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Woolston Community Primary School

Year 2

Long Term Curriculum Overview 2019 - 2020 

TERM AUTUMN SPRING SUMMER
THEME DISCOVER: HISTORY FOCUS EXPLORE: GEOGRAPHY FOCUS 

CREATE: ARTS FOCUS 

Essential question 

Why do people risk their lives to help others?

What do we want and what do we need?

How does time change what we see? 

 

Science

 

Materials Good choices (Chemistry)

Materials Shaping up 

(Chemistry)

Seasonal Science:

Our Changing World: Habitats

Growing up (Biology)

Take care (Biology)

 

Seasonal Science:

Our Changing World: Habitats

What is in your habitat? (Biology)

The apprentice gardener (Biology)

Seasonal Science:

Our Changing World: Habitats

Computing 

 

My Online Life

Oniline Buddies

Code a Story

Story Land

Heads Up!

Maths Madness

History

The Great Fire of London

How has London changed from then to now?

Florence Nightingale

Mary Seacole

Modern day examples of people who risk their lives to help others.

Ongoing skills  Ongoing skills 
Geography Ongoing skills 

Contrasting Locality Study:

Africa – Linked to Meerkat Mail

Link to refugees work /materialism –SMSC
Ongoing skills 
Design and Techonology Ongoing skills 

Making a dune buggy

Moving objects / Wheels

Ongoing skills 
Art Ongoing skills 

Ongoing skills

Artists: Luiza Vizoli 

Painting and Printing

Artists: Luiza Vizoli 

Music
Charanga unit:
‘Wanna Play In A Band’
Rock music and movement
Singing (Christmas Play)
Charanga unit:
‘Hands, Feet, Heart’
Music from South Africa
Charanga unit:
‘Zootime’
Song structure
Charanga unit:
‘Friendship Song’
Mixed styles
Charanga unit:
‘Reflect, Rewind and Replay’
Revision and deciding what to perform.
PE

Dance

Throwing and Catching

Gymnastics

Games 

Football Skills

Team Games

Athletics

RE

Christianity Church

How and why is celebrating important in religion and worship. 

Christianity God

Does how we treat the world matter?

Sikhism

Does worship help people? 

Christianity Jesus

Why do some people have religious rituals?

Hinduism 

Can worship help people remember what is important?

Islam

Does worship have to happen in a special place or at a certain time?

PSHE

Electing a school council 

British Values - Democracy 

Mental Health

Emotional Wellbeing

Woolston Values: Respect and Friendliness

Relationships 

Feelings and emotions

Living the Wider World 

Financial Education

Woolston Values: Positivity and Patience

Living in the Wider World  Rights and Responsibilities 

Health and Wellbeing

Healthy lifestyles/Keeping Safe

Woolston Values: Appreciation/Tolerance

If you require additional information relating to the curriculum please speak to your child's class teacher. 

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