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Key Stage 2 Curriculum Coverage 2016/17


See National Curriculum (information below)


See National Curriculum (information below)





Forces and magnets

Rocks and fossils

Materials and states of matter


Communicate (word processing, spreadsheets and multimedia)

Work with looks, sound, draw and control (word processing, spreadsheets and multimedia)

Code to control events


Swimming (Y3/4)

Competitive games involving attacking/defending/ striking and/or fielding




Indoor/ outdoor adventurous activity

PHSE and Citizenship

Me and my relationship

Keeping myself safe

Me and my future

Becoming an active citizen

My healthy lifestyle

Moving on

British values: democracy, the rule of law, individual liberty, mutual respect and tolerance of those of different faiths and beliefs

S&L/ Drama

Listen carefully and understand

Develop a wide and interesting vocabulary

Speak with clarity

Hold conversations and debates

Tell stories with structure


A theme in British history (links to Black history)

A non-European society (Mayan Civilisation)

Stone Age


Geographic zones, including use of maps, atlases, globes

UK geographical features and changes over time


Based on the work of great artists, life experiences and curriculum links develop:

drawing techniques, painting techniques, print and collage


Cooking and nutrition

Technical knowledge (cutting, stiffening, reinforcing, electrical systems)


Music Express units chosen to fit with medium term plan


Why do people love their scared places?

Significant celebrations

What can make our community more tolerant?


Y3/4: Calendar; I am a musician; The market

Y5/6: Portraits; Destinations; Cafe

Further details about the National Curriculum for England (2014), Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 can be found at

Details of the current learning journey for each class can be seen on the relevant class’s page

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