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Curriculum - Early Years & Year 1 - 6

Curriculum Map 2017-2018

For more information on our curriculum please see your child's class teacher. You can also view the 'Termly Year Group Overviews' to see what each year group will be covering over each term by selecting the tab above and selecting our 'Early Years' tab. 

 

Subject

Sources

English

National Curriculum

Talk for Writing planning approach for KS1 and KS2. Core texts which link (where possible) to the half

term topic themes. See Tudor Book List for further details

Read, Write Inc. phonics scheme

Read, Write Inc. spelling scheme

Nelson Handwriting scheme

Mathematics

National Curriculum. Busy Ants scheme of work (Collins) Mathletics, Maths factor, NRich challenge.

Testbase. Mastery Materials

Science

National Curriculum

Computing

National Curriculum. School planning support located on the shared planning area

RE

National Curriculum. Ealing scheme of work

PSHCE, Seal and citizenship

National Curriculum. Ealing scheme of work

Humanities

National Curriculum

Music

Music specialist. Charanga scheme of work (http://www.ealingmusicserviceonline.co.uk)

Art/DT

National Curriculum

PE

National Curriculum. PE specialist teacher for some year groups. Swimming for Y4

MFL

National Curriculum. Specialist teachers – French & German

EYFS areas for learning

Early Years Foundation Stage Curriculum

            Special Events & Times

Autumn

Spring

Summer

Black History Month

Eid El Adha

Harvest Festival

Topic ‘Kick Start’ Days

Diwali

Remembrance Day

Class assemblies

Christmas

Carol singing

Places of worship visits

Guru Nanak’s Birthday

Class trips (see individual class overview)

 

 

Airport Day

World Book Day

Science Week

Chinese New Year

Healthy Eating Week

Citizenship Week

Easter

Holi

Class assemblies

Safer Internet Day

E-Safety

Mothering Sunday

Friendship Week

Topic ‘Kick Start’ Days

Places of worship visits

Class trips (see individual class overviews)

Year 6 Spring Concert

Eid El Fitr

Vaiskhi

Summer Fair

Class Trips (see individual class overviews)

Topic ‘Kick Start’ Days

Places of worship visits

Enterprise Week

Healthy Eating Week

Well Being Week

Refugee Week

Careers Day

Year 6 Leavers production

Sports Day

Whole school to Spikes Bridge Park 

 

 

       
 

 

 

 

Nursery

Prime Areas

Specific Areas

 

Personal Social and Emotional Development

Communication and Language

Physical Development

Literacy

Mathematics

Understanding

The World

Expressive Arts and Design

 

Making Relationships

Self Confidence and Self Awareness

Managing Feelings and Behaviour

Listening and Attention

Speaking

Understanding

Moving and Handling

Health and Self Care

Reading

Writing

Number

Shape, Space and Measure

People and Communities

The World

Technology

Exploring Media and Materials

Being Imaginative

Autumn 1st Half

Settling in

 

ourselves

 

Settling in

-separating from main carer

-class rules and boundaries

-engaging in new play activities

-selecting activities and using resources

-Encourage listening and responding in a range of situations

-Following instructions and answering simple questions

-Expressing themselves

- developing fine and gross motor skills

(Indoor and outdoor)- showing good control and coordination

-Safety

-Using equipment and materials

-Health and Bodily awareness

- Moving in different ways

-The children will enjoy a range of Fiction and Non-fiction texts including a focus on Nursery Rhymes (key texts: Owl babies, Whose baby am I?)

-Writing : exploring mark making

 

-Focus on understanding numbers

-Exploring numbers and recognising numbers to 5

-Shape, space and measure in the environment

-observation

from pictures

of themselves as a baby

-Islam: Eid 

-operating mechanical toys

-Seasons:

Autumn 

Exploring sounds/songs

Using materials, tools and techniques safely

Using different media

Developing imagination in the home corner

Making paintings

Autumn 2nd half

Settling in

 

Food

 

Settling in

-separating from main carer

-class rules and boundaries

-engaging in new play activities

-selecting activities and using resources

-kick start - cooking day and picnic

-Encourage listening and responding in a range of situations

-Following instructions and answering simple questions

-Expressing themselves

- developing fine and gross motor skills

(Indoor and outdoor)- showing good control and coordination

-Safety

-Using equipment and materials with control

-Health and Bodily awareness

- Moving in different ways

-The children will enjoy a range of Fiction and Non-fiction texts including a focus on Nursery Rhymes (key texts: Handa’s surprise, The gingerbread man, )

-recognising their name

-Writing : mark making with meaning

-sound awareness and discrimination

-Focus on understanding numbers

-Exploring numbers and recognising numbers to 5

-Shape, space and measure in the environment

Christianity: Christmas

Hinduism/Sikhism- Diwali

IWB: using IWB Smart to make marks

Observations

and discussions about the ice

city made in the

tuff mat

Seasons: Winter

Exploring sounds/songs

Using materials, tools and techniques safely

Using different media

Developing imagination in the home corner

Making paintings

Spring 1st half

The Farm

 

-Keeping safe

-Self esteem

-Wants/Needs

 -initiating play with others

-accepting the needs of others, taking turns and sharing resources

- kick start - dress up as a farm animal

 

-Encourage listening and responding in a range of situations

-Following instructions and answering simple questions

-Expressing themselves

-Fine and gross motor skills

(Indoor and outdoor)- showing good control and coordination

-Safety

-Using equipment and materials with control

-Health and Bodily awareness

- Using the equipment to climb using alternate feet

-The children will enjoy a range of Fiction and Non-fiction texts including a focus on Nursery Rhymes (key texts: The little red hen, Mrs Wishy Washy’s farm)

-linking sounds to letters, start RWI phonics in small groups, name writing

-Focus on understanding numbers

-Exploring numbers and recognising numbers to 10

-Shape, space and measure in the environment

Chinese new year

What animals

live on the farm, what do they

eat, what noises

do they make

IWB: games

Operating the

CD player

Visit from the

farm

 

Exploring sounds/songs

Using materials, tools and techniques safely

Using different media

Developing imagination

 Joining construction pieces to build a model

Spring 2nd half

Bears

 

 

-Keeping safe

-Developing responsibility

-Playing in a group

-accepting the needs of others, taking turns and sharing resources

-kick start - staff perform Goldilocks

 

 

-Encourage listening and responding in a range of situations

-Following instructions and answering simple questions

-Expressing themselves

-Fine and gross motor skills

(Indoor and outdoor)- showing good control and coordination.

-Developing pencil grip

-Safety

-Using equipment and materials with control

-Health and Bodily awareness

-The children will enjoy a range of Fiction and Non-fiction texts including a focus on Nursery Rhymes (key texts: Brown bear brown bear, Were going on a bear hunt, Goldilocks and the three bears)

-linking sounds to letters, RWI phonics, name writing

- start to take home ORT reading books

-Focus on understanding numbers

-Exploring numbers and recognising numbers to 10

-representing numbers to 10 using objects

-Shape, space and measure in the environment

 

Characteristics

of bears, where

they live, what

they eat, what

they look like,

noises they make

Talking about

things they

observe, sensory trail linked to

bear hunt

Seasons: Spring

Mothers day

Christianity:

Easter

Exploring sounds/songs

Using materials, tools and techniques safely

Using different media

Developing imagination

Using clay to make models

Building stories with toys

Summer 1st half

Plants, growth and mini-beast?

Why do things grow?

-Behaviour and self-control

-Friendships

-Adapting behaviour to different events

-accepting the needs of others, taking turns and sharing resources

-kick start - visitors with minibeasts fair. 

 

-Encourage listening and responding in a range of situations

-Following instructions and answering simple questions

-Expressing themselves

-Fine and gross motor skills

(Indoor and outdoor)- showing good control and coordination

-Developing pencil grip

-Safety

-Using equipment and materials with control

-Health and Bodily awareness

-The children will enjoy a range of Fiction and Non-fiction texts including a focus on Nursery Rhymes (key texts: The very hungry caterpillar, Jack and the beanstalk, The bad tempered ladybird, mad about mini beasts)

-linking sounds to letters, writing sounds in CVC words

-Focus on understanding numbers

-Exploring numbers and recognising numbers to 10

-matching numeral and quantity correctly

-Shape, space and measure in the environment

Commenting and asking questions about the world

Observations of the caterpillars in the nursery turning into butterflies

Developing an understanding of growth

Showing care and concern for living things

Fathers day

Seasons: Summer

Exploring sounds/songs

Using materials, tools and techniques safely

Using different media

Developing imagination

Using available resources to create props to support their role play

Summer 2nd half

Transport

Why do we need transport?

 -Awareness of others feelings and behaviours

-Confidence to speak in group time

-Developing responsibility

-accepting the needs of others, taking turns and sharing resources

-kick start - Fire fighters visit.

 

-Encourage listening and responding in a range of situations

-Following instructions and answering simple questions

-Expressing themselves

-Fine and gross motor skills

(Indoor and outdoor)- showing good control and coordination

-Safety

-Using equipment and materials with control

-Health and Bodily awareness

-uses a pencil with good control and forms some letters correctly

-The children will enjoy a range of Fiction and Non-fiction texts including a focus on Nursery Rhymes (key texts: The train ride, The naughty bus, The blue balloon, Red rockets and rainbow jelly, The journey home from grandpas)

-linking sounds to letters, writing  words using phonic knowledge

 -Focus on understanding numbers

-Exploring numbers and recognising numbers to 10

-matching numeral and quantity correctly

-Shape, space and measure in the environment

Talking about similarities and differences

Operating the CD player

Completing games on IWB

Talking about why things happen and how they work

 

Exploring sounds/songs

Using materials, tools and techniques safely

Using different media

Developing imagination

Engaging in imaginative role play based on first hand experiences

The four themes, A Unique Child, Positive Relationships, Enabling Environments and Learning and Development underpin all of the EYFS in Nursery and Reception.

 

 

 

Reception

Prime Areas

Specific Areas

 

Personal Social and Emotional Development

Communication and Language

Physical Development

Literacy

Mathematics

Understanding The World

Expressive Arts and Design

 

Making Relationships

Self Confidence and Self Awareness

Managing Feelings and Behaviour

Listening and Attention

Speaking

Understanding

Moving and Handling

Health and Self Care

Reading

Writing

Number

Shape, Space and Measure

People and Communities

The World

Technology

Exploring Media and Materials

Being Imaginative

Autumn 1st Half

What makes me unique and special?

-Settling in / routines

-Self-confidence and Self esteem

-Making relationships

-Class and school rules

-maintaining attention and concentration in a range of situations

-listening and doing

-responding to instructions

-expressing themselves

-answering questions

-talking in complex sentences

-Fine and gross motor skills

(Indoor and outdoor)- showing good control and coordination

-Safety

-Using equipment and materials

-Health and Bodily awareness

Fiction – nursery rhymes (key texts for topic: Owl babies, funny bones, From head to toe

Non-fiction – Ourselves / my body

Writing – name writing, labels, lists

RWI phonics

-Focus on understanding numbers

-Consolidating number facts to 10

-Shape, space and measure

-Exploring measuring different lengths and weights

-joining in with celebrations: Eid

-looking closely at similarities, differences , patterns and change,

-completing programs on the computer

 

-Using different media and materials

-Developing imagination/ role play

-Responding to experiences, expressing and communicating ideas

-Creating music and dance

Autumn 2nd half

Why is space so amazing?

-Settling in / routines

-Self-confidence and Self esteem

-Making relationships

-Class and school rules

-Awareness of other cultural beliefs

-kick start - Alien dress up day

-maintaining attention and concentration in a range of situations

-listening and doing

-responding to instructions

-expressing themselves

-answering questions

-talking in complex sentences

-Fine and gross motor skills

(Indoor and outdoor)- showing good control and coordination

-Safety

-Using equipment and materials

-Health and Bodily awareness

Fiction – key texts for topic: Whatever next, Aliens love underpants, How to catch a star, The way back home, The snow man

Non-fiction – Space

Writing – labels, sentences, letters

RWI phonics

-Focus on understanding numbers to 15

-one more or one less

-addition by counting all in 2 sets

-Practical subtraction

-money: using pennies to buy

-2d and 3d shape names, 2-d shape properties, patterns

-ordering by length and weight

-capacity

-joining in with celebrations: Diwali, Christmas

-looking closely at similarities, differences , patterns and change,

-completing programs on the computer

 

-Using different media and materials

-Developing imagination/ role play

-Responding to experiences, expressing and communicating ideas

-Creating music and dance

Spring 1st half

What lies beneath the sea?

-Fixing conflicts that may arise with others

-confident to speak about their needs, wants , interests and opinions

-explaining their own knowledge and understanding

-kick start - Treasure hunt. 

-maintaining attention and concentration in a range of situations

-listening and doing

-responding to instructions

-expressing themselves

-answering questions

-talking in complex sentences

-Fine and gross motor skills

(Indoor and outdoor)- showing good control and coordination

-Safety

-Using equipment and materials

-Health and Bodily awareness

Fiction – key texts for topic: Captain Flynn and the pirate dinosaurs, Commotion in the ocean, Barry the fish with fingers, The storm whale, The fish who could wish, Chinese new year story

Non-fiction – The sea

Writing – labels, sentences, letters, reports, rhyming strings, poem

RWI phonics

-Focus on understanding numbers to 20

-one more or one less

-solving addition sums with drawings

-solving subtraction sums by crossing out

-money: using pennies to buy

-2d and 3d shape names, 2-d shape properties, patterns

-ordering by length and weight

-capacity

-joining in with celebrations: Chinese new year

-looking closely at similarities, differences , patterns and change,

-completing programs on the computer

 

-Using different media and materials

-Developing imagination/ role play

-Responding to experiences, expressing and communicating ideas

-Creating music and dance

Spring 2nd half

Why do villains in stories do bad things?

-Working as a apart of a group or class

-understanding that their own actions affect other people

-negotiating and solving problems with others

-kick start - Bring in favourite traditional tale and dress up.

-Listening to stories and anticipating key events

-responding to stories with questions and relevant comments

-following instructions with several ideas or actions

-answering how and why questions

-express themselves effectively

-Fine and gross motor skills

(Indoor and outdoor)- showing good control and coordination

-Safety

-Using equipment and materials

-Health and Bodily awareness

Fiction – key texts for topic: Little red riding hood, The enormous turnip, The runaway chapatti, The three little pigs, The three Billy goats gruff

Non-fiction – The woods,  recipe books

Writing – labels, sentences, letters, reports, rhyming strings, poem, recipes

RWI phonics

-Focus on understanding numbers to 20

-one more or one less

-solving addition sums with drawings

-solving subtraction sums by crossing out

-money: using pennies to buy

-2d and 3d shape names, 2-d shape properties, patterns

-ordering by length and weight

-capacity

-joining in with celebrations: Easter, Mothers day, Holi

-looking closely at similarities, differences , patterns and change,

-completing programs on the computer

 

-Using different media and materials

-Developing imagination/ role play

-Responding to experiences, expressing and communicating ideas

-Creating music and dance

Summer 1st half

What is the difference between a hero and a superhero?

-taking account of others ideas

-showing sensitivity to others feelings

-talking about the behaviour of others and its consequences

-sense of community and the school environment

-kick start - Superhero parade.

 

-Listening to stories and anticipating key events

-responding to stories with questions and relevant comments

-following instructions with several ideas or actions

-answering how and why questions

-express themselves effectively

-use past present and future forms accurately

-Fine and gross motor skills

(Indoor and outdoor)- showing good control and coordination

-Safety

-Using equipment and materials

-Health and Bodily awareness

Fiction – key texts for topic: Super kid, Super daisy, George saves the world by lunchtime, Charlie’s super hero underpants, Rapunzel

Non-fiction – people who help us books

Writing – labels, sentences, letters, writing stories, rhyming strings, posters

RWI phonics

-Focus on understanding numbers to 20

-Adding/Subtracting 1 digit from 2 digits by counting on

-solving sharing, halving and doubling.

-3/d shape properties

-Comparing/estimating weights/lengths

-Problem Solving

-recognising, creating and describing patterns

-Visit from people who help us

-Talking about similarities and differences between traditions

-talking about features of the environment

-technology to cook

-making observations

-Using different media and materials

-Developing imagination/ role play

-Responding to experiences, expressing and communicating ideas

-Creating music and dance

Summer 2nd half

If animals could speak what would they say?

 

 

-Confident to speak in front of the class (show and tell, role plays)

- Adjusting their behaviour to different situations and taking change of routine in their stride.

-Talking about their achievements and areas they would like to practise more

-kick start - Animal dress. 

 

-Listening to stories and anticipating key events

-responding to stories with questions and relevant comments

-following instructions with several ideas or actions

-answering how and why questions

-express themselves effectively

-develop their own narratives and explanations

-Fine and gross motor skills

(Indoor and outdoor)- showing good control and coordination

-Safety

-Using equipment and materials

-Health and Bodily awareness

Fiction – key texts for topic: The Gruffalo

Mr Grumpy’s outing, The Selfish crocodile

Rumble in the jungle, Little beaver and the echo

The smartest giant in town, Buri and the marrow

Non-fiction – Animals, Chicks, Summer

Writing – labels, sentences, letters, writing stories, rhyming string, poems

RWI phonics

 -Focus on understanding numbers to 20

-Adding/Subtracting 1 digit from 2 digits by counting on

-solving sharing, halving and doubling.

-3/d shape properties

-Comparing/estimating weights/lengths

-Problem Solving

-recognising, creating and describing patterns

-Visit to bunny park

-Chicks in the nursery

-Talking about similarities and differences between traditions

-talking about features of the environment

-technology to cook

-making observations

-Using different media and materials

-Developing imagination/ role play

-Responding to experiences, expressing and communicating ideas

-Creating music and dance

 

 

YEAR 1

Autumn 1

Autumn 2

Spring 1

Spring 2

Summer 1

Summer 2

Key Theme/Topic

Space

 

The Great Fire of London

International Topic -Kenya

Toys

Animals

Seaside

Enquiry Question

How did we travel in space?

 

 

Why did the fire spread so quickly

How does Kenyan life differ to life in UK?

How have toys changed over the years?

What can animals do that humans can’t?

Do you like to be beside the seaside?

English – Key Writing Genres/Key Text

(not taught in order)

Unit 1: Stories with Familiar Settings - Farmer Duck

Unit 2: Stories from a range of cultures and predictable and patterned language - Too much talk

Unit 3: Traditional and Fairy Stories - The Gingerbread Man

Unit 4: Stories about fantasy worlds - Jack and the beanstalk

Unit 5: Labels, lists and captions - Smartest Giant in Town, Snail on the Whale. 

Unit 6: Instructions (persuasion) - How to grow a Sunflower

Unit 7: Recount, dictionary - London Zoo 

Unit 8: Recount (fact and fiction) -  or Ruislip Lido

Unit 9: Poetry Using the Sense-Smartest Giant in Town

Unit 10: Poetry Pattern and Rhyme-Fireworks Poems

Unit 11: Poetry Poems on a theme-The Snail and the Whale

English Coverage

-Spoken Language

-Reading (word reading & comprehension)

-Writing (transcription, handwriting, composition)

-Vocabulary, grammar and punctuation

Maths

Number

-place value

-addition & subtraction

-multiplication & division

-fractions 

- Solving word problems.

Number challenges from NRich

Measurement- Time, money, length, capacity and mass

Geometry

-properties of shape

-position & direction

- Solving word problems.

Number challenges from NRich

Number

-place value

-addition & subtraction

-multiplication & division

-fractions

-Solving word problems.

Number challenges from NRich

Measurement- Time, money, length, capacity and mass

Geometry

-properties of shape

-position & direction

-Solving word probnlems

Number challenges from NRich

Number

-place value

-addition & subtraction

-multiplication & division

-fractions

-Solving word problems

Number challenges from NRich

Measurement- Time, money, length, capacity and mass

Geometry

-properties of shape

-position & direction

-Solving word problems.

Number challenges from NRich

Science

Seasons

Seasonal changes/weather

Everyday Materials

Seasonal changes/weather

 

Seasonal Changes

Plants

Seasonal changes/weather

Animals including humans

Seasonal changes/weather

Our Bodies

Seasonal changes/weather

Computing

Digital media

E-Safety

-Beetbots, iBoard games and JIT Turtle

Multimedia- Microsoft paint

-MS Paint, JIT paint, JIT Mix & JIT Animate

Multimedia & word processing

- JIT Write & Paint

Communication & collaboration

-Pictogram and Chart

Typing and communication

Programming

J2Code, 1st Blocking game and J2Code Visual

E Safety

Searching on the internet

 

Humanities

(Geography/History)

(Neil Armstrong) Biography of his time line in space

 

The Great Fire of London

 

Place knowledge – International topic - Kenya

 

The history of toys

Human & physical features - Southall – our local area

 

Seaside and how they have changed over time.

RE

Special Days

Special Days

Special places

Special places

Special food

Special food

Art/DT

Art- texture-Design and make a model of a piece of play equipment

DT- structure- Build models of houses similar to those found in London at the time of the great fire.

Art-line, shape & form-Look at Kenyan art/artist Jacobus Hendrik Pierneef (drawing, colour and painting)

Art- colour-Explore colour and texture

Art- pattern-Explore colour and texture

Art - Collage work

DT – Cooking- design a fruit smoothie, fruit salad

PE

Gymnastics

Multi skills

Gymnastics

Multi skills

Dance

Multi Skills

FUNS

Multi skills

FUNS

Multi skills

FUNS

Multi skills

PHSE Health & Well-being (please see individual class overviews) Living in the wider world (please see individual class overviews) Relationships (please see individual class overviews)

Music

Theme title

(music)

Hey You!

(Old School Hip Hop)

Little Angel Gets Her Wings

(General Christmas)

In the Groove

(Blues, Latin, Folk,

Funk, Baroque,

Bhangra)

Rhythm in the way we walk/ Banana wrap

(Reggae, Hip Hop)

Round and round

(Latin Bossa Nova,

Film music, Big Band

Jazz, Mash-up, Latin

Fusion)

Reflect, rewind, replay

(Western Classical

music and your

choice from Year 1)

Visits/ Enrichment

Religious place of worship

Great Fire of London workshop in school

Making African mask

Airport Day

Religious place of worship

Library trip

London Zoo trip

Religious place of worship

Ruislip Lido

               

 

 

YEAR 2

Autumn 1

Autumn 2

Spring 1

Spring 2

Summer 1

Summer 2

Key Theme/Topic

The First Flight

Plants

International Topic - Mexico

Living Things

Famous people

Animals and humans

Enquiry Question

What was the significance of the first aeroplane flight?

How do plants grow?

Where is Mexico; What is it like?

Am I alive?

Queen Victoria and Queen Elizabeth- Compare & Contrast

What do we need to survive?

English – Key Writing Genres/Key Text

(not taught in order)

Unit 1: Stories with familiar Settings-Lighthouse Keepers Lunch, Six Dinner Sid

Unit 2: Traditional Stories-Adelita, Jamela’s Dress

Unit 3: Different Stories by the Same Author -Tiddler 

Unit 4: Extended Stories and significant authors 

Unit 5: Instructions - Pumpkin Soup

 

Unit 6: Explanations

Unit 7: Information Texts

Unit 8: Non-chronological reports - Florence Nightingale/Mary Seacole Queen Elizabeth I

Unit 9: Poetry Patterns on the page - Christmas Carols

Unit 10: Poetry Silly stuff - There was an old lady who swallowed a fly

English Coverage

-Spoken Language

-Reading (word reading & comprehension)

-Writing (transcription, handwriting, composition)

-Vocabulary, grammar and punctuation

Maths

Number

-place value

-addition & subtraction

-multiplication & division

-fractions

Measurement- Time, money, length, capacity and mass

Worded SATs type of questions throughout.

Number challenges from NRich

 

 

Geometry

-properties of shape

-position & direction

Statistics

Worded SATs type of questions throughout.

Number challenges from NRich

Number

-place value

-addition & subtraction

-multiplication & division

-fractions

Measurement- Time, money, length, capacity and mass

Worded SATs type of questions throughout.

Number challenges from NRich

Geometry

-properties of shape

-position & direction

Statistics

Worded SATs type of questions throughout.

Number challenges from NRich

Number

-place value

-addition & subtraction

-multiplication & division

-fractions

Measurement- Time, money, length, capacity and mass

Worded SATs type of questions throughout.

Number challenges from NRich

 

 

Geometry

-properties of shape

-position & direction

Statistics

Worded SATs type of questions throughout.

Number challenges from NRich

Science

Using everyday materials

The use of everyday materials

 

Living things and their habitats

 

Animals, including humans

Computing

E-safety and typing skills 

Changing images (J2e)

Data and programming JIT (J2code) visual

Emails/ Blogging

Text & paint in JIT mix

Data handling JIT chart

Using the internet and copying ND PASTING (J2e5)

Using digital media-making videos J2 code visual 

Humanities

(Geography/History)

Wright brothers

Events beyond living memory that are significant nationally or globally

 

Geographic location

Physical features of chosen country - Mexico

Fieldwork, World maps, atlases and globes.

Oceans

Florence Nightingale 

Mary Seacole

Comparison of key individuals and time periods

Victorians

Comparison of key individuals and time periods

RE

Special days

Special places

Leanring from stories

Special food

The importance of water

Our world; caring for new life?

Art/DT

Art-line, shape & form-Sketching

Art – textiles/ texture - model making

DT - textiles

Art-line, shape & form-Sketching

DT – making a structure that is strong- Making a model plant pot

Art – colour - Mexican artist Diego Rivera and recreate his work using water colours.

Art-line, shape & form-Sketching

 

Art - Collage work

DT – mechanisms – design a product that uses movement

Art – shape & form – printing DT – Cooking-Making a nutritional  dish

PE

Gymnastics, Multi skills

Gymnastics, Multi skills

FUNS, Multi Skills

FUNS, Multi Skills

Dance, Multi skills

FUNS, Multi skills

PHSE Health & Well-being (please see individual class overviews) Living in the wider world (please see individual class overviews) Relationships (please see individual class overviews)

Music

Theme title

(music)

Hands, Feet, Heart

(South African styles)

Little Angel Gets Her

Wings

(Christmas)

Glockenspiel Stage 1 (Learning basic

instrumental skill)

 

I Wanna Play In A

Band

(Rock)

Zootime

(Reggae)

Reflect, Rewind and

Replay

(Western Classical music)

 

Visits/ Enrichment

RAF museum – Hendon

Religious place of worship (Gurudwara)

Religious place of worship (Church)

Airport Day

Science Museum

Religious place of worship (Mosque)

Ruislip Lido - Hillingdon

Pets at Home

 

 

YEAR 3

Autumn 1

Autumn 2

Spring 1

Spring 2

Summer 1

Summer 2

Key Theme/Topic

Forces

Stone Age

International topic - Brazil

Growth of plants

Ancient Rome

Light

The local area

Enquiry Question

Can you feel the force?

If landmarks could speak, what would they say?

What lies beneath our feet?

Where Brazil and what is it like?

How does your garden grow?

What did the Romans do for us?

What gives us light?

English – Key Writing Genres/Key Text

(not taught in order)

Unit 1: Stories with Familiar Settings - The Owl who was afraid of the dark

Unit 2: Myths and Legends-Romulus and Remus

Unit 3: Adventure & Mystery Stories- The Vanishing Village, Ice Palace

Unit 4: Authors & Letters- The Great Kapok Tree

Unit 5: Play and Film Scripts - Firework Maker’s Daughter

Unit 6: Single Voice Poetry - Ice Palace

Unit 7: Performance Poetry - The Great Kapok Tree

Unit 8: Shape Poetry - The Great Kapok Tree

Unit 9: Reports

Unit 10: Instructions

 Unit 11: Information Texts

English Coverage

-Spoken Language

-Reading (word reading & comprehension)

-Writing (transcription, handwriting, composition)

-Vocabulary, grammar and punctuation                                                                       

Maths

Number

-place value

-addition & subtraction

-multiplication & division

-fractions

Measurement- Time, money, length, capacity and mass

Worded SATs type of questions

Number challenges from NRich

 

Measurement- Time, money, length, capacity and mass

Geometry

-properties of shape

-position & direction

-Statistics

Worded SATs type of questions

Number challenges from NRich

Number

-place value

-addition & subtraction

-multiplication & division

-fractions

Measurement- Time, money, length, capacity and mass

Worded SATs type of questions

Number challenges from NRich

 

Measurement- Time, money, length, capacity and mass

Geometry

-properties of shape

-position & direction

-Statistics

Worded SATs type of questions

Number challenges from NRich

 

Number

-place value

-addition & subtraction

-multiplication & division

-fractions

Measurement- Time, money, length, capacity and mass

Worded SATs type of questions

Number challenges from NRich

 

Measurement- Time, money, length, capacity and mass

Geometry

-properties of shape

-position & direction

-Statistics

Worded SATs type of questions

Number challenges from NRich

 

Science

Forces and Magnets

Rocks

Animals including humans

Plants

The human skeleton

Light

Computing

E-Safety: Capt Kara, Scenarios, Multimedia, Text, Images and sound J2e5

Programming J2Code Visual recap Y2, Intro inputs

Data handling JIT charts, bar charts, intro, pie charts, combine in mix

Stop frame animation J2 spotlight

Data handling JIT/J2 data, branching database

Programming 2 J2Code visual, recap inputs, intro "Broadcast-receive message"

Humanities

(Geography/History)

Locational knowledge/Human and physical geography regarding Forces used around us.

Stone Age period in History

Place knowledge of Brazil

 

The Romans

 

Locational knowledge/Human and physical geography

RE

Festivals of Light

Festivals of Light

Beliefs and Practices: Judaism

Beliefs and Practices: Christianity

History of beliefs in the UK

History of beliefs in the UK

Art/DT

Art-Colour - Simple colour wheel

Creating the London skyline

Art-Line, Form-Creating clay sculpture

DT-Textiles- design/make a colourful item for carnival

DT-Food-Design and make healthy dish using vegetables 

DT-Materials-design packaging for product

Art-Pattern – produce simple print block - Roman mosaics

DT-Mechanical-wind-up toy

Art-Line, shape & form-demonstrate light and dark in drawings

DT- Electrical-design a produce that uses electrical components

PE

Tag rugby, gymnastics

Hockey, Gymnastics

Netball, dance

Tennis, gymnastics

Rounders, dance

Athletics

PHSE Health & Well-being (please see individual class overviews) Living i the wider world (please see individual class overviews) Relationships (please see individual class overviews)

MFL

French

Topic -kick start- Children get magnets and go around the school to find out what is magnetic -kick start- Build a Stone age house -kick start-Samba dance -kick start- Plant a seed and observe it through the term

kick start- Fake Roman battle

-legions

-general

kick start - Laser tag

Music

Theme title

(music)

Three Little Birds

(Reggae)

Ho Ho Ho (Christmas, Big Band, Motown, Elvis, Freedom Songs)

Glockenspiel (Stage 2 Learning basic instrumental skills by playing tunes in varying styles)

Benjamin Britten - There Was a Monkey Britten (Western Classical music, Reggae, R&B)

Let Your Spirit Fly( R&B, Michael Jackson, Western Classical, Musicals, Motown, Soul)

Reflect, Rewind and Replay

(Western Classical music and your choice from Year 3)

Visits/ Enrichment

Science Museum - Forces

History Man

Create mini museum

Airport Day 

London Zoo - Rainforest

Kew Gardens

Shakespeare Workshop- Julius Caesar. Create mini museum

Walk around the local area.

 

YEAR 4

Autumn 1

Autumn 2

Spring 1

Spring 2

Summer 1

Summer 2

Key Theme/Topic

Ancient Egypt

Anglo Saxons

International Topic - India

States of Matter

Electricity 

Sound

Enquiry Question

Was Ancient Egypt a good place to live?

How did the Anglo-Saxons impact on our lives? 

What's your favourite part of India?

What’s everything made of?

What makes electricity so useful?

How is sound generated?

English – Key Writing Genres/Key Text

(not taught in order)

 Unit 1: Stories in Historical Settings- Romeo and Juliet

Unit 2: Fantasy Stories - Leon and the Place Between, The Time travelling Cat and the Egyptian Goddess

Unit 3: Stories About Other Cultures - Egyptian Cinderella

Unit 4: Issues & Dilemmas - George’s Marvellous medicine, The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane

Unit 5: Play & Film Script - Romeo and Juliet

Unit 6: Recounts - News Papers and Magazines

Unit 7: Information Texts

Unit 8: Explanation Texts

Unit 9: Persuasive Texts

Unit 10: Poetry - Creating Images                   Leon and the Place Between

Unit 11: Poetry - Exploring form                      Leon and the Place Between

English Coverage

-Spoken Language

-Reading (word reading & comprehension)

-Writing (transcription, handwriting, composition)

-Vocabulary, grammar and punctuation                                                                       

Maths

Number

-place value

-addition & subtraction

-multiplication & division

-fractions

Geometry

-properties of shape

-position & direction

Statistics

Worded SATs type of questions

Number challenges from NRich

Measurement

Statistics

Algebra and ratio

Worded SATs type of questions

Number challenges from NRich

 

Number

-place value

-addition & subtraction

-multiplication & division

-fractions

Geometry

-properties of shape

-position & direction

Statistics

Worded SATs type of questions

Number challenges from NRich

Measurement

Statistics

Algebra and ratio

Worded SATs type of questions

Number challenges from NRich

 

Number

-place value

-addition & subtraction

-multiplication & division

-fractions

Geometry

-properties of shape

-position & direction

Statistics

Worded SATs type of questions

Number challenges from NRich

 

 

Measurement

Statistics

Algebra and ratio

Worded SATs type of questions

Number challenges from NRich

 

Science

Animals including humans

Habitats-Living things and their habitats

Habitats - Living things and habitats

States of matter (solids & liquids) 

Electricity (circuits & conductors)

Sound - Hearimng sounds and making music

Computing

E-safety/Graphical modelling

Communication and collaboration

 

Data handling

Multiedia

Programming 1 & 2

Digital media-editing sound

Humanities

(Geography/History)

Comparing Ancient Egypt to the UK

Anglo Saxons - UK map work

The water cycle

Compare local area and India

Weather and climate

How the use of electricity has changed overtime

How musical instruments changed over time

RE

Beliefs and Practises – Hinduism

Beliefs and Practises – Buddhism

Initiation Practises

 

Initiation Practises

 

Signs and Symbols

 

Spirituality through art

 

Art/DT

Art-line, shape & form sketching

Colour - colour wheel

DT - textiles

DT-Food- design a food product-chaat

Art - pattern-sewing

DT - materials

Art- form - paper mace

DT - mechanical-electrical components

DT- electrical-something controlled by switches

Making instruments from different materials 

PE

Tag Rugby

Swimming

Hockey

Swimming

Gymnastics

Swimming

Tennis

Swimming

Cricket

Swimming

Dance

Swimming

PHSE Health & Well-being (please see individual class overviews) Living in the wider world (please see individual class overviews) Relationships (please see individual class overviews)

MFL

French

Music

Theme title

(music)

Mamma Mia

(ABBA)

Five Gold Rings (Christmas)

Glockenspiel (Stage 3 Learning basic instrumental skills by playing tunes in varying styles)

Benjamin Britten - Cuckoo! Benjamin Britten (Western Classical music), Folk, Big Band Jazz)

Lean On Me

(Gospel)

Reflect, Rewind and Replay

(Western Classical Music and your choice from Year 4)

Visits/ Enrichment

Egyptian Workshop Cairo Comes to School

Anglo Saxon museum or Place of worship - Bhuddhist Temple

Airport Day-zoo for all the different animals in India

Workshop-state of matter

Workshop on electricity

Workshop - Sound

 

YEAR 5

Autumn 1

Autumn 2

Spring 1

Spring 2

Summer 1

Summer 2

Key Theme/Topic

The Vikings

Changing Materials

Australia

Space

Ancient Greece

Forces

Enquiry Question

How has life changed since Viking times?

Is it possible to get materials back to their original state?

What is a life cycle?

How do plants and animals reproduce?

Is there anything out there?

What influence did Ancient Greek astronomers have on the Western World?

What forces impact upon our lives and how do they act?

English – Key Writing Genres/Key Text

(not taught in order)

Unit 1: Novels & Stories by Significant Children's Authors- Butterfly Lion, Cosmic

Unit 2: Traditional Stories, Myths, and Legends - Wolf Brother

Unit 3: Stories from Other Cultures - Percy Jackson and the Lightening Thief, Grim and Gruesome series.

Unit 4: Older Literature - Macbeth

Unit 5: Film Narrative - Percy Jackson and the Lightening Thief

Unit 6: Dramatic Conventions - Grim and Gruesome series

Unit 7: Instructions

Unit 8: Recount

Unit 9: Persuasive Writing

Unit 10: Poetic Style - Wolf Brother

Unit 11: Classic Narrative Poetry- The Highwayman

Unit 12: Choral and Performance Poetry - The Highwayman

English Coverage

-Spoken Language

-Reading (word reading & comprehension)

-Writing (transcription, handwriting, composition)

-Vocabulary, grammar and punctuation                                                                       

Maths

Number and Measurement: 

-Numbers and the number system

-Counting and Comparing

- Calculating addition and subtraction

-Visualising and constructing 3D shapes

Worded SATs type of questions

Number challenges from NRich

Number and Measurement:

-calculating muliplication and division

-Investigating properties of shapes

-Investigating patterns

-Exploring time. 

Worded SATs type of questions

Number challenges from NRich

Number and Measurement:

-Exploring fractions, decimals and percentages

-Measuring space: metric and imperial units

-Investigating angles within shapes.

Worded SATs type of questions

Number challenges from NRich

Number and Measurement: 

-Investigating angles

-Calculating fractions, decimals and percentages

-Calculating space: perimeter and area

Worded SATs type of questions

Number challenges from NRich

Number:

-Checking, approximating and estimating

-Mathematical movement:

maps and coordinates

-presentation of data

-Map coordinates

Worded SATs type of questions

Number challenges from NRich

Measurement:

-Fractions

-Data

-Word Problems

-Time

-Reinforcing and closing gaps within learning

Number challenges from NRich

 

Science

Animals including humans

Properties and changes of materials

Living things and their habitat

Earth and Space

Forces

Forces

Computing

Search Engines

E-Safety

Programming

E-Safety

Searching and communication

E-Safety

 

Communication & Collaboration

E-Safety

Digital media

E-Safety

Data

E-Safety

Humanities

(Geography/History)

UK cities and countries – Location knowledge

The Vikings

 

Place knowledge of Australia

 

Ancient Greece

Greece- Location knowledge

Geographical skills and fieldwork

RE

Special Leaders

Special Leaders

Religious Buildings

Seeds of unity

Beliefs and Practice: Islam

Beliefs regarding death

Art/DT

Art-line, shape & form- sketching

Using clay – sculpture

Art-pattern- sewing

DT-Materials – making mittens

Art-colour-using paint

Study of architecture and an artist

DT-Food-to make a dish

Making a model of the solar system

Art-form- Soap sculptures 

Create a labyrinth

DT- electrical - Making a product using levers/ cams

PE

Tag Rugby

Dance

Hockey

FUNS

Football

Gymnastics

Tennis

Dance

Cricket

Gymnastics

Athletics

PHSE Health & Well-being (please see individual class overviews) Living in the wider world (please see individual class overviews) Relationships (please see individual class overviews)

MFL

French

Music

Theme title

(music)

Don't Stop Believin'

(Rock)

Five Gold Rings

(Christmas)

Classroom Jazz 1

(Jazz)

Benjamin Britten (Western Classical music, Blues, Tr. Jazz)

Stop!

(Grime, Classical, Bhangra, Tango, Latin Fusion)

Reflect, Rewind and Replay (

Western Classical music and your choice from Year 5)

Visits/ Enrichment

History Man workshop

 

Airport Day; Natural History Museum- Habitats and life cycles

 

 

Mini Olympics

Chessington forces workshop

 

YEAR 6

Autumn 1

 

Autumn 2

Spring 1

Spring 2

Summer 1

Summer 2

Key Theme/Topic

The Maya

The human body

International Topic - Jamaica

Light and Electricity

 The Victorians

 Evolution and Inheritance

Enquiry Question

Who were the Mayans?

How does the human body work?

What is it like to live in Jamaica?

How does light help us to see and how does electricity travel?

What were the key achievements of the Victorians?

Where did human beings come from?

English – Key Writing Genres/Key Text

(not taught in order)

Unit 1: Fiction Genres - Journey to Jo’burg.

Unit 2: Extending Narrative - Street Child

Unit 3: Authors and Texts-Kensuke’s Kingdom

 Unit 4: Short Stories with Flashbacks -Carrie’s War

Unit 5: Biography & Autobiography

Unit 6: Journalistic Writing

Unit 7: Argument

English Coverage

-Spoken Language

-Reading (word reading & comprehension)

-Writing (transcription, handwriting, composition)

-Vocabulary, grammar and punctuation                                                                       

Maths

Number

-place value

-addition & subtraction

-multiplication & division

-fractions

Measurement

Geometry

-properties of shape

-position & direction

Statistics

Algebra

Ratio

 

Number

-place value

-addition & subtraction

-multiplication & division

-fractions

Measurement

Geometry

-properties of shape

-position & direction

Statistics

Algebra

Ratio

Number

-place value

-addition & subtraction

-multiplication & division

-fractions

Measurement

Geometry

-properties of shape

-position & direction

Statistics

Algebra

Ratio

 

Number

-place value

-addition & subtraction

-multiplication & division

-fractions

Measurement

Geometry

-properties of shape

-position & direction

Statistics

Algebra

Ratio

 

Number

-place value

-addition & subtraction

-multiplication & division

-fractions

Measurement

Geometry

-properties of shape

-position & direction

Statistics

Algebra

Ratio

 

Number

-place value

-addition & subtraction

-multiplication & division

-fractions

Measurement

Geometry

-properties of shape

-position & direction

Statistics

Algebra

Ratio

 

Science

Animals including humans

Animals including humans

Light

Electricity

Living things and their habitats

 Evolution & inheritance  

Computing

Programming 1

Data Handling

Research 

Multimedia

 Mathspace

Online Safety

Programming 2 - Scratch 

Video Editing

Humanities

(Geography/History)

The Mayan Civilisation

South American landscape

The history of medicine linked to our Science topic  

World Geography-location of Jamaica

 

 

 The Victorians-How has our local area changed since the Victorian times?

 How does the environment evolve as human life evolves?

RE

Pilgrimages

Pilgrimages

 Rules for living

 Rules for living

 Sikhism

 Moral dilemmas

Art/DT

Making Maya Food

 Sketching diagrams of the human body

 Sketching food

 Shadows and making models of the human eye (clay/sculpture)

Silhouettes

 Artist-Darwin

PE

Fundamental movement skills - Rugby

Invasion Games - Hockey

Dance 

Football

Gymnastics

Tennis

Striking & Fielding

Cricket

Athletics

PHSE Health & Well-being (please see individual class overviews) Living in the wider world (please see individual class overviews) Relationships (please see individual class overviews)

MFL

French/ Spanish 

Music

Theme title

(music)

Livin' on a Prayer

(Rock)

Benjamin Britten - New Year Carol Benjamin Britten (Western Classical music), Gospel, Bhangra)

Classroom Jazz 2

(Jazz, Latin, Blues)

Fresh Prince of Bel Air

(Hip Hop)

Make you feel my love

(Pop Ballads)

Reflect, Rewind and Replay (Western Classical music and your choice from Year 6)

Year 6 Production

Visits/ Enrichment

British Museum

The Natural History Museum

Airport Day

 Science museum

 Victoria and Albert Museum

Thorpe Park

Wetlands

 

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