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The Duke of Norfolk CE Primary

How it all comes together

Key Stage Plans

 

Long Term Curriculum Overview: Year 1/2 - Cycle 1

 

 

Aut 1

Aut 2

Spr 1

Spr 2

Sum 1

Sum 2

Theme

Me, Myself and I

Where I belong

Polar Expedition

Chocolate

Glossop is Great

Don’t Get Lost!

Attribute

Healthy body and mind

Confidence and Communication

Resilience

Joy and Hope

Morality and Social Justice

Critical Thinking

Main subject

Science

Geography/History

Science

Science/geography

History

Geography/Science

Magical Moments

Make an identity box

Sensory days

Build a den

Chocolate Pictures/painting

Style Mill: Learning how to weave

Orienteering

Science

Asking questions and making simple tests to answer them

Who am I?

Body part names external

The Skeleton

Body part names internal

The sense:

 

Changes across the seasons: Day length

Arctic and Antarctic habitats.

Hot and cold.

Camouflage. Adapting to polar extremes.

Icecaps L

Changes across the seasons: Day length

Heating/melting/freezing

 

 

 

 

Changes across the seasons: Day length

Plant s

What do we find in the forest?

Trees and Plants

Invertebrates.

Body parts, habitats, food chains.

Invertebrates arachnids, insects and sponges.

History Chronology

 

Timelines

Personal History and events and changes since born

Family tree

The Royal Family Tree

Queen Elizabeth 11

Explorers and expeditions

Scott?

 

Glossops Local history

When mum was 6

Grandad was 6

When Lily was 6

80 years ago

Life working in a Mill

 

Geog

Where do I live:

Full name

Name of mum/dad

What is my address

Telephone number

Map work: Countries and capitals in the UK

Where they live: Glossop

 

Polar regions, habitats and climate

climate.

Equator North  and South Poles

Mexico

The Equator

Hot and Rainy weather

Rainforest

Fair Trade

 

Simple routes: amps and compass, keys

School

Home to school

Glossop, road maps and

directions. Routes and journeys.

Land use:

Art

Self-portraits realistic: Artist: Kehinde Wiley

Self Portraits abstract: Picasso

 

Chalk scenes

Chocolate Pictures

 

Forest Pictures: observational drawing

Transport pictures car designers

DT

 

Glossop Calendars: media?

Shaping materials to make Christmas cards

Create hexagonal snowflakes from paper.

 

Easter Egg Box or

Basket

Weaving: colours around Glossop

 

Music

Traditional Rhymes.  Who I am, where I live

The Knees Bones connected to

Body Percussion

(rhythm)

Head and shoulders. Tommy Thumb

Do you ear hang low

Body Orchestra

(Dynamics)

Listening to the Beat: Who I am, where I live

Repetition and Rounds

Chants from around the world

Repetition and Rounds

(tempo)

Music from South America

Listen, appreciate and respond

Wind, wind, wind  the bobbin

We push the anchor in

Glossop Music Festival

Local Musicians :

The Blossoms

OASIS

Joy Division

PSHCE

JIGSAW

Me and My World

 

Celebrating Difference

Dreams And Goals

Healthy Me

Relationships

Changing Me

RE

God

Incarnation

Gospel

 

Who is Muslim and what do they believe

Gospel

Computing

Emails

Keep personal information private

Google Maps

Use technology safely

 

Recognise common uses of information technology beyond school (linked with keeping warm)

Creating a pattern: Islam

 

Programming a simple route-Beat box

Programming a more complex route-Bee bot

Trips and visitors

 

All Saints Parish Church

 

Chocolate men

Style Mill

 

 

 

Long Term Curriculum Overview: Year 1/2 Cycle 2

 

Aut 1

Aut 2

Spr 1

Spr 2

Sum 1

Sum 2

Theme

Healthy me

Food, Glorious Food

Let’s get wet!

Ouch its hot!

Birds Bees and buttercups

Beside the Seaside

Attribute

Joy and Hope

Healthy Body and Mind

Critical Thinking

Morality and Social Justice

Resilience

Joy and Hope

Main subject

Science

Science

Science/Geography

History

Science

Geography/ History

Magical Moment

Freddy Fit

Eat something we’ve Grown

Play Pooh-sticks. Skim stones. Dam building

A visit from the Fire Service

Tadpoles

*Paddle in the sea

Science

Sorting and Classifying

Healthy eating and exercise

 Keeping clean and avoiding germs

Changes across the seasons: Day length

Testing

Floating and sinking.  Pushing and pulling.  Waterproof materials

 

Changes across the seasons: Day length

Plants and Animals and habitats

 

Climate: sun safety

Changes across the seasons: Day length

History Modern Britain

Grandma s cook book / mealtimes

1940s rationing

Malnutrition today,

Toys from the past (link with push and pull)

The Plague. 

The Great fire.

Samuel Pepes Diary

David Attenborough/Dodo

The Seaside now and then.  1970s Holiday camps,

Punch and Judy

Geog

Continents

Where does food come in the world:

 

What food do  we grow/farm in Glossop

Streams, Rivers, Canals, reservoirs, seas and oceans.

Local rivers field work

England’s capital:

Buildings, sights and sounds

River Thames. Buckingham Palace. Tower Bridge.  Parliament.  Pudding Lane

The Tower of London link to 1600 s

Using a key for the forest

Compare and contrast physical and manmade features of Seaside towns and Glossop

 

Art

Observational drawing/ painting fruit and Veg

Collage using tin labels

How to draw, paint, depict water.

Monet.  Turner. Hockey. Japanese/Chinese Art

 

Natural sculpture: Andy Goldsworthy

 

DT

 

.Food parcelling

 

Bread making

 

Design and make a puppet

Music

 

Harvest hymns /songs (rhythm)

Untuned Instruments

War-time tunes, songs  30 and 40s (Dynamics)

 

 

Tuned Instruments Xylophone/ Glockenspiel:

Water tunes: pentatonic scale (pitch)

Handel’s Water Music

Ring a Ring a Roses London’s Burning. London Bridge

1500s

 

Create a musical sound scape for a garden

 (tempo)

Build me up Buttercup 68

 

Sounds of the seaside…seascapes ICT

Seaside songs

Somewhere beyond the Sea 58

 

 

PSHCE Ed

JIGSAW

Me and My World

Celebrating Difference

Dreams And Goals

Healthy Me

Relationships

Changing Me

RE

God

Who is Muslim and what do they believe

Salvation

(Digging Deeper)

Salvation

(Digging Deeper Y2)

Incarnation

 

Who is Muslim and what do they believe + Outcomes not covered

Computing

Identify where to go for help and support when they have concerns

Typing /Word processing

Typing /Word processing

Understand what algorithms are (steps and processes)

Use technology respectfully

Use technology purposefully to create, store and retrieve digital content (linked to  holidays)

Trips and Visitors

 

 

Glossop Park river dipping

The Fire Service

 

Lytham St Anne’s

 

 

Long Term Curriculum Overview: Year3/4 Cycle 1

 

Aut 1

Aut 2

Spr 1

Spr 2

Sum1

Sum 2

Theme

Ancient Egypt

Tutankhamun

Looking Up

Blast Off!

Looking Down

Our Beautiful Planet

Ancient Greece

Ancient Greek Myths and Legacy

Attribute

Morality and Social Justice

Confidence and Communication

Joy and Hope

Resilliance

Healthy Body and Mind

Critical Thinking

Subject

History

 Geography

Science

Science

History

 Geography

Magical Moment

Mummification

Create a class pyramid

Go star gazing

Listen to a live orchestra

Meet an MP/Lobby local council

*Go to a Greek restaurant

Science

Predict, Test and Measure

Skeletons.

Rocks and their properties

Space, the moon, Earth and Sun. Orbits and rotations.

Magnetism and the Poles

The Rainforests

Pollination. The function of a leaf, root. Parts of a flower.

 

Skeletons,Muscles and joints

 

History

Ancient Civilisations

Ancient Egyptian rulers, belief education, Life in. Ancient Egypt. Art and architecture.  Who what where why  Egyptian Gods Tutankhamun

 

The First Moon Landing

 

Ancient Greece and its buildings and city states. Athens

Ancient Greek life, legacy and myths.

Geog

 

Where is Egypt?  What are its Geographical Features: Physical and Man-made.?

Wonders of the World

Different rocks – geographical

 

Wonders of the World: Natural

 

 

 

Where is Greece? What are is physical and manmade Features

Trade in the Mediterranean

 

Art

 

Paper mache sarcophagus –Tutankhamun’s death mask

Hieroglyphics

 

Tree of Life : Matisse

Greek buildings, columns , perspective, black and white

Artist

 

DT

Construction equipment…mechano…levers and pulleys.

Problem solving: how to build a pyramid

.

Building a rocket: Power and Aerodynamics. How rockets work

 

 

 

 

Greek Restaurant: Food: create a Greek salad

Greek salad, hummus and a Simmel cake.

Music

Derbyshire music Service: clarinet, brass, ukulele

Marching music

Derbyshire music Service: clarinet, brass, ukulele

Derbyshire music Service: clarinet, brass, ukulele

Rocket Man; Elton John

Derbyshire music Service: clarinet, brass, ukulele

Wonderful World: Lois Armstrong

Derbyshire music Service: clarinet, brass, ukulele

Derbyshire music Service: clarinet, brass, ukulele

Greek dancing Music

PSHCE  Jigsaw

Me, my world and I

Celebrating Difference

Dreams and Goals

Heathy Me

Relationships

Changing Me

RE

Why is the bible important for Christians today?

 

What does it mean to be a Christian in Britain today?

Christmas

What do Christians believe about God?

Why is Jesus inspiring to some people?

Easter

Prayer

Including Anglican prayer and responses

 

Deciding what is right and wrong?

Computing

Networks Computing skills and email

Digital Creation 1: online tools and word processing

Coding 1 Unplugged and Block based coding

Digital Creation 2. About me.  Photo and story presentation

Esafety and responsibility

Coding 2: Practical computing (SPheros and PRObOTS)

MFLUnderstand and respond to spoken language

Friends and Family

Friends and Family

Our School

 

Food Glorious Food

Food Glorious Food

 

 

Long Term Curriculum Overview: Year 3/4 - Cycle 2

 

Aut 1

Aut 2

Spr 1

Spr 2

Sum 1

Sum 2

Theme

Rotten Romans

What did the Romans ever do for us?

April Showers

Never Eat Shredded Wheat

Charge!

Chain Reaction

Attribute

Confidence and Communication

Morality and social Justice

Critical Thinking

Healthy Body and Mind

Resilience

Joy and Hope

Main Subject

History

Geography

Geography

Science

History

Science

Magical Moment

*Visit Roman ruins

Create a class ceiling mural

Splash in Puddles

Navigate a nature trail

Make a piece of jewellery

Make a volcano erupt

Science

Fair Tests

 

.

3 States of matter.  3 states of  water

Ice, water, steam, condensation and evaporation

Food Chains

Keeping the body Healthy

The types and function of different teeth

Inventors. Electric circuits, conductors

Thomas Edison

Chemistry

Food chains

The three states of matter

History

Invaders and settlers

Roman Rulers

Recognising Roman Britain

  

Local Study History

4 figure coordinates, 8 point compass.

Saxons and Vikings

 

Geog

 

Where is Italy and Rome? 

Roman buildings and artwork around Glossop

Roads

Earthquakes and volcanoes

The water cycle. Extreme weather events.

Climate and the 7 biomes on Earth.

 

Political and physical

geography of Scandinavia

Where is Scandanavia

Physical, economic, and political

Art

Paper Mosaics

What is a mural? How and where are they used in Rome. Create a mural for the classroom ceiling

Michael Angelo

Bubble Artt

Using seeds , dried food to make mosaics

 

Bubble art Wax resist Wash

Batik Artis

DT

 

Volcano bottles

 

Design and make a weather vane. Use cogs to make a windmill.

Using electrical circuits to make products.

Pneumatic systems

Music

Derbyshire music Service: clarinet, brass, ukulele

Marching music

Derbyshire music Service: clarinet, brass, ukulele

Derbyshire music Service: clarinet, brass, ukulele

Rocket Man; Elton John

Derbyshire music Service: clarinet, brass, ukulele

Wonderful World: Lois Armstrong

Derbyshire music Service: clarinet, brass, ukulele

Derbyshire music Service: clarinet, brass, ukulele

Greek dancing Music

PSHCE Ed

Me, my world and I

Celebrating Difference

Dreams and Goals

Heathy Me

Relationships

Changing Me

RE

What does it mean to be a Hindu in Britain today?

Why are festivals important to religious communities?

Diwali and Christmas: similarities and differences?

What do Hindus believe about God?

Why are festivals important to religious communities?

Easter

Prayer

Meditation and reflection

Life is a journey

Computing

Scratch coding. Visual Programming language

Digital Creation 1: Leaflet

Working with data

Digital creation 2:: Radio show

Practical computing

E safety and digital footprints

MFL

Speak with increased confidence, fluency and spontaneity

All about me

All about me

Time

Time

Holidays and Hobbies

Holidays and Hobbies

         

 

 

Long Term Curriculum Overview: Year 5/6 Cycle 1

 

 

 

Aut 1

Aut 2

Spr 1

Spr 2

Sum 1

Sum 2

Topic /Theme

Terrible Tudors

What a wonderful world this could be

Born in the USA

Literature

Shakespeare

Lorax: Dr Seuss

Boy in the  Girls Bathroom

Attributes

Resilience

Critical Thinking

Joy and Hope

Healthy Body and Mind

Morality and Social Justice

Confidence and communication

Magical Moment

Cook on an outdoor fire

(Forest Schs)

Stargazing

Our Night Sky

Go on a nature walk/ nature trail

Plan and Eat a picnic in the Wild

Build a wigwam/ Totem Pole

Camp out in the forest.

Science

Variables

The Circulation system

Solar system, why we have days, years and tides.

Plants : Lilys

Reproduction

Plant classification

Photosynthesis

Animals

Life cycles

Natural selection. Evolution

Forensic analysis,

DNA, fingerprints, paper chromatography.

Human life cycles. Puberty. Changes to humans during puberty. Sex Ed

History

The life, time and tribulations of Katherine of Aragon

Reformation

Exploration

Elizabeth 1

Raleigh, Drake and the Armada.

 

Timeline of Philosophers

Native America

The discovery of the Americas

Political history

Past and present

Geog

London in Tudor times: physical and environmental features. Rich and poor

Is the world round/

GIS systems, world maps. 4 figure coordinates. 8-point compass.

Environmental geography, recycling, pollution.

Creating Power

Environmental Revolution

Greta

Map work. Scale, contours and physical geography of the USA

Technological wonders of the USA e.g. Hoover Dam, Golden Gate bridge; Empire State Building

Art

Tudor Portraits

Artist: Holbein

 

Still life

Create a nature mood board. Van Gogh, Azuma, Makato, Hasegawa,Tohaku. Georgia OKeefe

 

Native American art

American modern art: Lichtenstein

Keith H

DT

 

Cross stitch: Christmas, St Davids Star

Cards and Calendars

 

Food Tech: Design and make a picnic for a carni, omini and herbivore

Make and Design a small indoor and large outdoor  wigwam or Totem Pole: Native American Art

Choose and make a model of a USA Wonder

Music

The Terrible Tudors

Tudor instruments and song

Greensleeves

The Planets:  Holst

Four Seasons: Vivaldi

A musical nature trail: Pan-pipes

Peter and The Wolf

Appreciate, understand and develop a knowledge of American musical history: Blues

As summer 1: Hip Hop

PSHCE Ed

Me, my world and I: Being Me

Celebrating Differences

Dreams and Goals

Healthy Me

Relationships

Changing Me

RE

What do religions say to us when life gets hard?

What difference does it make to believe in Ahimsa, Grace and or UMMAH?

What would Jesus do?

What does it mean to be a Muslim in Britain today? Unit 1 and 2

Eid

Computing

E Safety email networks.                                  

 

 E Safety

 Star Apps

Working with data and spreadsheets

Digital Creation Memory Book digital cover

Cloud Technologies: communication and collaboration

MFL

Time Travellers

Time Travellers

Plants

Lets go shopping

Animals

Getting to know You

All about ourselves

All about ourselves

Trips and Visitors

Bredbury Hall

Robinwood

A walk in the Hills

Park Ranger: Lymefield (train

 

 

Whole school trip

 

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Long Term Curriculum Overview: Year 5/6 Cycle 2

 

 

Aut 1

Aut 2

Spr 1

Spr 2

Sum 1

Sum 2

Topic/ Theme

Families, then and now

 

Were the Victorians Victorious?

It’s all about to change

Literature

Private Peaceful

Cogheart

 

Attribute

Morality and Social Justice

Joy and Hope

Resilliance

Confidence and Communication

Critical Thinking

Healthy Body and Mind

Magical Moment

Campaign for Change

Partticipate in a Mock Trial

Watch the sunrise

 

Victorian Day

Planning, making and serving an afternoon Tea

Camp out in the Forest

Science

Identifying, controlling and testing variables

Forces:The power of the earth

Gravity, magnetism, polar

Light

 Refraction

Rainbows

Forces – gravity, air and water resistance and friction.

Chging Matters

The Power of Steam

Man-made power

Electricity. Nuclear

 

Human life

cycles. Puberty. Changes to humans during puberty.

History

Economic History

The suffragettes, inventions at the start of the 20th   century

The Great War

Victoria and key Victorians.

How people lived. Her

legacy.

Victoria’s family. The Russian revolution. The fore ward to war.

The History of Trade: India Tea

The History of Trade:

Geog

Physical features Industrialisation

 

Local geography fieldwork – land use of Glossop: now and 1900

The impact of the industrial revolution on towns and cities

Trains, routes, roads, maps

How the landscape was used and changes for Trade and Economics

Art

Campaign Properganda

Pointalism

 

Lowry

Architecture of trade buildings: line drawing

 

DT

 

Periscope

kaleidoscope

Stevenson's Rocket Models

Cylinders tubes and wheels

 

Buildinga

Marketing, advertising. Creating a product from which to make money. The idea of profit and loss.

Music

Campaign Songs

Great War Songs

Sing musically:

Young Voices

Music Hall Top 40

 

Last Night of the Proms

PSHCE Ed

Me, my world and I: Being Me

Celebrating Differences

Dreams and Goals

Healthy Me

Relationships

Changing Me

RE

Why do some people think god  doesn’t or does exist?

What matters most to Christians and Humanists?

If God is everywhere then why go to a place of worship?

Similarities/differences

Is it better to express your beliefs in art and architecture or charity and generosity?

Computing

Coding 1 Concepts Year 5                                           

  Advanced Coding Year 6

Robotics and Control Technology link with Cogheart

Coding: Advanced shapes and patterns

Video creating and editing

MFL

Appreciation of a range of French literature

Families and Friends

Poems and rhymes

Families and Friens

Poems, rhymes and Christmas songs

Lets go shopping

Getting to know you

This is France

This is France

Trips and Visitors

 

Robinwood

Young Voices

Manchester Art Museum

 

Whole School Trip

'From tiny acorns, great forests grow.'
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