AUTUMN 1 AUTUMN 2 SPRING 1 SPRING 2 SUMMER 1 SUMMER 2 SCIENCE 3C: Character of 3E: Magnets & Springs 3A: Teeth & Eating 3D: Rocks & Soils 3B: Helping Plants Grow 3F: Light & Shadows Materials Well (Pred/plan/interpret/ (Plan/bar charts etc./ (Fair test/meas/comp. (Record/obs/meas/ (Plan/variable/fair conclude) evaluate) & conclude) (Plan/meas/eval/ conclude) test/conclude) conclude) Identify uses of common Understand Describe a balanced diet Name characteristics of Plants provide food/ How shadows are formed/ materials/ suitability for force/direction/describe for humans/ looking after rocks/ purpose of rocks/ plants need light water describe how a shadow purpose/make direction of forces teeth/ suggest questions rock origins/ recognise an and warmth to grow well/ changes during the course measurements of length between magnets/classify about diet/ observe and unfair test/ measure time make careful of the day/ predictions using standard units/fair magnetic and non- present results using bar and volume of water/ draw measurements of height about shadows/ make testing. magnetic charts and tables. conclusions from of plants/ recognise need observations and materials/explain how to experiment. to use more than one plant measurements in shadows. make a simple fair to provide reliable test/draw conclusions. evidence. I.C.T 2C: Finding Information 3A: Combining 3B: Manipulating Sound 3E: Email 3C: Intro to Databases 3D: Exploring Simulations Google/Internet Text/Graphics Outlook Express Information Magic Lego Dacta Explorer/Espresso Word/Clip 2 Compose Kar2ouche Art/Espresso/Internet/D Sam Linton I simulation K Clipart and I worksheet on shared area in her folder D.T 3A: Packaging 3B: Sandwich Snacks 3C: Moving Monsters 3D: Photograph Frames Investigate a range of Select sandwich Understand a simple Understand ways in which packaging/ evaluate ingredients for a purpose/ pneumatic system/ design structures can be made packaging against original combine ingredients to and make a model monster stable/ recognise design criteria. create a sandwich/ with at least one part conflicting demands on Understand how 3D evaluate sandwich for controlled by a pneumatic structure/ design, make shapes can be constructed original purpose/ system in conjunction with and evaluate a free from nets and make 3D understand balanced plate simple levers to control standing photo frame. shapes from nets. and apply to sandwich. movement. HISTORY What can we find out Why have people invaded Why have people invaded about Ancient Egypt from & settled in Britain in the & settled in Britain in the what has survived? past? A Roman Case Study past? A Roman Case Study Divide past into periods/ features of life in Ancient Why people settle in Know aspects of life in Egypt/ Identify some of another country/ ask and Celtic and Roman Britain/ the different ways the answer question about present info using appt past is events related to Roman terminology. represented/research Britain/ Boudicca’s artefacts. Revolt/ know that an event can be interpreted in different ways. GEOGRAPHY Investigating the Improving the Village Settlers Local Area Local Area Identify early settlement Describe a range of Account for own views patterns/ links between physical and human about environment/ established settlements features of their locality/ recognise that other and present landscape/ use appt geographical people may think draw maps/ understand terms/ make observations differently/ identify how that places are connected and identify patterns people affect the to one another. about the area/ identify environment/ ask and environmental concerns respond to geographical use first and secondary questions/ offer own sources. ideas/ use range of simple equipment, maps resources/ carry out tasks. ART 3A: Portraying 3B: Investigating Pattern Relationships Explore how shape & Collect info about people colour can be combined to & use it to make a double make patterns. Collect portrait to communicate examples & experiment that relationship. with stenciling & print Experiment with a variety making techniques. of painting techniques. Comment/suggest Comment/suggest improvements for each improvements for each other. other. MUSIC Exploring descriptive Exploring rhythmic Exploring Exploring pentatonic Exploring scales Exploring singing Y3 sounds. patterns. arrangements. scales using recorder games -how to use musical -repeated patterns -how they are used in -begin learning -sing and play a Music Express elements and -rhythmic notations: -about musical music recorder range of singing Scheme movement crotchets, quavers, accompaniments -how simple tunes -learning scale games & effectively. crotchet rests -explore melodic are based on progressions for c, g, -clap pulse and create QCA Combined -how the match -compose rhythm phrases pentatonic scales major (doh-soh) rhythm ostinati sound and movement patterns using -explore rhythm -create different -learn simple -make up tunes to -to combine elements ostinati patterns, textures using melodies on recorder own singing and add effectively present and perform pentatonic scales actions/instrument -create class accompaniments performance where appropriate P.E Transference of Body Rolling & Bouncing Body Shape & Balance 1 Striking Skills – Hockey Body Shape & Balance 2 Athletics Weight Throwing & Catching – Striking – Kicking Striking – Hands & Bats Throwing & Catching Swimming Rugby Swimming Swimming Swimming Swimming Swimming R.E Christianity: Christianity: Buddhism: Buddhism: Sikhism: Sikhism: The Bible: Christian Place of The Buda and Buddhist The Buddhist Community: Sikh - Special places: The Gurus: Source book for Christian Worship: Teachings: Intro to the community. The golden temple. 10 human Gurus. beliefs. Diff places of worship. The story of the Buddha’s What a faith community When/where worship. Beliefs taught through Old and new Testament. Special Ceremonies e.g. life. is. Symbols. Guru Granth Sahib weddings. What do Buddhist believe. PERSONAL & SOCIAL Collaboration Taking Responsibility Self-Esteem Respect Communication Making Decisions Identify and adapt rules, Consequences, being safe Strengths, celebrating How are we all different? Celebrating feelings, Conscious decisions, friendship gro7ups, in area, conservation, achievement, aims, Stereotypes, recycle, gestures, expressions, hygiene, dealing with making positive comments, democracy, knowing needs, physical and emotional bullying, multi-culture, active listening, challenges, being safe taking turns, co-operation, school buddies. needs, control feelings, belonging to a religious confidence to contribute, outside, compromise, I bullying and friendships Links to SEAL coping with mistakes. group. questioning language, have a choice. Links to SEAL . Heading R- Knowing Links to SEAL Links to SEAL symbols, labels sings and Links to SEAL . Heading G- Seeing myself .Heading M- I can tell . Heading G- Seeing displays. . Heading G- Resolving something from someone you things i am good at. something from someone Links to SEAL conflict elses point of view . Heading M- I can elses point of view. . Heading G- Friendship . Heading M- Managing . Heading G- Friendship recognise when I find . Heading G- I can tell my feelings . Heading M- i can something difficult and you lots of ways to give choose to act assertively do something abou it. friendship tokens to . Heading M- Managing other people. my feelings - Anger. . Heading R- I can understand how I might hurt others. PSHE key: SEAL Links G= Getting on and falling out M=Good to Me R= Relationships SUGGESTED LITERACY LINKS – example: NLS – Poems based on observation and senses Autumn Term Geography – Investigating Rivers (Links can be made with The Egyptians – The Nile) 1 Trip to the Thames (river walk) 2 Poetry based around the visit SUGGESTED LITERACY LINKS – example: The non-fiction element/focus in each term should be linked to the science topics, e.g. Ourselves: (signs, labels, captions, lists, instructions) 1 To write lists of likes/dislikes 2 To write instructions for getting dressed, cleaning teeth etc.