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Key Stage One

Red Kites & Honeybees Summer 1 Topic Web - 2024

Red Kites & Honeybees Spring 2 Topic Web - 2024

Red Kites & Honeybees Spring 1 Topic Web - 2024

Red Kites & Honeybees Autumn 2 Topic Web - 2023

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Year 1 Overview - Cycle A

 Autumn 1Autumn 2Spring 1 Spring 2Summer 1 Summer 2
EnglishTalk 4 Writing
Maths Primary Stars / White Rose Maths

Science

(Twinkl)

 

Seasonal Changes:

Autumn & Winter

Everyday Materials

Animals Inc.

Humans

Seasonal Changes : SpringPlantsSeasonal Changes: Summer
Add in Scientists and Inventors lessons as they fit with topics

Computing

Teach Computing 

Technology around us / e-safetyA - Moving a RobotDigital PaintingGrouping DataDigital WritingB - Introduction to Animation

PE

Get Set 4 PE

FundamentalsYogaGymnasticsFitnessTeam BuildingAthletics
Music

Singing

(Hilary Lawson - Music Service)

Singing

(Hilary Lawson - Music Service)

Singing

(Hilary Lawson - Music Service)

REWhat do Christians believe God is like?Why does Christmas matter to Christians? How and why do we celebrate special times?What makes some places significant? What makes some places sacred to believers?Why does Easter matter to Christians?Who is a Muslim? What do they believe and how do they live?

PSHE

Jigsaw

Class Charter/ Being Me in my World Growth MindsetCelebrating DifferenceDreams and GoalsHealthy MeRelationshipsChanges

 

Topic (Hist, Geog, Art, DT)Autumn 1Autumn 2Spring 1Spring 2Summer
 Once Upon a TimeTalons and TurretsTo the Moon and BackHeroes of HistoryAre We There Yet?
HistoryHistory of Storytelling: Hans Christian Anderson, Brother Grimm (Significant individuals)Significant individuals: Queen Elizabeth II / Queen Victoria St George and the Dragon Changes in living memory, significant historical events.Significant individuals: Neil Armstrong, Tim Peake, Helen Sharman, Margaret Hamilton Changes in living memory, significant historical events, people and places.Lives of significant individuals such as Edward Jenner, Rosa Parks, Florence Nightingale (Magic Grandad) etc.Significant individuals: Amelia Earhart/George Stephenson/Christopher Columbus Events beyond living memory: Invention of the car/train/ships
GeographyMap work: Geographical Vocab: physical & human. Aerial photographs.

● Four countries of the UK, their capital cities, surrounding seas.

● Look at similarities and differences of a small area of the UK and a non-EU country. (Link to castles)

Location of hot and cold areas of the world, equator, north & south poles. Name & locate 7 continents, 5 oceans, comparing localities, compass directions, routes on maps.
ArtLeaf Art: Andy Goldsworthy sculpturesCollage mythical creatures Christmas cardsSpace Art: Jackson Pollock / Peter ThorpeSketching/3D faces with clay linked to Heroes of History (gallery display)Futurist painting: Umberto Buccioni, Giacomo Balla, Luigi RussoloDesigning mythical mode of transport
Design TechnologyMaking 3 little pigs houses (salt dough bricks, sticks and straw - how can we make a structure?) Different structures/ shapes for homes.3D junk modelling Castles with working drawbridge

Rockets/Space Buggies with wheels

 

Parachutes – link to Science

 

Tasting Space Food: freeze dried ice cream and fruit

Picture frames (made from wood using saws)

Packing a healthy picnic for a journey

 

Designing mythical mode of transport

Possible Trips / Visits *Possible Trip: Castle Visit- Mountfitchet Norman Village*Planetarium Visit to school *Possible trip: Mossman Collection, Stockwood Park

 

Year One - Yearly Maths Overview

Year 2 Overview - Cycle A

 Autumn 1Autumn 2Spring 1 Spring 2Summer 1Summer 2
EnglishTalk 4 Writing 
MathsPrimary Stars / White Rose Maths

Science

(Twinkl)

Living Things and Their Habitats – Pt1 (Microhabitats)PlantsUses of Everyday MaterialsThe EnvironmentLiving Things and Their Habitats – Pt 2Animals Inc. Humans
 Add in Scientists and Inventors lessons as they fit with topics
Computing Teach ComputingE-Safety / IT Around UsMaking Music (Link to iPad Music)Digital PhotographyPictogramsA - Robot AlgorithmsB - Introduction to Quizzes

PE

Get Set 4 PE

YogaFundamentalsGymnasticsFitnessTeam BuildingAthletics
MusicMusic Service iPad Music (Computing Link)Music Service Singing 
REHow do we show care for others? Why does it matter?How and why do we celebrate significant times? What makes some celebrations sacred to believers?How do we show care for the Earth? Why does it matter?What is the ‘good news’ Christians believe Jesus brings?What can we learn from sacred books and stories?Who is an inspiring person? What stories inspire people?

PSHE 

Jigsaw

Class Charter/ Being Me in my World

Growth Mindset

Celebrating DifferenceDreams and GoalsHealthy MeRelationshipsChanges

 

 

TopicAutumn 1Autumn 2Spring 1 Spring 2Summer
 Once Upon a TimeTalons and TurretsTo the Moon and BackHeroes of HistoryAre We There Yet?
History History of Storytelling: Hans Christian Anderson, Brother Grimm (Significant individuals)Significant individuals: Queen Elizabeth II / Queen Victoria St George and the Dragon Changes in living memory, significant historical events.Significant individuals: Neil Armstrong, Tim Peake, Helen Sharman, Margaret Hamilton Changes in living memory, significant historical events, people and places.Lives of significant individuals such as Edward Jenner, Rosa Parks, Florence Nightingale (Magic Grandad) etc.Significant individuals: Amelia Earhart/George Stephenson/Christopher Columbus Events beyond living memory: Invention of the car/train/ships
GeographyMap work: Geographical Vocab: physical & human. Aerial photographs, compass directions, routes on maps.Four countries of the UK, their capital cities, surrounding seas.Location of hot and cold areas of the world, equator, north & south poles. Name & locate 7 continents, 5 oceans, compass directions, routes on maps. Comparing localities: area of the UK and a non-EU country
ArtLeaf Art: Andy Goldsworthy sculptures

Collage mythical creatures

 

Christmas cards

Space Art: Jackson Pollock / Peter ThorpeSketching/3D faces with clay linked to Heroes of History (gallery display)Futurist painting: Umberto Buccioni, Giacomo Balla, Luigi Russolo Designing mythical mode of transport
Design TechnologyMaking 3 little pigs houses (salt dough bricks, sticks and straw - how can we make a structure?) Different structures/shapes for homes.3D junk modelling Castles with working drawbridge

Rockets/Space Buggies with wheels

 

Parachutes – link to Science

 

Tasting Space Food: freeze dried ice cream and fruit

Picture frames (made from wood using saws)

Packing a healthy picnic for a journey

 

Designing mythical mode of transport

Possible Trips / Visits*Walk to the park*Possible Trip: Castle Visit- Mountfitchet Norman Village*Planetarium Visit to school *Possible trip: Mossman Collection, Stockwood Park

 

Year Two - Yearly Maths Overview

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