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William Cobbett Primary School

Curriculum map 2020-21

 

AUTUMN

Topics:

1: Paws, Claws and Whiskers

2: Memory Box

SPRING

Topics:

1: Bright Lights, Big City

2: Street Detectives

SUMMER

Topics:

1: The Scented Garden

2: Wriggle and Crawl

English

1: 'The Tiger Who Came To Tea';  Instructions; 'Augustus and His Smile' story

2: 'Amazing Grace'; Writing bout themselves; Poetry; Traditional story: The Three Billy Goats Gruff

1: Recount; 'Winter's Child' descriptive writing and story; 'George's Marvellous Medicine' Instructions; Diary of Great Fire OF London (Samuel Pepys) 

2: Recount of memorable experience; Non-chronological report about an insect; 'The Papaya That Spoke' story

1: Non-chronological report on an invented flower; 'Rose meets Mr Wintergarten' story

2: 'The Sound Collector' poems; 'Baboon On The Moon' letter writing; Advert for a local place

Maths See 'Mathematics overview' using the purple tab on this page    

Science

1: Animals, including humans; Working scientifically

2: Animals, including humans; Working scientifically

1:  Working scientifically

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

1: Plants

2: Living things and their habitats, animals including humans, working scientifically

Computing

1: Exploring Purple Mash

2: Lego Builders; Effective Searching; Online Safety

1: Creating Pictures; Technology Outside School

2: Grouping and Sorting; Pictograms

1: Coding

2: Coding

Geography

 

1: Using and making maps; Describing physical features

 

1: Countries and capital cities of the UK; Physical features of the UK; Settlements; Human features; Weather and seasons; Landmarks; Aerial images; Locational language; Maps; Compass directions; Geographical similarities

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

1: Plants in the local environment, plants of the world

2: Fieldwork

History

 

2: Changes within living memory

1: Monarchy; Significant event – Great Fire of London

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

 

PSHE

SEAL: New Beginnings 

              Getting On and Falling                    Out (includes anti-                              bullying week)

Drug education – medicines and safety rules

What to do in an emergency 

Hazards in the home: fire safety

SEAL : Going for Goals; 

               Good To Be Me 

Staying healthy

Food from around the world 

Yr 1 only: Pedals – road safety.  Recap road safety for Year 2

SEAL: Relationships                                              Changes

Voting and debating – having a say 

Understanding the human life cycle and keeping clean: general hygiene 

Charity – fund raising  

Money

Art

1: Talking about art; Drawing; Collage; Making models; Painting; Sculpture; Masks and products

2: Drawing; Painting; Collage; Family portraits

1. Drawing

2: Famous local artists, portraits, views from the local area

1: Observational drawing, sculpture, flower-pressing

2: Observational drawing, model making

DT

1: Designing labels; Designing and making animal enclosures

2:Celebration cards; Making a memory box

1: Models of landmarks


2: Selecting tools and materials, baking, sign making, designing buildings

1: Making fragrant products

2: Origins of food, selecting natural materials

Indoor PE

Outdoor only currently due to Covid-19

Gymnastics

Dance

Games

Team building games

Invasion games

Net/wall games

Invasion games

Athletics

Striking & fielding

Music

 

On hold currently due to Covid-19

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R.E.

Who is Jesus?

Why did Jesus tell parables?

What does the Christmas story tell Christians about Jesus?

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

What do Christians believe God is like?

Why is Easter important to Christians?

What is important for Muslim families?

Is prayer important to everyone?

What are your big questions?