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Curriculum Plan

Term 2 Curriculum 

 

English: We are continuing to use The Writing Rainbow and the Reading Rainbow, and will be writing our own time travel stories and poetry about the seasons.

 

Maths

1.  Multiplication: 2, 4 and 8 times tables and the relationship between them

2. Column Addition

 

Science: Raw and Synthetic Materials

 

Geography:

  • Formation of landscapes, including weathering, rivers and mountains.

 

 History

The Bronze Age and the Iron Age

 

  • Bronze age around the world
  • Bronze age clues from the past
  • Tools and weapons
  • Forts and Farming

 

 

RE

Understanding Christianity: 

What is the Trinity?

The Christmas story

How light is celebrated and used as a symbol in different religions:

  • Divali
  • Hanukkah
  • Advent

 

PSHCE: 

Valuing Difference

  • Recognising and respecting diversity
  • Being respectful and tolerant

Art: Painting techniques and observational drawing

DT: Designing and making a poster with moving parts

French: Counting in French and talking about ourselves

PE: Netball

 

 

Term 1 Curriculum

 

English: We are beginning to use The Writing Rainbow and the Reading Rainbow, and will be writing based on the video Feast and the book Stone Age Boy. Our class novel this term is Stig of the Dump.

 

Maths

  1. Composition and calculation: 100 and bridging 100
  2. Composition and calculation: three-digit numbers
  3. Securing mental strategies: calculation up to 999

 

Science: Forces and magnetism

 

Geography:

  • Describing maps of the world , including hemispheres, the tropics, latitude and longitude.
  • Europe -
  • Population
  • Rivers
  • Mountains

 

 History

The Stone Age

  • Stone Age tools and weapons
  • Stone age hunter gatherers
  • Stone age clues from the past 

 

RE

Understanding Christianity: 

People of God – What is it like to follow God?

  • Story of Noah; making and keeping promises (e.g. weddings and revisit baptism); getting rid of evil
  • Abraham, the challenge of following God and further exploration of the concept of covenant/promise; leaders and followers; giving things up for God

Do Christians have to take communion?

 

PSHCE: 

Me and My Relationships

  • Rules
  • Cooperation
  •  Friendship

Art: Self Portraits and observational drawing

DT: Designing and making a kite which involves sawing and fixing materials together.

French: Greetings and talking about ourselves.

PE: Socially distanced skills practice (sprinting, jumping, throwing and dribbling) 

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