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Year 3 Curriculum

 

Subject

Autumn 1

 

Autumn 2

 

Spring 1

 

Spring 2

 

Summer 1

 

Summer 2

 

Maths

 

Place Value

( 2 weeks)

 

Number: addition and subtraction

( 4 weeks)

 

Number:

Multiplication and Division

(4 weeks)

 

Measures:

( 2 weeks)

Number: Multiplication and Division

( 3 weeks)

 

Measure

( 3 weeks)

Fractions

( 4 weeks)

 

Consolidation:

( 2weeks)

Fraction

( 4 weeks)

 

Geometry: Properties of shapes

( 2 weeks)

Measures

( 4 weeks)

 

Statistics

( 1 week)

 

Consolidation

( 1 week)

English

 

Year 3 Performance Poetry and Free Verse (Animals) 1 week

Poetry Writing Kenning, tanka, haiku (1 week)

 

Story writing: Fables

3 weeks

 

Instructional Writing:

3 Weeks

 

 

 

Recount Writing: Newsreport 

3 weeks

 

 

 

Play writing: Familiar story 2 weeks – Christmas story

 

Poetry: Limericks

 1 week

 

Book Focus (1 Week)

 

Story Writing: Traditional Tales

(3 Weeks)

 

 

 

 

 

Explanation Writing

3 Weeks

 

Reports Writing

3 Weeks .

 

Performance Poetry  Poet –Research information about poet learn a poem

 1 Week – John Agar

 

Persuasive Writing  writing

 

 

Story Writing Adventure stories

5 week

 

English

 

Set text

Aseop’s Fables

Michael Morpurgo

 The Hodgeheg

Dick King Smith

Charlotte’s Web

By EB White

 

Class Reader

Bill’s New Frock

by Anne Fine

The Iron Man

by  T Hughes

 Gansta Granny by David Walliams

Challenge Readers

The Seriously Silly Story Collection

Lawrence Anholt

Bhalloo the Greedy Bear

By Pratima Mitchell

Anansi at the pool

By Grace Hallworth

The Turtle and the Crane

By Stan Cullimore

Nyamia and the Bag of Gold

By Debjani Chatterjee

The First Frog by Stan Cullimore

Not so stupid

By Stan Cullimore

Handful of Corn

By Stan Cullimore

Aesop’s Funky Fables by Vivian French

Anansi and Brer Rabbit by Pratima Mitchell

Mr Skip by Michael Morpurgo

The Captive Celt by Terry Deary

Charge by Haydn Middleton

Poems about Playing by Brian Moses

The Copper Chisel – A play by James Mason  

Cold Dark Night

 

Mountains by Rachel Sparks Linfield

The World’s worst children by David Walliams

Where Does Laughter Begin by Wes Magee

Science

 

 

  Forces and Magnets

Compare how things move on a surface

Magnetism

Grouping materials

Magnetic poles

Animals Including Humans

Nutrition
Skeleton

Muscles 

Plants

Parts of flower

Requirements for life

How water is transported
Life cycle

Light

Light is reflected

Dangers of light

Shadows

Rock

Properties of different types of rocks

Fossils

Soil 

RE

 

Where how and why do people worship?

(10 hours)

How and why do believers show their commitment during the journey of light?

(7 hours)

How should we live and who can inspire us?

(12 hours)

What does it mean to be a Jew?

(10 hours)

Computing

 

 

We are Programmers

 

We are bug fixers

 

We are presenters

 

We are vloggers

 

We are communicators

 

We are opinion pollsters

Values PSHE

Say No to Bullying

SRE 3 Weeks

Values

Healthy Choices

Drugs & Alcohol

Living in Luton

Luton Tigers

SEAL

Moving On

History

 

Changes in Britain from the stone Age to the Iron Age.

 

Ancient Egypt

The achievements of early civilisation.

The Roman Empire and its impact on Britain

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Geography

Core Knowledge Learning

 

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Location Knowledge

United Kingdom

 

Place Knowledge

Geographical similarities and differences.

Human and physical  geography 

 

Human and Physical

Rivers Mountains

 

French

Greetings

Basic classroom instructions

Numbers to 20

Alphabet

Comment tu t’appelles?

Quel âge as-tu?

Avoir

Days of the week

Christmas play

Body parts

Descriptions

Revisit numbers to 20

Story: Pierre et le Bonhomme de Neige

Clothes

Colours

Simple weather phrases

Story: Le Petit Chaperon Rouge / Boucle d’Or

Classroom objects

Food (French Café)

Ordering food

Numbers – money (simple)

Where we live (places in town)

 

Stories: writing your own story in French based on Boucle d’Or

Music

 

Musical Mix

Wider Opportunities

Musical Mix

Wider Opportunities

Musical Mix

Wider Opportunities

Musical Mix

Wider Opportunities

Musical Mix

Wider Opportunities

Musical Mix

Wider Opportunities

DT

 

 Textiles

 Felt Hand puppets

Skills :threading needles cutting, measuring, gluing, running stitch

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 Structures

Roman Shield

Cardboard structure

Join , strengthen, stiffen and reinforce a cardboard structure with handle  

 

Cooking and Nutrition :

Smoothie drink

Local foods

Key Skills 1. Understand & apply the principles of a healthy diet 2. Understand seasonality, and know where and how a variety of ingredients are grown

Art

ART OF PRE HISTORY Stimulus/artist study

Cave paintings Stonehenge

Celtic patterns –and their influence on modern day jewellery etc

Media

Drawing – pastel

 

ROMAN ART

Stimulus/artist study:

Mosaics of horned man and shell in Verulamium museum , The Roman floor in the hypocaust at Verulamium

Media Collage: mosaics

Clay tile

Artist Study: Leonardo da Vinci

Stimulus:

Ceiling of the Sistine Chapel designs for a helicopter

Media

Pen and ink

Drawing

 

PE

Invasion Games - Netball Based 

Gymnastics Linking Movements 

Dance & Routine 

Net & Wall Games -  Badminton/Tennis 

Athletics – Running/Jumping/Throwing 

Striking & Fielding Games - Cricket 

Visits

Enabling Enterprise 2.5

Trash to Treasure

 

Enabling Enterprise 2.5

Food Glorious Food

 

 

Enabling

Enterprise 2.5

 

Visit to the Ornamental Gardens

Stockwood

(English Link)