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Key Stage Overviews

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

Myself and where I live

Where I belong

Polar Expedition

Let’s get wet!

Glossop is Great

Beside the Seaside

Attribute

Healthy body and mind

Confidence and Communication

Resilience

Critical Thinking

Morality and Social Justice

Joy and Hope

Magical Moments

Make an identity box

Sensory day

Build a den

*Play Pooh-sticks and skim stones

Create market stall for charity

*Paddle in the sea

Science

Asking questions and making simple tests to answer them

Who am I?

 

The human body.

The senses

and how they relate to the human body.

Arctic and

Antarctic habitats. Camouflage. Adapting to polar extremes.

Testing

materials for waterproof, windproof and sun proof.

Invertebrates.

Body parts, habitats, food chains.

Seagulls, puffins and crabs, body parts and habitats.

History Chronology

Personal history. Events and changes since they were born

The Royal Family’s personal history. Idea of a family tree.

Female and male explorers in the 21st and 20th century.

1980s TV and inventions such as mobile telephones

Local history from the 1970s

1970s holidays, music, television and home life

Geog

Countries and capitals in the UK

Where they live.

Route to school.

Route around school. Maps

Cities in the UK

The countries in

the UK

 

 

Polar regions, habitats,

settlements and

climate.

Rivers, seas and

oceans. Local

waterways.

Local geography

land use.

 

Seaside towns on the coast.

 

Art

Self-portraits Effect of different

sized brushes

Chalk, paint pictures of

fireworks

Create hexagonal snowflakes from paper.

How to draw, paint, depict

water.

Drawing buildings in Glossop.

Collage of a beach scene

Andre Amador

DT

Clothes and textiles

 

Market research.

Shaping materials to make

Christmas cards

 

Market research. Mixing materials to make ice lollies,

drinks and sledges.

 

Transporting an egg safely.

Creating an Easter egg box.

Learn about Faberge

eggs.

Making wooden frames.

Creating a wooden bird

house.. Learn fixing techniques.

Making  own design of ice cream.

Transporting

sand.

 

Music

TraditionalRhymes

Who I am, where I live

Untuned Instruments

Listening to the Beat: Who I am, where Ilive

Chants:

Repitition and Rounds

Exploreres and expeditions

Tuned Instruments

Glockenspiel:

Water tunes: pentatonic scale

Songs from the seventies : listen learn and play

Music and ICT inter=related dimensions

Seaside noises and tunes

(Garage band)

PSHCE Ed

Being me in the world

Celebrating differences

Dreams and Goals

Healthy me

Relationships

Changing me (SRE)

RE

God

Incarnation

 

Gospel

Salvation

(Digging Deeper)

Who is Muslim and what do they believe

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

MFL

French

Numbers

 

Colours

 

Days

 

Computing

Keep personal information private

– Links with who am I, where am I from?

Use technology safely

 

 

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

Typing /Word processing

Creating a picture

 

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

 

Long Term Curriculum Overview: Year 1/2 Cycle 2

 

Aut 1

Aut 2

Spr 1

Spr 2

Sum 1

Sum 2

Theme

Best of British

Caves, Crystals and Gems

Don’t Get Lost!

Down by the River

Food, Glorious Food

Island Hopping

Attribute

Joy and Hope

Resilience

Confidence and Communication

Critical Thinking

Healthy Body and Mind

Morality and Social Justice

Magical Moment

Take a train ride

Visit Blue John Mine

Orienteering

Build a dam

Eat something we’ve Grown

Design a desert island home

Science

Sorting and Classifying

Healthy eating, exercise and avoiding germs and illness.

Materials and their properties. Sorting and classifying materials.

Invertebrates arachnids, insects and sponges.

Forces – pull, push. How forces make things move.

Conditions for herbs, fruit and vegetables to grow. Parts of a plant.

Irreversible change in cooking. Hygiene, healthy food.

History Modern Britain

Key people in the 1960s.

1960s television, fashion and music.

Key people in the 1950s.

1950s television, inventions and way of life.

1940s rationing, famous people and key events.

1940s transport and fashion. 1948 Olympics.

Geog

Countryside- physical features

Countries of the UK. Main cities in the UK.

Crystals and rock formations

Geographical wonders in the Uk

Glossop, road maps and

directions. Routes and journeys.

River fieldwork, features of rivers.

 

Countries of Europe, flags borders

Islands around the UK.

Art

Using paint to create. Colour

wheel. Colour mixing Andy Warhol, Bridget Riley

Collage Anton Pieck Barbara

Hepworth

Transport pictures car designers

 

Introducing perspective rivers

Joe van Wetering

Islamic symmetrical

Patterns, Printing, Calligraphy

War propaganda and posters

DT

1960s and 70s fashion and design. Create a vintage T shirt.

Learn to sew. Make a tie dyed

garment e.g. T- shirt

Using different materials and tools to make a Hallowe’en

spider, skeleton and an advent

calendar.

Designing and making a moving vehicle. Understanding the idea of axles.

Using clay to design and make an egg cup. Problem solving, how to keep an egg warm and an egg cup resilient to heat.

Food technology. Ingredients

and recipes to make French,

Italian, Spanish, German and

Irish salads.

Build a bird box exploring how they can make it stronger,

stiffer and more stable

Music

Songs from the 60s: The Beatles

Untuned Instruments :

Advert jingles then and now

 

Chants and rhymes: Transport

Tuned Instruments

Xylophone:

Water.  Pentatonic Scale

War-time tunes, songs

Music and ICT inter=related dimensions

Music around the Uk

PSHCE Ed

ASK – Being healthy

Healthy eating

Prescription drugs and medicines

 

ASK – growing and changing (where do babies come from)

Road safety, how to be safe in a car.  Traffic sign posts.

Pedestrian crossings.

The royal family and how these differ from elected leaders. How to create social change in the  environment

Respect for different beliefs

– avoiding generalisations

Animal rights – how to look after animals. Role of prime minister

Safety in the sun

Safety by the sea

Coast guard

ASK does money make you happy?

RE

God

Incarnation

 

Gospel

Salvation

(Digging Deeper Y2)

Who is Muslim and what do they believe

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

MFL

 

Numbers

 

Colours

 

Days

Computing

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

Use technology respectfully

Use technology purposefully to organise digital content (Links with DT)

Understand what algorithms are (steps and processes)

 

Typing /Word processing

Coding: maths counting

Long Term Curriculum Overview: Year3/4 Cycle 1

 

Aut 1

Aut 2

Spr 1

Spr 2

Sum1

Sum 2

Theme

Ancient Egypt

Tutankhamun

Ancient Greece

Ancient Greek Myths and Legacy

Blast Off!

Ancient Britain

Attribute

Morality and Social Justice

Confidence and Communication

Healthy Body and Mind

Critical Thinking

Joy and Hope

Resilience

Magical Moment

Clamber over rocks

Create a class pyramid

Meet an MP/Lobby local council

*Go to a Greek restaurant

Go star gazing

* Listen to a live orchestra

Science

Predict, Test and Measure

Rocks and their properties.

Skeletons, muscles, joints.

Reflection. Light sources. Mirrors

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

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

Magnetism. Poles. The Earth as a magnet.

History

Ancient Civilisations

Ancient Egypt. Art and architecture.

Ancient Egyptian rulers, beliefs, education and life.

Ancient Greece and its buildings and city states.

Ancient Greek life, legacy and myths.

Ancient British tribes such as Celts

Bronze Age and its artefacts.

Geog

Different rocks – geographical

wonders from around the world

Features of rivers, the impact of flooding (the Nile)

 

The physical and Political geography of Greece

 

Trade and industry in the

Mediterranean.

 

Topographical features of the

countryside

 

Minerals and mines in the UK.

Mining industry. Minerals found in the uk e.g. tin mines in Cornwall,

Art

Hieroglyphics

Pyramids

Paper maches arcophagus –Tutankhamun’s death mask

Architecture, different types of column

Greek masks for acting

Greek statues and sculptures

Negative space Painting space, van Gogh starry

night; Imaginative space paintings

Using a cast to make a model.

Designing and printing coins

DT

Construction equipment. Levers and mechanisms.

 

Problem solving: how to build a pyramid.

 

3D nets. Using mirrors to make a kaleidoscope.

 

Textiles: create a toga for a peg doll/figure.

Food: create a

Greek salad,

hummus and a

Simnel cake.

Aerodynamics. How rockets work. Create a rocket and some model planets.

 

Using magnets to make a toy that moves

 

Music

Musical Composition

Aural memory

World drumming

Evelyn Glenni

 

 

Play and perform in solo and ensemble: use musical notation

World drumming

Sivamani

 

Improvise and compose

World drumming

African Drumming Bands

 

PSHCE Ed

What is slavery? Does it still exist? Why should we protect the planet?

River safety. How to stay safe from flooding. Water safety –

to prevent drowning,

 

Democracy, how Greek and UK democracy is similar but

different.  The idea of debate.

Morals.

Councilors and how to vote for representatives

ASK – Does money make you happy?

How does money work?

Ask – Proud to be me (what does proud mean?)

RE

Gospel

God

Why is pilgrimage so important to some believers?

Salvation

Kingdom of God

What can we learn from religions that is right and wrong?

Computing

Word processing

Programming : scratch

E safety

Interrnet research

Coding (getting up)

Coding (getting up)

MFL

Understand and respond to spoken language

All about me

Getting to know you

All around town

Where in the World

France/England

 

 

 

Holidays and Hobbies

Gay Paris !

 

 

 

 

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

Magical Moment

*Visit Roman ruins

Join nature’s band

Splash in Puddles

Navigate a nature trail

Make a piece of jewellery

Make a volcano erupt

Science

Fair Tests

Sound. Pitch, vibrations and how humans hear sound.

How animals make and hear sounds.

The three states of matter

The types and function of different teeth

Inventors. Electric circuits, conductors

Bubbles and solutions.

History

Invaders and settlers

Roman government, beliefs and rulers.

Roman Britain, baths and the Scots

Britain’s settlement by Anglo-Saxons and Scots

Local history from the time of the Romans to the Vikings

The Viking and Anglo- Saxon struggle for the Kingdom of England

Viking rulers and early English Kings.

Geog

The physical and political geography of Italy.

Climate and the 7 biomes on Earth.

The water cycle. Extreme weather events.

4 figure coordinates, 8

point compass. Local geography.

Political and physical

geography of Scandinavia

 

Earthquakes and volcanoes.

Art

Mosaics Sculpted head

Montages

Murals

How to depict the weather e.g. Bruegel, Peter Doing, Chinese snow paintings,

 

Designs from steel and silver

Viking jewellery

Bubble art

Wax resist Wash

Batik

DT

Solve problems using pulleys. Learn about gears and use

them to create a fairground ride.

Use levers in a greetings card. Use measuring skills and decorating skills to make a

Christmas cake and mince pies.

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

Knitting, sewing, weaving.

Using electrical circuits to make products.

Pneumatics.

Moving substances through air. Create a volcano model.

Music

Musical Composition

Aural memory

World Drumming

Sheila E

 

Play and perform in solo and ensemble: use musical notation

World Drumming

Phil Collins

 

Improvise and compose

World Drumming

Scottish Tribal Drumming

Musical Composition

Inter-related music and ICT

PSHCE Ed

ASK Firework safety

ASK – Difference and diversity Sexism and ageism – derogatory language

The concept of nationality.

The difference between a monarch and elected leader.

Dental health Impact of sugar

ASK – Staying healthy

How to stay safe around electricity.

Medicines and drugs

ASK Where do babies come from?

RE

Creation

Incarnation

What makes a leader worth following and why?

Salvation?

How do people express their faith through the arts?

People of God

Computing

Identify a range of ways to report concerns about content

Understand the opportunities computer networks offer for communication

 

Select a variety of software to accomplish given goals

Create an iBook

Select, use and combine internet services

Appreciate how search results are selected

Evaluate and

analyse information

Collect and present data

Create and design and debug programs that accomplish specific goals.

MFL

Speak with increased confidence, fluency and spontaneity

Telling the time

Days months

What’s the weather

Telling the time

Oclock and half past

Around the town-on the move

Telling the time

What’s the Weather

Long Term Curriculum Overview: Year 5/6 Cycle 1

 

Aut 1

Aut 2

Spr 1

Spr 2

Sum 1

Sum 2

Theme

Terrible Tudors

The Aztecs

The Incas

Born in the USA

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

Visit a Tudor House

Organise a Mexican feast night

Make a something out of wool

Hold a tea party

Camp out in the forest.

Science

Variables

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

Materials. Dissolving materials to make solutions and evaporation.

Forces – gravity, air and water resistance and friction.

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

 

Life cycles. Forensic analysis,

DNA, fingerprints, paper chromatography.

Plant and animal reproduction – move to Aut 2.

 

History

Conquerors and explorers

The wars of the Roses and the rise of the Tudors. Henry vii and Henry viii

Elizabeth I and the Armada.

The Aztecs and the age of piracy.

The Inca and the conquest by Spain

The discovery of the Americas

20th and 21st Century American conquests

Geog

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

 

Environmental geography, recycling, pollution.

Political, economic and physical geography of Mexico.

 

Political, economic and physical geography of Peru.

Contours and physical geography of the USA

Scale. Physical geography of California. North America. States of the USA

Art

Michelangelo

Da Vinci

Edmonia Lewis

Holbein

Portraits and imagery

British museum, Aztec art. Create an Aztec sculpture.

Frida Kahlo

Printing – Mayans

Native American art

Summertime by Mary Cassatt

DT

Chassis, using motors to power

 

Making puppets and moving parts in a model of the globe theatre.

Food technology: researching and making Mexican recipes for a Mexico day. Making a headdress

Textiles: making a woolen Peruvian product.

 

Technological wonders of the

USA e.g. Hoover Dam, Golden Gate bridge; Empire State Building

Dwellings for indigenous Indians in the USA. Using hinges for openings.

Music

Sing and play musically

The Terrible Tudors

Tudor instruments and song

 

Appreciate and understand: Traditions

Aztecs and Incas

Pan pipes

 

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

 

PSHCE Ed

Relationships and marriage inc. LGBT /across genders

Different families.

The difference between heads of state e.g. monarch

Extremism, Radicalisation

Intolerance, Prejudice

.

Conquest. The ethics of taking over another country, invasion.

 

Diets, Body image False

advertising

 

Fire safety Prevention of fire

 

Relationship ed – how babies are made and born. Girls’/boys’ personal hygiene

ASK – Growing up/Changes.

Peer pressure , Gang avoidance, Rule of law – prison

How secular laws are made

ASK – Money Matters (y6))

RE

Gospel

Incarnation

Greater depth

(Digging deeper)

How can we make our town a more respectful place?

Salvation                           

2b.7

Can religions help to build a fair world?

Kingdom of God

Computing

Be discerning in evaluating digital content

Combine a variety of software to accomplish given goals

 

Analyse/ evaluate data (link to Aztecs)

 

Use logical reasoning to explain how some simple algorithms work/ correct errors

 

Use selection in programs

 

Work with variables

 

Create a purposeful program combining more complex algorithms

MFL

Can write in simple sentence using a variety of grammatical structures

Lets go Shopping

Houses and homes

That’s Tasty

All about ourselves

Families and friends

Getting to know you

 

 

 

Long Term Curriculum Overview: Year 5/6 Cycle 2

 

Aut 1

Aut 2

Spr 1

Spr 2

Sum 1

Sum 2

Theme

Keen to be Green

Families, then and now

Is life fair?

Let’s Call a Revolution

Let’s Sort it Out

Then, Now and in the Future

Attribute

Healthy mind and body

Morality and Social Justice

Critical Thinking

Confidence and Communication

Resilience

Joy and Hope

Magical Moment

Eat a picnic in the wild

Watch the sunrise

Participate in a mock trial

Campaign for Change

Go on a scavenger hunt

*Create a natural sculpture

Science

Identifying, controlling and testing variables

Plant

classification. Fungi.

The circulation system.

Function and action of heart and lungs. Impact of drugs.

Natural

selection. Evolution and inheritance,

Light.

Reflection and refraction.

Sources of electricity. Testing electricity and – Aut 1?

Human life

cycles. Puberty. Changes to humans during puberty.

History

Economic History

Georgians. The making of America. Bonny Prince Charlie.

Victoria and key Victorians.

How people lived. Her

legacy.

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

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

The Great War

The treaty of Versailles and the 1920s.

 

Geog

Intensive and

free-range farming. Where food comes from?

 

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

Trade and its

impact on settlements. The impact of the industrial revolution on towns and cities

Political,

economic and physical geography of Russia.

Europe before and after the war.

 

Dinosaurs and theJurassic Coast  Gradient, hills,

And local fieldwork.

Art

How different artists and designers have

used plants and

flowers.

Georgia O’Keefe,

Van Gogh, Azuma

Makato, Hasegawa

Tohaku. still life.

Constable Turner

How artists

portray lights and

shade

Sketching/clay using tools

Helen Wilson, Rousseau,

Stubbs,

In clay,

create a gargoyle.

LS Lowry

Movement in drawing and painting

 

Sculptures depicting

Motion

DT

Cookery: Create a vegetarian

meal.

Make outdoor shelter

for a plant

throughout

winter.

Textiles. Combining textile skills to create a

Victorian Sampler and a soft toy.

Plastics. Making a plastic badge to accompany a

marketing

campaign. Making

other products to

accompany the

campaign.

Computer-led technology: making traffic lights on a

model.

Problem solving activities

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

Music

Appreciate and understand: Traditions

Last Night of the Proms

 

Sing musically :

Young Voices

 

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

Sing and play musically: performance

PSHCE Ed

How to stay

healthy from microbes

How to respect plants/animals/ planet.

Respect for other views of creation and of animal ethics.

And Tango makes

three – looking at different families

including LGBT

families.

 

ASK – difference and diversity

 

Laws

Petitions and referenda.

How to create social change.

ASK - citizenship

 

Mental health awareness/ mindfulness

 

ASK – Getting on (why do I sometimes feel angry)

Personal identity – valuing individuality. Gender identity/stereotypes.

 

ASK – Proud to be me

Respect for

people with

genetic defects

and diseases

. Disability stereotyping

 

ASK – Money Matters (y6)

RE

Creation

Incarnation

How and why do people show their commitments during the journey of life?

Salvation

What can be learned from the Muslim way of life?

People Of God

Computing

Understand the opportunities

computer networks offer for collaboration

 

Understand computer

networks

Select, use and

combine software on a range of digital devices

Design and

create systems

 

Solve

problems by decomposing them into smaller parts

 

Create a

purposeful program combining more complex algorithms

 

MFL

Appreciation of a range of French literature

Food Glorious Food

Recipes

Family and Friends

 

Lets visit a French town

Poems and rhymes

All in a day

LE Petit Prince

This Is France

LE Petit Prince

This is France

LE Petit Prince

 

 

'From tiny acorns, great forests grow.'
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