Curriculum Map 2018 2019

Broadwood Curriculum Map 2018 /2019

Key Stage 1

 

Block 1 04.09.18 to 19.10.18

Block 2 22.10.18 to 18.01.19

Block 3 21.01.19 to29.03.19

Block 4 29.01.19 to 05.02.18

Theme

 

The Bear in the Cave

 

Lullabyhullaballoo

 

Bear in the Balloon

 

Katie Morag Island Stories

 

Enrichment Week

Art week  (15.10.18)

Christmas week 17.12.18

Inclusion/Diversity 14.1.19 (CD2)

Performance Poetry week

25.3.19 (CD1)

Enterprise Week/Summer Fair 2.7.19 (CD2)

Events

(to cover in afternoon slots)

 

 

7.3.19 World Book Day (CD1)

Fairtrade Fortnight (CD2)

 

History

Lives of significant individuals - Christopher Columbus

Castles

Kings and queens

Significant historical figures – The Queen (Aspects of change in living memory)

Significant historical figures: Neil Armstrong

 

Geography

Local area study/maps/city comparison/simple compass points

Human and physical geography of Newcastle compared to another non-European country(s)

Use aerial photos/plans/maps etc

Maps

Name and locate the four countries and capital cities of UK

World map: name and locate continents and oceans

Hot and cold areas of the world in relation to the Equator and the North and South poles.

 

The beach/sea

Use basic geographical vocabulary to refer to key physical features

 

(beach, cliff, coast etc)

“Katie Morag”

“Lighthouse keeper’s cat”

Science

Comparing how things move on different surfaces (boats/cars)

Materials  Naming every day materials and their properties

Everyday materials

 

Earth and space  (Helen Sharman – CD2)

Plants

Identify plants and animals in their habitats

Forces/

Materials  Naming every day materials and their properties

(DT – bridge making)

Identify plants and animals in their habitats

 

Seasons and weather to be covered in each block

Art

LS Lowry

 

Rousseau, Jungle Animals

 

 

Music

Geordie songs – Lambton worm/Blaydon Races/Bobby Shaftoe

Babushka

Zoo Time (Charanga)

Geordie Folk songs – end of year performance  (CD1)

‘Water of Tyne’

Music

To include pieces of music that represent the topics throughout the year

DT

Construction - cards

Textiles – Christmas Product (simple stitch)

 

Electricals/Electronics

PHSCE

Belonging

Prevent

Bullying (MF and B)

Friendships

SRE/Drug awareness L1

Making Change Happen – SEAL

 

SRE/Drug awareness L2

Problem solving – setting goals (end of year)

SRE/Drug awareness L3

PE

Differentiated ball skills/Dance

Gymnastics

Throwing/Invasion Games

Running (Athletics)/ Folk Dance for performance

Computing

E-safety/PHSCE

Revisit e-safety

Computational Thinking – algorithms and prog’g

Revisit e-safety

Digital Literacy and ICT Life skills

Revisit e-safety

Digital Literacy and ICT Life skills

 

RE

Expressions of Belonging/

Christian Beliefs and Practice

Christmas and Hanukkah/Meanings within Christmas and Hannukah

Easter/Teaching through Stories

Ideas about God in Christianity and Judaism.

Judaism: beliefs and practice

Judaism: Torah and Shabbat

Visits/Visitor

Artist to work in school (DWB to organise)

Walk around local area

Transport visit – getting around the local area (coach, metro, visit train station)

Prudhoe Castle Visit

 

Jesmond Dene

Songs/performance

St Mary’s Island/Tynemouth/Cullercoats

Local synagogue  

Role Play

Cave/Train

Castle

Small world opps  - arctic/desert

Small world – Katie Morag Island/Katie morag’s house

Curriculum Drivers

 

Speaking and Listening (CD1) – Family Assembly opportunities, drama and performance opportunities, sentence stemming

 

Widening Horizons (CD2) – visitors invited into assemblies, teacher assemblies (inspiring children with their experiences), famous person in each block, map work (knowledge of the world) to also refer to ‘where I could live, what I could do, travel opportunities, where we come from’

 

 

 

Lower Key Stage 2 2018 2019

 

Block 1 04.09.18 to 19.10.18

Block 2 22.10.18 to 18.01.19

Block 3 21.01.19 to29.03.19

Block 4 29.01.19 to 05.02.18

Theme

Anglo Saxons

Vikings

Volcanoes and Earthquakes

The River Tyne

Science

Living things and their habitats(See more detailed plan)

 

Forces and Magnets(See more detailed plan)

Rocks and fossils

Classify rocks on their appearance/properties/fossils/soil(See more detailed plan)

States of matter(See more detailed plan)

 

History

Britain’s settlement by the Anglo Saxons and Scots(See more detailed plan)

Britain’s settlement by Anglo-Saxons and Scots

The Viking and Anglo-Saxon struggle for the Kingdom until Edward the Confessor. (See more detailed plan)

No History

No History

Geography

Comparison of UK with a European country (Spain)

Travelling to Spain – using a compass 8 points of a compass maps symbols and keys

Locating countries –key physical and human characteristics, countries and cities. (See more detailed plan)

Map of Europe(See more detailed plan)

Volcanoes & earthquakes(See more detailed plan)

Local area study

Countries, cities and Geographical features of the

 

UK-land use and patterns.  – changing land use

Use fieldwork to observe, measure and record. (See more detailed plan)

Art

Spanish artists Picasso: cubism:

Dali: surrealism –collage from magazine pictures

Investigate warm and cool shades and tones– use to create contrasting habitat paintings for arctic and desert animals.

Rock art – take you pick! -

Watercolour techniques -– practise in sketch books, then incorporate crayon resist -

Music

Ukulele Year 4 /Diwali production Year 3

Ukulele/Three Little Birds

Ukulele/Glockenspiel stage 1

Ukulele/Lean on Me

DT

No DT

Textiles and Materials – seams and allowance

No DT

Food and Cooking – using a hob

PHSE

Good to be me

Relationships

Say “no” to bullying

Changes

PE

Dance Y3

Swimming Y4

Invasion Games 4wks Y3

Fitness and Hal 4wks Y3

 

Swimming Y4

Invasion Y3

Swimming Y44w

Athletics Y3

Swimming Y4

Computing

E safety

Computational Thinking – Algorithms and Programming

Coding

E safety

Computational Thinking – Algorithms and Programming

Coding

Digital Literacy and ICT life skills

E safety

Computational Thinking – Algorithms and Programming

HTML, communicating data

Digital Literacy and ICT life skills

E safety

Digital Literacy and ICT life skills

Computer Networks

RE

Unit 5

Religions in the local community

Unit 2a

Diwali (not Christmas)

Unit 6

The meanings of signs and Symbols

(carry over to block 3)

Unit 2b

Easter

Unit 6 continued

Unit 7 and unit 8

Hinduism

God and Worship in the Home

Beliefs and Practice

 

Upper Key Stage 2 2018 /2019

 

Block 1 04.09.18 to 19.10.18

Block 2 22.10.18 to 18.01.19

Block 3 21.01.19 to29.03.19

Block 4 29.01.19 to 05.02.18

Theme

World War 2

The Rainforest

The Earth and Beyond

The River Tyne

Science

Working scientifically

Experiments (See more detailed plan)

Living things and their habitats (year 5 and year 6 curriculum) (See more detailed plan)

Earth and Space(See more detailed plan)

Properties and changes of materials(See more detailed plan)

History

World War 2(See more detailed plan)

No History

No History

No History

Geography

Maps of Europe(See more detailed plan)

Comparison of the UK with Brazil – name and locate countries, cities, regions and features of the UK and a South American country. (See more detailed plan)

Position and significance of latitude/longitude etc. time zones day and night.

Climate zones, vegetation belts/(See more detailed plan)

Geography of the UK(See more detailed plan)

Art

Study contours on maps and create 3D representations of hilly areas

The work of Brazilian artist Romero Britto - - Ideas in sketch books and production of work in this style

Other South American art

Changes in materials – working with watercolour pencils dry and wet

changing watercolours -

3D representation of the solar system using papier mache

Printing using Styrofoam (safe-print sheets) – practise, show ppt on him and his work then create Andy Warhol pop-art-style pieces

Music

Tin Whistle/Living on a Prayer

 

 

Tin Whistle/Classroom Jazz 1

 

 

Tin Whistle/You’ve got a Friend

 

 

Tuishi Pamoja Y5

Panto Pandemonium Y6

Production

DT

Textiles – visual and tactile effects- materials

No DT

No DT

Food Technology – create and refine recipes, ratios

PHSE

Good to be me

Relationships

Say “no” to bullying

Changes

PE

Invasion Games

Net and Wall Games 4wks Y5

Dance 4 wks Y6

 

Fitness and Health 4wks

Gymnastics

Invasion Games 4 wks Y5

Strike and Field 4 wks Y5

 

Strike and Field 4 wks Y6

Athletics 4 wks Y6

Computing

E safety

Computational Thinking – Algorithms and Programming

Coding

E safety

Computational Thinking – Algorithms and Programming

Coding

Digital Literacy and ICT life skills

E safety

Computational Thinking – Algorithms and Programming

Micro bit project Y5

Lexia (Y6)

E safety

Digital Literacy and ICT life skills

Communicating Data

RE

Unit 5

The Influence of Faith on believers

Unit 6

God as Spirit

Unit 7a and b

Islam, Muhammad and The Qur’an

Unit 8 a and b

Islam the 5 pillars, and the role of the Mosque

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