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Primary Long Term Plan

 

Autumn 1

Autumn 2

Spring 1

Spring 2

Summer 1

Summer 2

English

1

Goldilocks and the Three Bears / Recount

Handa’s Surprise / Letters

Aliens Love Underpants / Poetry

The Three Little Pigs / Instructions

Rainbow Fish / Non Chron Report

The Town Mouse and the Country Mouse / Postcards/settings

2

Cinderella &Fairy-tale stories.

Book Review.

Instructions.

Letter Writing.

 

Recount (Florence Nightingale).

Information booklets.

Diary entry (Samuel Peeps).

Mrs Armitage on Wheels.

Author Study (Quentin Blake).

Instructions.

Explanation.

 

The Owl and the Pussycat.

Owl babies.

Poetry.

Non-chronological report (bees/owls)

 

How the world was made.

The Tiger Child.

Noah’s Ark

Persuasive writing. Recount of zoo trip.

Non- chronological reports (animals)

 

King Midas and the Golden touch (Greek myth).

Letters in a bottle.

Pirates.

Character description.

Brochure/leaflet writing.

 

 

3

Sand Wizards- Jon Blake/ Information texts

A Tune of Lies- Lou Kuenzler/ Instructions

A Tale of Two Robots- Roy Apps/ Discussion texts

Water Cycle- Andrew Fusek Peters/ Explanation texts

Smash and Grab- John Dougherty/ Non-chronological Reports

The Enchantress of the Sands- Jamila Gavin/ Biography and Autobiography

4

Sugar cane juice / Reviews

The Fly and the Fool / Evaluating evidence

Charlie and the chocolate factory / Instructions

Poetry / Persuasive writing

Lost or stolen / Journalistic Recounts

Runaways / Information texts

5

Prometheus and Pandora / instructions

Bling / recounts

Poetry / persuasive writing

This is NOT a fairy tale / biography + autobiography

Dragon Slayer / Non chronological reports

Father’s Day – playscripts/ discussion text

6

Legend

Robin Hood & The Golden

Arrow by Geraldine

McCaughrean

Grammar

Expanded noun phrases

Semicolons, colons and dashes.

Fiction Outcome

Retelling a narrative from a

different point of view.

Non Fiction Outcome

Journalistic writing. Write &

present TV News Report

Poetry

Rabbit in Mixer

Survives by Roger

McGough

Grammar

Punctuation of bullet

points

Fiction Outcome

Write poetry using

extended metaphors

and layered images.

Non Fiction Outcome

Write a balanced

argument.

An Historical Setting

Brashem’s Tortoise by

Susan Price

Grammar

Informal and formal

speech and writing,

subjunctive.

Passive voice

Fiction Outcome

Narrative with focus on

planning and setting.

Non Fiction Outcome

Formal and impersonal texts.

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SATs moderation preparation

A Story with

Flashbacks.

Gone Away! By Lou

Kuenzler

Grammar

Formal and informal

vocabulary

Fiction Outcome

A story with evocative

language and

flashbacks.

Non Fiction Outcome

Write an autobiography.

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SATs moderation preparation

Playscript

The Elephant in the

Room by Lou Kuenzler

Grammar

Hyphens to avoid

ambiguity

Fiction Outcome

Write an extra scene

for the play

Non Fiction Outcome

Write a persuasive

presentation.

 

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SATs moderation preparation

Authors and Texts

I believe in Unicorns by

Michael Morpurgo

Grammar

Linking ideas across

paragraphs using a wide

range of cohesive

devices.

Fiction Outcome

Children writing in role

as central character

from text.

Non Fiction Outcome

Explanation writing

Maths

1

Numbers to 10

Addition and subtraction within 10

Shapes and patterns

Numbers to 20

Addition and subtraction within 20

Exploring calculation strategies within 20

Time

Numbers to 40

Adding and subtracting within 40

Length, weight and volume

Numbers to 100

Adding and subtracting within 100

Money

Multiplication and division

2

Numbers within 100.

Add and subtract 2-digit numbers.

Word problems.

 

Measuring length.

Graphs (data).

Multiplication and division.

 

Exploring calculation strategies.

Money.

Shape and Space.

Time.

Fractions.

Numbers within 1000.

Add and subtract 2 and 3 digit numbers.

Measuring capacity and volume.

Measuring mass.

Multiplication and division.

Consolidation term – revising calculation strategies and next steps in preparation for Year 3 objectives.

3

Place Value/ Graphs

Addition and Subtraction/ Length

Multiplication and Division

Time/ Fractions

Angles and Shape/ x Tables

Weight and Volume/ Calculation strategies

4

Reasoning with 4 digit numbers

Problem solving with integer addition and subtraction

Multiplication and division

Time

Discrete and continuous data

Fractions

Decimals

Area and perimeter 

Solving problems with addition and subtraction

Coordinates, shape and symmetry

 

Calculating with whole numbers and decimals

 

5

Place value numbers to 100000

Addition and subtraction of 4 digit numbers

Multiplication and division,

Properties of shape

Fractions, decimals, percentages

Data handling, coordinates, symmetry, translation

Area and perimeter, converting measures

Recap and review all topics / problem solving

6

Number and Place Value (3 weeks)

Addition and Subtraction (3 weeks)

Multiplication and Division

(3 weeks)

Fractions and Decimals

(3-4 weeks)

Ration and Proportion

(2 weeks)

Algebra (2 weeks)

Measurement

(1 week)

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SATs preparation

Measurement

(1 week)

Geometry

(3 weeks)

Statistics (3 weeks)

SATs preparation

SATs preparation/

revision

Money/Enterprise (3 weeks)

Real-life problems/Maths mastery

(3 – 4 weeks)

Science

1

Body parts

Keeping healthy

senses

Plants

Light and light sources

Reflection

Constellations

Materials

Shadows

Growth

Importance of water

What do plants and animals eat?

River life

2

Healthy eating /

Importance of exercise.

Parts of the human body

Identifying common plants and trees.

Labelling plants.

Investigating properties of materials by

Sorting and classifying.

 

Life-cycles (bees) and

pollination.

Planning and carrying out a fair test investigation.

Human impact on the environment.

Keeping the world healthy.

Animal habitats

Animal classification and food chains.

Sorting natural and man-made materials.

3

Electricity, forces and magnets

Working scientifically

Germinating and growing

Forces and friction

-

Plants and animals

Habitats

Rocks

4

Sight and sound

Wind resistance

Electricity

Nutrition

 

Human body

 

Temperature

 

5

Materials and changes of state

 

Light, sound, forces, electricity

 

Nature, adaption, life cycles

 

6

Living things and their habitats

Animals including humans

Evolution and Inheritance

Light

Electricity

Earth and Space

Computing

1

Using programmable toys

Filming the steps of a recipe

Illustrating an eBook

Finding images using the web

Producing a talking book

Creating a card electronically

2

Programming on screen

Exploring how computer games work

Taking, selecting and editing digital images

Researching a topic

Communicating clues

Recording bug hunt data

3

Programming an animation

Finding and correcting bugs in programs

Videoing performance

Exploring computer networks, including the Internet

Communicating safely on the Internet

Collecting and analysing data

4

Developing a simple educational game

Prototyping an interactive toy

Producing digital music

Editing and writing HTML

Producing a wiki

Presenting the weather

5

Developing an interactive game

Cracking codes

Fusing geometry and art

Creating a web page about cyber safety

Sharing experiences and opinions

Creating a virtual space

6

Planning the creation of a mobile app

Developing project management skills

Researching the app market

Designing an interface for an app

Developing a simple mobile phone app

Creating video and web copy for a mobile phone app

History/

Geography

1

Why do we play with different toys as we grow older?

Hello I’m new here

Starry Night

What can we learn about our world from stories?

Why is water precious?

Where could we go for a great day out?

2

Party Planners Topic

Geography: Learning about where our food comes from

Pride in Place Topic

History: Great fire of London 1666. Geography: Locality of Bristol/maps and the wider world.

Mrs Armitage Topic

Geography: Traffic in the locality.

History: Henry Ford and the changing designs of cars.

The Owl and the Pussycat Topic

 

History/Geography: Traditional bee keeping and locality of bee populations.

 

All Creatures Great and Small Topic

Geography: Habitat areas of the world (continents) History: Charles Darwin study.

The Seaside Topic

 

 

History: Changes to the seaside and Robert Stephenson’s rocket. Ancient Greece.

Geography: Weather systems

and coastal locality. Blue flag awarded beaches.

3

Homes before electricity

Inventors

First civilisations

Early civilisation- Tikal

Where is Guatemala?

Living memory

-

Town planners

Stories of new towns and model villages

4

How do we see and hear?

Why do we speak English?

 

Should we stop eating chocolate?

From a railway carriage

Inner space

 

European regional study

5

 

Castles

 

The Highwayman

 

North / South American study

6

Norman Conquests/Saxon resistance

Has there ever been a better time to live?

Britain since 1945

Why do some creatures no longer exist?

Madagascar study

The Lady of Shallot

The Great UK Geographical Challenge

How successful are we as entrepreneurs?

Art/DT

1

Observational drawings/texture/printing

Making a toy

Masks/murals

Colour mixing/tones

Van Gogh

Making finger puppets

Collage

Creating a fish tank

Water shakers

Patterns/silhouettes/portraits

Designing and making a poster

2

 

Still life-drawing and

printing.

 

Firework pictures.

 

Illustrator study: Quentin Blake.

Kandinsky.

 

 

Observational drawings.

 

 

Sketch work.

 

Collages.

Victorian Postcard designs.

 

3

Design and make a torch

Make Egyptian food/

Celtic patterns

Design and make a puppet/

Mayan weaving

Figure sketches/ life drawing/

Music appreciation

Models of characters/

Natural sculpture

-

4

Select from and use a wider range of tools and equipment to perform practical tasks

Create Roman shields and mosaics

Research, make and design labels

 

Draw a landscape

Create Picasso and art and draw portraits

Create a recipe

5

Design and test a carrier bag for strength

 

Design and make a fairground ride

Illustrate verses / settings of the poem

Planting seeds / observational drawing

 

6

Observational drawings/texture/printing

 

Drawing/Painting/

Sculpture

Learn about great architects

Learn about great artists

Learn about great artists

Enterprise challenge

RE

1

Where do we belong?

Why are some stories special?

Why is our world special?

2

How do we celebrate our journey through life?

Why is Jesus important?

Why are some places special?

3

What is important to me?

Why do religious books and teachings matter?

What does it mean to belong to a religion?

Judaism

What does it mean to belong to a religion?

Hinduism

4

What can we learn from the life and teaching of Jesus?

Who is Jesus?

What can we learn from the life and teaching of Jesus?

Jesus.

The Easter story

What does it mean to belong to a religion?

Islam

5

What does it mean to belong to a religion?

Christianity

How do people express their beliefs and identity?

Why do religious books and teachings matter?

6

How should we live and who can inspire us?

How do we make moral choices?

What do people believe about life?

 

 

Edison Core Learning Skills Curriculum

PSHE

1

Learning with others

Developing independence and responsibility

Improving own learning and performance

Developing sense of self-worth and understanding of self and others

Thinking skills

Speaking and listening

 

2

3

4

5

6

PE

1

Playground games

Dance/direction

Dance

Team games

Sending and receiving skills

Athletics

2

 

Gymnastics.

 

Throwing and Catching.

 

 

Orienteering/problem  solving.

 

Dance

 

Outdoor team games.

 

Athletics

3

Team games

Gymnastics/ Swimming

Team games

Dance/ Swimming

Gymnastics

Athletics

4

Outdoor and adventurous activities

Swimming

 

Invasion games

Swimming

Gymnastics

Swimming

Dance

Swimming

 

Team games

Swimming

Athletics

Swimming

5

Invasion Games (basketball / netball)

Health and fitness

Dance

Invasion Games (football)

Racket / bat sports

Athletics

6

Competitive Games

Competitive Games

Competitive Games

Dance/Movement

And Flexibility

Outdoor and adventurous activities

 

Running/Jumping

And Throwing