Frizinghall Primary School

Frizinghall Primary School

Curriculum Map

N/R

 

 

 

Theme – It’s good to be me

Theme – Adventure in space

Theme – Health Heroes

Theme – We’re all going to the zoo tomorrow

Theme – See our plants grow

Theme – Ahoy there pirate!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

English units - Elmer and All About Me

English units – Whatever Next and Space

English units – Supertato and The Gingerbread Man

English units - Dear Zoo

English units – Jack and the Beanstalk

English units – A New Home for a Pirate

Dialogic Talk – Answers simple questions about themselves.  Makes plans and describes them to others.

Dialogic Talk – Uses past, present and future tenses appropriately in speech. Ask questions about events that have happened or are to happen in the future.

 

Dialogic Talk – Expresses themselves effectively, showing awareness of listeners’ needs. Develops their own narratives and explanations by connecting ideas or events.

Shows some awareness of the listener by making changes to language and non-verbal features. Recounts experiences and imagine possibilities, often connecting ideas. Uses a range of vocabulary in imaginative ways to add information, express ideas or explain or justify actions or events.

Dialogic Talk - Expresses themselves effectively, showing awareness of listeners’ needs. Develops their own narratives and explanations by connecting ideas or events.

Dialogic Talk – Uses talk correctly to organise, sequence and clarify thinking, ideas, feelings and events. Expresses themselves using extended language for example by utilising connectives or added details.

Dialogic Talk - Uses talk correctly to organise, sequence and clarify thinking, ideas, feelings and events. Expresses themselves using extended language for example by utilising connectives or added details.

Reception Experiences - Frizinghall Local Area Walk – focus posting letters to children’s houses / number hunt

Activity Passport - Paint a self-portrait, post a letter, take a photograph, look up where you live on a map

Reception Experiences – Shipley Library – focus bedtime stories. 

Bedtime story day – link to Peace at Last and night time

Skype Santa – Link to RE festival

Activity Passport - Visit a library, Spot the seasons, make leaf rubbings, perform a song (Christmas), fly a kite, hammer a nail

Reception Experiences -  Lister park – focus Sports day

Activity Passport - Make a sandwich, taste a new fruit, go for a paddle, plan a picnic, spot the seasons.

Reception Experiences -  Visit from Into the Wild  - focus animals for story innovation

Visit the woods – focus activity passport – butterflies and bugs.

Chicks / Ducklings focus animal life cycles.

Activity Passport - Search for butterflies and bugs outdoors, visit the woods

 

Reception Experiences -  Visit from the police – focus Gingerbread Man crime scene

Ilkley park - focus Gingerbread man hunt

Activity Passport - Re-tell a story to an audience, go on a train, spot the seasons

 

Reception Experiences -  Garden Centre - focus to look at the fish, buy the seeds for next theme

Pirate takeover / party day.

Activity Passport - Plant some bulbs and watch them grow, make a paper boat and see if it floats, make a treasure map, dress up like a pirate

 

Nursery Experiences - 50 Things To Do Before You’re Five

Nursery Experiences - 50 Things To Do Before You’re Five

Nursery Experiences - 50 Things To Do Before You’re Five

Nursery Experiences - 50 Things To Do Before You’re Five

Nursery Experiences - 50 Things To Do Before You’re Five

Nursery Experiences - 50 Things To Do Before You’re Five

1

 

Theme - Ourselves

 

Theme - What do we do in winter?

 

Theme - Are we nearly there yet?

 

Theme - Famous Bradfordians

 

Theme - Will it grow?

 

English Units - Myself Report and Wishing Story

Core text - Beegu

English Units – recount park visit

Core text - Owl Babies

 

English Units – Journey story

Instructions. How to … (write instructions for a character from on the way home to use e.g How to turn someone into a frog)

Core text - On the Way Home

English Units – Portal Story back in time to Victorian school

Recount – Saltaire visit

Core text - The Secret Room

English Units – Beat the Baddie story

Report – Trees (produce an information booklet for each class about their trees)

Core text - Little Red Riding Hood

Dialogic Talk - Articulate and justify answers,

arguments and opinions

 

Dialogic Talk - Ask relevant questions to extend

their understanding and knowledge

Gain, maintain and monitor the

interest of the listener(s)

Dialogic Talk - ask relevant questions to extend their understanding and knowledge

Use spoken language to develop

understanding through speculating,

hypothesising, imagining and exploring ideas

Participate in discussions,

presentations, performances, role

play, improvisations and debates

Dialogic Talk – Ask relevant questions to extend their understanding and knowledge

Dialogic Talk – Give well-structured descriptions, explanations and narratives for different purposes, including for

expressing feelings

Experiences - Frizinghall Local Area Walk (physical and human features of Frizinghall)

Activity Passport - Use different measuring equipment, borrow a book from a library, make and taste chapattis, do a jigsaw.

 

Experiences - Trip to Lister Park. The Owl Man

Activity Passport - Have a party, make a puppet, put on a puppet show, decorate some biscuits, play with sticks.

Experiences - Going for a ride!

Activity Passport – Perform in front of your class, create a collage, read a comic strip.

Experiences - Visit to Saltaire to learn about Sir Titus Salt’s life and look at David Hockey Art work.

Activity Passport - Perform a dance, create a piece of art for an exhibition, record different sounds and ask others to guess what they are, race on the grass.

Experiences -  Visit to the woods

Activity Passport - Go on a hunt for some insects or small creatures, make a home for an insect or small creature, grow a plant and roll down a hill.

2

 

Theme – Explorers

 

Theme – What do we do in Winter?

 

Theme – The Animal Kingdom

 

Theme – The Great Fire of London

 

 

Theme – Africa

 

English Units –  narrative and an explorer’s diary

Poetry - space

Core text - The Man on the Moon

English Units – narrative

Core text - The Lost Teddy

English Units – How to Care for a Pet. Animal Report. Narrative

Core text - The Velveteen Rabbit

 

English Units –recount

(SATS)

Core text –The Great Fire of London

English Units – Instructions (bread making) (Portal)

African poem

Core text - The Magic Pebble/Mama Panya’s Pancakes, the Hunter

Dialogic Talk - Ask relevant questions to extend

their understanding and knowledge

Participate in discussions, presentations, performances, role play, improvisations and debates

 

Dialogic Talk –

Ask relevant questions to extend

their understanding and knowledge

Dialogic Talk - give well-structured explanations (Tower Hamlets Language of explanation)

Use relevant strategies to build their vocabulary

Dialogic Talk - Ask relevant questions to extend their understanding and knowledge

Consider and evaluate different

viewpoints, attending to and building on the contributions of others

Dialogic Talk

Consider and evaluate different

viewpoints, attending to and building on the contributions of others

 

Experiences - Exploring Baildon Moor – opportunity to explore a new environment.

Activity Passport - Walk alongside a canal or a river, go on a scavenger hunt, use measuring equipment in PE

Experiences -  Christmas Production

Activity Passport - Plan a party, make a film, play a party game, decorate a cupcake

Experiences - Tropical World   Pond dipping at Northcliffe Allotments.

Activity Passport - Buy something and check your change, become a nature detective, grow a vegetable, go bird watching, collect natural materials for art work, learn a poem off by heart, discover what is in a pond.

Experiences -  Bolling Hall/Fire Station Visit

Activity Passport – Programme a beebot, keep a diary, create a class collage/model.

Experiences - Warburton’s Bread Making workshop, Zulu Nation

Activity Passport - Learn an African song, make a mask, learn to sew (paper plate), do some finger painting.

3

 

Theme - The Ancient Greek Legacy

 

Theme - May the Force Be With You

 

Theme - Dem Bones, Dem Bones

 

Theme - Linking Project-Local History

 

Theme - Plant Life

 

Theme - Switch It On

 

Theme - Settlements

 

 

English Units – Beat the Baddie Story, and Diary

Core text - Theseus and the Minotaur

English Units – Poetry - The Magic Box and warning story

Core text – Danny, Champion of the World

English Units – Warning story – The Caravan

(start newspaper report 1 wk)

Core text – Danny, the Champion of the World

 

English Units – Newspaper reports

(Start iron man 1 wk)

Core text - The Iron Man

English Units – Baddie to Goodie Story

Persuasive writing about a robot (overlaps 1 week)

Core text - The Iron Man

English Units –Science write up (2wk)

 

English Units – narrative

I was born in the Stone Age – Michael Rosen

Core text – Stone Age Boy

 

Dialogic Talk –  Consider and evaluate different viewpoints, attending to and building on the contributions of others (Tower Hamlets Language of explanation)

 

Dialogic Talk –  Gain, maintain and monitor the interest of the listener(s)

(Tower Hamlets language of retelling)

Dialogic Talk –  Use relevant strategies to build their vocabulary

(Tower Hamlets Language of description)

 

 

Dialogic Talk - articulate and justify answers – comparisons (Tower Hamlets Language of comparison)

Dialogic Talk –  Participate in discussions,

presentations, performances, roleplay, improvisations and debates

(Tower Hamlets Language of sequencing)

Dialogic Talk – Use spoken language to develop

understanding through speculating,

hypothesising, imagining and

exploring ideas

(Tower Hamlets Language of prediction)

Dialogic Talk – Listen and respond appropriately to

adults and their peers

(Tower Hamlets Language of opinion)

Experiences -  Meet/talk to an archaeologist

Activity Passport - Take part in a Greek banquet, eat something you’ve not tried before, create a mosaic, learn a new game

Experiences -  St Margaret’s Church – the Christmas Story

Activity Passport – paint with magnets, make a musical instrument

Experiences – Eureka trip

Activity Passport – Design a board game, learn to play a game of cards

Experiences - Linking project fieldwork trip.

Activity Passport – learn to weave, try yoga or dance

 

Experiences -  Trip to ACW

Activity Passport - Compose a piece of music, tell your class about your favourite character from a book, eat something you have grown , visit a garden centre

Experiences -  Working with electricity

Activity Passport - Create a soundtrack for a piece of film, light a candle, create a piece of wax resist art

Experiences -  Cliffe Castle

Activity Passport - Make something out of wood, compete in a sports competition, visit a museum

 

4

 

Theme - Natural Disasters

 

Theme - Good Vibrations

 

Theme - Roaming Romans

 

Theme - Past the teeth and over the gums: look out stomach here it comes!

 

Theme - Dangerous Planet

 

 

Theme - Battle of Britain

 

 

 

English Units – Diary Entry

Disaster story based on film clip e.g. the Lighthouse (overruns by 2 weeks)

Core text – Escape from Pompeii

 

English Units - Poetry-The Sound Collector

(start next units after 1 wk)

 

English Units- Beat the Baddie

Instructions-How to capture a (Roman mythical creature)

Core text – Thieves of Ostia

English Unit - Non Chronological (Newspaper report)- Giant Tooth Found (overruns by 2 weeks)

 

English Unit - Adventure story with animals

Core text – Charlotte’s Web

 

English Units -  letter

Remembrance Day Poetry

Core text – Letters from the Lighthouse

Dialogic Talk - articulate and justify answers, arguments and opinions. Listen and respond appropriately to adults and their peers

 

 

Dialogic Talk - use spoken language to develop understanding through speculating, hypothesising, imagining and exploring ideas (Tower Hamlets Language of deduction, prediction, explanation and hypothesis)

Dialogic Talk - give well-structured descriptions, explanations and narratives for different purposes, including for expressing feelings. Maintain attention and participate actively in collaborative conversations, staying on topic and initiating and responding to comments

 

Dialogic Talk - speak audibly and fluently with an increasing command of Standard English

 

Dialogic Talk - ask relevant questions to extend their understanding and knowledge

 

 

Dialogic Talk - participate in discussions, presentations, performances, role play/improvisations and debates

 

 

Experiences -  Environment agency visit (PF)

Activity Passport - Make a den, make a sculpture with natural materials, take part in a treasure hunt.

Experiences -  Music Production

Activity Passport - Write and perform a poem, capture and measure sounds, listen to the sounds in a shell, make a string telephone.

Experiences -  Talk to an archaeologist

Activity Passport - Re-enact a Roman march, learn about a new religion and visit a place of worship, make up your own game and teach it to someone.

Experiences -  Dentist

Activity Passport - a blind folded taste test, play with clay.

Experiences -  Trip to Denso Marsden

Activity Passport - Make a home for a wild animal, use a camera, find frogspawn, walk through a forest/wood.

Experiences -  Trip to Peace Museum

Activity Passport - Visit a museum, create a display for show and tell, make a chatterbox.

5

 

Theme – Anglo Saxon and Viking Invasion

 

Theme -  CSI

 

Theme - Blast off!

 

Theme -  The wonders of ancient Egypt

 

Theme – If you go down to the woods today…

 

 

English Units – Beat the Baddie Stories - Beowulf

Core text Poetry – The poison Tree

Core text - Beowulf

 

 

English Units - Newspapers Reports– Crime Investigation

Core text – The Fib (Balaclava Boys)

English Units -  Journey Stories –- Literacy Shed (The Planets)

Diary Entry

(overrun by 2 wk)

Core text - Cosmic

 

English Units – Adventure

Non-chronological report (overrun 2 weeks)

Core text - Secrets of a Sun King

English Units – Narrative, poetry, a balanced argument (letter)

Core text – Running Wild, the Kapok Tree

Dialogic Talk – Articulate and justify answers, arguments and opinions (Anglo Saxons and Viking leaders’ discussion.

Give well-structured descriptions, explanations and narratives for different purposes, including for expressing feelings (Characterisation)

(Tower Hamlets Language of opinion and language of sequencing (timelines).

Dialogic Talk - develop understanding through speculating, hypothesising, imagining and exploring ideas (Tower Hamlets Language of deduction, prediction, explanation and hypothesis)

Dialogic Talk – Use spoken language to develop understanding through speculating, hypothesising, imagining and exploring ideas ( parachute/ planets discussions and space object distances)

(Tower Hamlets Language of deduction and comparison)

Dialogic Talk – Participate in discussions, presentations, performances, role play/improvisations and debates ( Howard Carter drama session)

Gain, maintain and monitor the interest of the listener(s) (Relaying research – River Nile history)

Consider and evaluate different viewpoints, attending to and building on the contributions of others (Discussions on Pharos and Egyptian leaders)

(Tower Hamlets Language of retelling and opinion)

Dialogic Talk – Ask relevant questions to extend their understanding and knowledge

Use relevant strategies to build their vocabulary

Articulate and justify answers, arguments and opinions

give well-structured

Descriptions, explanations and narratives for different purposes, including for expressing feelings

(Tower Hamlets Language of opinion and comparison)

Articulate and justify answers, arguments and opinions

Ask relevant questions to extend their understanding and knowledge

Use relevant strategies to build their vocabulary

Give well-structured Descriptions, explanations and narratives for different purposes, including for expressing feelings

(Tower Hamlets Language of argument, opinion and comparison)

Experiences -  Archery Experience

Activity Passport - Write a story for the Reception class, play an Anglo Saxon/Viking style game, make some armour

Experiences - Police/forensic

Oasis Academy Science STEM lab trip

Activity Passport -  Visit a science laboratory, experiment with chromatography

Experiences:  National Media Museum

Activity Passport - Make and launch an air powered rocket, make papier mache planets

Experiences -  Residential and Activity Days

Online Safety Talk

St Margaret’s Church – Easter Story

Activity Passport - Learn a dance, write in hieroglyphics, create an Egyptian Pharaoh self-portrait

 

 

 

Experiences - Online Safety Talk, Fire Safety Talk, woods and river visit

Activity Passport – Make a model using origami, finger knit a butterfly, learn to press flowers, take part in a debate, learn something new about your local area, use an OS map, make a large scale model, walk through the woods, pick litter in your local area,  go orienteering.

6

 

Theme - Game Designer

 

Theme - London or Paris?

 

Theme - Have we always looked like this?

 

Theme - The Modern Monarchy

 

 

Theme - Blood

 

Theme - The Light At The End of The Tunnel.

 

Theme - The Islamic Civilisation

 

 

English Units – Persuasive speech/application for dragon’s den type selling or a letter of complaint

Narrative – Portal Story (overruns 1 wk)

Core text - The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe

English Units –

Travel Blog

Core text – In your pocket guide – Paris and London and The Swap

 

English Units

Biography

Classic animal poem

Animals non-chronological report

Core text – Illustrated Fantastic Beasts

English Units –

Animals non-chronological report

Core text – Illustrated Fantastic Beasts

English Units – Dracula

Narrative

Core text - Dracula

English Units –

Scientific investigation write up

English Units – Playscript/assembly - Leavers

 

Dialogic Talk – listen and respond appropriately to adults and their peers

consider and evaluate different viewpoints, attending to and building on the contributions of others

speak audibly and fluently with an increasing command of Standard English

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dialogic Talk - articulate and justify answers, arguments and opinions

participate in discussions, presentations and debates

ask relevant questions to extend their understanding and knowledge

 

Dialogic talk -  linked to English - inference (character and places) Give well-structured descriptions including

expressing feelings (Tower Hamlets Language of description and deduction)

use spoken language to develop understanding through speculating and hypothesising.

Dialogic Talk –  participate in discussions, performances, role play/improvisations and debates

ask relevant questions to extend their understanding and knowledge

 

Dialogic Talk –  give well-structured descriptions and narratives for different purposes, including for expressing feelings

participate performances and role play/improvisations

 

Dialogic Talk –

maintain attention and participate actively in collaborative conversations, staying on topic and initiating and responding to comments

 

Dialogic Talk –

articulate and justify answers, arguments and opinions

ask relevant questions to extend their understanding and knowledge

(end of year performance)

gain, maintain and monitor the interest of the listener(s)

select and use appropriate registers for effective communication

Experiences - Lantern Making

Activity Passport - Play a board game, make a potato battery.

Experiences – Cuisine!

Activity Passport - Make bread, use a protractor to create art, explore a city using google maps, play the glockenspiel.

 

Experiences – Yorkshire Wildlife Park

Activity Passport - Create a guess who game for another class to play, investigate human body proportions.

Experiences – The Lord Mayor

Activity Passport - Write a speech, create a royal mashcam, learn the National Anthem, make an outfit for a royal occasion.

Experiences - Year 6 money raising

Activity Passport – Sew and sell, make a pulse detector.

Experiences - Year 6 money raising

Activity Passport - Organise tea for parents and carers, visit your new school, send a Morse code light message, measure shadows.

Experiences - Yr6 visit

Activity Passport - Take a trip on a bus, take part in the leavers show.