Year 3

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Autumn 1

Autumn 2

Spring 1

Spring 2

Summer 1

Summer 2

Core text

Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves

Elizabeth Godley, ‘Extremely Naughty Children’ (Poem)

Street Child

Charlotte’s web

Hilaire Belloc, ‘Matilda’ (Poem) (Spring 2 or Summer 1)

Fantastic Mr Fox

The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe

Varjak Paw

Science

Computer Science

Programming logo

Biology

Anatomy and Physiology

The Digestive System

Information Technology

word processors and Spreadsheets

Energy

Types of energy

Principles of Chemistry

The language of chemistry

Electricity

Circuits

History

Ancient Egypt.

The Pharaohs and the social structure of Ancient Egypt

Ancient Egyptian Gods and Goddesses

Funerary rites in Egypt, including mummification and the pyramids

Egyptian hieroglyphics

Persia and Greece.

The Persian Empire

Ancient Greek city states, particular Sparta and Athens

The Ancient Greek language

The Persian Wars, including the battles of Marathon and Thermopylae

The Golden Age of Greece.

Athenian Democracy, the Athenian Empire and the Peloponnesian War

The architecture of Greek buildings, including the Parthenon

Greek literature, including epic poetry, comedy and tragedy

Philosophy and discovery in Ancient Greece

Alexander the Great.

Philip of Macedon and the foundations of the Macedonian empire

Alexander 'the Great': his childhood and early battles

Alexander 'the Great': his conquest of Persia and death

Egypt under the Ptolemy family

Local Study of Norfolk

Measuring Time

Periods of History

Centuries.

Different Periods

History of Norwich

Local History: Burgh Castle

Geography

Rivers of Britain

Breath of study of major rivers in Britain.

Key features of a river and flooding

Depth study of the River Thames

Mountains

Breadth study of the mountainous regions of Britain, including the Highlands, Lake District, Snowdonia, Pennines, Yorkshire Dales and Brecon Beacons

Depth study of the Lake District

Cities

Breadth study of major cities in Britain

Depth study of Manchester including its economy and transport network

Agriculture

Breadth study of arable and pastoral farming

Depth study of the dairy industry

Coasts

Erosion at Holderness

Chalk coasts of Kent

The Jurassic Coast

Morecambe Bay

Culture

Population and diversity of the UK

London:a multicultural city

Languages and accents of Britain

Depth study of Welsh language and culture

RE

Hebrew Bible (Tanakh) Stories Abraham, Abraham and Isaac

Hebrew Bible (Tanakh) Stories Isaac and Ishmael

Hebrew Bible (Tanakh) Stories Joseph in Egypt, Moses and the Exodus

Hebrew Bible (Tanakh) Stories Moses and the ten command-

ments in Christianity and Judaism

Hebrew Bible (Tanakh) Stories Judaism and the Promised Land

Hebrew Bible (Tanakh) Stories King Saul David and Goliath

 

Team

relationships

Britain

Living in the Wider World

Be yourself

Relationships

It’s my body

Health and Wellbeing

Money matters Living in the Wider World

Aiming High

Health and Wellbeing

Music

Singing

BTCL initial and Gr 1 vocal exercises, Elephant, My Father’s garden, Away in a manger (Gr1)

Theory

Semibreve, Minims, Crotchets, Quavers, 4/4 Bar and bar lines, The stave, Treble clef Notes on the stave - middle C to G

Cannon

Pizzicato from Sylvia - Delibes Good King Wenceslas - trad Ongoing

Singing

A new year’s carol, Two little men in a flying saucer, Sur le pont

Theory

¾, dotted crotchet, dotted minim, rests, composing an answering rhythm, all treble clef notes up to one ledger line, C major (tonic, triads, scales, arpeggios, repeats, bass clef, ostinato

Cannon

Gymnopedie No.1 - Satie

Do-re-mi - The Sound of Music

Singing

Summer Holiday (Gr1), We can make a difference (Gr1), One more step (Gr1) Theory

2/4, tones and semitones, accidentals, G major and F major (tonic triads, scales, arpeggios)

Cannon

Fur Elise - Beethoven L’apres midi d’un Faune Ongoing

Aural tests and terminology and concepts (see

 

   

Aural tests and terminology and concepts (see detailed plan)

Ongoing

Aural tests and terminology and concepts (see detailed plan)

detailed plan)

Art/DT

Formal Elements: Tone

Painting

Drawing

Printing

Sculpture

 

Subject Matter:

Nature & Coasts

 

Artist Focus:

Andy Goldsworthy

 

Art History:

Land Art

 

Materials: found natural materials to create land art sculpture. Use of photography to capture the land art installations.

 

Assessment: Primary Observational Drawing

Mixed Media

 

 

Subject Matter:

Water and Rivers

Subject Matter:

Landscapes

Subject Matter:

Cityscapes and Skylines

Subject Matter:

Human Form

Subject Matter:

UK Culture

 

 

Artist Focus:

David Hockney

Artist Focus: George

Seurat

 

Artist Focus:

Stephen Wiltshire

Artist Focus:

Paul Klee

Artist Focus:

Roy Litechnestein

 

 

Art History:

UK Pop Art

 

Materials: chalk and charcoal, pencil, coloured pencil,watercolour pencils, water colour paint.

Art History:

Pointillism

 

Materials: paint brushes and object to make marks with, poster paint, acrylic paint.

 

Art History: Modern Contemporary

 

Materials:

Pen and inks, carbon paper and

Art History:

Expressionism

 

Materials: mono printing, carbon printing, brown paper, mixed media

Art History:

Pop Art/ Comic Book Art

 

Materials: photography, collage, painting, drawing,

 

 

Assessment: Primary Observational Drawing

 

Assessment:

Primary Observational Drawing

 

 

PE (PPA)

Rugby

Hockey

Circuit training

Basketball

Rounders

Athletics

PE

(Teacher)

Gymnastics

Modify actions independently using different pathways, directions and shapes

Consolidate and improve the quality of

Dance

Practise different sections of a dance aiming to put together a performance

Perform using facial expressions

Perform with a prop

Football

Able to show basic control skills including sending and receiving the ball.

To send the ball with some accuracy to maintain

Handball

Able to show basic passing and catching skills

Learn basic defensive techniques

To implement the rules of handball

OAA

To work with others to solve problems

To describe their work and use different strategies to solve problems

To lead others

Tennis

To identify and describe some rules of tennis.

To serve to begin a game

To explore forehand hitting

 

movements and gymnastics actions

To use basic compositional ideas to improve sequence work—unison

 

possession and build attacking play.

To implement the basic rules of football.

 

and be led

To differentiate between when a task is competitive and when it is collaborative