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The Curriculum in the Early Years Foundation Stage

The Curriculum has been developed using the non-statutory guidance materials, Development Matters in the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS). The curriculum is planned around 6 half-termly topics and the UNICEF Rights Respecting School agenda.

The topics covered are as follows:

Ourselves,

Colour, light and festivals, Food,

People who help us, Animal stories

Fairy tales and superheroes.

Parents are informed termly about the content of the curriculum for that term.

The planned curriculum is developed through the needs and interests of the children in line with the overarching principles of the Statutory Framework of the EYFS seen below.

 

Framework and guidance can be found at www.foundationyears.org.uk.

Overarching principles

Four guiding principles should shape practice in Early Years settings.

 

These are:

 

  • Every child is a unique child, who is constantly learning and can be resilient, capable, confident and self- assured;
  • Children learn to be strong and independent through positive relationships;

Children learn and develop well in enabling environments, in which their experiences respond to their individual needs and there is a strong partnership between practitioners and parents and/or carers; and

  • Children develop and learn in different ways and at different rates. The framework covers the education and care of all children in Early Years provision, including children with special educational needs and disabilities.
 

Year 1

1 Autumn

2 Autumn

1 Spring

2 Spring

1 Summer

2 Summer

 

Literacy

 

Fiction Unit 1 Stories with familiar settings

Poetry Unit 1 Using the senses Science link – senses topic

Fiction Unit 2 Stories from a range of cultures/Predictable patterns

Non-fiction Unit 1 Labels, lists and captions for a nativity table/xmas party captions for

trip to Christchurch Nativity Experience

 

 

Fiction Unit 3 Traditional and fairy tales (Changing fairy tales for 2014) Non-fiction Unit 4 Information texts

 

 

 

Fiction Unit 4 Stories about Fantasy Worlds Poetry Unit 3 Poems on a theme

Non-fiction Unit 3 Recount, dictionary

 

Non-fiction Unit 5 Recount (fact and fiction)

Science link – growing a plant from a seed

 

 

 

Additional unit RSPCA Educational website

The Story of Jake and Bones

Maths

 

 

 

Number & Place Value

Mental addition Geometry properties of shape Addition/Subtraction

 

 

Number & Place Value   Addition/Subtraction & money

Number order Measurement Shape/Data Counting

 

Number & Place Value   Addition/subtraction

-doubles Multiplication & division Measures-time Double Halves/fractions Sequences/Data Sequencing/place Value

 

Number & Place Value   Addition/subtraction beyond 10 Multiplication & div groups/shares Geometry- shape, position, properties of shapes & direction Measurement-time

 

Number & Place Value   Addition/subtraction to 20

Fractions Multiplication & division Measurement- measuring Geometry position/direction

Number & Place Value   Addition/subtraction to 20

Fractions Multiplication & division Measurement-Time standard units Geometry – properties of shapes

2D & 3D shape recognition

Science/ Our Changing World

 

Seasonal Changes Animals

Carnivores/Omnivor es/

Herbivores

 

Identify & name materials

 

Properties of materials

Identifying & naming green plants

Structure of common flowering plants

Art/DT

 

1a Self Portrait

1C Food

(Eat Fruit and Veg)

1b Investigating Materials

1A Mechanisms (Moving pictures)

 

1c What is sculpture

 

1B Playgrounds

ICT/

Computing

1.4 We are Personal Trainers

(graphs)

We are Celebrating (Electronic cards)

1.3 We are storytellers

(Talking books)

1.2 We are treasure Hunters

(Moving around

1.5 We are TV chefs

(Filming a recipe)

1.6 We are gardeners

(Simulating plant

 

 

 

 

 

maps)

 

growth)

History

 

How are our toys different from those in the past (Trip)

 

 

Gladys Aylward

Compare aspects of life in different periods Neil Armstrong/Christop her Columbus

 

Events beyond living memory: the Great Fire of London

 

Geography

 

Seasonal & daily weather patterns in the UK and hot and cold places round the world

 

Name locate and identify characteristics of the 4 countries of the UK

 

Use fieldwork to study the geography of our school and its grounds including

mapping

PE

Games Gym

Games Dance

Games Dance

Games Gym

Games - receiving Gym

Games - sports day prep

Dance

Music

 

Sounds interesting Exploring sounds

 

The long and the short of it: Exploring duration

Feel the pulse Exploring pulse and rhythm

 

Taking off Exploring pitch

What’s the score Exploring

instruments and symbols

Rain, rain go away Exploring timbre,

tempo and dynamics

RE

Christian Harvest Festival

Christmas

Nativity/Church TRIP

Growing up in a Muslim Family

Holi & stories of Krishna

Faith through Art Pupil questionnaire

Growing up in a Jewish family

PSHE

UNICEF Rights & respecting classroom induction

 

SEAL Getting on & Falling out

SEAL Going for Goals Global

SEAL Good to be me

 

SEAL Relationships

 

SEAL New

Beginnings

 

Year 2

Autumn 1

Autumn 2

Spring 1

Spring 2

Summer 1

Summer 2

Literacy

 

 

 

 

Read ‘ George’s Marvelous

Medicine’ as class story this term.

 

Stories with a familiar setting (On the Way Home)

 

Poetry- Patterns on the page (Rainbow, etc)

 

 

Instructions (Making playdough; own potion link to

George’s Marvelous Medicine)

 

 

 

Fairy stories (Aladdin, etc)

 

Stories with familiar settings (Lucy’s Quarrel; Dogger)

 

Instructions (making an animation)

 

Traditional Stories (The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe – descriptive and link to WW2)

 

Poetry – using alliteration, winter poem

Guided reading from this term should included comprehension practice using SATs papers)

 

 

Traditional stories (Jack and the Beanstalk; Three Little Pigs; the Real LRRH)

 

 

Silent Book (Literacy Shed – watching silent film and writing a story to match – description, own voice as author)

 

Non fiction/ fiction and dictionary skills

 

Poetry – seaside using senses

 

 

 

 

Different stories by the same author (Alfie, Concrete Lorry)

 

Dragon booklet – link to contemporary authors, creating a non-fiction book

 

Florence Nightingale – diary entry, etc

 

 

Journalism (linked to computing)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SATs prep Poetry silly stuff

Information text – non chronological report

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Stories inspired by significant authors (Happy Families)

 

Alphabetical Order and dictionary skills

 

Amazing Grace

Maths

 

Number and Place Value, Addition, Subtraction, Fractions, Measurement, Properties of

 

Number and Place Value, Addition, Subtraction, Fractions, Measurement, Properties of

Number and Place Value, Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, Division, Fractions, Measurement,

Properties of Shapes, Position

Number and Place Value, Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, Division, Fractions, Measurement,

Properties of Shapes, Position

 

Number and Place Value, Addition, Subtraction, Fractions, Measurement, Properties of

 

Number and Place Value, Addition, Subtraction, Fractions, Measurement, Properties of

 

 

Shapes, Position and Direction, Statistics.

Shapes, Position and Direction, Statistics

and Direction, Statistics.

and Direction, Statistics.

Shapes, Position and Direction, Statistics

Shapes, Position and Direction, Statistics

Science Our Changing World

Changing world – first 2 weeks (include season names and order)

 

Animals, including humans – life cycle and basic needs.

Changing world – first week

 

Animals, including humans – life cycle and basic needs.

 

Living things and their habitats

 

Changing world – first week

 

Everyday materials

 

Science Museum visiting us?

 

 

Changing world – first week

 

Everyday materials

 

 

Changing world – first week

 

Plants

 

Changing world – first week

 

Plants

 

SRE (link to PSHE)

 

Art/D&T

Art: Picture this

DT:

Puppets

Art: Mother nature

Designer

DT:

Vehicles

Art:

Can buildings speak?

DT:

Winding up

ICT/

Computing

Rising Stars Unit

2.2 We are painters (illustrating an e-

book)

Rising Stars Unit

2.4 Animating stories (fairy tales)

Rising Stars Unit

2.1 Communicating clues

Rising Stars Unit

2.3 We are journalists – newsletter

Rising Stars Unit

2.5 Programming on screen

Rising Stars Unit

2.6 We are zoologists Bug hunt

data

History

 

N/A

Remembrance & WW2

 

N/A

Florence Nightingale & Edith Cavell

 

N/A

 

Change – schools

RE

 

Diwali

 

Hanukkah

 

Ramadan Eid al Fitr

 

Easter

Wesak

+ survey

Growing up in a Christian family

*Church visit

Geography

Continents & Oceans

N/A

Contrasting locality

– Kenya

N/A

Field work: local study

N/A

PE

 

Games: Dribbling

 

 

Gym: Balance

Games: Throwing and catching

 

Dance: Communicate different moods, feelings & ideas

Dance (small hall time): Using dynamics to develop the dance

 

Gym: Parts high and low

 

Games: Sending skills

 

 

Gym: Jumping and landing

Games: Hitting and Striking

 

 

Dance: Learning and performing

different styles of cultural dance.

 

Games: Running, jumping and hopping

 

Gym: Spinning and turning

Music

 

Exploring duration

Exploring pulse and rhythm

 

Exploring pitch

Exploring instruments and

symbols

Exploring timbre, tempo and

dynamics

 

Exploring sounds

 

RE

 

Divali

 

Hanukkah

 

Ramadan Eid al Fitr

 

Easter

School unit

+ survey

Growing up in a Christian family

*Church visit

PSHE

New beginnings

+ Unicef Rights Respecting Classroom

Drugs education and Alzheimer’s Awareness

Say no to bullying

 

Going for goals

+ Unicef RR Global

 

Good to be me

 

Relationships

Changes

and SRE (linked to science)

 

Year 3

1 Autumn

2 Autumn

1 Spring

2 Spring

1 Summer

2 Summer

Literacy

 

Fiction Unit 1 Stories with familiar settings (3 weeks)

Poetry Unit 1 Poems to perform

-Surrounded by Noise by Ian Souter

-There’s Only One of Me

-The School Kids Rap by John Foster

 

 

 

Non-Fiction Unit 1 Reports /Science link –

Tteeth and eating History / Stone Age Shape poetry Calligrams

Fiction Unit 2 Myths and legends

-Theseus and the Minotaur

-King Arthur

-Jason and the Voyage to the Edge of the World

Non-fiction: Unit 3 Information texts Link To Geography or History – Volcanoes and Earthquakes Horrible Histories

 

 

 

 

 

Fiction Unit 3 Adventure and mystery /The Ghost Trail

 

 

 

Fiction Unit 4 Authors and Letters ICT links – emailing

 

Fiction Unit 5 Dialogue and Plays

 

 

 

Non-fiction Unit 2 Instructions Instructions related to Forty Hall trip Science – Helping plants grow

Poetry – Unit 3 Language play

Maths

Reading, writing and ordering two- and three-digit numbers Counting and estimating

Number facts to 20 and to 100 Addition and Subtraction of

1 and 2-digit numbers Multiplication and division facts Measuring using mm, cm and metres Recognising, describing and making 2D and 3D

shapes Assess and review

Counting and estimating/Addition and subtraction of 2- and 3-digit numbers, using a number line& columns/Multiplicati on and division: doubling, halving and TU × U/Fractions: comparing & ordering unit fractions of shapes and numbers

Read and write time to 5 minute intervals

Read, present & interpret pictograms tables Assess

/review

Number, place value and rounding Use partitioning to add and subtract two-digit numbers Multiplication and division: multiplying one- digit numbers by multiples of 10 Multiplication and division: practical and informal written methods Measures: adding and subtracting money Recognising and drawing right angles in 2D shapes

Assess and review

Addition and subtraction of two- digit numbers using columns Multiplication and division: multiplying by multiples of 10, and dividing with remainders Multiplication and division: multiplying and dividing larger numbers Measuring using grams and kilograms Fractions: representing, comparing and ordering unit and

non-unit fractions of shapes and

Read, write and order and round two- and three- digit numbers Multiplication and division problems Addition and subtraction

of three-digit numbers and 1s, 10s and 100s Addition and subtraction of two- and three-digit numbers using columns

Shape: identifying horizontal, vertical, and curved lines Measuring using

millilitres and litres Assess and review

Addition and subtraction of two- and three-digit numbers using and columns Multiplication and division problems: written methods Short multiplication and division Fractions: equivalence, addition and subtraction within 1, finding tenths Read and write time using 12 and 24 hour

Construct and interpret bar charts using scales

Assess and review

 

 

 

 

 

numbers Read and interpret bar charts, using

scales Assess and review

 

 

Science Our Changing World

 

How does your garden grow?

 

 

Rocks & Soils

 

Characteristics of Materials

Can you see me?

 

 

The power of forces

 

 

Amazing bodies

 

How does your garden grow?

Art/DT

Portraying relationships

Healthy Sandwich Snacks

Can we change places? (sculptures)

 

Packaging

Investigating patterns (Gustav Klimt)

Making a Picture Frame

ICT/Compu

ting

We are

Researchers

We are Comic

Writers

We are Animators

We are Opinion

Pollers

We are

Communicators

We are presenters

History

Stone age to Iron

age

 

History of written

communication

 

Local history study

Forty Hall

 

Geography

 

Earthquakes and volcanoes

 

Contrasting locality: rural England and rural Spain

 

Locate countries of Europe

PE

 

Net/Wall Games Dance

Net/Wall Games Gym: Stretching and Curling

Invasion Games Gym: Travelling - direction

 

Invasion Games Dance

Athletics Striking and Fielding -

 

Athletics Sports Day Practice

Music

Exlporing descriptive sounds

Exlporing rhythmic sounds

Exlporing arrangements

Exlporing pentatonic scales

Exlporing sound colours

Exlporing singing games

RE

Hinduism and Sikhism: Diwali

Christianity: The Bible & Stories of

Jesus

Islam: Living as a Muslim

Judaism: The Torah Stories of

Jewish People

School designed unit: Who is God?

School designed unit:

R.E through Art

PSHE

New Beginnings: Relationships/Induc tion

Getting on and Falling out

 

Going for Goals Global

 

Good to be me

 

Say no to bullying

Change

 

Year 4

1 Autumn

2 Autumn

1 Spring

2 Spring

1 Summer

2 Summer

Literacy

 

 

 

 

La Mariposa (4 weeks) British

Values+UNICEF, letters, diary entry, playscripts

 

Poetry (2 weeks) Subordinate clause poetry, Haikus, Cinquain

Iron Man (4 weeks) Creative writing (scene setting, descriptive writing), newspaper reports

 

Non-fiction Explanation Text (1 week)

Links to history (mummies)

 

Culture project (1 week)  Researching, note- taking, assimilating, reporting, oral presentation

 

Poetry (1 week) Creative imagery Benjamin Zephaniah

 

 

 

 

The Green Ship (4 weeks)

Stories set in imaginary worlds Plot, character development, playscripting

 

Poetry (1 week) Exploring form, creative imagery ctd.

Snowflakes

 

 

Non-fiction (3/4 weeks) Persuasive writing and speech

(real world letter writing, debate, negotiation)

 

Non-fiction (3 weeks) Information Texts

Creating information booklets

Links to geography, RE, local area

 

 

 

 

Secret Friends (4/5 weeks)

Stories which raise issues + applicaton to writing forms.

 

Poetry (1/2 weeks) Raps, Riddles and Concrete Contempory song lyrics (eg., Bob Dylan, links to music)

The Colour of Home (3 weeks) Stories from other cultures, British Values, Somalia + application to writing forms

 

Drama focus (eg., Let’s Go To London) (2 weeks) (outdoor amphitheatre perfomances)

 

Poetry (2 weeks) Limericks Collaborative (links to music)

Maths

Unit 1

Week 1: Number and

place value Week 2: Addition and

subtraction Week 3: Properties

of shape Unit 2

Week 1: Multiplication

Unit 3

Week 1: Addition and

subtraction Week 2: Decimals

Week 3: Measurement (mass)

Unit 4

Week 1: Multiplication and division Week 2:

Unit 5

Week 1: Number and

place value Week 2: Addition and

subtraction Week 3: Properties

of shape Unit 6

Week 1: Multiplication

Unit 7

Week 1: Addition and

subtraction Week 2: Addition and

subtraction Week 3: Statistics

Unit 8

Week 1: Multiplication and division

Week 2: Decimals

Unit 9

Week 1: Number and

place value Week 2: Addition and

subtraction, including Measurement (money)

Week 3: Properties of

shape

Unit 11

Week 1: Addition and

subtraction, including Measurement (money)

Week 2: Decimals

Week 3: Position and

direction Unit 12

Week 1:

 

 

and division, including

Number and place Week 2: Fractions

Week 3: Position and

direction

Multiplication and division Week 3: Measurement (time)

and division, including

Number and place Week 2: Fractions

Week 3: Measurement (length)

Week 3: Measurement (perimeter and area)

Unit 10

Week 1:

Multiplication

& division Week 2: Fractions Week 3: Measurement (volume capacity)

Multiplication and division Week 2: Multiplication and division

Week 3: Statistics

Science

4A Moving and growing

Our changing world/in a state

Our changing world/Good Vibrations/sound

Switched on Electricity

Our changing world/Where does all that food go?

 

Human impact

Art/DT

4B Control mechanisms (pop up )

 

Pop up completion World Viewpoints

 

Chairs/Structures

 

Painting journeys

 

Textiles (Money containers)

Money container completion Needlework: Bookmark

ICT/

Computing

4.5 We are artists Fusing geometry

with art 4

4.1 We are co- authors

Producing a wiki

4.4 We are historians Databases

4.6 We are travel presenters

Trip slideshow

4.3 We are musicians

Producing digital music

4.2 We are meteorologists Presenting the

weather

History

Ancient Civilisations-

Egyptians

 

 

Roman Empire

 

Significant turning point: Windrush

and migration

 

Geography

 

 

 

Rivers

 

Locate North & South America including latitude & zones e.g. the

tropics. Fieldwork (River Lea)

 

 

Contrasting Locations – Tampa Bay

PE

Indoor gymnastics: Balance

Outdoor: Net/wall games, Directing the Ball

 

 

Indoor dance: Storytelling Outdoor games: Control & receiving

Indoor gymnastics: Receiving body weight

Outdoor games: Keeping Possession of the Ball

Indoor dance: Exploring movement to represent a character Outdoor games: Marking and

tackling

Athletics: developing good running, throwing and jumping techniques Outdoor: Fielding as a team

 

 

Athletics: consolidation and preparation for sports day

Music

Ancient Egyptian

Environment

Sounds

Poetry

Enfield Sings

Enfield Sings

 

 

civilisations Around the World

Recycling

In the past

Communication

 

 

RE

Sukkot/ Judaism/Synagogu e trip

The Qur’an / prophet Mohammed

 

The Hindu home

The church- a Christian community

 

Guru Nanak

School Unit Faith through Art

PHSE

New beginnings Unicef Rights Respecting

Classroom

Getting on and falling out/Anti Bullying

 

Going for goals

+ Unicef RR Global

 

Good to be me

 

Say no to bullying

 

Unit 5 Diverse world SEALS

 

Year 5

1 Autumn

2 Autumn

1 Spring

2 Spring

1 Summer

2 Summer

Literacy

 

 

Using paragraphs to organise text. Basic punctuation.

Fiction::Unit 2: myths & legends (report writing - news

Formal letters./Persuasive writing/Formal letters

Poetry: Unit 1: Poetic style– word play; concrete; figurative language; atmosphere.

Fiction :Unit 1: Novels & stories by significant authors Fiction Unit 4 Swanley –own story

Fiction – Unit 1 – stories by significant authors / scary writing.

 

Fiction: Unit 3: Stories from other cultures Traditional stories, fables,

Poetry :Unit 3 – Choral & Performance poetry– Michael Rosen; Benjamin Zephaniah

Non-fiction: Unit 3 : Persuasive writing/; posters

Fiction: Unit 6

Dramatic Conventions/Playsc ripts

Non-fiction: Unit 2: Reports/ Explanations/Link to science – water cycle; hygiene.

Non-fiction: Unit 1 Instructions to make things, games, directions.

Revision: persuasive text;

 

 

.Fiction : Unit 1 (revisited) – Descriptions Stories by significant authors (The Dancing Bear

)(Michael Morpurgo)Non- fiction: Summer KS2 revision

 

 

 

 

Unit 5: Film Narrative ‘The Piano’

Unit 2 Poetry – Unit 2 :Classic/ narrative poems

Maths

Unit 1

Week 1: Number and

place value Week 2: Addition and

subtraction Week 3: Properties

of shape Unit 2

Week 1: Multiplication and division, including

Number and place Week 2: Fractions

Week 3: Position and

direction

 

Unit 3

Week 1: Addition and

subtraction Week 2: Decimals

Week 3: Measurement (mass)

Unit 4

Week 1: Multiplication and division Week 2: Multiplication and division Week 3: Measurement (time)

Unit 5

Week 1: Number and

place value Week 2: Addition and

subtraction Week 3: Properties

of shape Unit 6

Week 1: Multiplication and division, including

Number and place Week 2: Fractions

Week 3: Measurement (length)

 

Unit 7

Week 1: Addition and

subtraction Week 2: Addition and

subtraction Week 3: Statistics

Unit 8

Week 1: Multiplication and division

Week 2: Decimals

Week 3: Measurement (perimeter and area)

Unit 9

Week 1: Number and

place value Week 2: Addition and

subtraction, including Measurement (money)

Week 3: Properties of

shape Unit 10

Week 1: Multiplication and division

Week 2: Fractions

Week 3: Measurement volume capacity

 

Unit 11

Week 1: Addition and

subtraction, including Measurement (money)

Week 2: Decimals

Week 3: Position and

direction Unit 12

Week 1: Multiplication and division Week 2: Multiplication and division

Week 3: Statistics

 

Science/ Our

Changing World

 

Circle of life (animals)

 

Materials (get sorted)

 

Marvellous mixtures

 

Materials all change

 

Forces

Earth & space Human reproduction

Art/DT

ART 5b

Containers/Pottery

DT 5B Food (bread)

ART 5a Objects and meanings

 

DT 5c Moving toys

ART 5c Talking textiles

DT 5A Structures

(Musical instruments)

ICT/

Computing

5.3 We are bloggers

Media reviews (link to Lit)

 

 

Coding Academy

5.5 We are statistician/Analysin g Data +CLC trip -

Robotics

 

Code Academy

5.6 – We are traders - Scratch

Code Academy

5.4 We are advertisers

Creating an advert

Code Academy

5.2 We are Architects/virtual

space/Greek Temples

History

 

Ancient Greece: achievements and their influence on the western world./Trench Brothers

 

 

Legacy of ancient Greeks

 

 

Significant turning point: railways Trip London Transport museum

(not 2014) Britain’s settlement by

Anglo-Saxons and Scots

 

Geography

 

 

 

Physical geography: mountains

 

Locate cities and geographical regions of the UK

 

Contrasting locality: Scottish woodlands and North Europe forests Fieldwork: Grovelands

PE

Invasion games Swimming

Invasion games Swimming

Invasion games Swimming

Invasion games gym

Striking/fielding dance

Athletics gym

Music

Performing together

 

Songwriter

Cyclic patterns Exploring

 

Journey into Space

Who   knows?/Exploring music

Rhyhm Samba

/rounds

RE

 

The Buddha and his teaching

The Sikh community & the

Gurdwara VISIT Gurdwara

Muslim community and the mosque VISIT Mosque

 

Exploring Christian values today

 

Pesach

RE THROUGH

ART /Pupils’ Voice/Mandalas/Ho spice

PSHE

New beginnings

+ Unicef Rights Respecting

Getting on and falling out/Anti Bullying

Going for goals

+ Unicef RR Global

 

Good to be me

 

Say no to bullying

Changes/Sex Ed & Video

 

Year 6

1 Autumn

2 Autumn

1 Spring

2 Spring /School Journey

1 Summer End KS2 tests

2 Summer

Literacy

Fiction Unit 1 Fiction genres (2weeks) Ghost story

Non-fiction Unit 1 Biography (FF plans) and autobiography

(2 weeks)

Fiction Unit 3 Authors and texts Shakespeare (2 weeks Assessment week (1 week)

 

 

Non-fiction Unit 2 Journalistic writing Non-fiction (2 weeks) – Radio Fiction Unit 3 Authors and texts Shakespeare (2 weeks

Poetry The Power of

Imagery (2 weeks) Rime of the Ancient Mariner

 

 

Non-fiction Unit 3 Argument, including letter writing (3 weeks)

 

Revision Unit 2 Reading and writing non-fiction (3 weeks) & assessment Cheetahs Football trainer

 

 

 

Fiction Unit 2 Extending narrative Long Walk (2 weeks)

Non-fiction Unit 4 Formal/Impersonal writing (1 week)

Assessment – 1 week

Reading poetry Unit 3

 

 

2 weeks revision (all units) Journalistic Persuasive Instructions

Non-fiction Unit 4 Formal/impersonal writing

SATS revision and moderation Revision Unit 1Reading and writing narrative (3 weeks)

 

 

Poetry Unit 2 Finding a voice (1 week)

Transition Units Kensuke’s Kingdom – Michael Morpurgo

Reading for production

Maths

 

 

 

Number and Place Value, Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication and Division, Fractions, Decimals and Percentages, Ratio and Proportion, Algebra, Measurement

 

 

Number and Place Value, Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication and Division, Fractions, Decimals and Percentages, Ratio and Proportion, Algebra, Measurement Position and Direction, Statistics.

Number and Place Value, Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication and Division, Fractions, Decimals and Percentages, Ratio and Proportion, Algebra, Measurement, Properties of Shapes,

Position and Direction,

 

Number and Place Value, Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication and Division, Fractions, Decimals and Percentages, Ratio and Proportion, Algebra, Measurement, Properties of Shapes, Position and Direction, Statistics.

Number and Place Value, Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication and Division, Fractions, Decimals and Percentages, Ratio and Proportion, Algebra, Measurement, Properties of Shapes, Position

and Direction, Statistics.

 

Number and Place Value, Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication and Division, Fractions, Decimals and Percentages, Ratio and Proportion, Algebra, Measurement, Properties of Shapes, Position and Direction, Statistics.

 

 

 

 

Statistics.

 

 

 

Science Our Changing World

 

Nature Library

 

Body Pump and Body Health

Body Health continued Everything Changes

Everything Changes Danger! Low voltage

 

Danger! Low voltage

 

Light up your world

Art/DT

 

 

6c A sense of place

 

6B

Structures/textiles/ Slippers

 

 

6a People in action

 

 

Food technology

 

6A Structures (Shelters/Architect project)

 

6b Cubism & Y6 production

Computing

6.4 We are environmentalists-

Modelling climate change

 

6.3 We are Game Developers-

Creating an adventure game

 

6.2 We are fundraisiers

 

6.5 – We are web developers

 

6.1 We are explorers

6.6 We are publishers

Creating a year book

History

 

Vikings

 

 

Mayans

 

Comparing London with Overseas

20th Century Britain

Geography

 

Biomes

 

Location Georgraphy

 

 

PE

Gymnastics – Counter Balance, Counter Tension Dance – Strictly

come dancing

Gymnastics – Counter Balance, Counter Tension Dance – Strictly

come dancing

Gymnastics – Matching and mirroring

Gymnastics – Matching and mirroring

 

Invasion Games – Striking and fielding.

Invasion Games – Tactics, teamwork and formation.

Athletics.

Music

Samba drumming

Samba drumming

World Unite

Journeys

Growth

Moving on/Production

RE

Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur Shabbat

Buddhist Community

 

Hajj and ID-ul-Adha

 

Lent and Easter

RE THROUGH ART

Hindu and community and Mandir

PSHE &

Citizenship

New beginnings

+ Unicef Rights Respecting

 

Drugs education and Anti Bullying

 

Going for goals

+ Unicef RR Global

 

Good to be me

 

Secondary School Transfer

Changes/Sex Ed & Video

 

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