Topic 2017-2018

N.B. - Topics may change as we adapt our curriculum to suit the needs and interests of the pupils.

 

Autumn

Autumn

Spring

Spring

Summer

Summer

 

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Hedgehogs

 

 

 

 

 

  

Topic

Ourselves

Getting About

Celebrations

Night & Day

Fire, Fire!

Knock, Knock

Creatures Great and Small

Across the Sea 

 

Science

The Human Body & Senses

Light & Dark

Seasonal Change

Everyday Materials

Animals and Us

Plants

 

RE

Which stories are special and why?

Which people are special and why?

What is special about our world?

What is special about Easter?

What places are special and why?

What is God like?

Squirrels

 

 

 

 

 

  

Topic

Extreme Earth

Romans Rule

Lively Leicestershire

Vicious Vikings

Sensational Safari

Edible Garden

Science

Sound

Using everyday materials

Trees

Scientists and Inventors

Animals and Humans

Plants

 

RE

What makes some places sacred?

Why does Christmas matter?

Why do people pray?

Why does Easter matter?

What is The Trinity?

When Jesus left, what was next?

Foxes

 

 

 

 

 

 

Topic

Groovy Greeks

Crime, Justice and Punishment

Global Food

The Flintstones

The great Allotment Challenge

Bugs Life

 

Science

How do we know what we know?

Changing States

Hungry Humans

Human Growth

Plants

Insect Life cycles

  

RE

What is it like to follow God?

What kind of a world did Jesus want?

What do religions teach about right and wrong?

What is 'The Kingdom of God'?

The sacrifice of Jesus

 Christians and Humanists: what matters to them?

Wolves

           

Topic 

Rainforests

Bright Sparks

(Victorians)

Voyager

(Earth, Sun and Moon)

Pole to Pole

(Elizabeth I)

Our  Local

Area

 London

Greats

Science

 

 Amazing Plants & animals  Electricity  Light  Amazing Discoveries  Materials

Evolution & inheritance

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RE 

How can we live by the values of Jesus in the 21st century? Christingle How far does following God bring freedom and justice? What does it mean to be a Muslim today? Was Jesus the Messiah?

Creation and Science: competing or complementary?