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Year 1

Year 2

Year 3

Year 4

Year 5

Year 6

Class Readers – teachers have a set list, but also to share their favourites with children to help install a love of reading

Dino dinosaurs by Nick Manning

The naughty bus by Jan Oke

 

Books by Oliver Jeffers

James and the Giant Peach by Roald Dahl

The Twits by Roald Dahl

Tell me a dragon by Jackie Morris

The Gruffalo by Julia Donaldson

The Lion, the witch and the Wardrobe by C.S. Lewis

Charlie and the chocolate factory by Roald Dahl

Adventure at Sandy Cove by Pie Corbett

Jamil’s clever cat

Alice in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll

Escape from Pompeii by Christina Balit

Street Child by Berlie Doherty

Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens

The Highway man by Alfred Noyes

cloud busting by Malorie Blackman

Riot Squad (sports stories)

A Boy Called Christmas (Matt Haig)

Doherty (History)

Kaspar by Michael Morpurgo

Awful Aunty by David Walliams

Walter Tull by Michael Morpurgo

Reading

Match graphemes for all phonemes

Read accurately by blending sounds

Read words with very common suffixes

Read contractions and understand purpose

Read phonics books aloud

Link reading to own experiences

Join in with predictable phrases

Discuss significance of title & events

Make simple predictions

Develop phonics until decoding secure.

Read common suffixes

Read & re-read phonic-appropriate books

Read common 'exception' words

Discuss & express views about fiction, non-fiction & poetry

Become familiar with a retell stories

Ask & answer questions' make predictions

Begin to make inferences

Use knowledge to read 'exception' words

Read range of fiction & non-fiction

Use dictionaries to check meaning

Prepare poems & plays to perform

Check own understanding of reading

Draw inferences & make predictions

Retrieve & record information from non-fiction books

Discuss reading with others

Secure decoding of unfamiliar words

Read for a range of purposes

Retell some stories orally

Discuss words & phrases that capture the imagination.

Identify themes & conventions

Retrieve & record information

Make inferences & justify predictions

Recognise a variety of forms of poetry

Identify & summarise ideas.

Apply knowledge of morphology & etymology when reading new words

Reading & discuss a broad range of genres & texts

Identifying & discussing themes

Make recommendations to others

Learn poetry by heart

Draw inference & make predictions

Discuss authors' use of language Retrieve & present information from non-fiction texts

Formal presentations & debates

Read a broad range of genres

Recommend books to others

Make comparisons within/across books Support inferences with evidence Summarising key points from texts Identify how language, structure, etc. contribute to meaning Discuss use of language, inc. figurative Discuss & explain reading, providing reasoned justifications for views.

Writing

Name letters of alphabet

Spell very common 'exception' words

Spell days of the week

Use very common prefixes & suffixes

Form lower case letters, capital letters & digits correctly

Compose sentences orally before writing

Read own writing to peers or teachers.

Spell by segmenting into phonemes

Learn to spell common 'exception' words

Spell using common suffixes

Use appropriate size letters & spaces

Develop positive attitude & stamina for writing

Begin to plan ideas for writing

Record ideas sentence-by-sentence

Make simple additions & changes after proof-reading

Use prefixes & suffixes in spelling

Use dictionary to confirm spellings

Write simple dictated sentences

Use handwriting joins appropriately

Plan to write based on familiar forms

Rehearse sentences orally for writing

Use varied rich vocabulary

Create simple settings & plot

Assess effectiveness of own others' writing

Correctly spell common homophones

Increase regularity of handwriting

Plan writing based on familiar forms

Organise writing into paragraphs

Use simple organisational devices

Proof-read for spelling & punctuation errors

Evaluate own and others' writing

Read own writing aloud

Secure spelling, inc. homophones, prefixes, silent letters, etc.

Use a thesaurus

Legible, fluent handwriting

Plan writing to suit audience & purpose

Develop character, setting and atmosphere in narrative

Use organisational & presentational features

Use consistent appropriate tense

Proof Reading

Perform own compositions

Use knowledge of morphology & etymology in spelling

Develop legible personal handwriting style

Plan writing to suit audience & purpose; use models of writing

Develop character & setting in narrative

Select grammar & vocabulary for effect

Use a wide range of cohesive devices

Ensure grammatical consistency

SPAG

Leave spaces between words

Begin to use basic punctuation: . ? !Use capital letters for proper nouns

Use common plural & verb suffixes

Use .!, and 'Use simple conjunctions

Begin to expand noun phrases

Use some features of standard English

Pronouns Statements /commands

Use range of conjunctions

Use perfect tense Use range of nouns & pronouns Use time connectives Introduce speech punctuation Know language of clauses

Use wider range of conjunctions

Use perfect tense appropriately Select pronouns and nouns for clarity Use & punctuate direct speech Use commas after front adverbials

Use expanded noun phrases

Use modal & passive verbs Use relative clauses Use commas for clauses Use brackets, dashes & commas for parenthesis

Use appropriate register/style

Use the passive voice for purpose Use features to convey & clarify meaning Use full punctuation Use language of subject/ object

Leave spaces between words Begin to use basic punctuation: . ? !Use capital letters for proper nouns Use common plural & verb suffixes

Use .!, and 'Use simple conjunctions Begin to expand noun phrases Use some features of standard English Pronouns

Statements /commands

Use range of conjunctions Use perfect tense Use range of nouns & pronouns Use time connectives Introduce speech punctuation Know language of clauses

Use wider range of conjunctions Use perfect tense appropriately Select pronouns and nouns for clarity Use & punctuate direct speech Use commas after front adverbials

Use expanded noun phrases Use modal & passive verbs Use relative clauses Use commas for clauses Use brackets, dashes & commas for parenthesis

Use appropriate register/style Use the passive voice for purpose Use features to convey & clarify meaning Use full punctuation Use language of subject/ object

Speaking and Listening

Listen & respond appropriately

Ask relevant questions

Maintain attention & participate

Articulate & justify answers

Initiate & respond to comments

Use spoken language to develop understanding

Give structured descriptions

Participate actively in conversation

Consider & evaluate different viewpoints

Articulate & justify opinions

Speak audibly in Standard English

Gain, maintain & monitor interest of listeners

Give well-structured explanations

Command of Standard English

Consider & evaluate different viewpoints Use appropriate register

Use questions to build knowledge

Articulate arguments & opinions

Use spoken language to speculate, hypothesise & explore Use appropriate register & language

Number and Calculation

Count to / across 100 Count in 1s, 2s, 5s, and 10s Identify ‘one more’ and ‘one less’ Read & write numbers to 20 Add and subtract one digit and two digit numbers to 20, including zero. Solve one-step problems, including simple arrays

Know 2, 5, 10x tables Begin to use place value (T/U) Count in 2s, 3s, 5s & 10s Identify, represent & estimate numbers Compare / order numbers, inc. < > = Write numbers to 100 Know number facts to 20 (+ related to 100) Use x and ÷ symbols Recognise commutative property of multiplication

Learn 3, 4 & 8 x tables Secure place value to 100 Mentally add & subtract units, tens or hundreds to numbers up to 3 digits Written column addition & subtraction Solve number problems, including multiplication & simple division and missing number problems Use commutativity to help calculations.

Know all tables to 12 x 12 Secure place value to 1000 Use negative whole numbers Round numbers to nearest 10,100 or 1000 Use Roman numerals to 100                                                   Column addition & subtraction up to 4 digits Multiply & divide mentally Use standard short multiplication

Secure place value to 1,000,000 Use negative whole numbers in context Use Roman numerals to 1000 (M) Use standard written methods for all four operations Confidently add & subtract mentally Use vocabulary of prime, factor & multiple Multiply & divide by powers of ten Use square and cube numbers

Secure place value & rounding to 10,000,000 including negatives All written methods, including long division Use order of operations (not indices) Identify factors, multiples & primes Solve multi-step number problems

Geometry and Measure

Use common vocabulary for comparison e.g. heavier, taller, full, longest, quickest Begin to measure length, capacity, weight Recognise coins & notes Use time & ordering vocabulary Tell the time to hour/half hour Use language of days, weeks, months & years Recognise & name common 2D and 3D shapes Order & arrange objects Describe position & movement, including half and quarter turns

Know and use standard measures Read scales to nearest whole unit Use symbols for £ and p and add/subtract simple sums of less than £1 or in pounds Tell time to the nearest 5 minutes Identify & sort 2D & 3D shapes Identify 2D shapes on 3D surfaces Order and arrange mathematical objects Use terminology of position & movement

Measure & calculate with metric measures Measure simple perimeter Add/subtract using money in context Use Roman numerals up to XII; tell time Calculate using simple time problems Draw 2-d / Make 3-d shapes Identify and use right angles Identify horizontal, vertical, perpendicular and parallel line

Compare 2D shapes, including quadrilaterals & triangles Find area by counting squares Calculate rectangle perimeters Estimate & calculate measures Identify acute, obtuse & right angles Identify symmetry Use first quadrant coordinates Introduce simple translation

Convert between different units Calculate perimeter of composite shapes & area of rectangles Estimate volume & capacity Identify 3D shapes Measure & identify angles Understand regular polygons Reflect & translate shapes

Confidently use a range of measures & conversions Calculate area of triangles / parallelograms Use area & volume formulas Classify shapes by properties Know and use angle rules Translate & reflect shapes, using all four quadrants

Fractions

Recognise & use 1/2 & 1/4

Find and write simple fractions Understand equivalence of e.g. 2/4 = 1/2

Use & count in tenths Recognise, find & write fractions Recognise some equivalent fractions Add/subtract fractions up to <1 Order fractions with common denominator

Recognise tenths & hundredths Identify equivalent fractions Add & subtract fractions with common denominators Recognise common equivalents Round decimals to whole numbers Solve money problems

Compare & order fractions Add & subtract fractions with common denominators, with mixed numbers Multiply fractions by units Write decimals as fractions Order & round decimal numbers Link percentages to fractions & decimals

Compare & simplify fractions Use equivalents to add fractions Multiply simple fractions Divide fractions by whole numbers Solve problems using decimals & percentages Use written division up to d2p Introduce ratio & proportion Introduce simple use of unknowns

Data

 

Interpret simple tables & pictograms

Ask & answer comparison questions

Ask & answer questions about totalling

Interpret bar charts & pictographs

Use bar charts, pictograms & line graphs

Interpret tables & line graphs Solve questions about line graphs

Use pie charts Calculate mean averages

Algebra

 

 

 

 

 

Use simple formulae

Generate and describe linear number sequences

Express missing number problems algebraically

Find pairs of numbers that satisfy an equation with two unknowns

Enumerate possibilities of combinations of two variables

Creative Curriculum

 

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Yr 1

Finding Nemo

Toy Story

Arhh Me Hearties – Sea Adventures

Jurassic Park Jack

and the Beanstalk

Who am I?

Yr 2

A Knight’s Adventure

Light and Dark

Life in the Freezer

Just Peachy

 

At the Movies

Marvellous Machines

Yr 3

A Bug’s Life

The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe

Pyramids, Pharaohs & Papyrus

Chocolate Boxes (to include Aztecs)

Code Breakers and Findings Patterns

Along the Coast

Yr 4

Circle of Life

Food Glorious Food

The Explosive Planet

Bollywood

National Treasures

Water, Water everywhere

Yr 5

Fitness for life

(to include healthy diets and cooking – chemistry of food)

Celebrations: Feasts and Festivals

Off to the Races

The Victorians - An Era of Inventions

What did the Roman’s do for us?

Infinity and Beyond

Yr 6

Rumble in the Jungle

Peace, Love and Wars

Journeys

SATS

Transition (personal journeys)

Dragon’s Den How to be enterprising.

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