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Our curriculum


 

TERM 1

TERM 2

TERM 3

Text

The Iron Man

Bubble and Squeak

Charlie and Chocolate Factory

Unit Title

The Iron Man

 Pets and Us

 

Scrumdiddlyumptious

Engage/Hook

Treasure hunt, to find parts of the iron man and put him together

Gerbils in the classroom

Tasting  Session

Additional Experiences

Visit to the scrap yard

Visit to local amenities

Bring your own pets in Day

Cadbury world

 

Outcomes

(including published work)

History – Design a robot that does human jobs

Science – Create a game using the skills learnt.

Y3 clothes recycle and litter pick events

Iron Man Show to Parents

Pupils presentations about them and their worlds/lives

Cafe event for parents

 


Spoken Language

Listening and responding

Use of language

Participating

Drama

Link to literacy

Link to literacy

Link to literacy

Reading

Retrieval

Summarising

Inference

Vocabulary in context

Prediction

Authors use of vocabulary

All

Writing

Poetry, Dairy entries, Newspaper Reports, Stories

Persuasive writing

Adverts Stories

Non- chronological Reports

Instructions/Recipes

Letter to inform

Stories

Mathematics

Number Sense

Place Value

Graphs

Addition and Subtraction

Length and Perimeter

Multiplication and Division

Time

Fractions

Angles and Shape

Measures

Securing multiplication and Division

Calculation strategies

Science

Forces and Magnets

Light

Animals including Humans

Rocks, Soils and Fossils (Discrete)

Food and Our bodies

Plants (DISCRETE)

 

Art & Design

Drawing

Embossing

Pop up (discrete)

Painting

Digital Art

Printing

Computing

Algorithms and Programming

Data retrieving and organising

 

Email /Internet Safety (internet bullying)

Touch typing /Graphing

 

Spreadsheets

Branching data bases

 

 

DT

Mechanisms – Levers

Stiff and flexible sheet materials

Textiles

 

Cooking and Nutrition

Design, Draw, Evaluate  
Movable Materials

Geography

Earthquakes

Volcanoes ( Discrete)

Local knowledge and Map Skills

Mediterranean and Europe

(Linked to History (Discrete)

Weather/climates/location of cocoa beans and location

History

Timelines

Comparing then and now- looking how things have changed over time

 

Stone age to Iron age (Discrete)

Aztecs and Mayans

The origin of chocolate/

How people ate differently in the past

Foreign Language

Body Parts

Who am I ?

Greetings

Numbers

Birthdays

Animals

Days months

Fruit

(Sports day) Sports

Colours

 

Music

Band Stomp, metal, junk band, Music from Trinidad and Tobago, calypso, yellow bird, learn about variety of percussion instruments both orchestral and non-orchestral. History and origin of steel pan band. Steel pan music.  London – Steel pan fusion.  Playing and reading/ instrument study: Steel Pan band – reading notes, learn to play,  Composition: Using percussion instruments made by children.

Songs that explore family relationships and dynamics. Create soundscapes for certain sections in the story. Explore dynamics terminology. Explore songs from Matilda musical. Dynamics, music theory elements.  Playing and reading – Instrumental percussion too create soundscapes.  Composition – creating themes for a story.

Production: Beauty and the Beast

Explore songs from the musical – music theory. Compare and contrast.

We’ve got a golden ticket, Pure Imagination- Create a colorful, dance dream that could be a picture in Charlie's imagination.  I've Got A Golden Ticket- Do a larger production number. Use lots of the color gold and maybe have large gold tickets for props. Ommpa Loompa.

 

Term 3a – Performance showcase to families

Physical Education

Dodgeball

Basketball

Football

Athletics

Orienteering

Cricket

Athletics

Rounders

Dance

 

 

Charlie and Chocolate factory numbers.

PSHE

Being me in my World

Celebrating differences

Dreams and Goals

Relationships

Healthy Me

Changing Me (Discrete)

Religious Education

Believing

Celebrations

Expressions

Living

Global Citizenship

Concern for the environment and commitment to sustainable development

Peace and Conflict

(Book- class- wider world)

Animal Cruelty

Global and interdependence (Fair trade)