Year 3 Curriculum Map

 

Autumn Term 1

Term 2

Spring Term 1

Term 2

Summer Term 1

Term 2

RE

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RE Planner 2016/17

Responses to Creation (R1)

Celebration of significant events in peoples’ lives (CE1)

Signs and symbols and their significance in the liturgy (CE3)

Role of Mary as Mother (C1) linked to month of October

Year of Mercy pilgrimage to Ladywell and collection for the work of Cafod.

The role of Mary as mother of Jesus and first disciple of the Church (C1)

Ways in which people of today can hear and respond to God’s call (R2)

The Gospel accounts of key events in the Life of Jesus:

The Nativity (R3)

ADVENT preparation/CAFOD link – Universal church

The Gospel accounts of key events in the Life of Jesus:

The presentation, the finding in the temple, Jesus’ baptism. (R3)

Gospel accounts which show the love and complete self-giving of Jesus. (L2)

The Gospel accounts of the temptations of Jesus (R3)

Signs and symbols and their significance in the Liturgy. (CE3)

Prayer in the life of Jesus. (CE4)

The way Jesus proclaimed Good News to everyone he met and the variety of responses made. (C2)

Gospel accounts of the Passion, death and resurrection of Jesus. (R3)

The joys and challenges that freedom and responsibility bring. (L3)

The Gospel accounts of the Ascension (CE4)

The Gospel accounts of the coming of the Holy Spirit at Pentecost and the transformation of the disciples. (R4)

Sin as a failure of love and the love and mercy of God which calls people to sorrow and forgiveness. (L4)

Responses to creation (in prayer, art, music etc.) (R1)

Ways in which people of today can hear and respond to God’s call. (R1)

ENGLISH

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See separate document: English Curriculum Map

MATHEMATICS

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Overview

See separate document: Mathematics Scheme of Learning

SCIENCE

Plants

Rocks

Rocks

Animals including humans

Forces and magnets

 Light

TOPIC THEME

A local history study 

Light & Shadows 

Romans  Plants  Stone Age   

HISTORY

Describe changes that have happened in the locality of the school through our local history study of Fleetwood and the Fylde Coast.

Continue to develop chronologically secure knowledge of history.

Develop the appropriate use of historical terms

Identify historically significant people and events within our local history study.

 

Continue to develop chronologically secure knowledge of history.

Develop appropriate use of historical terms.

Identify historically significant people and events in our study of Ancient Rome

Address and devise historically valid questions. 
 

Describe the characteristic features of the past including ideas, beliefs, attitudes and experiences of men, women and children

Use evidence to ask questions in order to find answers to questions about the past

Continue to develop chronologically secure knowledge of history.
 

GEOGRAPHY

 
Name and locate counties and cities of the United Kingdom ,geographical regions and their identifying human and physical characteristics, key topographical features- hills, mountains, coasts and rivers and land use patterns and understand how some of these aspects have changed over time..
     

Physical geography including rivers, mountains, volcanoes and earthquakes.

Use fieldwork to observe, measure, record and present the human and physical features in the local area using a range of methods, including sketch maps, plans and graphs, and digital technologies

ART

Painting – Use a number of brush techniques to create shapes, textures ,patterns and lines.

Mix colours

Use watercolour paint to produce washes for backgrounds then add detail

Experiment with creating mood with colour.

Over the year we will take inspiration from Klimt, Georgia O’Keefe, Mondrian,Kandinsky.

Print

Replicate patterns observed in natural or built environments.

Make simple printing blocks.

Sculpting

Inspiration taken from Giacometti.

Create and combine shapes to create recognisable forms.

 

Drawing

Pencil,charcoal.Develop skills with different mediums and the effect that can be achieved

Sculpting -  use clay and other moldable materials.

DT

Ongoing over the year we will take inspiration from design throughout history

Food

Prepare hygienically

Measure accurately

Follow a recipe

Assemble and cook ingredients.

Textiles

Understand the need for a seam allowance.

Join textiles with appropriate stitching

Mechanics

Create simple mechanisms for a product such as a winding mechanism or levers. L ink to our Roman work

Own ideas and products

Construction.

Refer to the design criteria as they design and make.

Use the design criteria to evaluate their completed products.

Strengthen materials using suitable techniques.Link to science theme.

 

MODERN FOREIGN LANGUAGES

All About Me

• Greetings

• Introducing yourself

• Simple greetings

• Making simple statements (about name and age)

• Asking simple questions (about name and age)

• Numbers 1–10

Songs and Games

• Responding to a song in the subject

• Understanding simple

instructions

• Making a game

• Numbers 11–20

• Simple instructions

• Expressing preference

Celebrations

• Saying what you can do well

• Celebrating achievements

and special occasions

• Making simple statements

(about activities)

• Expressing praise

• Months of the year

• Writing an invitation

• Asking permission

Portraits

• Parts of the body

• Colours

• Descriptions of people

• Making simple statements

(about appearance)

• Giving a simple

description (of a person)

Four Friends

• Responding to a story

• Understanding simple

instructions

• Descriptions of animals

• Giving a simple

description (of an animal)

• Making simple statements

(about movement)

Growing Things

• Responding to a story

• Buying things

• Ordering in a restaurant

• Expressing likes and dislikes (about food)

• Saying what you would like

PE

Net and wall

Badminton – can keep a game going using a range of different ways of throwing/serving with control and consistency.  Can play games using a racket hitting a ball fed to them accurately.

Gymnastics

Can perform balances on one foot and 2, 3 and 4 small body parts with stillness.  Travel on hands and feet, jump and land 2 feet to 2 feet with control and perform rolling actions. 

Netball

Can throw and catch a ball using a swing pass with control and accuracy.  Can pass the ball using a chest or bounce pass to a team mate in a space. 

Can use a simple tactic to outwit an opponent – eg: pretend to throw to one another.

Gymnastics

Can create and perform a gymnastic sequence of six actions ,showing a clear beginning, middle and end which includes a change of speed and direction.

Dance

Children can combine the sequences in order to retell a story, working collaboratively and creatively
They can create dance movements which communicate ideas using a range of dynamics.

Hockey

Control the ball by dribbling and using a stick .Pass to the right and left whilst travelling.

Shoot with speed from appropriate positions.

Take possession by tackling, practise and refine passing and shooting skills,

Dance

Children can combine the sequences in order to retell a story, working collaboratively and creatively

They can create dance movements which communicate ideas using a range of dynamics

Athletics

Select equipment appropriately when throwing at targets.  Perform five different jumps

Pass a baton successfully in a relay (Double unit)

Cricket
Can use a range of skills with some control and accuracy, eg: throwing a ball underarm, striking a ball off a tee and strike a ball from a bowler, throwing underarm bowl a ball

MUSIC

To improvise and compose music for a range of purposes using the inter-related dimensions of music

Excellence Outcome:  to choose, order and combine sounds to create repeated patterns (ostinati) with a range of instruments

Flight of the bumblebee Kovskov

To appreciate and understand a wide range of high-quality live and recorded music drawn from different traditions and from great composers and musicians

To develop an understanding of the history of music –

Classical –Mozart, Henry VIII Composer

Jazz – Louis Armstrong

Pop – Spice Girls

Excellence Outcome: to use some musical dimensions vocabulary to describe music– duration, pitch, dynamics, tempo and mood.

Experiment with, create select and combine sounds using the inter-related dimensions of music

To play and perform in solo and ensemble contexts with increasing accuracy, fluency, control and expression.

Excellence Outcome:  to sing/play notes on instruments clearly and include steps/ leaps in notes and changes of pitch.

Volcano Tune

To use and understand stave and other musical notations

To play and perform in solo and ensemble contexts combining the use of their voices with playing musical instruments with increasing accuracy, fluency, control and expression

Excellence Outcome: to interpret and write simple melodies using non-standard notation, exploring rhythm through crotchet and quaver beats.

African Tribal Music

To perform in solo and ensemble contexts with increasing accuracy, fluency, control and expression.

Excellence Outcome: to follow signals introduced for change of pitch and volume in order to sing in time with others.(unison, call and response and rounds) 

Use and understand stave and other musical notations

Experiment with, create select and combine sounds using the inter-related dimensions of music

Excellence Outcome: to use non-standard notation to record melodies.

Computing

See separate document for scheme of learning

EDUCATIONAL VISITS AND SHOWCASE

Visit to Fleetwood Maritime museum.
Visit by local dentist
 

Visit to Ribchester Museum

 

“Learning Café” to showcase cave art and simple pottery.

Showcase stoneage clay pots 

ONGOING THEMES

Science

During Years 3 and 4, pupils should be taught to use the following practical scientific methods, processes and skills through the teaching of the programme of study content:

  • asking relevant questions
  • setting up simple practical enquiries, comparative and fair tests
  • making accurate measurements using standard units, using a range of equipment, for example thermometers and data loggers
  • gathering, recording, classifying and presenting data in a variety of ways to help in answering questions
  • recording findings using simple scientific language, drawings, labelled diagrams, bar charts, and tables
  • reporting on findings from enquiries, including oral and written explanations, displays or presentations of results and conclusions
  • using results to draw simple conclusions and suggest improvements, new questions and predictions for setting up further tests
  • identifying differences, similarities or changes related to simple scientific ideas and processes
  • using straightforward scientific evidence to answer questions or to support their findings.

Music - To develop and understanding of dynamics and begin to use terminology to describe a range of music styles. 
To perform with confidence.

Design Technology

Planning, Practical skills and techniques
Select tools and equipment suitable for the task.
Select materials and components suitable for the task.
Begin to explain and justify the choice of materials and components.
Begin to order the main stages of making.
Measure, mark out, cut and shape materials and components with some accuracy.
Assemble, join and combine materials with some accuracy.
Follow procedures for safety and hygiene.

Understanding contexts, users and purposes

Work with greater confidence within a range of contexts such as leisure, culture, enterprise and the wider environment. 
Describe the purpose of their products.
Use research and develop design criteria to inform the design of innovative, functional and appealing products.

RE

Learn about the value of sharing, showing respect and care for others,  Jesus’ prayer to his Father (responses within Mass)