what we are learning

Curriculum Map for Summer 2
  Science Geography

History

Year 1 Plants – What’s growing in our garden? Our shops Local history study looking at development of holidays.
Year 2 Animals survival and growth (life cycles) - Notice that animals have offspring which grow into adults.

Australia here we come! Exploring a distant place

 

Significant individuals – Florence Nightingale/Mary Seacole and their impact on the world.

Year 3

Forces and Magnets -

Compare how some things move on different surfaces.

A contrasting UK locality: where do you want to go today? Looking at achievements of Ancient civilisations –Ancient Egypt Beliefs.
Year 4 Living things and their habi- tats – Recognise that living things can be grouped in a variety of ways

Food for thought: Investigating where our food comes from

The Roman Empire and its impact

Year 5

Living things – Describe the differences in the life cycles of a mammal, an amphibian, an insect and a bird.

Beside the sea: Investigating the UK’s coastal environments

A non-European society that provides contrast with British

history – Early Islam including Baghdad c.AD 900.

Year 6 Light – Recognise that light appears to travel in straight lines.

The UK – Investigating who we are

An aspect of British History to extend chronological knowledge beyond 1066.