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Curriculum Overview

Parkhill Infants' School

Curriculum Overview 2017-18 Year 1

Year 1

AUTUMN TERM

SPRING TERM

SUMMER TERM

 

Topic:    HOMES

Topic: LIVING THINGS

Topic:     WATER

English

 

 

 

 

 

Stories with familiar settings

Sequencing

Information Texts

Descriptions

Comprehension

Analysis of texts

Poetry

Recounts

Stories from a range of cultures

Inferencing characters

Predicting

 

Phonics: Phase 4 and 5

Jolly Grammar

See detailed Planning sheets

Traditional stories and fairy tales

Poetry and limerick 

Description of settings

Comparisons

Lists

Book Reviews

Information texts

Extended stories

Instructions

Stories from a range of cultures/predictable patterned language

 

Phonics: Phase 4 and 5

Jolly Grammar

See detailed Planning sheets

Stories with familiar settings

Predictions

Instructions

Descriptions

Information texts

Poetry

Inferencing texts

Labels, lists and captions

Extended writing

 

Phonics: Phase 4 and 5

Jolly Grammar

See detailed Planning sheets

Mathematics

 

 

 

 

 

NUMBER: Number and place value, counting. number names, ordering, addition, subtraction.

 

GEOMETRY:  recognise and name 2-D and 3-D shapes, repeating patterns

 

DATA HANDLING: Ask question, display results, record information.

 

PROBLEM SOLVING:

Using doubles, non standard measurement, patterns

 

Consolidation Block

NUMBER: Read/write numerals to 20 and beyond in words /numerals, place value in two-digit numbers, 1/10 more than/less than, recall doubles to 10, addition and subtraction, counting in multiples of 2, 5, 10, odd/even, problem solving, division and multiplication, recognise halves/whole

 

MEASUREMENT:

Length/Height – practical problems using appropriate vocabulary, estimate, measure and record, use 30cm ruler

Weight and volume – compare describe measure record weight and volume of objects, use scales

 

 

Consolidation Block

 

NUMBER: 1/10 more than/less than a number; read/write numbers 1-20 in numerals/words; place value/counting to 100; use +, -, = signs; counting in multiples of 2, 5, 10; division & multiplication through grouping; doubling

Number fractions: ( ½  ¼) or an object, shape, length or quantity; 

 

MEASUREMENT:

Money (1) – coin recognition and value,  solve problems involving money

Time (1) - Measure and record time.  Tell the time to hour and ½ hour.

 

Geometry: words relating to direction and position; 2D/3D shapes in real life

 

Problem Solving: Using multiplication and division

Money (2) - counting in 1's and 2's, addition.

Time (2) - Hour, half past, language relating to dates and chronological order.

 

Consolidation Block

 

 

Year 1

AUTUMN TERM

SPRING TERM

SUMMER TERM

 

Topic:   HOMES

Topic: LIVING THINGS

Topic:     WATER

Science

 

 

 

 

Every Day Materials

 

SEASONAL CHANGES: Autumn/Winter

Animals Including humans

 

Plants

SEASONAL CHANGES: Spring/Summer

 

Scientists and Inventors

Art and Design

 

 

 

Colour Creations

  • Favourite colours
  • Primary colours
  • Mixing Colours
  • Light and Dark
  • Robert Delauney

Self Portrait

  • Investigation portraits
  • Object Meaning
  • Sketching Skills
  • Mirror Image
  • Colour My Mood
  • Sculpture Portraits

Paper Art

  • Exploring Paper
  • Collage
  • Stained Glass
  • Paper Beads
  • Papier Maché
  • Paper Sculptures

Henri Rousseau

  • His Life and Work
  • Skills and Techniques
  • Portrait - Landscape
  • Using our imagination
  • Jungle Animals

Earth Art

  • Painting on Rocks
  • Stick Sculptures
  • Leaf Animals
  • Weaving

 

Andy Goldsworthy 

  • Colours and materials
  • Paths and Walls
  • Circles and Spirals
  • Sculptures
  • Reflection

 

Computing

E-Safety: Use technology safely and how to keep personal information private, use of IT beyond school.

Digital Literacy: Portraits (link to Art and Design) to use "2paint a picture" program to create a picture and to use editing tools to improve a picture.

Computer Science:  to give instructions to my friend and follow their instructions to move around.

To be able to describe what happens when I press buttons on a robot

To press the buttons in the correct order to make my robot do what I want

To plan instructions to guide a programmable toy

E-Safety Day - Tuesday 5th February 2019

 

Communication & Network (link to Literacy) - Introduce to Clicker 5 -  a talking word processor and word bank combined.  To use 2type to practice keyboard skills.

To explore the Shift key to give different inputs e.g. Exclamation Mark and the Number 1 are on the same key.

To use the correct fingers on the keyboard including the home row (centre row on the keyboard).

 

Multimedia - 

To create a flip book with sequenced picutres which will create a moving image when flicked.

To create a short animation using the sequenced pictures

To create a background for the Flip Book and Animation

 

E-SAFETY  

to tell an adult when I see something unexpected or worrying online.

 

To talk about why it's important to be kind and polite. 

 

To recognise age appropriate content

 

DATA HANDLING: (link to Maths) learn how to use 2Count or Pictogram to present collected information.

To enter information into a graphing package. 

To use a graphing package to select appropriate icons, recognise quantities and create a pictogram.

To talk about what the pictogram shows.

 

Design and Technology

 

 

 

 

GENERAL; Develop knowledge, understanding & skills of design & making

DESIGN: a pizza – draw and talk about their ideas (Focus: Food)

MAKE: use of tools & equipment

EVALUATE: outcomes

TECHNICAL KNOWLEDGE: use of appropriate vocabulary

 

GENERAL; Develop knowledge, understanding & skills of design & making

DESIGN:–  an animal puppet with moving parts - draw and talk about their ideas

MAKE: use of tools & equipment

EVALUATE: outcomes

TECHNICAL KNOWLEDGE: use of appropriate vocabulary

GENERAL; Develop knowledge, understanding & skills of design &making

DESIGN: A moving picture – draw and talk about their ideas (Focus: Mechanisms)

MAKE: use of tools & equipment

EVALUATE: outcomes

TECHNICAL KNOWLEDGE: use of appropriate vocabulary

Year 1

AUTUMN TERM

SPRING TERM

SUMMER TERM

 

Topic:   HOMES

Topic

Topic:     WATER

Geography

 

 

 

 

Our school and local area

GENERAL:  Use subject specific vocabulary and skills, develop knowledge about the world, UK, locality.

LOCATIONAL KNOWLEDGE: Write address and locate on map, pictograms.

PLACE KNOWLEDGE: Pictures of locality

HUMAN & PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY: Weather and Seasonal Changes

GEOGRAPHICAL SKILLS AND FIELDWORK: Maps of local features, safety.

 

 

 

 

Our Country

GENERAL: Use specific vocabulary and skills,develop knowledge abut the world, UK, locality.

LOCATIONAL KNOWLEDGE: name, locate and identify characteristics of the 4 UK countries and capital cities.

PLACE KNOWLEDGE: Know where the 4 countries that make the UK are; comparison of London and Brasilia

HUMAN & PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY: Weather and Seasonal Changes

GEOGRAPHICAL SKILLS AND FIELDWORK: Make a map.  Safety

Beside the Seaside:

GENERAL: Use subject specific vocabulary and skills, develop knowledge about the world, UK, locality.

LOCATIONAL KNOWLEDGE: name, locate and identify characteristics of the 4 UK Countries and Capital Cities; locate where the coasts are on the map.

HUMAN & PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY: Use geographical vocabulary to refer to physical features re. water and human features.  

GEOGRAPHICAL SKILLS AND FIELDWORK: devise a simple map and construct and use a key.

 

History

 

 

 

 

 

The Gunpowder Plot

Toys

Great Explorers

Music

 

Charanga Music Scheme of Work

 

Rhythm In The Way We Walk and The Banana Rap

 

Use voices expressively and creatively, play tuned and untuned instruments, listen to live and recorded music, create, select and combine sounds.

DEVELOP SINGING SKILLS

EXPLORING SOUNDS

 

Charanga Music Scheme of Work

 

 

In The Groove

 

 

Use voices expressively and creatively, play tuned and untuned instruments, listen to live and recorded music, create, select and combine sounds.

DEVELOP SINGING SKILLS

EXPLORING PULSE AND RHYTHM

Charanga Music Scheme of Work

Your Imagination

Reflect, Rewind and Replay

 

Use voices expressively and creatively, play tuned and untuned instruments, listen to live and recorded music, create, select and combine sounds.

DEVELOP SINGING SKILLS

EXPLORING DURATION AND INSTRUMENTS

 

Year 1

AUTUMN TERM

SPRING TERM

SUMMER TERM

 

Topic:   HOMES

Topic

Topic:     WATER

P.E.     

 

 

 

 

 

DANCE

Responding to stimuli

Shape and pattern

Expressing ideas through dance

 

GAMES

Large ball skills and games

Parachute games

Team games

 

GYMNASTICS

Flight – jumping, bouncing, landing

Points and Patches

Agility and coordination

DANCE

Performing rhythmic patterns

Creating a dance

Communicating observing discussing

 

GAMES

Throwing, catching, aiming games Parachute games

Team Games

 

GYMNASTICS

Rocking and Rolling

Wide, narrow, curled

Agility and coordination

DANCE

Perform dance actions in varying speeds, directions and pathways

 

GAMES

Bat and ball games (partner)

Skipping and Parachute games

Team Games

 

GYMNASTICS

Developing skills

Agility and coordination

 

PSHE

 

 

 

 

 

RIGHTS RESPECTING SCHOOL

Jigsaw Scheme of work units:

Being me in my World

Celebrating Difference

RIGHTS RESPECTING SCHOOL

Jigsaw Scheme of work units:

Dreams and Goals

Healthy Me

 

RIGHTS RESPECTING SCHOOL

Jigsaw Scheme of work units:

Relationships

Changing Me

 

R.E

 

 

 

 

 

Celebration, Festival & Community

 

What can we learn from Creation Stories?

What festivals do different religions celebrate?

Celebration, Festival & Community

 

Who is a Christian and what do they believe?

How do religions celebrate the birth of a baby?

Celebration, Festival & Community

 

What ways are a Church/Mosque  important to believers? (Mosque focus)

Who is a Christian and what do they believe?

 

 

 

Parkhill Infants' School

Curriculum Overview 2017-18 Year 2

 

 

 

Year 2

AUTUMN TERM

SPRING TERM

SUMMER TERM

 

Topic:    CHOCOLATE

Topic: HEALTHY LIVING

Topic:     THE WORLD

English

 

 

 

 

 

Stories with familiar settings

Poetry

Information texts

Inference - character monologues

Description of settings

Informal Letter Writing

Empathising with character - inferencing

Prediction

Alternative Endings

Sharing personal experiences

 

Phonics: Revise Phase 5,  Phase 6

Jolly Grammar

See detailed Planning sheets

Stories from other cultures

Information texts

Poetry

Empathy inferencing

Prediction

Comparisons

Comprehension

Making links to experiences

Explanations

 

 

 

 

 

 

Phonics: Revise Phase 5,  Phase 6

Jolly Grammar

See detailed Planning sheets

Traditional tales and fairy tales

Comprehension

Descriptions

Predictions

Making Links between texts

Retelling stories

Inferencing Images

Information texts

Stories by the same author

Extended stories

 

 

 

 Phonics: Revise Phase 5,  Phase 6

See detailed Planning sheets

Mathematics

 

 

 

 

 

NUMBER – place value, count in tens (forward and backward), ordering 0-100

- Addition/Subtraction (including inverse relationship).

 

 

MEASUREMENT:

Money - use symbols, £, p, combine amounts to make a value, find different combinations of coins, problem solving, giving change.

Number:  Multiply/divide, multiplication as repeated addition, fractions, 2 and 5 times tables.

 

Consolidation Block

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

NUMBER – count in steps of 3 (forwards/backwards), ordering 0-100 (write in numerals & words), addition/subtraction (including inverse relationship), doubles, 2,5,10 times tables, fractions.

 

MEASUREMENT:

Mass/weight – standard measures, convert kilograms to grams, use litres and mls (convert)

Money Use symbols £, p, combine amounts to make a value, find different combinations of coins, problem solving giving change.

 

STATISTICS - block graphs; simple tables, pictograms

 

GEOMETRY – identify/describe properties of 2D shapes, draw using a straight edge, compass directions.

 

NUMBER - Fractions - finding ½, ¼ and 1/5th of a shape and a number. 

 

MEASUREMENT:

Length and height - measuring using cms, meters, use >, < and =, convert metres to centimetres.

 

Consolidation Block

 

GEOMETRY - use vocabulary to describe position, direction and movement, rotation; clockwise and anti-clockwise turns, directions to navigate a course.

 

PROBLEM SOLVING:  Using multiplication/ division, explain how problem was solved, work systematically using a pattern.

 

MEASUREMENT:

Time – intervals of time, tell the time, know minutes in hour / hours in day

Length / Height – use and convert appropriate measures

Volume & capacity – use and convert appropriate measures

Mass & weight – use and convert appropriate measures

 

Consolidation Block

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Year 2

AUTUMN TERM

SPRING TERM

SUMMER TERM

 

Topic:    CHOCOLATE

Topic: HEALTHY LIVING

Topic:     THE WORLD

Science

 

 

 

 

Uses of Everyday Materials

 

The Environment

 

 

Living Things and their Habitats

 

Animals including Humans

 

Plants

 

 

Scientists and Inventors

 

Art and Design

 

 

 

African Art

  • Africa's Shapes, colours and patterns
  • Maasai Jewellery and Culture
  • African Masks
  • African Sunsets
  • African Water Jars

 

Sparks and Flames

  • The light in the dark
  • The colour of fire
  • Immense Inferno
  • Looking through the arches
  • Putting out the fire

Guiseppe Arcimboldo

  • Who was Arcimboldo?
  • The Four Seasons
  • The Four Elements
  • Flowers
  • Animals

 

 

Super Sculptures

  • Anthony Gormley
  • Henry Moore
  • Barbara Hepworth
  • Alexander Calder
  • Dale Chihuly

 

 

Can buildings speak?

  • Hidden Shapes
  • View Finders
  • Recording Rubbings
  • Designing Tiles
  • Building Murals

 

Animal Art

  • British Wildlife
  • African Adventures
  • Asian Elephants
  • Australian Animals
  • South American Rainforests
  • North American Animals
  • In the Antarctic

Computing

E-SAFETY: Use technology safely and how to keep personal information private, use of IT beyond school.

 

Digital Literacy: Children to use 2paint a picture to draw a story background

To use a variety of tools to create a story background

 

Computer Science: Routes - Controlling a floor turtle

Children to understand what algorithms are, how implemented & that programs execute by following precise instructions.

 

 

 

 

 

E-SAFETY DAY- Tuesday 5th February 2019

 

FINDING INFORMATION FROM THE INTERNET: Famous people

See scheme of work

 

DATA HANDLING: Using graphs to answer questions (Use technology purposefully)

See scheme of work

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

E-SAFETY; Use technology safely and how to keep personal information private, use of IT beyond school.  Children identify and explore different features of an informational website.

 

Children understand that not everyone will rate a website in the same way.

 

Computer Network -writing stories (link to Literacy).

Children learn how to use a combination of a clicker grid and keyboard to write, edit, save and retrieve.

Children format text in a document e.g. Bold, Underline and Italics.

Children send a simple email to the class teacher.

 

 

AUTUMN TERM

SPRING TERM

SUMMER TERM

 

Topic:    CHOCOLATE

Topic: HEALTHY LIVING

Topic:     THE WORLD

Design and Technology

 

 

 

 

GENERAL; Develop knowledge, understanding & skills of design & making

DESIGN: Suitable packaging for a chocolate bar – draw and talk about their ideas (Focus: Food)

MAKE: use of tools & equipment

EVALUATE: outcomes

TECHNICAL KNOWLEDGE: use of appropriate vocabulary

 

 

 

GENERAL; Develop knowledge, understanding & skills of design & making

 

DESIGN: A book with moving pictures – draw and talk about their ideas (Focus: Mechanisms)

MAKE: use of tools & equipment

EVALUATE: outcomes

TECHNICAL KNOWLEDGE: use of appropriate vocabulary

 

 

 

GENERAL; Develop knowledge, understanding & skills of design & making

 

DESIGN: A bag  – draw and talk about their ideas (Focus: textiles)

A shelter – draw and talk about their ideas (Focus: Structures)

MAKE: use of tools & equipment

EVALUATE: outcomes

TECHNICAL KNOWLEDGE: use of appropriate vocabulary

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Geography

 

 

 

 

Sensational Safari

GENERAL: Use subject-specific vocabulary and skills, develop knowledge about the world, UK, locality - in particular African and Ghana.

LOCATIONAL KNOWLEDGE: name and locate the continents and oceans relating to coca production and journey to UK; focus on the continent of Africa

PLACE KNOWLEDGE: Location of Africa and Ghana within the continent.

HUMAN & PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY: identify daily weather patterns comparing UK and Cocoa growing regions.  Use key vocabulary.  Comparison of life in Ghana and life in London.

GEOGRAPHICAL SKILLS AND FIELDWORK: use world maps, atlases and globes.

 

Wonderful Weather

GENERAL: Use subject-specific vocabulary and skills, develop knowledge about the world, UK, locality.

LOCATIONAL KNOWLEDGE: name, locate and identify characteristics of the 4 countries and capital cities of the UK and its surrounding seas.

PLACE KNOWLEDGE: Types of food grown in the UK and contrasting non-European country.

HUMAN & PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY: identify daily weather patterns in the UK; location of hot and cold areas in relation to the equator, North and South poles. 

GEOGRAPHICAL SKILLS AND FIELDWORK: use world maps, photographs.

 

 

 

 

 

What a Wonderful World

GENERAL: Use subject specific vocabulary and skills, develop knowledge about the world, UK, locality.

LOCATIONAL KNOWLEDGE: name and locate the world’s 7 continents and 5 oceans.

PLACE KNOWLEDGE: understand geographical similarities and differences when comparing a UK location with contrasting non European country.

HUMAN & PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY: use geographical vocabulary  to refer to physical and human features.b

GEOGRAPHICAL SKILLS AND FIELDWORK:  create a Journey map relating to a school visit.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Year 2

AUTUMN TERM

SPRING TERM

SUMMER TERM

 

Topic:    CHOCOLATE

Topic: HEALTHY LIVING

Topic:     THE WORLD

History

 

 

 

 

 

The Great Fire of London

Nurturing Nurses - Florence Nightingale, Mary Seacole, Edith Cavell

Travel and Transport

Music

 

Charanga Music Scheme of Work

Hands, Feet, Heart

 

 

Use voices expressively and creatively, play tuned and untuned instruments, listen to live and recorded music, create, select and combine sounds.

 

DEVELOP SINGING SKILLS

EXPLORING PITCH

 

 

 

Charanga Music Scheme of Work

 

I Wanna Play In A Band

 

 

 

Use voices expressively and creatively, play tuned and untuned instruments, listen to live and recorded music, create, select and combine sounds.

 

DEVELOP SINGING SKILLS

EXPLORING INSTRUMENTS AND SYMBOLS

Charanga Music Scheme of Work

 

Friendship Song

Reflect, Rewind and Replay

 

 

 

Use voices expressively and creatively, play tuned and untuned instruments, listen to live and recorded music, create, select and combine sounds.

 

DEVELOP SINGING SKILLS

EXPLORING TIMBRE, TEMPO AND DYNAMICS

P.E.    

 

 

 

 

 

DANCE

Use skills with understanding

Create movement ideas

Demonstrate contrasting speed

 

 

 

GAMES

Throwing and catching (individual)

Parachute games

 

 

 

 

GYMNASTICS

Parts of the body

Pathways

Agility and coordination

DANCE

Responding to stimuli with contrasting movements

Use dance actions

Communicating observing discussing

 

 

 

GAMES

Aiming, hitting, kicking (partner)

Parachute games

Team games

 

 

 

GYMNASTICS

Turning, spinning, twisting

Linking movements

Agility and coordination

DANCE

Copying & performing movements & rhythmic patterns. Demonstrating different movements and formations. Understanding role of dance in other cultures. Recognise dance has changed over time.

GAMES

Throwing and catching (making up individual/partnered games Aiming, hitting, kicking, and dribbling.

Parachute games. Team games

GYMNASTICS

Developing skills. Agility and coordination

 

Year 2

AUTUMN TERM

SPRING TERM

SUMMER TERM

 

Topic:    CHOCOLATE

Topic: HEALTHY LIVING

Topic:     THE WORLD

PSHE

 

 

 

 

 

RIGHTS RESPECTING SCHOOL

Jigsaw Scheme of work units:

Being me in my World

Celebrating Difference

 

RIGHTS RESPECTING SCHOOL

Jigsaw Scheme of work units:

Dreams and Goals

Healthy Me

 

 

 

RIGHTS RESPECTING SCHOOL

Jigsaw Scheme of work units:

Relationships

Changing Me

 

 

 

R.E

 

 

 

 

 

Celebration, Festival & Community

 

How do the stories of Jesus inspire Christians today?

Who influences our lives?

 

 

Celebration, Festival & Community

 

Who is a Muslim and what do they believe?

What do Christians do at Easter and why is it important to them?

 

 

Celebration, Festival & Community

 

Who is a Muslim and what do they believe?

What ways are a Church/Mosque important to believers

 

 

 

 

 

 

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