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1 KS1 YEAR A Humanities Learning about themselves, their immediate environment and their past. Creative All About Me Light and Sound Safety Opportunities to explore the world around them and what happens in given places. Begin to understand and recognize symbols and directions. Explore objects in their environment such as TV, video, CD, radio and for pupils working above P6 this will include older versions of these objects and learning about who invented them Opportunities to make choices, show preferences. Developing their understanding of life processes including themselves and their immediate environment. Opportunities to respond and review by making choices about their likes and dislikes. Opportunities to explore and solve problems with regard to how things work. Experiment with colour, patterns and sounds. Develop their preforming skills Opportunities to experiment and respond to different sounds and lights. Learn about physical processes. Explore and investigate using their senses of sight and hearing and develop an understanding of cause and effect. Opportunities of explore the sounds of different cultures to develop their awareness of these. To develop their imitation skills. Learn about safety signs in the local environment and do and don t when exploring their local environment. Learn about people who help them stay safe. Developing their knowledge and understanding of places in their immediate environment. For pupils working above P6 looking at how to stay safe during war. Learn how to safely explore different materials and processes and how to solve problems in a meaningful way. Pupils will learn about electrical safety. Learn about stranger danger and the correct way to greet people, including people from other cultures.

2 KS1 YEAR B Humanities Develop knowledge and understanding of places in the immediate environment and environmental changes. Chronological understanding of school life and day (routine) Creative Exploring the fabric of buildings and design. Contribute to a group project in the school playground. Listen and respond to sounds round the school Our School Water and Materials Adventure Experiencing water in different places (rivers, ponds, puddles, taps). Using the senses to explore the immediate environment in the school and playground. Looking at different classes and how children change as they move up the school. Exploring tastes, smells and artifact from the different countries represented in the school. Exploring different materials and textures, expressing likes and dislikes. Pupils working over P5 will think about others likes. Using water to cook. Using materials to make sounds and exploring these. Looking at how materials can change when heated or cooled. Developing an understanding of cause and effect. Looking at the idea of baptism. Explore different temperatures. Try something new on the timetable / a different routine. For pupils working at P6 and above this will include learning about different explores and the countries they discovered. Exploring the taste, feel, smell and sound of new things. Explore different physical processes and forces. Investigate how to make things work. Trying new tastes. Developing imitation skills.

3 KS 2 YEAR A Humanities Look at the chronology of growing up starting with them. Pupils working above P6 look at people from different countries. Look at how people help them. People Touchy Textiles Animals and their habitats Explore the feel of different texture including Look at the chronology of different man made and natural. Pupils working animals and how they change. Pupils above P6 begin to learn about where these working above P6 look at how animals materials are made. have been used over time. Creative Look at self-portraits. Begin to reuse materials including junk modeling. Explore different uses for different materials. Look at how people change as they grow up. Make and explore different cultures using different senses Begin to group and sort materials / recycling. Look at different traditional costumes Design and make different habitats. Feel different textures. Explore the patterns on different animals. Explore the idea of camouflage Explore and feel animals with different coats. Begin to learn how to look after an animal. Explore the importance of different animals in different cultures and religions and compare them

4 KS 2 YEAR B Humanities Develop knowledge and understanding of their local community and the cultures represented within. Pupils working above P6 learn about the history of Plymouth Creative Visit and explore different arts in the community and buildings, including developing their own designs in imitation of those seen around them. Explore sounds hear when outside Use their senses to explore their community. Explore the natural environment around them including green plants. Care for the natural environment around them Exploring tastes, smells and artifact from the different countries represented in Plymouth My Community Elements (air and water) Colourful World Explore warm and cold air and water. Pupils working at and above P6 begin to learn the history of travel by air and water. Explore using air and water to change colours, texture and shapes. Explore air and water as a force. Find out about different water festivals in different cultures and religions e.g. Songkran, Seattle Water Balloon Fight, Thingyan,Dai Water Splashing Festival, Fiesta del Agua Y del Jamon, Chaul Chnam Thmey, Vardavar Pupils explore changes to their environment by using the sensory room and switches to make environmental changes. Explore colours including mixing and changing colours Group materials and explore their properties Begin to explore colours and pupils working at and above P6 begin to learn the importance and significance of some colours

5 KS 2 YEAR C Healthy Me Movement, forces and How things work Holidays and Celebrations Humanities Take part in health activities including games from the past Explores toys from the past and present and how they work. Learn about and take part in celebration from other countries Creative Make healthy foods Build and design things that can be moved Listen to celebratory music and respond to the different sounds. Investigate patterns to make decorations Try different healthy food including exploring there smell and texture. Pupils working at and above P6 begin to learn what their bodies need Explore healthy foods from other cultures Use their senses to explore how things move. Develop an understanding of cause and effect. Religious and cultural dance Explore how materials can be changed e.g. jelly, paper mache. Learn about and take part in celebration from other cultures and religions

6 KS 2 YEAR D Different Places Making a noise Growth and Gardening Humanities Explore different climates (hot and cold) Explore the sounds of music from different eras. Explore the environment around them and what grows there. Creative Play instruments from different countries Explore making different sounds and imitating sounds Make food from things they have grown Explore the different environment of different living things. Explore vibrations and how sound travels. Grow some plants and vegetables learning what they need to grow. Explore things from different countries using their senses Imitate sounds / words from a MFL.

7 KS 3 YEAR A Humanities Learn about their family tree. Pupils working above P6 learn about a famous Romans family tree and the people included. Creative Explore photos of people they know and make collages. Secondary Curriculum My Relationships Jobs in my Local Community Leisure and Past Times Develop knowledge and understanding of Explore and take part in a range of people around school and the jobs they do. different pastimes from different eras in Pupils working above P6 learn about history that involve the sense. different jobs in different countries Cooking / Cleaning learning skills related to jobs they could be involved with around the house Sex education and reproduction. Recycling and sorting materials. Doing science experiments to change materials Learn about religious celebrations such as fathers day, mothers day and siblings day (Sikh and Hindu religion) Meet different religious leaders. Play games and music from different eras. Look at push and pull as well as power used to make things go in toys in the past and present e.g. wind up and battery Look at and explore games from different cultures.

8 KS 3 YEAR B Humanities Look at the chronology of growing up starting with them and their family. Look at how people help them. Pupils working above P6 look at people from different countries who have helped others in the past e.g. Florence Nightingale. Creative Learn to make a meal to help themselves Secondary Curriculum People who help me Making Choices Clothing and Material Look at the weather and clothes to wear in different climates. Look at teeth and how to care for them including the dentist and learn about how doctors help repair the body. Explore different cultures using different senses. Make choices when exploring textures, colours, patterns and shape. Learn about healthy eating and choices that keep one healthy. Explore materials for given purposes and choose those they like best e.g. clothes Explore different foods from other cultures Explore the feel of different texture including man made and natural. Pupils working above P6 begin to learn about costumes from different periods in history e.g. cave men, tutors, Victorians and present day. Begin to reuse materials including junk modeling. Explore different uses for different materials. Begin to group and sort materials / recycling. Look at different traditional costumes

9 KS 3 YEAR C Humanities Look at the chronology of familiar people. Look at who helps them around school and home. Pupils working above P6 look at people from different countries and Queen Victoria. Creative Learn to make a meal to help Secondary Curriculum People Knowing How Feeling Good Explores toys from the past and present and how they work. Build and design things that can be moved themselves Ideally about materials.. Use their senses to explore how things move. Develop an understanding of cause and effect and forces. Learn about greeting people in different cultures and ways Take part in health activities including games from the past and for pupils working at and above P6 begin to learn about.. Olympic games?? Make healthy snacks Try different healthy food including exploring there smell and texture. Pupils working at and above P6 begin to learn what their bodies need to stay healthy Explore healthy foods from other cultures

10 KS 4 YEAR A Creative Community Access Secondary Curriculum My Local Community Taking the Lead Being Healthy, Staying Safe Exploration of coats and Pupils will explore materials and sort under Pupils will learn about diet and electrical safety. sea life. For less able pupils purpose and / or what they are made of, For less able pupils they will explore and develop this will be through the for some this will include man made and their use of switch work and for more able they senses, while more able natural. More able pupils will take the may work of finding dangers in the kitchen or may learn how to care for lead on designing fair tests to see which garden around electrical appliances. Around sea life, look after fish etc. material is the strongest. Less able pupils healthy eating there will be links to PSHE and PE Visits can be made to the will explore changing materials by with tasting and physio for the less able and diet Aquarium and coast. squeezing, moulding, tearing etc. wheels and a balanced diet for the more able. Visit and explore different arts in local sculpture and architecture. Explore sounds they hear when outside and in different areas of a building Visit and learn what there is in their local community and near school Exploring tastes, smells and artifact form the different cultures represented in Plymouth From a range of arts based activities on offer choose the one they would like to explore. Learn about road safety. Running a leading an activity in the local community, local leaders and who can help them in the community Learn about local religious leaders Learn how to safely explore different materials and tools. Make a healthy meal. Pupils will learn about electricity and electrical safety. Learn about stranger danger and the correct way to greet people, including people from other cultures.

11 KS 4 YEAR B Creative Community Access Secondary Curriculum Myself Mini Enterprise Moving Forward Body changes. Less able pupils will Horticulture and exploring how things Forces. Pupils will explore how things work on exploring how they can grow or making items out of different move. Less able pupils will work on move their body in their seat and materials to sell and explore which is the track things that move as well as when lying out. While more able strongest / best to use. For the less able pushing, pulling and squeezing items pupils will look at puberty building on the focus will be more about functional to make a change. More able pupils what they learnt in previous years use of hands and choice making by will explore how things move and do when they looked at this area and reaching for different materials and experiments around making things go keeping yourself safe. exploring them in a more complex way and how to make them move faster as well as smelling and tasting things while the most able may also spend that grow time looking at renewable energy Opportunities to make choices, show Make and design simple cards to sell. Explore different sounds and recording preferences. Look at self portraits. Developing their understanding how they change as they get older and what they need to remain healthy. Including how their interests change. Opportunities to respond and review new experiences by making choices about their likes and dislikes. Grow items to sell in the local community and learn how to care for living things. Look at different diets in different religions and cultures e.g. tape, CD, gramophone. Look at what there is to do when they are adults Learn about different rites of passage

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