Topic Webs

Below are the class topic webs for each term of 2020-21:

Autumn Terms 1 and 2 – 2020-21

Spring Terms 3 and 4 – 2020-21

Summer Terms 5 and 6 – 2020-21

  • How can we honour our past whilst creating a future?

 

 

Klimt Class Curriculum Map

These are the areas of learning that will be covered during the academic year 2020/21.

Click where you see Knowledge Organiser for more information about the skills and knowledge covered in each unit. Knowledge organisers also act as a tool to support children in retaining and retrieving knowledge for life-long learning.

 

Term 1 and 2

Autumn Term

How does the weather affect humans?

Term 3 and 4

Spring Term

Is there such a thing as a good person or a bad person?

Term 5 and 6

Summer Term

How can we honour our past whilst creating a future?

 

Science States of matter – evaporation, condensation, temperature – link to previous learning of water cycle in year 3.

Reversible and irreversible changes.

Story – The Children of the Water God

 

Seasonal changes/weather – impact on living things and their habitats.

Sound  – investigate which materials are best to block out the sound of thunder.

Story – The Bat Who Learned to Click

 

Investigation: Does surface area affect evaporation?

 Knowledge Organiser

Properties and changes of materials.

Vikings knew the best materials to make things from – grouping materials.

Forces Viking travel – push and pull – water resistance.

Story – The Wheel That Jack Built

Electricity – dangers of electrocution.

Study Marie Curie

 

Investigation: Which material is the most hardwearing? 

 

 

 

Rocks and forces.
Art and Design  Weather art in the style of Turner.

Complimentary colour wheels.

Using acrylic colours (limited pallet) to create intensity of colour.

Artist study – Turner

 Knowledge Organiser

Create a collage to represent ‘good’ and ‘evil’ – Investigate ways of changing fabrics – sewing, cutting, tearing, creasing, knotting etc. Graffiti Art.
Computing Technology to measure weather – storing information in spreadsheet.

create short presentations, in the style of a TV weather forecast, using green screen

Collecting analysing and presenting data

Knowledge Organiser

E-Safety  – internet searches.  Fake news.  Social media – what information would you share.

 

E-safety and research Stone Age to Iron Age.
Design and technology Design, make and evaluate: Research bridges which withstand strong winds.  What makes them strong?

Design and make a structure to withstand strong winds. Test it.

 

Technical knowledge: how to strengthen, stiffen and reinforce materials.

Using 3D modelling software

 

Seasonal project using the school garden:

Design, make and evaluate.

Each year Klimt will use home grown produce to take part in the big soup share.

Know that seasons affect the food available. Make a healthy dish from different areas of the world using seasonal produce.

 Knowledge Organiser

Design, make and evaluate: Good versus evil moving scene to reflect a story.

Technical knowledge:  build a jinx box with cams https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UYtSpnO2juI

Up-cycling T Shirt to a bag.
Geography  

Physical Geography

Climate zones, weather.

River Nile – source of life.

Knowledge Organiser

 

 

Human geography Types of settlements/land use.

Place knowledge

Compare UK and Scandinavia

Drawing maps with keys

 

Mapping skills.

 

History Achievement of Early civilisation

Ancient Egypt

Climate change and natural disaster contributing to the collapse of Ancient Egyptian civilisation.

Tutankhamun

 Knowledge Organiser

Viking and AS

Perception of the Vikings as vicious warriors.  Is this true?

Stone Age to Iron Age.
Music History of music.

 

Vivaldi – four Seasons

Beethoven – Tempest

Rainstorms – TES unit composing music

Knowledge Organiser

Listen and appreciate

Analyse how sounds are used to create different moods.

 

Charanga – Music scheme.

 

Physical Education
Religious Education
Relationships Education

(SRE)

 

 

Life Education Bus Visit

Keeping ourselves safe, Describe & Identify risk

Different Feelings, Danger, Risk or Hazard, Would you risk it?, What would I do?

When I feel like erupting.

 

 

British Values and Global links  

 

Individual liberty – taking controlled risks.

Mutual tolerance and respect – respect the opinions and choices of others.

Global Goal 15 – life on land

Literacy Links  

 

Quality texts chosen to engage learners in the inquiry question and build vocabulary.

Script writing – weather report

Report writing

Weather poetry

Explanation text – geography linked to types of weather.

Quality texts chosen to engage learners in the inquiry question and build vocabulary.

writing up findings from science experiment.

Persuasion text – there is no such thing as a bad person.

Quality texts chosen to engage learners in the inquiry question and build vocabulary.

Invitation writing – music

Brochure writing/persuasion – Geography

 

Maths Links  

 

Temperature

Measuring weather

Recording findings in tables/graphs

Measuring and weighing ingredients

Timelines – history

Measuring materials – DT

Recording data in tables and graphs

Distances and directional language – geography

Repeated pattern/pattern spotting – Art printing

Comparing distances – Geography

 

Topic Webs

You will find an outline of our termly topics on our Class Information Page