Autumn Term – “ Kingdoms”
- Can construct and record results in a table
- Can present findings in graphs and charts
- Can answer questions of findings presented in graph form
Living Things and Their Habitats
- Can explain that unsupported objects fall towards the Earth because of the force of Recognises that living things can be grouped in a variety of ways
- Recognises that environments can change and that this can sometimes pose dangers to living things
- Can identify common appliances that run on electricity § construct a simple series electrical circuit, identifying and naming its basic parts, including cells, wires, bulbs, switches and buzzers
- Recognises that a switch opens and closes a circuit and associate this with whether or not a lamp lights in a simple series circuit
Location and place knowledge
- Can locate and label different countries in the Northern and Southern hemisphere using maps, atlases and digital computer mapping.
- Can locate the countries of Europe, and North and South America using maps, atlases and digital computer mapping.
Human and physical geography
- Can plot a route on a map or globe from one place to another. Identify countries or significant landmarks that are passed e.g (Brighton to Rome).
- Can explain how people try to sustain the environment.
- Can make decisions about colours, shade and texture.
- Can make choices about given medium, materials and tools.
- Reflects on their work as they go
Skills and techniques
- Can experiment by making shades of the same colour by adding black or white.
- Can make sensible choices about the size of tool for the task in hand (eg brush size, grade of pencil).
- Is beginning to draw familiar things from different view points
- Can add light and dark
Knowledge and understanding of events, people and changes in the past
- Can talk about key innovations during these periods (e.g. Stonehenge, Invention of Iron)
- Can describe and compare changes in social history, such as crime and punishment or leisure and entertainment in three periods of history e.g. Romans, Tudors and Present day.
- Can explain how significant historical people contributed to national and international achievements in a variety of eras e.g. Roman Emperor, Henry VIII, and one other
- Can describe and compare how their own lives are similar to, or different from, people living in the past.
- Uses vocabulary directly relating to periods studied (e.g. hieroglyphics, pyramid, vizier, Neolithic, tribal kingdoms)
- Knows that history is divided into time periods (e.g. AD/BC, Stone Age, Bronze Age)
Historical Interpretation and Enquiry Skills
- Is beginning to ask their own questions relating to history
- Can throw, catch, strike and field a ball with control and accuracy
- Can dribble a ball and change direction, keeping control of the ball
- Works effectively as part of a team
- Can keep possession of the ball
- Maintains pitch when singing
- Can sing with clear diction, pitch
- Can maintain a simple part within a group
- Understands how parts within a group piece fit together
- Uses sounds to create abstract effects, including music technologies
- Uses musical terms related duration (beat/rhythm), pitch, texture, structure, dynamics and tempo to describe and evaluate music.