Woodlands Junior School Curriculum Long Term Overview 2012

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Woodlands Junior School Curriculum Long Term Overview 2012
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Woodlands Junior School Curriculum Long Term Overview 2012-2013
Scheme of work (SOW)
Notes
1. Literacy
New Framework
2. Maths
New Framework
3. Science
QCA
4. ICT
Newham SoW ITASS
5&6. Geography
& History
7&8. DT & Art
QCA
QCA
9. Music
Music Express
10. RE
Redbridge Syllabus
11. PE
Val Sabens
12. PSHE
SEAL
13 . MFL
Catherine Cheater
Y3
Maths
English
Science
1. Autumn
first half
Block A : Counting,
partitioning and
calculating
Block B: Securing
number facts and
understanding shape
Block C: Handling
data and measures
Block D:
Calculating,
measuring and
understanding
shapes
Block E : Securing
number facts,
relationships and
calculating
Unit 1 stories with
familiar settings
(3 weeks)
2. Autumn
second half
As Autumn
3. Spring
first half
As Autumn
4. Spring
second half
As Autumn
5. Summer
first half
As Autumn
6. Summer
second half
As Autumn
Unit 2 Myths and
Legends (4
weeks)
Unit 2 Instructions
(3-4 weeks)
Unit 3 Adventures
and Mystery (4
weeks)
Unit 3 Information
texts
Unit 5 Dialogue
and plays
Unit 1 Poems to
perform (3 weeks)
Unit 1 Reports (4
weeks)
Unit 4 Authors and
Letters (3 weeks)
Unit 3 Language
play (2 weeks)
UNIT 3D
Rocks & soils
UNIT 3E
Magnets &
Springs
UNIT 3B
Helping plants
grow well
UNIT 3F
Light & shadows
Unit 2 Shape poetry
and calligrams (2-3
weeks
UNIT 3A
Teeth & eating
UNIT 3C
Characteristics of
materials
History/Geography
History – UNIT 6a
Why have people
invaded and settled
in Britain in the
past?
Romans case study
Art/DT
ART- UNIT 3B
Investigating
Pattern
Animal Magic
Exploring
descriptive sounds
Music
History – UNIT
6a
Why have people
invaded and
settled in Britain
in the past?
Romans case
study
ART UNIT
Can we change
places?
Play it again
Exploring
rhythmic patterns
Geography UNIT 7 Weather
around the world
Geography –
UNIT 18
Connecting
ourselves to the
world
Geography –
UNIT 6
Investigating our
local area
History – UNIT 18
What was it like to
live here in the
past?
DT UNIT 3B
Sandwich Snacks
DT Unit 3D
Photograph
Frames
Dragon Scales
Exploring
pentatonic scales
ART- UNIT 3A
Lighting it up
How/Why do
Hindus worship?
Session 1 & 2
How is Christmas
represented in art
and music?
Outdoor
Games (Unit2)
Creative Games
Making
Indoor
Gymnastics
(Symmetry and
Asymmetry)
How/Why do
Hindus worship?
Session 3&4
Easter - Palm
Sunday
ART- UNIT 3A
Portraying
Relationships
Painting with
sound
Exploring sound
colours
Why did Jesus use
stories to challenge
people?
Outdoor
Games (Unit 3)
Net/Court and Wall
Games
Indoor
Dance (
Outdoor
Games (Unit 4)
Striking and
Fielding Games
Indoor
Gymnastics
(Pathways)
Outdoor
Athletics (Unit 1)
Indoor
Gymnastics
(Travelling with a
change of front and
direction)
Outdoor
Athletics (Unit 2)
Indoor
Dance
Going for gold
Diversity and
difference
Keeping myself
safe
Changes
Careers
Relationships
SRE – Health and
well being
RE
How and why do
Hindus celebrate
Diwali?
PE
Outdoor
Games (Unit 1)
Ball Skills –
Invasion Focus
Indoor
Gymnastics
Stretching, Curling
and Arching)
PSHE
New beginnings
Getting on and
falling out
Feelings
Bullying
The Class Orchestra
Exploring
arrangements
Salt, pepper,
Vinegar, Mustard
Exploring singing
games
What makes me the
person I am?
Good to be me
French
Numbers 0-6
zéro, un, deux, trois, quatre, cinq, six
Numbers 7-10
sept, huit, neuf, dix
Greetings
Bonjour! Bonjour + name
Bonjour, monsieur / madame /
mademoiselle
Comment t’appelles-tu?
Joyeux Noël !
Phrase of celebration
Bonne Année !
Classroom phrases e.g.
asseyez-vous, asseyez-vous correctement,
croisez les bras, écoutez, levez-vous,
montrez-moi, regardez, taisez-vous,
touchez
Verbs e.g.
Courez, marchez, marchez sur la pointe des
pieds, sautez
Adjectives e.g.
bleu, gris, jaune, rouge, vert
Vocabulary for spelling skills
Comment ça s’écrit?
some alphabet letters
Vocabulary for sentence building
Voici, et, un bonhomme de neige, le Père
Noël, un renne, un chat, un chien, un
cadeau, un sapin
Vocabulary for spelling skills
consonne, voyelle
more alphabet letters
Adverbs e.g.
Lentement, vite
Asking politely
s’il te plaît, merci, voilà
Masculine and feminine nouns e.g.
Qu’est-ce que c’est?
un pinceau, un feutre, un crayon, un stylo,
une gomme, une règle
Punctuation e.g.
Virgule, point
Numbers 11-31
onze, douze, treize, quatorze, quinze,
seize, dix-sept, dix-huit, dix-neuf, vingt,
vingt et un, vingt-deux, vingt-trois, vingtquatre, vingt-cinq, vingt-six, vingt-sept,
vingt-huit, vingt-neuf, trente, trente et un
Vocabulary from a song
un tee-shirt, un pantalon, un pull, un
chapeau, je mets
Responding to questions
oui, non
Days of the week
lundi, mardi, mercredi, jeudi, vendredi,
samedi, dimanche
aujourd’hui, c’est …
hier, c’était …
demain, ce sera…
Taking the register
présent, présente
Punctuation e.g.
ouvrez les guillemets
fermez les guillemets
Y4
Maths
English
Science
History/Geography
Art/DT
1. Autumn
first half
Block A : Counting,
partitioning and
calculating
Block B: Securing
number facts and
understanding shape
Block C: Handling
data and measures
Block D: Calculating,
measuring and
understanding shapes
Block E : Securing
number facts,
relationships and
calculating
Unit 1 Stories with
historical settings (3
weeks)
2. Autumn
second half
As Autumn
3. Spring
first half
As Autumn
4. Spring
second half
As Autumn
5. Summer
first half
As Autumn
6. Summer
second half
As Autumn
Unit 2 Stories set
in imaginary
worlds (4 weeks)
Unit 3 Stories from
other cultures (3 weeks)
Unit 4 Stories which
raise issues /
dilemmas (4 weeks)
Unit 2
Exploring Form (2
weeks)
Unit 4
Persuasive texts
(4 weeks)
Unit 1 Recounts :
Newspaper/
magazines (4 weeks)
Unit 1 Creating
images (2 weeks)
UNIT 4D
Separating liquids &
solids
History – UNIT10
What can we find out
about ancient Egypt
from what has
survived?
ART- UNIT 4B
Take A Seat
UNIT 4E
Friction
UNIT 4C
Keeping warm
Geography –
UNIT 9
Village settlers
DT UNIT 4B
Storybooks
Unit 2 Information
texts (3-4 weeks)
Unit 5 Plays (2 -3
weeks)
Unit 3 Explanation
texts (2-3 weeks)
UNIT 4F
Circuits & conductors
UNIT 4A
Moving & Growing
UNIT 4B
Habitats
History – UNIT 8 What
were the differences
between the rich & poor
in Tudor times?
Geography – UNIT
10
A village in India
History – UNIT 7
Why did Henry VIII
marry six times?
Geography –
UNIT 8 Improving
the Environment
ART- UNIT 4A
Viewpoints
DT UNIT 4C
Torches/Alarms
ART- UNIT 4C
Journeys
DT UNIT 4A
Money Containers
Music
Play it Again
Exploring rhythmic
patterns
The Class
Orchestra
Exploring
arrangements
Dragon scales
Exploring melodies and
scales.
Painting with Sound
Exploring sound
colours
Salt, pepper,
Vinegar, Mustard
Exploring singing
games
Animal Magic
Exploring descriptive
sounds
RE
How might being
Jewish affect how
you live your life?
Why is Pesach a special
time for Jewish people?
3&4
Easter – Lent
How should we
relate to the world?
How should we relate
to the world?
PE
Outdoor
Games (Unit 1)
Net/Court/Wall
Games
Indoor
Gymnastics
Balance
Why is Pesach a
special time for
Jewish people?
Session 1&2
What is the
significance of
light at Advent and
Christmas?
Outdoor
Games (Unit 2)
Problem solving
and Inventing
Games
Indoor
Dance
Outdoor
Games(Unit 3)
Invasion Games
Indoor
Gymnastics
Receiving Body Weight
Outdoor
Athletics (Unit 1)
Indoor
Gymnastics
Rolling
Outdoor
Athletics (Unit 2)
Indoor
Dance
PSHE
New beginnings
Getting on and
falling out.
Going for goals
Outdoor
Games (Unit 4)
Striking and Fielding
Games
Indoor
Gymnastics
Balance leading into
change of front and
direction.
Good to be me
Relationships
Changes
Say no to bullying.
Drug and alcohol
Cultural diversity
SRE
Careers
Citizenship
French
Numbers 0-6
zéro, un, deux, trois, quatre, cinq, six
Numbers 7-10
sept, huit, neuf, dix
Greetings
Bonjour! Bonjour + name
Bonjour, monsieur / madame / mademoiselle
Comment t’appelles-tu?
Joyeux Noël !
Phrase of celebration
Bonne Année !
Classroom phrases e.g.
Vocabulary for spelling skills
consonne, voyelle
more alphabet letters
Numbers 11-31
onze, douze, treize, quatorze, quinze, seize,
dix-sept, dix-huit, dix-neuf, vingt, vingt et un,
vingt-deux, vingt-trois, vingt-quatre, vingtcinq, vingt-six, vingt-sept, vingt-huit, vingtneuf, trente, trente et un
Vocabulary from a song
un tee-shirt, un pantalon, un pull, un chapeau,
asseyez-vous, asseyez-vous correctement,
croisez les bras, écoutez, levez-vous,
montrez-moi, regardez, taisez-vous, touchez
Adjectives e.g.
bleu, gris, jaune, rouge, vert
Verbs e.g.
Courez, marchez, marchez sur la pointe des
pieds, sautez
Adverbs e.g.
Lentement, vite
Vocabulary for spelling skills
Comment ça s’écrit?
some alphabet letters
Asking politely
s’il te plaît, merci, voilà
Vocabulary for sentence building
Voici, et, un bonhomme de neige, le Père
Noël, un renne, un chat, un chien, un cadeau,
un sapin
Masculine and feminine nouns e.g.
Qu’est-ce que c’est?
un pinceau, un feutre, un crayon, un stylo, une
gomme, une règle
Punctuation e.g.
Virgule, point
je mets
Responding to questions
oui, non
Days of the week
lundi, mardi, mercredi, jeudi, vendredi,
samedi, dimanche
aujourd’hui, c’est …
hier, c’était …
demain, ce sera…
Taking the register
présent, présente
Punctuation e.g.
ouvrez les guillemets
fermez les guillemets
Y5
Maths
1. Autumn
first half
Block A : Counting,
partitioning and
calculating
Block B: Securing
number facts and
understanding shape
Block C: Handling
data and measures
Block D:
Calculating,
measuring and
understanding
shapes
Block E : Securing
number facts,
relationships and
calculating
2. Autumn
second half
As Autumn
3. Spring
first half
As Autumn
Unit 1 Novels and
stories by significant
children’s authors
(4 weeks)
Unit 2
Traditional
stories, fables,
myths legends (4
weeks)
Unit 3 Stories from
other cultures (3
weeks)
English
Unit 1 Instructions
(3 weeks)
Science
UNIT 5E
Unit 2 Recounts (4-5
weeks)
4. Spring
second half
As Autumn
UNIT 5A
6. Summer
second half
As Autumn
Unit 5 Film
Narrative (3 weeks)
Unit 6 Dramatic
conventions (2
weeks)
Unit 3 Choral and
performance
(1 week)
Unit 3 Persuasive
writing (5-6 weeks)
UNIT F
UNIT 5B
Unit 4 Older
literature (3 weeks
Unit 2
Classic/narrative
poems (2 weeks)
Unit 1 Poetic
Style (word play,
rhyme, metaphor,
words choice) (2
weeks
UNIT 5C
5. Summer
first half
As Autumn
UNIT 5D
Earth, Sun & Moon
Gases around us
Keeping Healthy
Changing State
Changing Sound
History/Geography
Geography – UNIT
13
Contrasting UK
Locality
History – UNIT
14
Who were the
ancient Greeks?
Geography –
Unit 11
Water
History – UNIT15
How do we use
ancient Greeks ideas
today?
Art/DT
ART- UNIT 5B
Containers
ART- UNIT 5C
Talking Textiles
DT UNIT 5B/D
Bread DT UNIT 5C
Moving Toys
ART- UNIT 5A
Objects & Meanings
Geography –
UNIT 20
Local traffic- an
environmental
issue
DT UNIT 5A
Musical
Instruments
Music
Cyclic Patterns
Exploring rhythm &
pulse
Roundabout
Exploring sounds
Journey into Space
Exploring sound
sources
Songwriter
Exploring music &
melody
RE
Why is Muhammad
important to
Muslims?
Why are prayer
and the mosque
important to
Muslims?
Session 1&2
Why is Christmas
important to
Christians?
Why are prayer and
the mosque important
to Muslims? Session
3&4
Easter – Last Supper
and Arrest
PE
Outdoor
Games (Unit 1)
Net/Court/Wall
Games
Indoor
Gymnastics
Bridges
Outdoor
Games (Unit 2)
Invasion and
Target (Ball
Handling Games)
Indoor
Gymnastics
Flight
Outdoor
Games (Unit3)
Invasion Games
(Implement and
Kicking)
Indoor
Dance
Outdoor
Games (Unit 4)
Striking and
Fielding
Indoor
Gymnastics
Functional use of
limbs
Stars, hide your
fires
Performing
together
What inner forces
affect how we think
and behave?
Outdoor
Athletics (Unit 1)
Indoor
Gymnastics
Spinning and
Turning
Sex Education
Life Cycles
History – UNIT 11
What was it like for
children living in
Victorian Britain?
DT UNIT 5C
Moving Toys
Who Knows?
Exploring musical
process
affect how we think
and behave?
Outdoor
Athletics (Unit 2)
Indoor
Dance
PSHE
French
New beginnings
Getting on and
falling out
Financial capability
and charities
Bullying
Numbers 0-10, greetings, classroom
phrases, colours, some alphabet letters.
Questions, answers and sentence
building e.g.
Qui est-ce?
C’est + name
Ce n’est pas + name
Dans le sac, il y a… et...
Further adjectives e.g.
blanc, brun, noir, orange, rose
Vocabulary for a game
Coin! Coin!
Encore!
Masculine nouns e.g.
un âne, un avion, un caméléon, un
cochon, un éléphant, un furet, un lion, un
mouton, un ours, un papillon, un
perroquet
Feminine nouns e.g.
une abeille, une araignée, une baleine,
une chenille, une grenouille,une libellule,
une panthère, une perruche, une poule,
une souris
Going for Goals
Good to be me
Citizenship
SRE
Drugs and alcohol
Cultural diversity
Relationships
Changes
Adjectives that precede the noun e.g.
Petit, grand
Sentence starters e.g.
Chez moi
Dans ma chambre
Dans mon placard
Verbs e.g.
danser, sauter, voler, nager
Punctuation e.g.
Point d’exclamation
Point d’interrogation
Months
janvier, février, mars, avril, mai, juin, juillet,
août, septembre, octobre, novembre,
décembre
ce mois-ci, c’est…
le mois dernier, c’était…
le mois prochain, ce sera…
Vocabulary from a song
une culotte, une chemise, une veste, des
lunettes
Que fais-tu?
Questions and answers e.g.
Combien de cochons y a-t-il ?
Il y a cinq cochons
Quelle est la date aujourd’hui?
C’est le + date.
Phrases of celebration / greeting e.g.
Bonnes vacances !
Joyeux anniversaire !
Bon anniversaire !
Towns in France e.g.
Amiens, Angers, Avignon, Bordeaux,
Calais, Cherbourg, Dieppe, Dijon, Lyon,
Marseille, Nantes, Nice, Paris, Reims,
Tours.
Y6
Maths
English
1. Autumn
first half
Block A : Counting,
partitioning and
calculating
Block B: Securing
number facts and
understanding shape
Block C: Handling
data and measures
Block D:
Calculating,
measuring and
understanding
shapes
Block E : Securing
number facts,
relationships and
calculating
Unit 1 Fiction
genres (4-5 weeks)
Unit 1 Biography
and autobiography
(3 weeks)
2. Autumn
second half
As Autumn
3. Spring
first half
As Autumn
4. Spring
second half
As Autumn
5. Summer
first half
As Autumn
6. Summer
second half
As Autumn
Unit 2 Extending
narrative (2
weeks)
Unit 3 Persuasion
transition unit (3
weeks)
Unit 4
Formal /
impersonal writing
(3 weeks)
Revision 8 weeks
Reading and
writing narratives
and plays (3 weeks)
Unit 1
The power of
imagery (2 weeks)
Unit 2 Journalist
writing (3 weeks)
Unit 4
Short Stories with
flashbacks (3 weeks)
Revision Unit 3
Reading poetry
(2 weeks)
Reading and
writing non fiction
(3 weeks)
Unit 3 Authors
and texts (2
weeks)
Science
UNIT 6A
Interdependence and
adaptation
UNIT 6G
Changing circuits
UNIT 6D
Reversible and
irreversible changes
UNIT 6 F
How we see things
Reading poetry
(2 weeks)
UNIT 6H
Enquiry in
environmental and
Unit 2 Finding a
voice (1 week)
Transition Unit
UNIT 6B
Micro-organisms
UNIT 6E
Forces in action
technological
contexts
UNIT 6C
More about
dissolving
History/Geography
History – UNIT 4
What was it like for
children during the
war?
Geography –
UNIT 15
The mountain
environment
History – UNIT 13
How Life has
changed in Britain
since 1948
Geography –
UNIT 14
Investigating
Rivers
History – UNIT 16
How can we find
out about the Indus
valley civilisation?
Geography –
Unit 23
Investigating coasts
Art/DT
DT Unit 6A
Shelters
ART- UNIT 6A
People in Action
ART- UNIT 6C
A Sense of Place
Roundabout
Exploring sounds
Songwriter
Exploring music &
melody
Cyclic patterns
Exploring rhythm
and pulse
RE
Why is the
Gurdwara an
important place for
the Sikh
community?
Why are the ten
Gurus special for
Sikhs? Sessions 5-7
Easter –
Crucifixion and
Resurrection
ART- UNIT6B
What a
Performance
Stars, hide your
fires
Performing
together
Year 6 Supported
Assignment
(What do signs and
symbols mean in
religion?)
DT Unit 6B
Slippers
Music
PE
Outdoor
Games (Unit 1)
Invasion Games
(Soccer x3 lessons
& Hockey x3
lessons)
Indoor
Gymnastics
Partner work –
matching and
DT Unit 6D
Controllable
Vehicles
Journey into
Space
Exploring sound
sources
Why are the ten
Gurus special for
Sikhs? Sessions 14
What are the
sources of the
familiar Christmas
story?
Outdoor
Games (Unit 2)
Invasion Games
Net/Court/Wall
Games
(Volleyball x3
lessons & Tennis
x 3 lessons)
Indoor
Gymnastics
Outdoor
Games (Unit 3)
Striking and Fielding
(Rounders and
Cricket)
Indoor
Dance
Outdoor
Games (Unit 4)
Invasion Games
(Ball Handling)
(Netball x2 lessons,
Basket Ball x2
lessons, Rugby x2
lessons)
Indoor
Gymnastics
Outdoor
Athletics (Unit 1)
Indoor
Gymnastics
Counter-balance
and Countertension
Who Knows?
Exploring musical
process
Year 6 Supported
Assignment
(What do signs and
symbols mean in
religion?)
Outdoor
Athletics (Unit 2)
Indoor
Dance
Mirroring
Partner work –
Synchronisation
and Canon
ICT
Spreadsheetsspreadsheet
modelling
Internet: going global
Handling datasurveys.
Giving
instructions- logo
procedures
PSHE
New beginnings
Multimedia
presentations- non
linear multimedia
authoring
Getting on and
falling out
Going for goals
Good to be me
Drugs and alcohol
Data logging
(taught as part of a
science
investigation)
SRE
Bullying
Careers
Diversity and
difference
Relationships
Changes
Citizenship
French
Numbers 0-10, greetings, classroom
phrases, colours, some alphabet letters.
Questions, answers and sentence
building e.g.
Qui est-ce?
C’est + name
Ce n’est pas + name
Dans le sac, il y a… et...
Further adjectives e.g.
blanc, brun, noir, orange, rose
Vocabulary for a game
Coin! Coin!
Encore!
Masculine nouns e.g.
un âne, un avion, un caméléon, un cochon,
un éléphant, un furet, un lion, un mouton,
un ours, un papillon, un perroquet
Feminine nouns e.g.
une abeille, une araignée, une baleine, une
Holes and Barriers
Adjectives that precede the noun e.g.
Petit, grand
Sentence starters e.g.
Chez moi
Dans ma chambre
Dans mon placard
Verbs e.g.
danser, sauter, voler, nager
Punctuation e.g.
Point d’exclamation
Point d’interrogation
Months
janvier, février, mars, avril, mai, juin,
juillet, août, septembre, octobre, novembre,
décembre
ce mois-ci, c’est…
le mois dernier, c’était…
le mois prochain, ce sera…
Vocabulary from a song
une culotte, une chemise, une veste, des
lunettes
Que fais-tu?
Questions and answers e.g.
Combien de cochons y a-t-il ?
Il y a cinq cochons
Quelle est la date aujourd’hui?
C’est le + date.
Phrases of celebration / greeting e.g.
Bonnes vacances !
Joyeux anniversaire !
Bon anniversaire !
Towns in France e.g.
Amiens, Angers, Avignon, Bordeaux,
Calais, Cherbourg, Dieppe, Dijon, Lyon,
Marseille, Nantes, Nice, Paris, Reims,
Tours.
chenille, une grenouille,une libellule, une
panthère, une perruche, une poule, une
souris

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