Curriculum Summer 2018

Welcome to our Summer 2018 Curriculum Plan. All of our plans are based on the National Curriculum as well as our own knowledge of what local children need to know and understand about their own area. We also build in key Values as part of our overall curriculum, to ensure that the children know and understand how to act and behave in society upholding shared morals and challenging inequality in all its forms.

As plans are written and submitted to the Senior Leadership Team, they will then be uploaded onto this page as hyperlinks. Any theme titles displayed in red should be hyperlinks. Foundation Subjects such as History and Geography are taught in blocks of weeks, so please be aware that any theme may be taught at any point during the whole term.

The Early Years Curriculum for Nursery and Reception are based on the children’s own ideas and staff ensure coverage of the Early Years Framework outcomes. Therefore topics cannot be shared on this page but will be shared each week through newsletters.

If you have any questions about our curriculum, please email

Year 1 and 2

Year 3 and 4

Year 5 and 6

 Values, including PSHE and SEAL  Respect, Growing and Changing

Achievement, Safety and Risk Taking

Respect; Growing and Changing

Achievement; Safety and Risk Taking

Respect; Growing and Changing

Achievement; Safety and Risk Taking

 History  Seaside Holidays  The Yorks and Lancasters  Ancient Greece 
 Geography The UK and Great Britain Lancashire and Yorkshire  Global Issues and Thinking 
 Religion Sikh Dharam – How do people find out about God?

Places of Worship – Looking at all six main religions

Buddhism – What can we learn from the people who started a religion? 

Christianity – What are we prepared to sacrifice? 

Christianity – What do we commit ourselves to on a journey? 

Judaism – How do religions mark the signposts on a journey? 

Science Materials and their properties 

Plants and Living Things 

Functions of the Parts of a Plant

Seasonal Changes 

Forces: Effects on Movement
Computing  Sound 

Digital Research 


Electronic Communication 


Simulations and Modelling 

Art and Design Printing  Sketching  Collage 
Design Technology Textiles  Food: Creating a meal  Electrical Systems
P.E. and Sport