The Curriculum Map 2018/2019

Nursery
Autumn Spring Summer

Key UNICEF Rights of the Child Articles

Article 2: All children have rights regardless of gender, culture, religion, if they have a disability, or by how much money they have.

Articles 28 and 31: Children have the right to play and learn

 

Article 9: Children have the right to live with someone who cares for them

Article 27: Children have the right to have their basic needs met: Food, Water, Clothing and a safe place to sleep.

 

Article 14: You have the right to choose your own religion and beliefs

Article 15: You have the right to choose your own friends

 

Autumn 1All about me

Owl babies

We’re Going on a Bear hunt

Autumn 2 Celebrations

So Much

Maisy’s party

 

Spring 1 The Jungle

Tanka tanka Skunk,

Walking through the jungle

Handa’s Surprise

Spring 2 Up on the Farm

3 Billy goat gruff

The little red hen

Rosie’s Walk, Driving My Tractor, Farmer Duck – Caroline to confirm

Summer 1 Minibeasts/Growth

Aarrrggghhh said the spider

The Very Hungry Caterpillar

Summer2 Transport/Growth

The train ride

The Naughty Bus

Purposeful and Relevant Outcome:

 

   

British Values Links in PSHE/RE

Democracy/rule of law

Agreeing a class charter and creating a class   community

Individual Liberty/ Rule of law

Anti-bullying week: What makes a good friend? How do resolve disagreements

What is teasing and bullying? How do we prevent It?

RE :Different festivals

Mutual respect and tolerance/ Individual Liberty

Look at different festivals and compare similarities and differences

British Values Links in PSHE/RE

Individual Liberty

How do we learn best? Solving problems to learn well

Recognising achievements and setting goals

RE :Creation stories

Mutual respect and tolerance/ Individual Liberty/Democracy

.Look at different creation stories and compare similarities and differences

.Pupils to discuss creating an atmosphere where all questions are valued

 

British Values Links in PSHE/RE

Individual liberty

Look and discuss our families within the class.

How are we similar /different?

Read books about different families. (Stonewall)

RE :Places of worship

Mutual respect and tolerance/ Individual Liberty/Democracy

Pupils look at 2 places of worship in the local area

Compare similarities and difference

Reception
Autumn Spring Summer

Key UNICEF Rights of the Child Articles

Article 2: All children have rights regardless of gender, culture, religion, if they have a disability, or by how much money they have.

Articles 28 and 31: Children have the right to play and learn

 

Article 9: Children have the right to live with someone who cares for them

Article 27: Children have the right to have their basic needs met: Food, Water, Clothing and a safe place to sleep.

 

Article 14: You have the right to choose your own religion and beliefs

Article 15: You have the right to choose your own friends

 

Into the Woods / Autumn / Marvellous Me

Aut 1:

Book of First Poems

Goldilocks

 

Let’s Cook

Aut 2:

Gruffalo

 

 

DLC: We are TV Chefs

 

Maths: The number system, shape, fractions, geometry – position and direction, calculating + and –

Sci: Animals inc Humans

DT: Healthy Eating (porridge) fruit from the garden pg 32

Geog: Local Area

Hist: Myself & Local Area

Art: Self-Portraits (Paint)    

Linked Lit: Poetry, Recipes & Instructions

PE: Dance (Houses/Toys) and Games

RE Day: Different festivals – whole school – So Much text

PSHE: Autumn 1:

Agreeing a class charter

Families grow and change

How we have grown and changed

Families

Healthy eating ( harvest food for the garden)

Autumn 2 : Animals and humans how we have grown and changed( male/female animals)

PHSE: Anti-bullying Week – Valuing myself and others

 

Under the Sea

Spring 1: Suprising Sharks,, Hooray for Fish

 

Up on the Farm

Spring 2: Three little pigs, The Enormous Turnip, The Little Red Hen

 

 

PD: learning about water safety and growing our confidence in the pool. We will learn to travels with confidence and skill around, under, over and through balancing and climbing equipment. Shows increasing control over an object in pushing, patting, throwing, catching or

Maths: The number system, shape, Money, position and direction, calculating + and -, sharing, doubling and halving- – We will learn to recognise numbers 1-20. We will learn to count to 20 and beyond. We will count with correspondence up to 10 objects (and beyond).   Uses the language of ‘more’ and ‘fewer’ to compare two sets of objects. Says the number that is one more than a given number.

PSE: We will discuss qualities of good friendship How to stay healthy through eating and exercise We will learn to tolerate delay when our needs are not immediately met.   Talk about their own and others’ behaviour, and its consequences, and know that some behaviour is unacceptable.

UTW: We will learn about different material We will learn about animals that live in the sea- specifically sharks. We will learn the lifecycle or a chick. We will share our own experiences with our friends We will observe our local area. To begin to use ICT equipment to develop our learning. We will talk about why things happen and how things work.

Lit: To lean to link our sounds to letters and to learn to segment the sounds and simple words and blend. To show an interest in a range of books. To learn how to retell familiar stories using Pie Corbett. To write for various purposes linked to our topics and their interests.

EAD: To use a range of media in art, learn a range of songs and dances and to begin to use our imagination in our learning through role-play areas. To experiment with different sounds and instruments within the indoor and outdoor provision.

C&L: To listen to a range of stories with increasing recall, taking turns, and speaking in full sentences, using a range of vocabulary.

Growing and Growing (Minibeasts and Growth)

 

Summer 1:

Yucky worms

No Dinner

Revisit I will never eat tomatoes

 

Moving On

Summer 2:

Sudden hill

Stanley’s Stick

 

Maths: Using quantities and objects, they subtract two single-digit numbers and count back to find the answer.

– solve problems, including doubling.

-solve problems including halving.

-solve problems including sharing.

– use everyday language to talk about size to compare (quantities) and to solve problems.

Weight, shape and space, positional language

Capacity, Time, money,

PD: To learn how travels with confidence and skill around, under, over and through balancing and climbing equipment. Shows increasing control over an object in pushing, patting, throwing, catching or we will talk about healthy eating and the effects on our bodies.

LIT: read and understand simple sentences. To use phonic knowledge to decode regular words and read them aloud accurately. To read some common irregular words. To demonstrate understanding when talking with others about what they have read.

They write simple sentences which can be read by themselves and others.

UTW: know about similarities and differences in relation to places, objects, materials and living things. talk about the features of their own immediate environment and how environments might vary from one another. To make observations of animals and plants and explain why some things occur, and talk about changes.

EAD: To use what they have learnt about media and materials in original ways, thinking about uses and purposes. To represent their own ideas, thoughts and feelings through design and technology, art, music, dance, role play and stories.

C&L: To listen attentively in a range of situations. To listen to stories, accurately anticipating key events and respond to what they hear with relevant comments,

They answer ‘how’ and ‘why’ questions about their experiences and in response to stories or events use past, present and future forms accurately when talking about events that have happened or are to happen in the future.

 

 

Purposeful and Relevant Outcome:

The Great Exhibition: Portraits in a gallery (hanging in Rankin’s Gallery 16/11/17)

School you tube channel – or website page?

 

Purposeful and Relevant Outcome:

Visit to the London Aquarium

Produce a leaflet to send to the London Aquarium

Why is it important to protect marine life and the oceans.?

 

Creating a visual display based on related careers (based on learning) in classrooms

 

Purposeful and Relevant Outcome:

·          To plant our own vegetables with two different specialised gardeners (April)

·          To harvest and cook healthy meals from different cultures (parental involvement) for Reception’s graduation. (July).

·          Fact file on worms that we will then give to the farm.

DT/DLC– Healthy Eating (Where does our food come from?)

Field to Fork You Tube videos

Fairtrade: http://schools.fairtrade.org.uk/resource/pablo-the-super-banana/

Sustainable fishing- www.fishandkids.org

History/PHSE: Families-when looking at “myself” (different types of families-LGBT)

Art- Investigating self-portrait styles from other cultures

Literacy- Anansi stories for Black History Month-discussion of oral storytelling in Africa. Use DLC to link-make Anansi story?

PSHE-My Little Book of Big Freedoms-C. Riddell

Transportation-Looking at pollution (Beginning to understand Global warming)

*Investigation and different types of transport around the world (Similar to UK/different)

http://www.cheapflights.com/news/around-the-world-in-80-modes-of-transportation/

Taking care of environment-Local rubbish collection

*Children’s rights at Carlton (link to UN rights of the child-child speak document)

Geography-Seaside     *Investigate impact of coastal erosion

http://www.bbc.co.uk/education/clips/z9xsb9q (YR 1 curriculum not reception).

British Values Links in PSHE/RE

Democracy/rule of law

Agreeing a class charter and creating a class   community

Individual Liberty/ Rule of law

Anti-bullying week: What makes a good friend? How do resolve disagreements

What is teasing and bullying? How do we prevent It?

RE :Different festivals

Mutual respect and tolerance/ Individual Liberty

Look at different festivals and compare similarities and differences

British Values Links in PSHE/RE

Individual Liberty

How do we learn best? Solving problems to learn well

Recognising achievements and setting goals

RE :Creation stories

Mutual respect and tolerance/ Individual Liberty/Democracy

.Look at different creation stories and compare similarities and differences

.Pupils to discuss creating an atmosphere where all questions are valued

 

British Values Links in PSHE/RE

Individual liberty

Look and discuss our families within the class.

How are we similar /different?

Read books about different families. (Stonewall)

RE :Places of worship

Mutual respect and tolerance/ Individual Liberty/Democracy

Pupils look at 2 places of worship in the local area

Compare similarities and difference

Year 1
Autumn Year R/Y1 Spring Year 1 Summer

Key UNICEF Rights of the Child Articles

Article 2: All children have rights regardless of gender, culture, religion, if they have a disability, or by how much money they have.

Articles 28 and 31: Children have the right to play and learn

Article 9: Children have the right to live with someone who cares for them

Article 27: Children have the right to have their basic needs met: Food, Water, Clothing and a safe place to sleep.

 

Article 14: You have the right to choose your own religion and beliefs

Article 15: You have the right to choose your own friends

 

Marvellous Me

Aut 1: The Owl Who Was Afraid Of The Dark- transition                            

Bog Baby

 

Let’s Cook

Aut 2:

The Story Tree – Magic Porridge Pot     Biscuit Bear

DLC: We are TV Chefs

 

Maths: The number system, shape, fractions, geometry – position and direction, calculating + and –

Sci: Animals inc Humans

DT: Healthy Eating (porridge) fruit from the garden pg 32

Geog: Local Area

Hist: Myself & Local Area

Art: Self-Portraits (Paint)    

Linked Lit: Poetry, Recipes & Instructions

PE: Dance (Houses/Toys) and Games

RE Day: Different festivals – whole school – So Much text

PSHE: Autumn 1:

Agreeing a class charter

Families grow and change

How we have grown and changed

Families

Healthy eating ( harvest food for the garden)

Autumn 2 : Animals and humans how we have grown and changed( male/female animals)

PHSE: Anti-bullying Week – Valuing myself and others

Space

Beegu – Letters from Beegu

Beegu                     Lila and the Secret of Rain                   The Leopards Drum

Maths: Place value and the number system, calculating + and -, measure time and money, measure

Sci: Everyday Materials

DLC: We are Storytellers (Lila story final outcome)

DT: Moving Pictures

Food: Carribean red pepper salsa pg 37

Geog: Africa

Hist: Space Flight

Art: Africa (Sculpture)

PE: Gymnastics, Games and Dance-Colours

PSHE Spring 1: Being ready to learn

recognising achievements and setting goals

Money (linked to buying seeds for garden)

Spring2:What makes you feel proud

Being safe with household substances/medicines

 

Travel – Where shall we go?

The Snail and the Whale                           Journeys

Maths: Place value and the number system, calculating + and -, geometry, calculating x and /, fractions

Sci: Plants

DLC: We are Collectors

        We are Treasure Hunters

DT: Vehicles

Food: Salad nicoise – link with plants

Geog: Transport

Hist: Transport

Art: Vehicles (Drawing

PE: Gymnastics, Dance-Weather and Seaside

PSHE: Summer 1:Feelings

People who keep us safe

Personal safety

Summer 2 : Reflecting on our learning

how we have changed

Taking care of our school environment                     Health week

 

Purposeful and Relevant Outcome:

The Great Exhibition: Portraits in a gallery (hanging in Rankin’s Gallery 16/11/17)

School you tube channel – or website page?

 

Purposeful and Relevant Outcome:

Careers Carousel around different jobs in the space industry (Ie: How does someone actually go to space-not just the astronaut)

Talk during visit to Science Museum (around careers associated with space)

Need an Outcome

Global/Real-life Outcome

PHSE: People who keep us safe/personal safety – Lollypop man/woman and police to come in and visit to discuss safety.

Plastic in the oceans –Before the trip to the seaside discus marine life and how it’s affected by plastic waste. How could we ensure we’re not adding to it. Create a leaflet with year 2 to help the parents understand how our decisions affects our oceans.

DT/DLC– Healthy Eating (Where does our food come from?)

Field to Fork You Tube videos

Fairtrade: http://schools.fairtrade.org.uk/resource/pablo-the-super-banana/

Sustainable fishing- www.fishandkids.org

History/PHSE: Families-when looking at “myself” (different types of families-LGBT)

Art- Investigating self-portrait styles from other cultures

Literacy- Anansi stories for Black History Month-discussion of oral storytelling in Africa. Use DLC to link-make Anansi story?

PSHE-My Little Book of Big Freedoms-C. Riddell

Art-African tribal masks (what lessons can be found)

 

Literacy-Linked to Lila and the Secret of Rain. Understanding what drought is-Impact on different societies. How communities collect water.

http://www.un.org/waterforlifedecade/human_right_to_water.shtml

-No water/no world resource   -Anglian water resource

http://www.bbc.co.uk/education/clips/z3j6sbk -clip from Africa

https://teachunicef.org/teaching-materials/topic/water-and-environment -Unit around clean water/proper sanitation

PE: Disability Sport Unit

 

Transportation-Looking at pollution (Beginning to understand Global warming)

*Investigation and different types of transport around the world (Similar to UK/different)

http://www.cheapflights.com/news/around-the-world-in-80-modes-of-transportation/

Taking care of environment-Local rubbish collection

*Children’s rights at Carlton (link to UN rights of the child-child speak document)

Geography-Seaside     *Investigate impact of coastal erosion

http://www.bbc.co.uk/education/clips/z9xsb9q

British Values Links in PSHE/RE

Democracy/rule of law

Agreeing a class charter and creating a class community

Individual Liberty/ Rule of law

Anti-bullying week: What makes a good friend? How do resolve disagreements

What is teasing and bullying? How do we prevent It?

RE :Different festivals

Mutual respect and tolerance/ Individual Liberty/u>

Look at different festivals and compare similarities and differences

British Values Links in PSHE/RE

Individual Liberty

How do we learn best? Solving problems to learn well

Recognising achievements and setting goals

RE :Creation stories

Mutual respect and tolerance/ Individual Liberty/Democracy

.Look at different creation stories and compare similarities and differences

.Pupils to discuss creating an atmosphere where all questions are valued

 

British Values Links in PSHE/RE

Individual liberty

Look and discuss our families within the class.

How are we similar /different?

Read books about different families. (Stonewall)

RE :Places of worship

Mutual respect and tolerance/ Individual Liberty/Democracy

Pupils look at 2 places of worship in the local area

Compare similarities and difference

Year 2
Autumn Spring Summer

Key UNICEF Rights of the Child Articles

Article 2: All children have rights regardless of gender, culture, religion, if they have a disability, or by how much money they have.

Article 13: You have the right to find out things and share with others

 

Article 27: You have the right to have your basic needs met: Food, Water, Clothing and a safe place to sleep.

Article 36: You have the right to protection from abuse

 

Article 23: You have the right to special education if you have a disability

Article 28: You have the right to an education

Ice – Polar Explorers

The Story Tree-transition              

The Emperors Egg                           Lost & Found

Maths: Place value and the number system, calculating + and – , geometry -position and direction), calculating x and / and measure

Sci: Animal inc Humans: offspring, needs and health

Living Things : habitats and identifying

DLC: We are Photographers

DT: – Fruit kebabs – healthy eating

Geog: Polar Explorers – Polar regions

Hist: Polar Explorers – race to the poles

Art: Penguins (Sculpture)

Linked Lit: Biog Shackleton, emails (digital explorer website)

PE: Gymnastics, Dance-Life Cycles, Games

PSHE Autumn 1 :Agreeing a class charter

Working as a group

Autumn 2: Medicines

Feeling ill and feeling better Getting on with friends                      Anti-bullying week

Eating a healthy diet Which foods give you vitamins(DT/garden link)

Let’s Play! Games & Toys

Man on the Moon                     Traction Man

Maths: Place value and the number system, calculating + and – , geometry – shape, calculating x and /, measure – time, shape

Sci: Everyday Materials

DLC: We are Astronauts             We are Games Testers

DT: Puppets

Food: mash potatoes

Geog: –

Hist: Toys & games comparison.

Art: Sketch book skills (Drawing)

Linked Lit: Biog Armstrong
PE: Dance (Puppets), Gymnastics and Games

PSHE: Spring 1: How we learn best

Setting and achieving goals

Caring about people              My family/different types of families

Spring 2: What am I good at?

Different kinds of communities.

Different people/services that help us in the community

London

Tom’s Sausage Lion                     The Magic Finger   ?10 Things I Can Do to Help My World

Maths: Place value and the number system, calculating x and /, calculating + and – , fractions, statistics

Sci: Plants

DLC: We are Zoologists

DT: We are cage designers

Food: Bread:extend to cinnamon toast crunch

Geog: Revision of KS1 geography knowledge, key terminology.

Hist: Great Fire of London

Art: Great fire of London (collage)

Linked Lit: Diary (GFoL)

PE: Athletics, Gymnastics, Dance-Animals

Summer 1: What is healthy and not healthy? What is nutrition? (linked to garden)

Summer 2: SRE

What they have learned and achieved in Year 2?

Health week

Purposeful and Relevant Outcome:

Written report or guide to polar animals?

Compare Shackleton’s journey with Scott Sears is a Second Lieutenant with the First Battalion Royal Gurkha Rifle – plot their routes, make maps – information leaflet for parents and community to help support his fund raising???? Organise dress down day – or dress up polar explorer day?

 

Purposeful and Relevant Outcome:

Discus how people donate toys to hospitals, shelters etc for people in need.

 

Global/ Real life outcome

Global learning outcome – GHB mum to come in and discus animal welfare (why do we have zoo’s and safaris?) and protection for animals around the world. Link to the ivory trade.

Plastic in the oceans –Before the trip to the seaside discus marine life and how it’s affected by plastic waste. How could we ensure we’re not adding to it. Create a leaflet with year 1 to help the parents understand how our decisions affects our oceans.

https://www.natgeokids.com/uk/?s=ocean+plastic

http://tiki.oneworld.org/plastic/plastic.html

http://www.globalocean.org.uk/resources

Science-Melting ice caps (effects of global warming)

http://www.sciencebuddies.org/science-activities/polar-ice-caps-melting

http://www.sciencekids.co.nz/videos/earth/arcticmelting.html

http://www.oddizzi.com/teachers/explore-the-world/global-knowledge/environmental-change/how-is-it-changing/ice-caps/

http://twigglemagazine.com/January-activities/help-save-polar-bear.html

PSHE-Rights and Responsibilities

http://www.mylearning.org/global-citizens–make-an-impact/p-2024/resource/1263/

https://www.unicef.org/rightsite/files/uncrcchilldfriendlylanguage.pdf

-link to UNICEF-Rights of a Child

Humanities-Compare/Contrast with our own

http://twentytwowords.com/photos-of-children-from-around-the-world-with-their-favorite-toys-30-pictures/

Science-Recycling materials

http://www.bbc.co.uk/education/clips/zj2qxnb

http://www.theworldcounts.com/stories/Recycle-Facts-for-Kids

http://www.recyclenow.com/recycling-knowledge/getting-started/recycling-at-school/teach-primary

EE project-Understanding charities and Leading fundraising/activities for Red Nose Day

Food-Understanding world hunger/malnutrition

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gtJzMG9cIfI

http://res.cloudinary.com/dx4lgru4r/image/upload/

v1424185824/Teacher%20Resources/Lesson_1_

What_is_Malnutrition.pdf

http://hunger.generationon.org/sites/default/files/

hunger/genOn-Lesson_Plan-MYMH.pdf

Sustainable fishing- www.fishandkids.org

Understanding World Hunger Day-May

http://documents.wfp.org/stellent/groups/public/

documents/communications/wfp251438.pdf – adapt for younger children with similar message

British Values Links in PSHE/RE

Democracy/rule of law

What a community is

Agreeing a class charter and creating a happy, caring and safe class community

Anti-bullying week:

Individual Liberty/ Rule of law

Understand about different types of teasing and bullying

Recognise effects on feelings

Recognise that bullying is wrong and to know what to do in bullying situations

RE :Different festivals

Mutual respect and tolerance/ Individual Liberty

Look at different festivals and compare similarities and differences

Create an atmosphere where all discussion and questions are valued

British Values Links in PSHE/RE

Individual Liberty

How do we learn best

Recognising achievements and setting goals

Identify a goal and describe steps to achieve a goal

Identify strategies to overcome difficulties persist with an activity

RE :Creation stories

Mutual respect and tolerance/ Individual Liberty/Democracy

.Look at different creation stories and compare similarities and differences

.Encourage pupils to discuss creating an atmosphere where all questions are valued

PE: Disability Sport Unit

 

British Values Links in PSHE/RE

Individual liberty SRE

Look and discuss our families with the class.   How are we similar /different?

Read books about different families. (Stonewall)

Males and females and challenging stereotypes

Growing and changing from baby to older person

How we are growing and changing?

RE :Places of worship

Mutual respect and tolerance/ Individual Liberty/Democracy

To know that different faiths have different places of worship.

Pupils look at places of worship

Look at the similarities and difference

Create an atmosphere where all discussion and questions are valued

Year 3
Autumn Spring Summer

Key UNICEF Rights of the Child Articles

Article 2: All children have rights regardless of gender, culture, religion, if they have a disability, or by how much money they have.

Article 14: You have the right to choose your own religion and beliefs

Article 19: You have the right to be safe from harm

Article 22: You have the right for special protection if you are a refugee

Article 30: You have the right to practice your culture and religion

Article 27: Children have the right to have their basic needs met: Food, Water, Clothing and a safe place to sleep.

Tudors

Into the Forest           White Bear King

Maths: Number and place value, calculating + and -, geometry – angles, fractions, calculating x and /, measure

Sci: Animals inc Humans (teeth, skeletons, nutrition)

       Forces (magnets)

DLC: We are Programmers/Bug Fixers

DT: Fabric – Tudor loop weaving.

Food: spicy veggie pasta

Geog: Mazes and co-ordinates.

Hist: Henry VIII and his 6 wives

Art: sketching to create depth for portraits (Draw)

Linked Lit: Diary

PE: Gymnastics, Dance-Diwali, Games

PSHE: Autumn 1: Rights and respect in our classroom

Making the class a welcoming place

Different feelings

Autumn 2: Healthy, balanced diet (eat well plate)

Healthy teeth

Friendship          Anti –bulling week

 

Ancient Egypt – Tomb Raider

Varjak Paw

Maths: Number and place value, calculating + and -, geometry – properties of shapes, calculating x and /, measure, fractions, statistics

Sci: Plants

       Light – lit link write up transparency experiment

DLC: We are Communicators     We are Opinion Pollsters

DT: -Lentil soup

Geog: Egypt – nile

Hist: Ancient Egypt – comparison ancient and modern.

Art: Ancient Egypt (Sculpture – Canopic jars)

Linked Lit: Emails (topic people), Newspaper Howard Carter,

PE: Dance-Life on the Nile, OAA, Athletics

PSHE Summer 1: Responsibility for our actions

Difference between helpful and unhelpful pressure

Drugs awareness ( alcohol/ cigarettes )

Summer 2: SRE

Celebrating what we have learnt and achievements

*Health week

Volcano – What happened in Pompeii?

The Pebble in my Pocket & Ug/Volcano         The Ice Palace

Maths: Number and place value, calculating + and -, calculating x and /, fractions, statistics, measure – time

Sci: Rocks

       Plants

DLC: We are Presenters

DT: Catapults

Food: stuffed baked apples

Geog: Active Planet

Hist: Pompeii

Art: Volcanoes (Paint/Print)    

Linked Lit: Stone Age comparison (debate & persuasive letter)     Volcano report, Pompeii Newspaper Report

PE: Athletics, Games, Gymnastics

PSHE: Spring 1: Planning to reach goals

Community /different jobs people do who help in the community.

Spring 2: What am I good at?

How to disagree without falling out

What can we do when we feel worried?

EE: Going Green – School Environment

Purposeful and Relevant Outcome:

Exhibition – Guide to Dinosuars – information leaflets – Make for the Natural History Museum (contact them to ask if we can send them?)

 

Sell loop woven goods at Christmas fayre (adverts and tudor costumes). Visitor from fashion or jewellery industry?

Purposeful and Relevant Outcome:

Learning about being a journalist: link to History and English writing outcomes.

Link to internet and biases and authors.

Trip to Guardian to be organised.

Global/Real Life Outcome:

Explore humanitarian aid for natural disasters– children to present an assembly for the KS explaining some forms of aid work (incl. humanitarian engineer work discussed in STEM week) – raise money for a chosen charity. Or collection for local charity shop.

Information booklet for tourists in Pompeii?

Literacy-Deforestation-Resources in file

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AVh2DEgpvsM   no sound

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pZ4CSc0JFpA

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nc7f5563azs –effects

http://www.forestinfo.org/teaching_unit/tropical-deforestation – links to lessons/powerpoints to explain

 

PSHE-Rights and Responsibilities

http://www.mylearning.org/global-citizens–make-an-impact/p-2024/resource/1263/

https://www.unicef.org/rightsite/files/uncrcchilldfriendlylanguage.pdf

-link to UNICEF-Rights of a Child

Geography-Egypt

-Investigating Dams (link to Aswan Dam)-what has the impact been on the river, people who live in the area

http://nyln.org/aswan-dam-pros-and-cons-list

PSHE-Being Socially Responsible (as well as responsible for our actions)

file:///H:/Downloads/lesson1_what_is_a_global_citizen.pdf

Refugee Week (linked to Egypt)-Refugees 17-18

https://egypt.savethechildren.net/what-we-do/humanitarian-response

http://www.savethechildren.org.uk/resources/online-library/saving-children%E2%80%99s-lives-resource-pack-schools

PE: Disability Sport Unit

 

Literacy/Geography: Humanitarian Aid (Link to Volcanoes)

http://www.redcross.org.uk/What-we-do/Teaching-resources/Lesson-plans

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DeB5N_bH7E8 -Pompeii

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k8mAtY-7n-o –Negative impact of volcanoes on humans

PSHE- Jobs in the community-what do the same jobs look like in different countries? Compare and contrast to a similar job in the UK. (For example: firefighter, nurse, teacher) Additionally look at some jobs that we don’t have in the UK.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/education/topics/znwwxnb/resources/1

British Values Links in PSHE/RE

Democracy/rule of law

Agreeing a class charter

Describe what makes a happy and caring class

Creating a rights and respect in our classroom

Individual Liberty

Describe some basic rights for children

Anti- bullying week

Individual Liberty/ Rule of law

What makes a good friend? Describe ways to sort out friendship problems

What is the difference between falling out and bullying?

British Values Links in PSHE/RE

Individual liberty

SRE

How we are growing and changing

Similarities between males and females     Understanding stereotyping

Discuss different kinds of families (Use stonewall material)

RE :Place of worship

Mutual respect and tolerance/ Individual Liberty/Democracy

To know that different faiths have different places of worship.

How are they similar/ different?

Respect and value each other’s questions and ideas

British Values Links in PSHE/RE

Individual Liberty

Planning to reach a goal     Taking responsibility for our own learning

To persevere when we find a task challenging

Knowing how to find solutions in difficulties

RE :Creation stories

Mutual respect and tolerance/ Individual Liberty/Democracy

.How did the world begin?

.Look at different creation stories and compare similarities and differences

.Encourage pupils to discuss creating an atmosphere where all questions are valued

Year 4
Autumn Spring Summer

Key UNICEF Rights of the Child Articles

Article 2: All children have rights regardless of gender, culture, religion, if they have a disability, or by how much money they have.

Article 12: You have the right to give your opinion

Article 28: You have the right to an education

Article 29: Your education should help you develop your talents and abilities. It should help you live peacefully, respect others and protect the environment.

Article 10: If a child lives in a different country than their parents, they have a right to be in the same place

Article 26: You have the right to help if you are poor or are in need

Rainforest

Krindlekrax

Edward Turlane

Maths: Number and place value, calculating + and -, measure – time, fractions as numbers, calculating x and /, statistics

Sci: Animals inc Humans (digestive system and food chains)

       States of Matter

DLC: We are Software Developers

DT: Design and brand of chocolate

Geog: Fair Trade (physical geog – climate zones, human – land use)

Hist: Mayans

Art: Mayans (Sculptures)

Linked Lit: Explanation text chocolate, non-chronological report crocodiles adaptation

PE: Swimming, Gymnastics, Games

PSHE: Autumn 1:Creating a rights respecting class

Healthy lifestyles ( identify what is nutritious in a food)

Autumn 2: Friendship and resolving friendship problems

Anger and how to calm down       Anti-bulling week

Inventions & Machines

The Iron Man

Maths: Decimals, calculating + and -, geometry – shapes, fractions of numbers, calculating x and /, measure

Sci: Electricity

       Sound – lit link write up a full sound experiment

DT: red been burgers

DLC: We are Toy Designers             We are Co-authors

DT: Electrical Inventions

Geog: –

Hist: Inventions

Art: Leonardo Da Vinci (Drawing/Printing)

Linked Lit: Da Vinci biography

PE: Swimming, Dance-Tudor, Games

PSHE: Spring 1: Overcome to difficulties when learning

The difference between right and wrong  

Why and How rules and laws are made

Drugs awareness

Spring 2: What I am good at?       Different jobs people do in the community.

 

Being British

The Wolf’s Footprint

Myth and Legends and poetry

English Speaking Board

 

Maths: Decimals, calculating + and -, calculating x and /, fractions, statistics, geometry – position and direction, calculating – review of methods

Sci: Living Things (habitats, classification)

         Water Cycle

DLC: We are HTML editors

DT: – Scones

Geog: Britain

Hist: Britain

Art: –

PE: Swimming, OAA, Cricket

PSHE: Summer 1 SRE

Summer 2:The community

*Health week

Purposeful and Relevant Outcome:

Exhibition night – tasting sessions for the community, pitch new chocolate Dragon’s Den – winning group pitch to Chocolate Company. (Vegan company MH)

 

Purposeful and Relevant Outcome:

Visitor from the Crick who is involved in the invention of different vaccines and/or disease cures-learning about scientific innovation

Potential opportunity to share their created inventions to guest

Visit to Westminster Abbey.

Ideas for outcome

–           Display posters/leaflets at St Pancras to welcome people to Britain[Ted emailed on 6.3.18] – chn draw pictures of themselves on poster/use digital pixelated programme

–           Publish article about living in Britain in Metropolitan Magazine [on board Eurostar][Ted emailed on 6.3.18]

Link with a school in another country to share what it is like living in Britain – Comenius project links/ Marianne’s school El Salvador

Chocolate-Fair Trade exploration

http://schools.fairtrade.org.uk/

http://schools.fairtrade.org.uk/resource/my-fairtrade-adventure-ages-7-11/

http://cafod.org.uk/Education/Primary-schools/Fairtrade

-Google UK resource documents

http://www.oxfam.org.uk/education/resources/explore-fairtrade

http://www.cdec.org.uk/wp-   content/uploads/2013/02/Fairtrade-Activity-Pack.pdf

-this has a specific cocoa link

Rights Respecting

-Investigation of Rights of the Child (Creation of Carlton Rights document)

Science-PBS inventing project-How to invent something to make the world a better place (What are some key world problems to investigate-link to Global Outcomes)

 

PSHE- in a global context-Right and Wrong (Maybe link to immigration/asylum seekers)

 

DLC-Toys in other countries/cultures-similarities and differences

http://www.our-africa.org/games-and-sports

http://www.arvindguptatoys.com/arvindgupta/africantoys.pdf

 

PE: Disability Sport Unit

 

What it means to be British today? (Look at population breakdowns, languages and a multi-cultural society)

What are the key British Values-Define and understand

https://www.victvs.co.uk/british-values/

*British Value power points on system

 

*Water Cycle-link to Water Aid UK resources- Right to Clean Water http://www.wateraid.org/uk/get-involved/schools/primary-resources

https://teachunicef.org/teaching-materials/topic/water-and-environment -Clean water unit

British Values Links in PSHE

Democracy/rule of law

Agreeing a class charter

Individual Liberty

Creating a rights respecting class

Anti- bullying week

Individual Liberty/ Rule of law

What makes a good friend ?

What gets in the way of friendship?

What is racism, teasing and bullying?

How does it make someone feel?

British Values Links in PSHE/RE

Individual Liberty

Planning to achieve a goal and overcome

obstacles

How do we overcome difficulties when learning?

RE :Creation stories

Mutual respect and tolerance/ Individual Liberty/Democracy

What does creation mean?

How do different cultures and religions express a response to creation?

What do we think about creation?

 

British Values Links in PSHE/RE

Individual liberty

SRE

Main stages of the human lifecycle     What is puberty?

Discuss different kinds of families (Use stonewall material)

RE :Place of worship

Mutual respect and tolerance/ Individual Liberty/Democracy

To know different places of worship.

Look at different signs and symbols in a place of worship

Discuss similarities /differences

Respect and value each other’s questions and ideas

Year 5
Autumn Spring Summer

Key UNICEF Rights of the Child Articles

Article 2: All children have rights regardless of gender, culture, religion, if they have a disability, or by how much money they have.

Article 38: Children should not be forced to fight war

 

Article 23: You have the right to special education if you have a disability

Article 28: You have the right to an education

Article 19: You have the right to be safe from harm

Article 22: You have the right for special protection if you are a refugee

War is coming!

The Piano – film unit

Billy the Kid                Rose Blanche                                  Memorial                       Major Glad   Major Dizzy

There’s a Boy in the Girl’s Bathroom – GR class Aut 2

Maths: Number and place value and properties of numbers, calculating + and -, measure, fractions, calculating x and /, geometry – shape and angles

Sci: Materials lit link write up a full materials experiment

DLC: We are Game Developers (STEM)

We are Architects

DT: Anderson Shelter

Food: pea and potato curry pg – rations

Geog: – geography places linked to the wars – countries, areas etc

Hist: WW2

Art: War (Drawing/Painting)

Linked Lit: WW2 poetry, newspaper article, Blitz newspapers + survival advert

PE: Gymnastics, Dance-The Blitz, Netball

PSHE: Aut 1: A happy and safe place to learn   – Links to Scott

Cook a healthy meal (nutrition)

Respecting the rights of everyone             Diversity and the benefits of difference and diversity

Autumn 2: Different drugs and their risks and effects

Different kinds of friendships

Anti-bullying week

Space – Expedition into the Unknown

GR text: Cosmic

Maths: Decimals and percentages, calculating + and -, calculating x and /, measure, fractions, calculating problems with all 4 operations, geometry – position and direction

Sci: Earth & Space

Forces

DLC: We are bloggers – blog for EE

DT: –

Food: Banana and date bread   –

Geog: Planet Earth , (moon diaries. Night and Day, Axis)

Hist: Space Expeditions

Art: Space (Painting/Printing)

Linked Lit: Blogs (comparison of book and film), Gadget instructions

PE: Athletics, Cricket, Games-Rugby

PSHE: Spring 2 Setting targets and reaching goals – fitness linked

Celebrating achievements

How to feel good about myself and other people?

What is a business?

Spring 1: Different feelings in different situations

EE Project: Fitness Video – you tube site

Ancient Greece – Odysseus

Odysseus

Maths: Fractions, decimals and percentages, calculating + and -, calculating x and /, calculating problems with all 4 operations, statistics, geometry – shape

Sci: Living Things (life cycles and reproduction)

Animals inc Humans (SRE)

DLC: We are Web Developers         (Greece info site)

D.T : create a Greek stage using Cams.

Food: greek salad/Banana and date bread – pg 41 –

Geog: Greece

Hist: Ancient Greece

Art and D.T: Ancient Greece (Sculpture – pots)

Linked Lit: Non-chronological report on life cycles (local bird/animal), persuasive brochure modern Greece (website)

PE: Dance-Olympics, OAA, Games-Cricket

PSHE: Summer 1 SRE

Different feelings

Summer 2 :Democracy

What a local council does

*Health week

 

Purposeful and Relevant Outcome:

War Poetry recitals at The Great Exhibition 16/11

Podcast for National Archives – evacuees – Sheltered Accommodation – interviews

 

Purposeful and Relevant Outcome:

Trip to Care Home to interview for Moon Landing Blog writing project (Older resident’s experiences of the moon landings): This collaborative project will be put on the school website

Purposeful and Relevant Outcome:

Creation of Olympic Games and Ancient Greek Feast: both to include Parents. Cooking of Ancient Greek foods.

Creation of Greek artefacts ‘museum’.

Travel Agents – Greek Holiday Brochures

Literacy/History-

*Link to resources around child soldiers and modern conflicts, also https://teachunicef.org/teaching-materials/topic/armed-conflict

*Resistance movements (link to 1940’s) What was the importance of taking a stand-Rights

*What are Human Rights? –Link to further work (and Children’s Rights)

DLC/Science-Sustainable building materials (architecture/engineering)

https://www.teachengineering.org/activities/view/cub_environ_lesson05_activity3

PSHE-Diversity

http://www.educationworld.com/a_lesson/lesson/lesson294.shtml

Literacy-Black History Month: Biography around a Civil/Human Rights leader and their Impact

Geography-Understanding the Atmosphere and Human Impact (Global Warming/Ozone) https://www.globe.gov/do-globe/globe-teachers-guide

-What can I do to help? Investigating social responsibility and the impact on the world

https://www.foe.co.uk/get_involved/climate_change

 

Cooking-Lesson on Bananas-Fair Trade

http://www.cdec.org.uk/wp-   content/uploads/2013/02/Fairtrade-Activity-Pack.pdf

http://cafod.org.uk/Education/Primary-schools/Fairtrade

Democracy and Democratic Processes

-Understanding different government types

-What a local council does (Visit from council/MP?) History- Link to Ancient Greece

https://www.parliament.uk/education/teaching-resources-lesson-plans?page=1&sort=2&cat=ks2

History-Modern Greece:   Refugee Crisis-exploring themes of refugee migration in ME and Mediterranean

Literacy- Writing a letter to a politician to make a change

-What are key issues in: world/UK/London/KT?

British Values Links in PSHE

Democracy/rule of law

Agreeing a class charter

How do we make the school and class a happy and safe place to learn

Respecting the rights of everyone in school

Anti- bullying week

Individual Liberty/ Rule of law

What is stereotyping and prejudice?

Effects of racism and how to prevent it

How do we prevent bullying?

British Values Links in PSHE

Individual Liberty/ Rule of law

What is democracy?   What do local council do?

What makes a good citizen?   How local people can get involved

RE :Creation stories

Mutual respect and tolerance/ Individual Liberty/Democracy

Look at creation stories from different religions/cultures

Respect and value each other’s questions and ideas

Why do different cultures /religions have creation stories?

Why are creation stories important to different religions? Is creation important to you?              Is creation important to everybody?

British Values Links in PSHE/RE

Individual liberty

SRE

How we have grown and changed since we were babies

Physical changes at puberty Changes in emotions at puberty

RE :Place of worship

Mutual respect/ Tolerance/ Individual Liberty/Democracy

Look at different places of worship

Discuss some of the features

Look at signs and symbols in a religious place of worship. What is their purpose? How are they similar/ different?

PE: Disability Sport Unit

Year 6
Autumn Spring Summer

Key UNICEF Rights of the Child Articles

Article 2: All children have rights regardless of gender, culture, religion, if they have a disability, or by how much money they have.

Article 4: The government has a responsibility to protect your rights so you can meet your potential

Article 12: You have the right to give your opinion

Article 27: Children have the right to have their basic needs met: Food, Water, Clothing and a safe place to sleep.

Article 32: You have the right to protection from work that will harm you

Article 37: No one is allowed to punish you in a cruel or harmful way

Survival

Floodland                                 Wolf Brother

Sci: Circulatory System + Drugs

Evolution & Inheritance

DLC: – Coding Projects                                            

DT: Design a draft

Food:Wild Cooking cous sous with fruit and veggies

Geog: Mapping Skills & Survivor (compass)

Hist: Stone Age

Art: – Stone Age, why? (clay)

Linked Lit: Non-fiction report Stone Age, water cycle explanation, discursive report global warming

PSHE: Autumn 1: What helps us learn at school

Work of UNICEF     The law and what it means

Autumn 2       Getting On and Falling Out

Effects/ risks of drugs       Anti-bullying week

Victorian Children

Street Child                           Way Home

Sci: Electricity

Light & Seeing

DLC: Coding Projects                                            

DT: Bridge building

Food: falafel, tzatziki dip, spaghetti bolognaise.

Geog: Victorian London (comparison old and modern, uses of land)

Hist: Victorians (schools, workhouses)

Art: William Morris (Drawing/Printing)

Linked Lit: Scientist biography, animal report, diary entry, NC report work houses, Victorian letter of complaint, modern letter for preservation of local Victorian building (Carlton)

PE: Games, Athletics, Dance-In the Playground

PSHE: Spring 1: Steps to achieving a realistic goal

Spring 2 Feeling anxious and managing worries

Living a healthy lifestyle

Art – What is Art?

Shakespeare – Macbeth

Sci: Light & Seeing (complete and revision)

       Living Things/Habitats/ Keys + SRE

DLC: Newspaper publishing and programme graphic design work

DT: – Framing / stands for art project

Food: falafel, tzatziki dip, spaghetti bolognaise.  

Geog: – UK geography revision

Hist: Artists and Art Movements

Art: Great Artists (Drawing/Painting/Printing/Sculpture) Graphic design link to making Macbeth programmes

Linked Lit: Macbeth pieces, compare and contrast artists and styles on a theme

PE: Games-Rounders, Rugby, Football; OAA

PSHE: Summer2: SRE

Summer 2: Feelings about moving to secondary school

What we value about each other                     Health week

Purposeful and relevant Outcomes

Survial leaflet/guide for Nick Carter or Scott Sears – antartica or survival – purpose tbc SHAYNE investigating

 

*Visit to the Museum of London for a Victorian Immersion session

*Visit from a Civil Engineer to discuss Brunel and contrast with Modern Bridge Building-then link to DT Bridge Building activity (Competition)

* Visit to art gallery – to be decided where

* Project outcomes – art exhibition

Macbeth performance (possibly to be shared outside school as well as in school performance)

Science-Water Aid Resources (Humanities/Arts/Science)-Right to Clean Water http://www.wateraid.org/uk/get-involved/schools/primary-resources

https://teachunicef.org/teaching-materials/topic/water-and-environment- Full Unit

Science-Sustainable fishing in the oceans: www.fishandkids.org

Literacy-Black History Month: Biography around a Civil/Human Rights leader and their Impact

Science-Animals-Endangered Species and Human Impact on Animal Habitats (WWF: https://www.wwf.org.uk/getinvolved/schools/resources)

Science/SRE-Plant Engineering/Reproduction-moral question (link to cloning/humans?)http://www.bbc.co.uk/education/guides/zx6g87h/revision/3

http://www.bbc.co.uk/education/clips/zp4rkqt

Literacy-Writing a persuasive argument (letter) about cloning or genetic reproductions (plants or humans)

History-Link Victorian Empire (lasting influence)-link to Globalisation-Impact today                   http://www.victorianschool.co.uk/empire.html

http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/gcsebitesize/geography/globalisation/

globalisation_rev1.shtml

Art-Calligraphy/Japanese Art-Hokusai

https://www.pinterest.com/explore/japanese-tattoo-symbols/

http://www.enchantedlearning.com/artists/hokusai/

Literacy-Poetry WritingHaiku

http://www.kidzone.ws/poetry/haiku.htm

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gOMuVpN8XqM

Science-Sustainable Energy Resources

http://www.alliantenergykids.com/EnergyandTheEnvironment/

RenewableEnergy/

http://www.bbc.co.uk/education/topics/zfpnb9q/resources/1

British Values Links in PSHE

Democracy/rule of law

Agreeing a class charter

How do we make the school and class a happy and safe place to learn

Respecting the rights of everyone in school

Anti- bullying week

Individual Liberty/ Rule of law

Look at different types of prejudices

What does it feels like to be bullied?

Ways to prevent bullying and what to do as a

bystander

 

British Values Links in PSHE

Individual Liberty Democracy/rule of law

The law and what it means

Differences between wants, needs and rights

When people’s rights have been ignored( UNICEF)

RE :Creation stories

Mutual respect and tolerance/ Individual Liberty/Democracy

.To discuss the importance of creation and give my views on how the world was created

.Encourage pupils to discuss creating an atmosphere where all questions are valued

PE: Disability Sport Unit

 

British Values Links in PSHE/RE

Individual liberty

SRE

Qualities of a good friend

Difference between a friendship and intimate relationships

Roles and responsibilities of a parent       Managing teenage problems

Changes at puberty       Conception and pregnancy

Attitudes towards gender and the impact of gender stereotyping

RE :Place of worship

Mutual respect and tolerance/ Individual Liberty/Democracy

Research places of worship.   Discuss their significance and compare.

Do we think a place of worship is important?     Does everyone have one?

Respect and value each other’s questions and ideas

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