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William Cobbett Primary School

Curriculum map




1: Wriggle and Crawl

2: Street Detectives 



1: Towers, Tunnels and Turrets

2: Land Ahoy!



1: The Scented Garden

2: Beachcombers


1: Recounts; non-chronological reports about insects; story based on The Papaya That Spoke; instructions

2: Poems based on The Sound Collector; letters about Baboon On The Moon; adverts

1: Story based on The Paperbag Princess; non-chronological report about castles

2: Story based on The Lighthouse Keeper's Lunch; character description of a pirate; instructions; letter in a bottle

1: Letter to the garden centre; report about a new weird and wonderful plant; story based on Rose Meets Mr Wintergarden

2: Recount of trip; story based on Sally and the Limpet; diary entry based on Flotsam


Place value

Addition and subtraction


Multiplication and division

Multiplication and division


Properties of shape


Length and height

Position and direction


Mass, capacity and temperature


1: Animals, including humans; living things and their habitats; working scientifically

2: Everyday materials; working scientifically

1: Animals including humans; living things and their habitats; working scientifically

2: Identifying and comparing everyday materials, identifying plants in the local area

1: Plants; working scientifically

2: Living things and their habitats; animals including humans; everyday materials; working scientifically


1: Data and information - pictograms

2: Programming - robot algorithms

1:  Creating pictures

2: Creating media - digital photography

1: Coding

2: IT around us



1: Using and making maps; aerial photos; describing physical features

2: Fieldwork in the local area, human and physical features, using and making maps with keys, looking at aerial images


1:  Human features

2:  Continents and oceans; Countries and capital cities of the UK; Physical features of the UK; Settlements; Human features;  Locational language; Maps; Compass directions; Geographical similarities

1: Plants in the local environment, plants of the world; geographical similarities and differences; weather patterns

2: Fieldwork; physical features



2: Changes within living memory; ordering events, significant people, places and events in the local area

1:  Similarities and differences in aspects of everyday life

2:  Transport; Grace Darling




1. Being Me In My World

2. Celebrating Difference

1. Dreams and Goals

2. Healthy Me

1. Relationships

2. Changing Me


1: Observational pencil sketching; digital pictures; sculpture

2: Collage; wax resistance

1: Digital pictures using different artistic techniques (Computing)

2: Observational sketching; using a range of mediums including watercolours and pastels; colour mixing; Claude Monet

1: Observational drawing using a range of materials; colour matching and mixing; pattern based on natural objects; William Morris


1: Designing and making minibeast models using camouflage and warning colours; exploring different types of honey, making honey based treats and comparing to bought products

1: Designing and making castles, selecting tools and materials; making tunnels with natural materials and testing strength; building and evaluating towers

2: Designing, making and evaluating a working lighthouse model

2: Designing and making a beachcomber's treasure book

Indoor PE





Team building games

Invasion games

Net/wall games

Invasion games


Striking & fielding



1. Hands, Feet, Heart

2. Ho Ho Ho

1:  I Wanna Play In A Band

2: Zootime

1: Friendship Song

2: Reflect, Rewind and Replay


Why is the Bible an important book for Christians?

Why is ‘Church’ important to Christians? 

Why is Christmas important to Christians?  

What is the Torah and why is it important to Jews?

Why do Christians call Jesus ‘Saviour’?  

Why is Easter important to Christians?

What is important for Muslim families?

Is prayer important to everyone?

What are your big questions?