Saturn Class Curriculum

2020/21

School Branches

Autumn

 From the Past into the Future

Spring

 What a Wonderful World

Summer

 People who Make a Difference

 

English

 

Use of a range of genres – fiction, non-fiction, poetry. Writing focus – composition and transcription

Guided Reading, Phonics, Handwriting, Grammar and Punctuation

 

Maths

 

Number and place value, addition, subtraction, multiplication and division, fractions, measurements, properties of shape, position, direction and statistics.

Science

 

Humans
Light*

Plants

Forces and Motion
Seasonal Changes

History/

Geography

Communication – The Great Fire of London

Whistle Stop World Tour – Celebrations Around the World

The Victorians – Florence Nightingale and Mary Seacole

Art

 

 

DT

Wassily Kandinsky
RUSSIAN

Gustave Klimt
AUSTRIAN
(Art Nouveau)

Cooking and Nutrition – Fruit and vegetable preparation

William Morris
BRITISH
(Arts and Craft Movement)

Music

 

Celtic Folk Music
Sea Shanties
Ballet

Tchaikovsky: The Nutcracker

Jazz Music

Louis Armstrong
Ella Fitzgerald

Dvorak: Symphony
No. 9 in E minor, ‘From the New World’ – Largo

P.E

Throwing and Catching and Invasion Games (rugby focus)
Gymnastics – Floor Work and Equipment Use

Dance and Football
Netball and Tennis

Circuits (Keeping Healthy) and Athletics (Running and Jumping)
Cricket and Athletics (Throwing)

Computing

E-safety and Technology in Our Lives
Programming

Religious Education

 

Creation – Who made the world?
Incarnation – Why does Christmas matter?
(digging deeper)

Gospel – What is the good news that Jesus brings?
Salvation – Why does Easter matter?
(digging deeper)

Who is Jewish and how do they live?
Who am I? What does it mean to belong?

Personal, Social and Health Education

Families and Close Relationships
Friendships and management hurtful behaviour

Communities and Shared Responsibilities
Media Literacy and Digital Resilience

Keeping Safe
Ourselves, Growing and Changing