Willow Class Curriculum Map 2018/19

 

Subject Autumn Term Spring Term Summer Term
Topic Focus Epping Forest (1st half of term)

Once Upon a Time (2nd half of term)

Going Green(1st half of term)

Funny Bones (2nd half of term)

Castles and knights (1st half of term)

Holidays (2nd half of term)

English poetry

reports

recounts

traditional tales

instructions

persuasion

stories with familiar settings

reports

introduction to plays

different stories by the same author

reports

repetitive stories

poems

Science Plants

Animals including humans

Everyday materials

Uses of everyday materials

Seasonal changes

Living things and their habitats

History Significant person
Geography Map skills Place/ locational knowledge

weather

Computing programming ‘bee bots’

giving instructions and creating simple programs

algorithms – filming the steps of a recipe

use of painting tools to create an E book

finding pictures on the web

use sound recording to create a simple book

developing keyboard skills to create a digital card

Art autumn pictures – collage, texture

the work of Andy Goldsworthy

fairy tale pictures, collage, painting

drawing the human body

painting

using a range of materials

painting

drawing

rainbow pictures – colour mixing

Design and Technology creating animals with natural materials creating 3d sculpture from used materials designing and making a castle
P.E.

 

 

skipping, jumping and hopping

team games

Dance

Gymnastics

Athletics

Team games

R.E. special symbols and objects

the Buddha image and festival of Wesak

the Torah scroll and the Seder meal for Jewish people

special words and stories special ways of living
Music singing

use of percussion instruments

listening to a range of music

singing in ‘rounds’

singing

use of percussion instruments

listening to a range of music

singing in ‘rounds’

singing

use of percussion instruments

listening to a range of music

singing in ‘rounds’