School Curriculum Map

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 1: All about me/In the Woods

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: On the Farm

3 Billy goat gruff

The little red hen

A Squash and a Squeeze

Rosie’s Walk

Summer 1 Minibeasts/Growth

Aarrrggghhh spider!

The Very Hungry Caterpillar

Summer2 Transport/Growth

The train ride

The Naughty Bus

Trips and Visitors:

Hampstead Heath

Class Maisie Party

Trips and Visitors:

London Zoo

Kentish Town City Farm

Eggs and Chicks

Trips and Visitors:

Hampstead Heath – Minibeasts

Caterpillars hatching to Butterflies

Transport Museum

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 & Marvellous Me

 

Literacy:

(Year A )Aut 1:

Book of First Poems, Brave Bear, Goldilocks

Aut 2:

Leaf Man, Gruffalo, Sweetest Song, Nativity

 

(Year B )Aut 1:

The Owl who was Afraid of the Dark, Bog Baby

Aut 2:

Porridge Pot, Sweetest Song, Blackbird Blackbird, Nativity

 

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

Sci: Animals inc Humans

DLC: We are TV Chefs – Porridge Films

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

Geog: Local Area

Hist: Myself & School in the Past, Guy Fawkes

Art: Self-Portraits (Painting and Sketching)

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 to publish

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.?

Visit to Kentish town city farm.

What are the different jobs that you can have on the farm?

What roles do they play?

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/In the Woods

Year A:

Au1: Book of First Poems

 The Owl Who Was Afraid Of The Dark- transition                            

Bog Baby

Au2: Sweetest Song, Porridge Pot

 

Year B:

Au1: Now we are six

Brave Bear

Goldilocks

Au2:

Leaf Man, Gruffalo, Sweetest Song

 

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

Sci: Animals inc Humans

DT: Healthy Eating (porridge)

Geog: Local Area – The Playground and Hampstead Heath, The Seasons: Autumn and Winter

DLC: We are TV Chefs – Perfect Porridge

Hist: My History, Schools in the Past,  Guy Fawkes

Art: Self-Portraits (Paint & Sketch), Fireworks Art, Seasons – Autumn  Leaf Collage

Linked Lit: Poetry, Recipes & Instructions

PE: Dance (Houses/Toys) and Games

RE Day: Advent – Light

PSHE:

Class charter, To set a goal, Keeping teeth healthy, Healthy eating

Voting – democracy

Mental Health – identify emotions and understanding them.

Anti-bullying Week

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

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

British Values: Democracy/rule of law

Agreeing a class charter and creating a class  community

Individual Liberty/ Rule of law

 

EE Project: Portrait Gallery

Space

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,( including link to reduce, reuse, recycle)

DLC: We are Storytellers (Lila story final outcome)

DT: Moving Pictures

Food: Carribean red pepper salsa

Geog: Seasons and Weather: Winter and Spring, Introduction to world map. Comparing a Kenyan Village to London

Hist: Travel to Space, Neil Armstrong

Art: Africa (Sculpture)

PE: Gymnastics, Games and Dance-Colours. Disability Sport Unit

RE day: Changes

PSHE wants and needs, celebrate differences and similarities.

Mental Health – Recognise feelings of worry and anxiousness, people and places that make you feel safe. Online safety; personal information identify how to stay safe at home, secrets.

British Values: Mutual Respect/Individual Liberty

Transport and Travel

The Snail and the Whale, Journey, A Midsummer Night’s Dream

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

Sci: Growing Plants, what is the ‘greenest’ way to travel?

DLC: We are Collectors

          We are Treasure Hunters

DT: Vehicle

Food: Where do Beans come from?  Salad nicoise or Bean Salad

Geog: Key features of a map and geographical language- linked  to snail and whale. Weather and Seasons: Spring and Summer

Hist: Transport – Buses, Planes, Amelia Earhart

Art: Painting – Boats on the Sea: Vincent Van Gogh

PE: Gymnastics, Dance-Weather and Seaside

 

PSHE: a good friend, Mental Health – recognise positivities in themselves and others, basic hygiene

RSE – growing and changing, different types of families.                   Health week

 

British Values: Mutual Respect/Individual Liberty

Kentish Town City Farm

Hampstead Heath

Science Museum: Wonder Lab

(Optional trip) Chalkwell beach

London Transport trip (train, boat, cable car)

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              

The Emperor’s 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: Living and non living things, offspring, animal needs and health

Living Things : habitats and identifying

DLC: We are Photographers

DT: Where does food come from? Fruit kebabs – balanced diet.

Geog: Drawing maps, physical and human features of Hampstead Heath, Seasonal and Daily Weather patterns

Hist: Polar Explorers – race to the poles

Art: Sculpture – Penguins

PE: Gymnastics, Dance-Life Cycles, Games

RE DAY: Celebrations

PSHE Autumn 1 :Setting a goal, Healthy eating, medicines

Democracy – UK parliament

Mental Health – To explore feelings of loneliness and being included.    To understand conflict.

Anti-bullying week

British Values: Democracy/Rule of Law (Charters)

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 (including link to reduce, reuse, recycle)

DLC: We are Astronauts             We are Games Testers

DT: Puppets

Food: Where do potatoes come from, what are they used for. Cooking mashed potatoes

Geog: Locate and name the world’s seven continents and five oceans, compass directions

Hist: Toys & games from the past

Art: Sketch book skills  (Drawing)

PE: Dance (Puppets), Gymnastics and Games, Disability Sport Unit

RE DAY: Special books

PSHE: Spring  1: needs and wants, differences in life around the world. Online safety – who to trust, personal information.

Spring 2: Mental Health Recognising emotions, fire safety, gender stereotypes

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

British Values: Mutual Respect/Individual Liberty

London

Hodgeheg, The Day the Crayons Quit  

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

Sci: Growing Plants

DLC: We are Zoologists

DT: We are cage designers

Food: Bread

Geog: Seasonal Change. Four Countries of the United Kingdom and Capital Cities

Hist: Great Fire of London

Art: Great fire of London (collage)

PE: Athletics, Gymnastics, Dance-Animals

PSHE Summer 1:  Qualities of a good friend, to understand the right to say no, RSE – the difference between males and females, name the body parts, gender stereotypes.

Summer 2:

RSE – human life cycle, who cares for who.

Mental Health – to understand pride,be proud of yourself and others.

Health week

British Values: Mutual Respect/Individual Liberty

Hampstead Heath

London Zoo

Toy museum

Kew Gardens / Fire of London Monuments

(Optional trip) Chalkwell beach

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

 

Lit:  Into the Forest           Wild Robot

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: Vegetarian Pasta or Cornish Pasty

Geog: Mazes and compass points/co-ordinates

Hist: Henry VIII and his 6 wives, Key Tudor facts/dates, Tudor marriage links, explorers

Art: Tudor Portraits, symbolism

Linked Writing: Biography-famous Tudor, Instructional Writing around food recipe (see above)

PE: Gymnastics, Dance-Tudor, Games

RE DAY: Belonging

PSHE: Autumn 1: To set a goal, healthy eating and choices.

Drug wise -(medicines, smoking)

Autumn 2:  Democracy,   Anti –bullying week, resolving conflict

British Values: Democracy/Rule of Law (Charters)

Ancient Egypt

 

Lit: Varjak Paw

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

Sci: Rocks/Plants

DLC: We are Communicators and  Opinion Pollsters

DT: Investigation lever/pulley systems

Food: Lentil soup

Geog: Importance of Nile, geographical terminology

Hist: Ancient Egypt – comparison ancient and modern, achievements, archaeology

Art: Sculpture – Canopic jars

Linked Writing: Ancient Egypt information pamphlet

PE: Dance, Games, Athletics, Football

RE DAY: Messages

PSHE Spring 1: children’s rights, finances – working. on-line safety,

Mental Health – Effects of feelings, Road Safety, gender stereotypes, RSE.

Health week

EE: Brilliant Books (linked to Guided Reading)

British Values: Mutual Respect/Tolerance

Ancient Rome 

 

Lit: The Ice Palace + Various volcano/Rome texts

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

Sci: Plants/Forces and Magnets

DLC: We are Presenters

DT: Making catapults

Food: Stuffed baked apples

Geog: Roman trade links, Volcanoes + related vocabulary, tectonic plates, Roman Empire, Impact of volcanoes

Hist: Roman Empire: Facts, dates, achievements, Impact on Britain, Eruption of Pompeii

Art: Roman Mosaic making (or printing)

Linked Writing: Non-Chronological Report-Volcanoes, Comparison reports: Impact of Romans on UK

PE: Athletics, Games, Gymnastics, Paralympic Unit

PSHE: Summer 1 – Qualities of a good friend. Say no to a bad touch. Mental Health – identify positive thoughts/ self-talk

Summer 2: healthy relationships, RSE, Changes, differences.

*Hampton Court Palace-home of Henry VIII *British Museum-Egyptian Area *Museum of London: Roman exhibit and Roman Wall
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

 

Lit:  Krindlekrax + Edward Tulane

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

Sci: Animals inc Humans (digestive system/food chains) States of Matter

DLC: We are Software Developers

DT: Design and brand of chocolate

EE: Number Crunching (linked to chocolate making)

Food: Making chocolate bars (range and styles)

Geog: Fair Trade (physical geog – climate zones, human – land use), Plant and Animal life in the rainforest

Hist: Mayans (achievements, innovations, masks)

Art: Mayan clay tiles (Sculptures)

Linked Writing: Instructional text chocolate making Non-chronological report-crocodiles

PE: Swimming, Dance, Invasion games

RE Day: Faith

PSHE: Autumn 1:Creating a rights respecting class

Healthy lifestyles – nutritious foods

Drugs – medicines, alcohol, behaviour.

Autumn 2: Importance of asking questions, On-line safety,     Anti-bullying week Mental Health – doctored images online.

British Values: Democracy/Rule of Law (Charters)

Inventions & Machines

 

Lit:  The Iron Man

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

Sci: Electricity + Sound

DT: Iron Man Masks (w/science link)

Food: Red bean burgers

DLC: We are Toy Designers             

Geog: North and South America focus, transportation of goods (canals, railways, rivers)

Hist: Inventions, history of the internet, British Inventors

Art: Leonardo Da Vinci (Drawing/Printing)

Linked Writing: Da Vinci/Inventor biography, Scientific Investigation write-up

PE: Swimming, Gymnastics, Tennis

RE Day: Food Rituals

PSHE: Spring 1: Finances, World water

Mental Health – feelings/emotions and strategies.

Spring 2: identify/ resisit manipulative behaviour, online safety, water safety, stereotyping and it affects.

British Values: Mutual Respect/Tolerance

Being British

 

Lit:  The Wolf’s Footprint     Myth and Legends and poetry

Carlton Speaking Board

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

Sci: Living Things (habitats, classification)

States of Matter (Water Cycle)

DLC: We are HTML editors

DT/Food: Scones

Geog: Understanding the UK (map/geographically)

Hist: Anglo-Saxon Britain, Key events in British History

Art: Anglo-saxon brooches

PE: Swimming, OAA, Rounders, Paralympic Unit

PSHE: Summer 1 Friendship, discrimination, growth mindset,

Summer 2:RSE, (lifecycle, puberty, hygiene.

Health week

British Values: Individual Liberty

*Rainforest Café Tour – also saves an area of Rainforest

*Science museum-Innovation workshops

*Crick Visit (Medical inventions/technology)

*British Museum: Workshop Link to Sutton Hoo
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

World War 1 and 2

 

Lit:  Billy the Kid       Rose Blanche     Memorial                                                   

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: Properties and changes in materials

DLC: We are Game Developers (STEM)

DT: Anderson Shelter plan/design/construction

Food: pea and potato curry pg – rationing link

Geog:  Geography places, linked to the wars – countries, areas. rationing, maps and symbols

Hist: WW2, facts and civilian life impact, propaganda

Art: War (Drawing(sketching)/Painting)

Linked Writing: WW2 poetry, Blitz newspapers articles, Propaganda posters

PE: Cricket, Dance-The Blitz,  Netball

RE DAY: Power

PSHE: To set a goal, healthy eating – food labels,

Mental Health – feelings, trust, anti-smoking

Anti-bullying week

British Values: Democracy/Rule of Law (Charters)

Space

 

Lit: Stormbreaker (Use elements of Cosmic in Guided Reading)

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 linked to Stormbreaker

DT: Moon base modelling or Moon buggy design

Food: Astronaut Ice Cream (using meringue)

Geog: Planet Earth. Moon phases

Hist: Space Expeditions, key facts, Space Race

Art: Space (Painting/Printing)

Linked Writing:  Blogs, Gadget instructions

PE: Athletics, Cricket, Tennis

RE DAY: Justice

PSHE:  Budgeting, migration and reasons,

Mental Health – know your feelings (Inside Out)

Spring 2: Online safety, challening gender stereotypes.

British Values: Individual liberty/Rule of Law

Ancient Greece

 

Lit: Odysseus, various Greek Myths

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 and humans (RSE)

DLC: We are Web Developers

D.T: create a Greek stage using levers/gears.

Food: Greek Feast (range of food)

Geog: Greece, land use, settlements

Hist: Ancient Greece facts, comparative study

Art: Ancient Greece (Sculpture-pots) paint

Linked Writing: Biography of mythological creature/brochure-Modern Greece

PE: Gymnastics, OAA, Games-Cricket

PSHE: Summer 1: Good qualities of a friend, difference between religion and culture,

Mental Health – To have a sense of belonging. Growth mindset

Summer 2: RSE – puberty, changes, hygiene,            Health week

EE: Breaking News (Ancient Greece Link)

British Values: Tolerance/Mutual Respect

*Imperial War Museum or RAF Museum (Barnet)

*Churchill War Rooms

*Science Museum-Apollo Landing 3-D interactive viewing

*Listening to Third Rock Radio-broadcasting from ISS

*British Museum-Elgin’s Marbles and other artifacts
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

 

Lit: Floodland and Wolf Brother

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

Sci: Circulatory System/Diet, Health and Drugs/

Evolution & Inheritance

DLC: Coding Projects                                             

DT: Design/construct a raft and survival gadget

Food: Wild Cooking (foraging and natural foods)

Geog: Mapping + Survival skills (using a compass), Geographical comparison

Hist: Stone Age

Art: Drawing-motion, Cave paintings

Linked Writing: Non-fiction report: Stone Age, Instructional writing: raft building

PE: Gymnastics, Netball, Dance, Football

RE DAY: Stewardship

PSHE: Autumn 1: Set a goal, Healthy (ourselves/active.

DRUG WISE – risks, managing situations

Autumn 2:MENTAL HEALTH – self image.  feelings, democracy – parliament.

similarities and differences between people.          Anti-bullying week, online safety MENTAL HEALTH –

British Values: Democracy/Rule of Law (Charters)

Victorians

 

Lit: Street Child

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

Sci: Electricity/Light

DLC: Coding Projects                                             

DT: Bridge building

Food: Examples of Victorian Street Food

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

Hist: Victorians (schools, workhouses, innovations) -changes during this time period

Art: William Morris  (Drawing/Printing)

Linked Writing: Scientist biography, NCR-Workhouses (or schools)

PE: Tennis, Athletics, OAA, TAG Rugby

RE DAY: Wisdom

PSHE: Spring 1: Finance

MENTAL HEALTH – uncomfortable feelings including anxiety

Spring 2 Online safety. Challenging gender stereotypes.

British Values: Individual liberty/Rule of Law

Art

 

Lit: Shakespeare – Macbeth, Writing portfolios

Maths: Review of all concepts, maths transition unit

Sci: Living Things/Habitats/ Keys +  SRE

DLC: Newspaper publishing and leavers programme graphic design work EE: Making News-publishing project

DT: Framing / stands for art project

Food: Savoury food for leaving assembly

Geog: UK geography revision, compass work/revision

Hist: Artists and Art Movements

Art: Great Artists-exploring styles

PE: Rounders, Athletics, Cricket, OAA

PSHE: Summer 1: Qualities of a good friend, SELF IMAGE – To understand beauty around the world. The right to say no.

Summer 2: RSE- Healthy and unhealthy relatioinship, friends and intimate relationships, physical/emotional changes during puberty, reproduction, sexual organs.                

Health week

British Values: Mutual respect/tolerance

 

EE Project: Making News

*Year 6 Residential Trip (School Journey)

*Hampstead Heath Visit (Orienteering/Shelters)

*Wild Cooking Workshop

*Visit from Nick Carter

*Visit to the Ragged School (East London)

 

*Careers Visit from a Civil Engineer (focus on Bridge Building)

 

*Courtauld Gallery-art workshops (4 sessions using a range of styles)

*Visit to one of London’s Galleries-linked to what key artists are being investigated (National Gallery, Tate or Tate Modern)