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Subject

Autumn

Spring

Summer

Literacy

Term 1: Journeys

Term 2: Lewis Carroll

Term 3: C S Lewis

Term 4: China (to link with History)

Term 5: Carries War

Term 6: Street Child

Maths

Use, read, write and convert between standard units, converting measurements of time

Describe positions on the full coordinate grid (all four quadrants)

Interpret and construct pie charts and line graphs and use these to solve problems

 

Solve problems involving the relative sizes of two quantities where missing values can be found by using integer multiplication and division facts

Science

Term 1: All living things

Categorization/discussion

Term 2: Light

Term 3: Animals inc humans diet & lifestyle (digestion/respiration)

Term 4: Evolution and Inheritance

Term 5: Evolution/Inheritance & Reproduction

Term 6: Electricity

History

Viking & Anglo Saxon

Shang Dynasty (Ancient History)

Local History study (possible link to lit texts)

Geography

Location knowledge

Longitude, latitude and equator, tropic of Cancer & Capricorn, Greenwich and Meridian lines, day and night (time zones)

Geography skills and fieldwork

Orienteering, maps, atlases and globes (inc six figure map references)

Human and physical geography

Trade links, national distribution of natural resources, energy and food

DT

Technical knowledge

Mechanical systems, gears (cams and levers) using construction kits

 

Design, make and evaluate

Design, make and evaluate

Cooking and nutrition

Savoury dishes linked to WWI and WWII and rationing

 

Design, make and evaluate

RE

LAS Compulsory

Hinduism/Islam

  • Life Journey

[Rites of passage; include other religions, e.g. Bar/Bat Mitzvah in Judaism; have looked at how we know whether religious claims are true o not - this unit considers whether their truth or otherwise actually matters - what impact does religion have on people's lives, regardless of whether they can prove their beliefs to be true or not]

LAS Compulsory

Christianity

  • Life Journey

[Rites of passage; include other religions, e.g. Amrit in Sikhism; have looked at hoe we know whether religious claims are true or not - this unit considers whether their truth or otherwise actually matters - what impact does religion have on people's lives, regardless of whether they can prove their beliefs to be true or not]

LAS Additional

  • Do you have to belive in God to be good? (including Christianity)

[Opportunity to study Humanism/atheism and explore e.g. issues of social justice]

Art

Unit 4c

Journeys

(mixed media)

Chinese Art

(3d Focus)

Clay

Unit 6c

A sense of place

Linked to History – wartime

(drawing/photography/painting)

Music

Wider Opportunities (Lincolnshire Music Service)

Musical Theory: Exploring harmony, performance, musical composition, purpose, composers, singing, representation and evaluate pieces of music

Wider Opportunities (Lincolnshire Music Service)

Musical Theory: Exploring harmony, performance, musical composition, purpose, composers, singing, representation and evaluate pieces of music

Wider Opportunities

(Lincolnshire Music Service)

Musical Theory: Exploring harmony, performance, musical composition, purpose, composers, singing, representation and evaluate pieces of music

PE

Term 1:

Dance: Unit 1 World of Sport

Gymnastics: Counter Balance & Counter Tension

 

Term 2:

Invasion Games Unit 4 Basketball

Term 3:
Dance: Youth Culture/Gangs

Gymnastics: Counter Balance & Counter Tension (cont.)

 

Term 4:

Health Related Fitness

Invasion Games: Unit 4 Hockey

Term 5:

Athletics: Elevating Athletics – Y9-11 & ESAA Awards

Sports Day Practice

 

Term 6:

Net/Wall Games

Striking/Fielding Games: Kwik Cricket