St Ethelwold’s Long Term Plan Year 3/4 Cycle A

Term

Autumn

Spring

Summer

Topic

Chembakoli (An Indian Village)

Celts

Power

English

Descriptive and

narrative writing

Play-scripts and soliloquies

Poetic writing

Speeches

Letters

Diaries

Argument and discussion

Reports

Articles

Exposition

Maths

Number Facts and Relationships

Calculate using mental and written methods

Number sequences

Estimate and check

Shape

Temperature

Collect and record data, analyse and present data and interpret results

Movement and symmetry

Length, weight, mass and capacity

Number Facts and Relationships

Calculate using mental and written methods

Number sequences

Estimate and check

Time

Manage money

Area and volume

Collect and record data, analyse and present data and interpret results

Number Facts and Relationships

Calculate using mental and written methods

Number sequences

Estimate and check

Area and volume

Length, weight, mass and capacity

Angle and position

Collect and record data, analyse and present data and interpret results

Science

Healthy foods

Habitats and food chains

Friction

Light

Earth and Space

Magnets

RE

Old Testament Stories/Christian Festivals/Jesus

New Testament Stories/Judaism/Jesus

Church/Christian Life and Values

Welsh

Pod Antur 1

Uned 1 a Uned 2

Pod Antur 1

Uned 3 a Uned 4

Pod Antur 1

Uned 5 a Uned 6

Geography

Compare and contrast two localities (Chembakoli and Deeside)

Find out about caring for the environment and global citizenship

Investigate the causes and consequences of how places and environments change, e.g. by season; from past to present; the need for sustainability

Carry out investigations of ‘geography in the news’, topical events and issues in the local area and the wider world

Carry out fieldwork to observe and investigate real places and processes

History

Identify significant people (Mahatma Ghandi) and describe events within and across periods. Understand why people did things, what caused specific events and the consequences of those events.

Study the differences in people’s daily lives in two contrasting periods of the twentieth century

Find out what was life like for rich and for poor people, for men, women and children during World War II

Study the significant changes in people’s lives during World War II

Study the impact people of the past had on their environment

PSE/

ESDGC

SEAL 1: New Beginnings

SEAL 2: Getting on and Falling Out

SEAL 3: Say No to Bullying

SEAL 4: Going for Goals

SEAL 5: Good to Be Me

SEAL 6: Relationships

SEAL 7: Changes

Music

Exploring Rhythmic Patterns

Exploring Arrangements

Exploring Melodies and Scales

Art

Investigating Pattern (Mosaics)

Portraits (Paint)

Journeys (Photography)

DT

Sandwich Snacks

Lighting It Up (Circuits)

Photograph Frames

PE

Games

Swimming

Dance

Gymnastics

Athletics

Problem-solving and orienteering

Stand Alone Weeks

New Beginnings

Anti-Bullying

Christmas

Welsh

Sex and Relationships Education

Easter

International

Health and Fitness

Entrepreneur