2014 saw the implementation of a new National Curriculum. This sets out what we must teach and what children should learn in English, Maths, Science, History, Geography, Computing, DT, Art, Music and PE. For RE we use the Blackburn Diocesan syllabus which includes teaching Christianity and other faiths. Below is our curriculum overview for 2014/15. We use a themed approach and where subjects do not fit the theme we teach them separately. Some themes have a basis in Science, some in History etc. We ensure that over the course of the year the National Curriculum requirements for each year group have been delivered. You can find more information about each topic by clicking on the name. This will take you to the topic web that shows the objectives and the key skills that the children will learn during the topic. These will be available a short time before being taught as we respond to the children’s needs and interests.
We are following the National Strategies for English and Maths from the Government.
|Year||Autumn 1||Autumn 2||Spring 1||Spring 2||Summer 1||Summer 2|
|Reception||Nursery Rhyme Time||Dinosaurs||We’re going on a Bear Hunt||People Who Help us||Green Fingers||Pirates|
|Year 1||Go Wild!||Toys||Castles||On the Farm||On the Farm||Commotion in the Ocean|
|Year 2||Back to the Past||Back to the Past 2||Weather Around the World||Animals in their habitats||Night and Day||Bring Me Sunshine|
|Year 3||Light and Shadow||Cavemen||Rainforests||Roman Britain||Funny Bones||Iron Man|
|Year 4||Sparks Might Fly!||The Great Plague||Art of Food||Passport to Europe||Ancient Egypt||Hunted|
|Year 5||Aliens||Vikings||Food Glorious Food||Ancient Greece||Ancient Greece||A Kingdom United|
|Year 6||Survival||World War II||WW2 – Part 2||Local History||Heroes and Villains||We’ve got Talent|