate mails Letters and post cards 1 weeks

 

Superworm Narrative 2 week

Non chron 2 week

Life cycle 1/2 week

 

Frog and  toad together ? 2 weeks

Theme Writing Instruction for toy Life cycle
Maths Number and place value: counting, reading and writing

2-digit numbers,

Place value

Addition: concrete, visual and number facts

Subtraction: concrete, visual and number facts

Multiplication and division: repeated addition and repeated subtraction

Geometry: properties of 3D and 2D shape

Measures: length, mass, capacity, money

Number and place value: counting, reading and writing

2-digit numbers,

Place value

Addition: concrete, visual and number facts

Subtraction: concrete, visual and number facts

Multiplication and division: repeated addition and repeated subtraction

Geometry: properties of 3D and 2D shape

Measures: length, mass, capacity, money

Number and place value: counting, reading and writing

2-digit numbers,

Place value

Addition: concrete, visual and number facts

Subtraction: concrete, visual and number facts

Multiplication and division: repeated addition and repeated subtraction

Geometry: properties of 3D and 2D shape

Measures: length, mass, capacity, money

Number and place value: counting, reading and writing

2-digit numbers,

Place value

Addition: concrete, visual and number facts

Subtraction: concrete, visual and number facts

Multiplication and division: repeated addition and repeated subtraction

Geometry: properties of 3D and 2D shape

Measures: length, mass, capacity, money

Number and place value: counting, reading and writing

2-digit numbers,

Place value

Addition: concrete, visual and number facts

Subtraction: concrete, visual and number facts

Multiplication and division: repeated addition and repeated subtraction

Geometry: properties of 3D and 2D shape

Measures: length, mass, capacity, money

Number and place value: counting, reading and writing

2-digit numbers,

Place value

Addition: concrete, visual and number facts

Subtraction: concrete, visual and number facts

Multiplication and division: repeated addition and repeated subtraction

Geometry: properties of 3D and 2D shape

Measures: length, mass, capacity, money

Science Scientific Enquiry

 

Food chain Producers

 

 

 

 Identify and compare uses of different materials

 Compare how things move on different surfaces

 

 

 Differentiate living, dead and non-living

 Growing plants (water, light, warmth)

 Basic needs of animals & offspring

 Simple food chains & habitats

 

 Differentiate living, dead and non-living

 Growing plants (water, light, warmth)

 Basic needs of animals & offspring

 Simple food chains & habitats

 

History Lives of significant historical figures, including comparison of those from different periods

 Significant local people

 

Key Events

 e.g. Bonfire night

 

Changes in living memory Changes in living memory

 

Lives of significant historical figures, including comparison of those from different periods

Geography Name & locate world’s continents and oceans

Maps

Name & locate the four countries and capital cities of the United Kingdom using atlases & globes

 identify seasonal / daily weather patterns in the UK and the location of hot and cold areas of the world

Name & locate world’s continents and oceans
DT  

Understand where food comes from

 

Design purposeful, functional & appealing products

 Generate, model & communicate ideas

 Use range of tools & materials to complete practical tasks

ART Learn about range of artists, craftsmen and designers

 

Mr Bloom

Archimboldo

 

Use a range of materials

 Use drawing, painting and sculpture

 Develop techniques of colour, pattern, texture, line, shape, form and space

Use a range of materials

 Use drawing, painting and sculpture

 Develop techniques of colour, pattern, texture, line, shape, form and space

RE  

See Rotherham Scheme of Work

PSHE/SEAL

 

P4C Concepts Religious Beliefs

Family

Judging Prejudice

Trust Sharing

Friendship

Been different

Animal rights

Zoos

Animal skins poaching

Animal rights

Respect

Equality

 

PE

See Rawmarsh Scheme of Work
Year Group

3

Autumn 1

7 weeks

Autumn 2

7 weeks

Spring 1

7 weeks

Spring 2

6 weeks

Summer 1

5 weeks

Summer 2

7 weeks

Transition

 

Theme Outdoor Explorers Magic and Mystery Extreme Earth Our Green Planet

http://www.wastebuster.co.uk/teachers-bin

Mighty Metals Welcome to the Wild
Wow (Visit/Visitors) Camping day in Clifton Park Grimm & Co. Magna Community environment scheme CLC robots Yorkshire Wildlife Park/ The Deep
Family Learning

 

Making firefly jars (Science focus) Exhibition of work (end of term) Making volcanoes Artwork made using recycled materials Robot building (first weeks of term) Theme Assembly
Class Read

 (Pie Corbett reading spine)

The Abominables The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe Cat Tales The Sheep-pig The Iron Man The Battle of Bubble and Squeak
English Genre (No genre week 1)

Formal Writing (letter to Roald Dahl) x1

Recount x1 (diary entries)

Non-chronological report (tourist guide) x2

Description (The Abominables) x2

 

Recount (Newspaper report) x2

Discussion (For/against using magic for homework) x2

Instructions (potions) x1

Narrative (The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe) x2

Narrative (Dinosaurs) x2

Poetry (acrostic- volcanoes) x1

Explanation (Science link) x2

(Cat Tales) x2

Instructions (growing/cooking) x1

Persuasion (environment/tree/Lorax) x2

Description (Setting) x1

Narrative (The Sheep-Pig) x2

Formal writing (invitation to family learning) x2

Poetry x1

Narrative (adventure, re-write Iron Man) x2

Narrative (Anthony Browne-Zoo) x2

Discussion (letter to PM about Zoo’s) x2

Non-chronological report (information leaflet- Battle of Bubble and Squeak) x2

Theme Writing Recount- Diary of a Stone Age Child.

Persuasion- Sun safety (Science)

Instructions- Directions for getting around the school

Biography- J.K. Rowling.

Non-chronological report- Dinosaurs

Information- weather report.

 

Explanation- Life cycle of a sunflower. Instructions- building a robot.

 

 

Persuasion- Advert for Yorkshire Wildlife Park.

 

Maths See medium term plans
Science Sources of light; shadows and reflections. Simple forces, including magnetism. Classification of rock types.

Simple understanding of fossilisation.

Plants, incl. parts, lifestyle and requirements for life. Simple forces, including magnetism. Animals: skeletons & nutrition
History Stone Age

-hunter gatherers and early farmers

Bronze Age

-Bronze age religion, technology and travel.

Iron Age

-Hill forts

Geography Use 8 points of a compass, symbols and keys. Study a region of the UK (not local area)

Use 8 points of a compass, symbols and keys.

Describe and understand climate, rivers, mountain, volcanoes, earthquakes, settlements, trade links, etc.

(Weather forecast/map)

Use fieldwork to observe, measure and record. Locate world’s countries, focusing on Europe & Americas, focus on key physical and human features.

(animals from different countries)

DT Use research & criteria to develop products which are fit for purpose (design a broomstick/sorting hat)

Evaluate existing products and improve own work.

Understand seasonality; prepare and cook mainly savoury dishes. Use annotated sketches and prototypes to explain ideas.

Use mechanical systems in own work.

ART Improve mastery of techniques such as drawing, painting and sculpture etc. with varied materials.

Textiles- art with natural resources

Learn about great artists architects & designers.

Use sketchbooks to collect, record and evaluate ideas.

 

Drawing- portraits

Improve mastery of techniques such as drawing, painting and sculpture etc. with varied materials.

Sculpture- fossils

Learn about great artists architects & designers.

Improve mastery of techniques such as drawing, painting and sculpture etc. with varied materials.

Painting- recreate artists work

Improve mastery of techniques such as drawing, painting and sculpture etc. with varied materials.

Textiles- build Iron Man

Learn about great artists architects & designers.

Use sketchbooks to collect, record and evaluate ideas.

Drawing/painting- zoo animals (sunset and silhouettes?)

RE  

See Rotherham Scheme of Work

PSHE/SEAL

 

How do Rules and Laws Affect Me?

The Caring School

Feelings, Friends and Friendships

Respecting the Differences Between People

Keeping Myself Safe- E Safety: Responsible Use of The Internet Environmental Sustainability The World of Drugs

My Healthy Body, Caring for my Body

The World of Drugs

My Healthy Body, Caring for my Body

P4C Concepts Rules Friendship/Respect Safety Environment Health Animals
PE See Rawmarsh Scheme of Work
 

MFL

Greetings, numbers and colours My family At school Hobbies On holiday Pets
Year Group

Y4

Autumn 1

7 weeks

Autumn 2

7 weeks

Spring 1

7 weeks

Spring 2

6 weeks

Summer 1

5 weeks

Summer 2

7 weeks

Transition

 

Theme Tomb Raiders

 

Let’s Celebrate Master Builders Revolting Romans Take one picture Brilliant Body

Behaviours!

Wow (Visit/Visitors)  

Leeds city museum

 

 

Tesco – farm to fork

 

Legoland Discovery Centre Manchester

 

Visitor in

 

Mini-beast hunting

Family Learning

 

Parents – different cultures Builders challenge Art day
Class Read

 (Pie Corbett reading spine)

Why the whales came Snow walkers son The fire-work makers daughter

Voices in the park

Perry Angel’s Suitcase Charlotte’s web / Bills new frock
English Genre Narrative x2

Instructions x2

Non Chron x2

Recount – diary  x2 (character – prince of Egypt)

Letters/Invites x2

Description x1 if I lived in a snow globe

Fact file / information x2

Poems x2

Narrative x 2/3 inc description

Instructions x2

Play scripts x2

Explanation x2

Persuasion  x2 join the Roman army

Recount x 2

Non- chron x2

Poetry x1

Narrative x2

 

Discussion x2 – health

Recount x 2– news paper

Persuasion x2

 

 

Theme Writing Letters Non-chron – celebrations Explanation

Invite

Narrative – comic strip Fact File Discussion
Maths Number, place value and rounding

Mental addition and subtraction

Multiplication and division

Geometry: properties of shapes

Measures

 

Mental and written addition and subtraction

Multiplication and division

Fractions

Geometry

Data handling and time

Number, place value and rounding

Mental and written addition and subtraction

Mental and written multiplication

Mental and written division

Fractions and decimals

Mental calculation

Written addition and subtraction

Time

Written multiplication and division

Geometry

Data handling and measurement

Place value ideas

Mental addition and subtraction and measures (use measures as a context for problems)

Written addition and subtraction and measures

Mental and written multiplication and division

Fractions

Area and perimeter of rectilinear

shapes and capacity

Mental calculations

Measures

Written addition and subtraction

Mental and written multiplication and division

2D shape, angles and coordinates

Statistics

Science Sound & vibration

Identify how sounds are made, associating some of them with something vibrating

 recognise that vibrations from sounds travel through a medium to the ear

 find patterns between the pitch of a sound and features of the object that produced it

 find patterns between the volume of a sound and the strength of the vibrations that

produced it

 recognise that sounds get fainter as the distance from the sound source increases

changes of state

Compare and group materials together, according to whether they are solids, liquids or gases

Observe that some materials change state when they are heated or cooled, and measure or research the temperature at which this happens in degrees Celsius (°C)

Identify the part played by evaporation and condensation in the water cycle and associate the rate of evaporation with temperature.

 

electricity simple circuits and conductors

Identify common appliances that run on electricity

Construct a simple series electrical circuit, identifying and naming its basic parts, including cells, wires, bulbs, switches and buzzers

Identify whether or not a lamp will light in a simple series circuit, based on whether or not the lamp is part of a complete loop with a battery

Recognise that a switch opens and closes a circuit and associate this with whether or not a lamp lights in a simple series circuit

Recognise some common conductors and insulators, and associate metals with being good conductors

living things/food chain/water cycle

food/digestion

Recognise that living things can be grouped in a variety of ways Explore and use classification keys to help group, identify and name a variety of living things in their local and wider environment

Recognise that environments can change and that this can sometimes pose dangers to living things

History Egypt

The achievements of the earliest civilisations- Ancient Egypt.

 

British history – local history

 

Romans

Roman Empire & impact on Britain:

– Julius Caesar’s attempted invasion

– Roman Empire & successful invasion

– British resistance, e.g. Boudicca

– Romanisation of Britain

Romans

Roman Empire & impact on Britain:

– Julius Caesar’s attempted invasion

– Roman Empire & successful invasion

– British resistance, e.g. Boudicca

– Romanisation of Britain

Geography Linked to Ancient Egypt

Describe & understand climate, rivers, mountains,

Describe and understand physical geography including rivers. Locate the world’s countries

 

Describe & understand climate, rivers, mountains, volcanoes, earthquakes,

 

settlements and trading

Describe and understand physical geography including rivers. Locate the world’s countries

 

Locate world’s countries, focussing on Europe & Americas focus on key physical & human features

Study a region of the UK (not local area)

DT Understand seasonality  -savoury

Use research& criteria to develop products which are fit for purpose

Understand seasonality; prepare & cook mainly savoury dishes

Evaluate existing products and improve own work

Understand seasonality  -savoury

Use research& criteria to develop products which are fit for purpose

Understand seasonality; prepare & cook mainly savoury dishes

Evaluate existing products and improve own work

Invention/Construction.

Evaluate existing products , annotate sketches.

Use annotated sketches and prototypes to explain ideas

Use research& criteria to develop products which are fit for purpose

Evaluate existing products and improve own work

 

Great artists, architects and designers.

Movement art/Stadium designs

 

Use mechanical systems in own work

Use annotated sketches and prototypes to explain ideas

Use research& criteria to develop products which are fit for purpose

 

ART Sculptures linked to Egypt

To improve their mastery of art and design techniques, including drawing, painting and sculpture with a range of materials.

Great artists, architects and designers.

Learn about great artists, architects & designers

Use sketchbooks to collect, record and evaluate ideas Improve mastery of techniques such as drawing, painting and sculpture with varied materials

Learn about great artists, architects & designers

 

RE Christians and Hindus: how do Christians and Hindus use art, buildings and music in worship and community? Christian values: what matters most to Christians and what matters most to me? Christian and Hindu answers to questions: what is God like? What matters most in life? What happens when we die?
PSHE/SEAL

 

The Caring School

Feelings, Friends and Friendships

Respecting the Differences Between People

Environmental Sustainability

Keeping Myself Safe- E Safety: Responsible Use of The Internet

The World of Drugs

 

My Healthy Body, Caring for my Body

How do Rules and Laws Affect Me?

P4C Concepts Feelings/friendships Respect Safety Responsibility Rules Health
 

PE

 

HOCKEY

OAA MATBALL/BASKETBALL

GYMNASTICS

 

RUGBY

DANCE

CRICKET

TENNIS

 

ROUNDERS

ATHLETICS

 

MFL

Refer to Scheme of Work
Year Group

 

Autumn 1

(7 weeks) YS

Autumn 2

(7 weeks)

(4 week plan) IT

Spring 1

(7 weeks) JM

Spring 2

(6 weeks) JS

Summer 1

(5 weeks) JW

Summer 2

(7 weeks) N/A

Transition

 

Theme ‘A long walk to freedom’ Let’s investigate!

(weekly science investigations)

Let me take a selfie Vile Victorians The Great Outdoors

 

‘Mop up’
Wow (Visit/Visitors) First day divide – segregate children

 

Black History month

Clifton Secondary Western Park Museum Clifton museum – Victorian cooking and dress up Camping

Festival

Family Learning

 

Research afternoon on various inspiration people.

 

Sculptures of animals as they’ve adapted and evolved. Food technology: Victorian recipes
Class Read

 (Pie Corbett reading spine)

Y6 Holes

Yr 5 Toms Midnight Garden

Y6 The Hobbit

Yr5 Farther

Y6 Skellig

Yr5 Varjak Paw

Y6 The Arrival

Yr5 street Child

Y6 River Boy

Yr5 Wolf Brother

Y6 Clockwork

Y5 The Wolves of Willoughby Chase

English Genre Week 1  –

Week 2&3 – Biography  (Y5)

Week 4&5 – Adventure Story (Y5)

Week 6&7-  Diary/Historical narrative (Y5)

Narrative- Mystery (Y5)

Explanation (Y5)

Instructions (Y5)

Legend (Y5)

Recount (Y5)

Poetry(Y5)

Narrative

Non Chronological report

Persuasion

Discussion

 

Play script (Y5)

Traditional tale (Y5)

Discussion (Y5)

Fantasy (Y5)

Persuasion (Y5)

Non-chron (Y5)

Theme Writing Week 1 Introduce.

Week 2 – Travel Brochure/Poster Persuasive.

Week 3 – What is A partied? Nelson Mandela.

Week 4 –

Week 5 – Rugby world cup/ World up

Week 6 – Discussion

Week 7  –

Non-chron

Recount

Letter (formal)

Instructions (recipe)

Diary (informal)

Maths See Scheme of Work
Science Classification, including micro-organisms

Classify materials according to a variety of properties

Introduce gravity, resistance & mechanical forces

Forces, including gravity

Evolution & Adaptation

– Recognise that living things have changed over time and that fossils provide information about living things that inhabited the Earth millions of years ago.

– Recognise that living things produce offspring of the same kind, but normally offspring vary and aren’t identical to their parents.

–    Identify how animals and plants are adapted to suit their environment in different ways and that adaptation may lead to evolution.

 

Life cycles of plants & animals (inc. mammal, insect, bird, amphibian)

– Describe the differences in the lifecycles of a mammal, amphibian, insect and a bird.

– Describe the life process of reproduction in some plants and animals.

 

Classification

– Describe how living things are classified into broad groups according to common observable characteristics and based on similarities and differences including micro-organisms, plants and animals.

– Give reasons for classifying plants and animals based on specific characteristics.

 

Describe changes as humans develop & mature

–    Describe the simple functions as humans develop from birth to old age.

Electricity: investigating circuits

 

History Y6 Broader History Study

Non-European society – South Africa – Nelson Mandela

–     Continue to develop a chronologically secure knowledge and understanding of British, local and world history. Y6 British History

An extended period study, e.g.

– The changing power of monarchs

– Significant turning points in British history

– Crime & punishment

– Leisure

 

Geography Understand latitude, longitude, Equator, hemispheres, tropics, polar circles & time zones

 

Name & locate counties, cities, regions & features of UK

 

Study a region of Europe, and of the Americas

Name & locate counties, cities, regions & features of UK  

Understand latitude, longitude, Equator, hemispheres, tropics, polar circles & time zones

 

Understand biomes, vegetation belts, land use, economic activity, distribution of resources, etc.

 

Use 4- and 6-figure grid references on OS maps

 

Use fieldwork to record & explain areas

 

Study a regions of Europe
DT Use research& criteria to develop products which are fit for purpose and aimed at specific groups

Cook savoury dishes for a healthy & varied diet

ART

(SoW)

Pencil

 

Paint Fabric Clay All mediums – applying all skills learn
RE  

See Rotherham Scheme of Work

PSHE/SEAL

 

P4C Concepts

 

Loneliness

Inequality

Racism

Unfairness

Freedom

Challenge

 

Bravery

Trust

Resilient

Environment

Famous

Caring

Punishment

Law

Consequence

Equal rights

Choice

Poverty

Music

(Charranga)

Computing See Scheme of Work
 

PE

See Rawmarsh Scheme of Work
 

MFL

MFL Scheme of Work