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									St Mary’s Catholic Primary School
       Curriculum Guide
              2011




   A CURRICULUM GUIDE

  Foundation Stage to Year Six




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FOUNDATION STAGE

RECEPTION - AUTUMN TERM

TERMLY THEMATIC          1) All about me
TOPIC S                  2) Food
R.E.                     Creation – People who care for us. Advent – The
                         Christmas story. Autumn prayers – Hymns.
Personal, social and     To settle happily, looking after own hygiene. Taking
emotional                care of own belongings. Caring, sharing, taking turns,
                         listening. Playing collaboratively. Changing for PE.
Communication            Nursery and traditional rhymes and stories. Early
language and literacy.   reading / writing skills. Identifying letter sounds.
                         Reading games. Discuss books. Individual reading.
Mathematics              Count, read and understand numbers to 10. Sorting
                         and matching activities. Language of number and
                         measure through rhyme and song. Looking at shapes
                         and patterns.
Knowledge and            Using the computer confidently. Locating places
understanding of the     throughout the school and knowing the jobs that
world                    people do. Senses, materials. Autumn and seasonal
                         changes. Chronology of the school day.
Physical development     Manipulative skills. Colouring, cutting, sticking,
                         fastening, threading etc. PE/Dance, using space,
                         interpreting music, safety.
Creative development     Role play activities – drama. Imaginative paintings –
                         Explore colour and texture
                         Singing simple songs - Christmas




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RECEPTION - SPRING TERM

TERMLY THEMATIC          1) Winter / Bears
TOPICS                   2) Changes
R.E.                     Baptism. People who help us. Lent. Holy week.
Personal, social and     Developing confidence, conveying messages
emotional                accurately. To think about outcomes of their actions
                         and words on others. Playing by the rules.
Communication,           Develop reading/writing skills – begin word building
language and literacy.   through play and activities. Letter formation in
                         practical ways. Read and retell traditional stories.
                         Encourage free writing. Individual reading.

Mathematics              Use language of addition. Recite number names in
                         order. Counting forwards / backwards. Comparisons.
                         Simple subtraction. Money – 1p, 2p, 5p, 10p. Use
                         everyday words to describe position.

Knowledge and            Living things – plants / animals and caring for them.
understanding of the     Life cycles. Own history – ‘All about me’ Our
world                    environment. Develop computer skills


Physical development     Handling a variety of tools, using construction kits
                         and malleable materials safely and imaginatively.
                         PE/Dance – co-ordination, balance. Using large PE
                         equipment.

Creative development     Continue and develop role play opportunities.
                         Using imagination in art and design using suitable
                         tools safely




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RECEPTION - SUMMER TERM

TERMLY THEMATIC              1) Up and Away
TOPICS                       2) Treasure
R.E.                         Easter. Pentecost. Prayer.
Personal, social and         To carry out an activity until complete and to tidy
emotional                    away. Continue to share, take turns and listen. To
                             respect ideas and feelings of others.
Communication language       Consolidation of cvc words, correct letter formation
and literacy.                formally. Sentence writing – begin blends. Know and
                             use capital letters appropriately. Individual reading.
Mathematics                  Count reliably to 20 and beyond. Order numbers.
                             Write numerals to 20. Estimation, addition,
                             subtraction, ordinal numbers, count in 2s, 5s, 10s.
                             Read o’clock times.

Knowledge and                Animals – living / non-living things. Grouping
understanding of the world   animals, observing similarities / differences. Looking
                             at animal habitats. Seasonal changes. Vocabulary of
                             time. Using a programmable toy – Roamer.
Physical development         Use wide range of tools safely and with increased
                             accuracy. Team games – use of small PE equipment.
                             Working independently and with a partner.
Creative development         Recognise and explore how sounds can be changed
                             using a range of materials
                             Imaginative role-play




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YEAR 1 - AUTUMN TERM

R.E.              Creation
                  Families and celebrations
                  Prayer
                  Advent
                  Christmas
ENGLISH           Non fiction
                  All about Me
                  Narrative Stories with familiar settings
                  Non Fiction
                  Instructions (Persuasion)
                  Narrative
                  Stories from a range of cultures
                  (traditional tales/ predictable and patterned language
                  Poetry
                  Using senses
MATHS             Counting, portioning and calculating
                  Securing number facts and understanding shape
                  Handling data and measures
                  Calculating, measuring and understanding shape
                  Securing number facts relationships and counting.
SCIENCE           Materials
                  Pushes/pulls
I.C.T.            Assembling text
                  Using a Word bank
MUSIC             Ongoing skills to be delivered through Topic songs
                  and Christmas songs
                  Taking off – exploring pitch
PSHE              Getting on and falling out
IPC               Buildings – looking at different types of buildings
                  from around the world.
                  Investigating materials used.
                  A visit to a building museum.
                  Celebrations – looking at different celebrations
                  throughout the year and world.




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YEAR 1 - SPRING TERM

R.E.               Jesus- teacher healer
                   Forgiveness
                   Lent
                   Holy Week
ENGLISH            Narrative
                   Traditional and Fairy Stories
                   Non fiction
                   Information Text
                   Narrative
                   Traditional and fairy stories
                   Poetry
                   Pattern and Rhyme
                   Non Fiction
                   Recount /Dictionary
MATHS              Counting, portioning and calculating
                   Securing Number facts and understanding shape.
                   Handling data and measures
                   Calculating, measuring and understanding shape
                   Securing number facts, relationships and calculating.
SCIENCE            Plants and animals in the environment.
I.C.T.             The information around us
                   Labelling and classifying
MUSIC              Ongoing skills
                   The long and short of it - exploring duration
PSHE               Good to be me.
IPC                The world of our senses. Looking at the 5 senses and
                   how we use them to understand the world around us.
                   Day/Night – to use a variety of materials and
                   processes when working with light and dark to
                   understand the basic conditions needed for living
                   things to survive.




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YEAR 1 - SUMMER TERM

R.E.                     Easter
                         Pentecost
                         Sharing Jesus’ life
                         Following Jesus today
ENGLISH                  Poetry
                         Poems on a theme
                         Non Fiction
                         Information Texts
                         Narrative
                         Stories about fantasy Worlds
MATHS                    Counting, portioning and calculating
                         Securing Number facts and understanding shape.
                         Handling data and measures
                         Calculating, measuring and understanding shape
                         Securing number facts, relationships and calculating.
I.C.T.                   Understanding instructions and making things happen
                         Representing information graphically
MUSIC                    Ongoing skills
                         Rain, rain go away ( exploring timbre, tempo and
                         dynamics)
IPC                      Olympics – investigating past and present Olympic
                         games including lessons on history of the games,
                         location and becoming an athlete.
                         Time Detectives – identifying differences between
                         our lives and those of the past. To include
                         investigations and research using a variety of
                         methods.
PSHE                     Changes
SCIENCE                  Health and growth




For Year 1 and Year 2 we are following a 2 year topic rolling programme
            and each year will be working at their own level.




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YEAR 2 - AUTUMN TERM

R.E.              Old Testament: Stories and Prayers. Sharing in the
                  life of Jesus: Mary, the Disciples, Saints and us.
                  Advent, Christmas.
ENGLISH           Stories and poems with familiar settings.
                  Instructions. To begin using the four basic
                  handwriting joins. To write using story structure
                  about own experiences. To use the language of time
                  to structure a sequence of events. To use simple
                  poetry structures and to substitute own ideas. To read
                  and write instructions, using appropriate language.
MATHS             Numbers to 100 – count, read, write, order. Addition
                  / Subtraction, count in 2’s, 5’s, 10’s. Odd and even
                  numbers. Language of addition and subtraction –
                  problem solving strategies. Time – o’clock, half past,
                  quarter past, quarter to. Money – coin recognition,
                  addition and subtraction, use of appropriate coins.

MUSIC             Exploring duration, pulse and rhythm.
                  Christmas songs.
PE                Dance and gymnastic activities.
SCIENCE           Materials – looking at different materials and how
                  they are used.
                  Pushes/Pulls – learning all about what makes things
                  move.
I.C.T.            Creating pictures - using a graphics package to paint a
                  picture, learning how to use drawing and painting
                  tools. Writing stories: communicating information
                  using text - use a word processor to produce
                  sentences that communicate meaning (Textease
                  program).
IPC               Buildings – looking at different types of buildings
                  from around the world.
                  Investigating materials used.
                  A visit to a building museum.
                  Celebrations – looking at different celebrations
                  throughout the year and world.
P.H.S.E.          Getting on and falling out.




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YEAR 2 - SPRING TERM

R.E.              Parables, Miracles, Special Celebrations, Lent, Holy
                  Week.

ENGLISH           Stories by significant children’s authors. Information
                  books including non-chronological reports. To write
                  confidently with accurate punctuation for a variety of
                  audiences and purposes. To understand the difference
                  in writing and reading between fiction and non-
                  fiction. To make simple notes from non-fiction texts.

MATHS             Multiplication – 2, 3, 4, 5, 10 times tables. Coin
                  recognition and problem solving. Division – concept
                  of sharing, dividing by 2, 3, 4, 5. Concept of
                  grouping. Fractions – notation for ½, ¼, ¾. Finding
                  ½ or ¼ of a set of objects. Measure, shape – 2D, 3D.
                  Handling data, symmetry. Digital time.
I.C.T.            Questions and answers: develop awareness of
                  different types of questions and use ICT to answer
                  them using different types of software.


MUSIC             Exploring pitch, instruments and symbols.
IPC               The world of our senses – looking at the 5 senses and
                  how we use them to understand the world around us.
                  Day/Night – to use a variety of materials and
                  processes when working with light and dark.
                  To understand the basic conditions needed for living
                  things to survive.
SCIENCE           Health/Growth – looking after ourselves and keeping
                  healthy.
                  Plants and animals in the environment
                  – looking at different plants and animals in our
                  environment
                  - to investigate nocturnal animals.




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YEAR 2 - SUMMER TERM

R.E.                     Easter, Pentecost, Our Church, The Mass.

ENGLISH                  Traditional stories, stories and poems from other
                         cultures, stories and poems with predictable and
                         patterned language. Using dictionaries, glossaries
                         and indexes. To write stories, poems and character
                         profiles. To produce simple flow charts / diagrams
                         that explain a process. To use commas in a list.
                         Extended story writing.
MATHS                    Measure, standard measures, length, weight,
                         estimations. Addition / subtraction. Multiplication –
                         problem solving. Division – problem solving.
                         Money – change from £1, change from £5, notation
                         and coins.

I.C.T                    Routes: controlling a floor turtle - programming
                         Roamer to move around an area by using instructions.
                         Finding information: searching for information on
                         CDRoms.

MUSIC                    Exploring sounds, timbre, tempo and dynamics.
IPC                      Olympics – investigating past and present Olympic
                         games including lessons on history of the games,
                         location and becoming an athlete.
                         Time Detectives – identifying differences between
                         our lives and those of the past. To include
                         investigations and research using a variety of
                         methods.
SCIENCE                  Electricity
                         - to understand sources of electricity
                         - to understand the dangers of using electricity.
                         - to make an electrical circuit.

                         Variation – looking at the differences between all
                         living organisms, identifying and sorting into groups.




For Year 1 and Year 2 we are following a 2 year topic rolling programme
            and each year will be working at their own level.




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                     YEAR 3 - AUTUMN TERM

R.E.                   Belonging –groups we belong - the Family of God -
                       the Sacrament of Baptism. Begin FHC preparation.
                       Advent - waiting and preparing for Jesus' coming.
                       Christmas. Judaism.
ENGLISH                Stories with familiar settings. Poems to perform.
                        Non-chronological reports. Dialogue and plays.
                        Joined handwriting in a correct and fluent style.
                       Weekly spelling, reading and talk homework.
MATHS                  Read, write, order to 1000. Partition into HTU. Know
                       + and - facts for all numbers to 20. Mental addition
                       and subtraction. Derive and recall facts in 2,3,4,5,10
                       times tables. Use diagrams to sort data. Solve 1 and 2
                       step problems. Read time to nearest 5 mins on analog
                       clock. Recognise 2D and 3D shapes. Find unit
                       fractions. Know relationship between units of
                       measurement.
IPC                    1) Subject areas - History, Science, technology,
1) Inventions that     Social and international. Main themes – significant
changed the World      inventions of the last 100 years, Flight and air,
                       technology in art, developments in communication.

2) Chocolate           2) Subject areas – Art, geography, history, ICT,
                       Science, technology. Main themes – How chocolate is
                       and has been grown, harvested, manufactured and
                       sold.

I.C.T.                 Combine graphics and text to communicate
                       information.
PE                     Dance/ Swimming / Invasion Games
MUSIC                  Ongoing skills, singing etc.
                       Exploring arrangements.
VISITS                  Theatre and Synagogue




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YEAR 3 - SPRING TERM

R.E.                We listen to God's Word at Mass. The sacrament of
                    Reconciliation. Lent- growing our hearts. Holy Week - The
                    Last Supper. Easter assembly.
ENGLISH             Myths and legends. Instructions. Shape poetry and Calligrams.
                    Authors and Letters. Joined handwriting in a correct and fluent
                    style. Weekly spelling, reading and talk homework.
MATHS               Real life problems. Recognise multiple of 2,5,10.Multiply by
                    10, 100. Read scales. Know doubles and related half to 15.
                    Identify patterns and relationships. Explain processes and
                    present ideas. Position direction and movement. Right angles,
                    Reflection symmetry. Understand how a fraction is made.
IPC 1) Water        1) Subject areas - Science, ICT, technology, society and
                    geography. Main themes The water cycle, pollution, water use.

                    2) Subject areas – Art, geography, history, technology. Main
       2)Treasure   themes – How treasure is found, written about and cared for.
                    How artists have created items to be treasured.

I.C.T.              Use a database to sort and classify information.

PE                  Swimming /gymnastics/ net games.
MUSIC               Ongoing skills, singing etc.
                    Pentatonic scales.
VISITS              The Sewage Works




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YEAR 3 - SUMMER TERM

R.E.                         We listen to God's Word at Mass. God’s Greatest Gift
                             – We celebrate First Holy Communion. Pentecost.
                             Prayer - Giving thanks.
ENGLISH                      Adventure and mystery stories. Language play.
                             Information texts. Joined handwriting in a correct and
                             fluent style. Weekly spelling, reading and talk
                             homework.
MATHS                        Round numbers to the nearest 10/100. Derive quickly
                             all pairs of multiples of 5 with a total of 100 (e.g.
                             35=65). Add/subtract HTU. Division with
                             remainders. Develop written methods. Organise and
                             interpret data. Inverse operations to check
                             calculations. Find unit fractions of numbers. Real life
                             problem-solving.
IPC 1) Explorers and         1) Subject areas - History, geography, art, music.
       adventurers           Main themes – Explorers and adventurers of the past,
                             routes and maps, adventurous artist s and music.

2) Paintings, pictures and   2) Subject areas – Art, geography, history, ICT,
   photographs               Science, music. Main themes – Materials and
                             techniques in art, art through technology, light and
                             shadows.

I.C.T.                       Exploring simulations. Email.
MUSIC                        Ongoing skills, singing etc.
                             Exploring sound colours.
PE                           Striking and fielding games/ swimming / athletics
VISITS                       Art Gallery




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YEAR 4 - AUTUMN TERM

R.E.                      Creation and the story of Abraham through to Joseph
                          Jesus teaches us how to pray
                          Advent
                          Christmas
ENGLISH                   Stories with historical settings
                          Poetry
                          Creating images
                          Stories set in imaginary worlds
                          Recounts – newspapers/ magazines
MATHS                     Continuous throughout year tables / number patterns
                          Counting partitioning and calculating
                          Securing number facts and understanding 2D/3D shape
                          Handling data and measures
                          Calculating, measuring and understanding shape
                          Relationships and calculating shape.
IPC Health and Fitness    Look at the effect of exercise on the body. Look at the
                          effect of dirt and its impact. Know the function of the
                          skeleton, muscles and heart.
The Olympics              The impact of the Olympic Games past to present day.
They made a difference to Important people who have had an impact on our lives.
our lives.
I.C.T.                    Review combining texts and graphics
                          Writing for different audiences
                          Write stories for Foundation
PE                        Invasion Games – football
                          Dance
                          Invasion games - netball
                          Gymnastics
                          Swimming
                          Net and Wall Games – King Penguin
MUSIC                     The class orchestra
D.T.                      Story Books
PSHE                      Feelings and Relationships




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YEAR 4 - SPRING TERM

R.E.                Jesus light of the World and beloved Son
                    Old Testament – Moses and King David
                    Lent
                    Holy Week
ENGLISH             Stories From other Cultures
                    Information Texts
                    Explanation
MATHS               Continuous throughout year tables / number patterns
                    Counting partitioning and calculating
                    Securing number facts and understanding 2D/3D shape
                    Handling data and measures
                    Calculating, measuring and understanding shape
                    Relationships and calculating shape.
IPC Active Planet   To understand and know about earthquakes, tsunamis
                    and volcanoes.
I.C.T.              Developing repeated patterns
                    Modelling effects on screen
ART                 Journeys
PE                  Swimming
                    Net/Wall tennis skills
                    Dance
                    Athletics
                    Gymnastics
                    Invasion games - hockey/netball football
MUSIC               Ongoing skills
                    Dragon scales / Animal magic.
PSHE                Rights and Responsibilities




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YEAR 4 - SUMMER TERM

R.E.              Easter
                  Pentecost
                  Sharing in the life of Christ
                  Special roles and responsibilities
ENGLISH           WW2
                  Persuasive texts
                  Stories which raise issues and dilemma
                  Plays
                  Poetry - exploring form
MATHS             Continuous throughout year tables / number patterns
                  Counting partitioning and calculating
                  Securing number facts and understanding 2D/3D
                  shape
                  Handling data and measures
                  Calculating, measuring and understanding shape
                  Relationships and calculating shape.
IPC Rainforests   Habitats – local to biomes of the world
    Habitats      Rainforest Destruction – to saving and protecting
    Visual
Representation
I.C.T.            Branching Databases
                  Collecting and presenting information: questionnaires
                  and pie charts
PE                Invasion striking / fielding
                  Rounders / cricket
                  Net/Wall – tennis
                  Swimming
                  Athletics
MUSIC             Ongoing skills unit
                  Painting with Sound
PSHE              Rules and Laws




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YEAR 5 - AUTUMN TERM

R.E.              Creation.
                  Miracles and the Sacrament of the Sick.
                  Advent.
                  Christmas.
ENGLISH           Narrative 1 - Novels and Stories by significant
                  children’s authors
                  Narrative 2 - Traditional stories, fables myths and
                  legends
                  Non fiction 1 - Writing Instructions
                  Poetry 1 - Poetic Style
MATHS             Graphs and Diagrams - Data Handling Averages
                  Place value/ decimals and counting in steps
                  Addition / Subtraction of decimals
                  Doubling and halving
                  Multiples and factors
                  Multiplying and dividing 10, 100, 1000
                  Patterns in numbers / Weight and length
                  Rounding / Shape 2D 3D
                  Negative numbers
IPC               The world around us:
                  Forces
                  Magnetism
                  Energy sources
                  Electricity
                  Light and sound
I.C.T.            Word Processing
                  Introduction of Spreadsheets - EXCEL
PE                Invasion Games – netball, football.
                  Team games – basketball, hockey
                  Swimming
                  Indoor Athletics
MUSIC             Cyclic patterns, rhythm and pulse, exploring sounds.
PSHE              Personal Development / Communities / Protective
                  Behaviours
                  Social Cohesion – the Local Dimension – the
                  environment of Studley.




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YEAR 5 - SPRING TERM

R.E.               Baptism
                   Parables
                   Lent
                   Holy Week. Easter
ENGLISH            Narrative 3 Stories from other Countries
                   Non Fiction 2 Reports and Explanations
                   Poetry 2 - Choral and Performance poetry
                   Narrative 4 - Older literature
MATHS              Data handling - Graphs and diagrams
                   One and two step number problems all four number
                   rules
                   Calculator work
                   Symmetry and Shape
                   Mental strategies / estimating
                   Refining pencil and paper methods
                   Fraction, decimals and %
                   Coordinates and angles
                   Area perimeter measuring
IPC                Black Gold:
                   How oil is made and where it comes from
                   Environmental issues
                   Renewable and non-renewable energy

                   Myths, legends and beliefs:
                   Stories from around the world
                   How artists depict myths and legends
                   The art of ancient Egypt
I.C.T.             Evaluating Information checking accuracy and
                   questioning plausibility
                   Analysing data and asking question using complex
                   searches
PE                 Gymnastics Swimming
                   Dance
                   Netball/ Volleyball/ Basketball
PSHE               Choices / Feelings and relationships
                   Social Cohesion – The UK Dimension (Religions of
                   the UK) Islam




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YEAR 5 - SUMMER TERM

R.E.              Easter, Pentecost. Work of the Apostles. Marriage and
                  Holy Orders.

ENGLISH           Poetry 2 – Classic and Narrative poetry
                  Non Fiction 3 - Persuasive Writing
                  Narrative 5 Film Narrative
                  Narrative 6 Dramatic Conventions
MATHS             Continuation of number work – decimals percentages.
                  Prime / square / triangular numbers.
                  Powers/roots. Measurement conversions.
                  More data handling - bar / pie / line graphs.
                  Venn diagrams.
                  Time
                  Curve and trend graphs. Straight-line graphs.
                  Ratio and Scale
                  General problem solving
                  Continuing mental strategies
IPC               Leading the world:
                  Different types of government
                  Governments and international organisations
                  Significant world leaders past and present
                  Empires and revolutions

                  The big picture:
                  How historical time can be measured and recorded
                  Events in different times and cultures
                  Where in the world history took place
                  How history can be told through art
I.C.T.            Controlling Devices (Flowol) Graphic Modelling ,
                  Monitoring environmental conditions and changes
                  Podium (manipulating sound)
PE                Cricket and Rounders
                  Athletics and Tennis
                  Swimming
MUSIC             Ongoing skills
                  Stars hide in your eyes
PSHE              Rules and Laws
                  Personal Development
                  Social Cohesion – International Dimension – South
                  American Country (changes annually).




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YEAR 6 - AUTUMN TERM

R.E               The story of The People of God. Followers of Christ.
                  Advent. Christmas.
ENGLISH           Biography and Autobiography. Fiction Genres.
                  Journalistic writing. Poetry.
MATHS             Solving multi-step problems involving number, money
                  or measures. Ordering, partitioning and rounding
                  decimals to three places. Handling data. Multiplication,
                  division, addition and subtraction using written, mental
                  and calculator methods. Angles. Coordinates. Area and
                  Perimeter. Metric unit conversions.
SCIENCE            Interdependence and adaptation. How we see things.
                  Forces in action.
PE                Swimming. Invasion games. Indoor Athletics. Dance.
ART               Study of L S Lowry and painting in style
I.C.T             Using the internet to search large databases and
                  interpret information. Spread sheet modelling
IPC               Rivers: locating rivers and river features. Rivers in
                  ancient history. The Water Cycle. Bridge building and
                  design
MUSIC             Roundabout - Exploring rounds
PSHE              New beginnings
                  Getting on and falling out
SOCIAL COHESION   World Religion




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YEAR 6 - SPRING TERM

R.E                Lent. Belonging To The Church Community. Prayers
                   in the Lives in the Followers of Christ. Holy Week.
                   Preparation for Confirmation.
ENGLISH            Short Stories with Flashbacks. Non-fiction-
                   Argument. Preparation for SATS –Fiction and non-
                   fiction revision.
MATHS              Properties of number and shapes. Mental methods;
                   multiplication and division methods applied to
                   decimals. Representing a problem using calculations,
                   symbols, formulae, diagrams. Classifying 3D and 2D
                   shapes, including quadrilaterals. Multiples, factors,
                   primes and prime factors. Tables. Squares of
                   numbers. Tests of divisibility. Data handling. Using
                   ICT. Finding the mode, median, range and mean.
                   Probability and finding outcomes from data.
                   Estimating and measuring. Metric units, conversions.
                   Comparing readings form scales.
SCIENCE            Changing Circuits. More About Dissolving.
IPC                What Price Progress?
                   Types of Technology- now and in the future. How
                   does technology help us? Inventions and discoveries
                   of the past. Famous people whose ideas caused social
                   change. Our local area in the past.
                   The Natural World
                   Different regions and localities of the world. Climate.
                   Maps and map skills. Extreme weather and climate
                   change. Local and global environmental issues.
PE                 Swimming. Gymnastics. Invasion games. Striking
                   games
ART                What A Performance
I.C.T              Controlling and Sensing. Controlling and Monitoring.
MUSIC              Songwriter - Exploring lyrics and melody
HISTORY            How did life change in our locality in Victorian
                   times?
PSHE               Going for goals. Good to be me
SOCIAL COHESION    The local dimension- local history of Studley




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YEAR 6 - SUMMER TERM

R.E               Easter. Pentecost. Baptism and Confirmation.
                  Celebrations.
ENGLISH           Revision for SATS-Poetry. Formal/impersonal
                  writing. Extending narrative-quest stories. Authors
                  and Texts-keeping reading journals.
MATHS             Solving multi-step problems with integers and
                  decimals and fractions and percentages. Simplifying,
                  ordering fractions. Equivalent fractions, decimals,
                  percentages. Fractions and percentages of quantities.
                  Solving direct proportion problems. Mental methods
                  and mental methods to include decimals.
IPC               Location
                  Tourism and its impact on local and national
                  locations. Creating a tour of the location and
                  marketing of holidays.
                  They See The World Like This
                  How Artists see the world – impressionism and pop
                  art. How ICT can help us research, record and
                  perform. Creating and performing dance.
SCIENCE            Reversible and Irreversible Change. Microbes
PE                Swimming. Striking/fielding games. Athletics.
ART               People In Action. Impressionism and Pop Art- Andy
                  Warhol
I.C.T             Multimedia Presentation.
DT                Bread making
MUSIC             Who knows? - Exploring musical processes
PSHE              Relationships
                  Changes
SOCIAL COHESION   International dimension




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