Year 2 KB

Year 2 Curriculum Map

Social emotional and mental health (having a voice), Lifelong learning (basic skills, independence, resilience), Aspirations, possibilities and responsibilities

 

Autumn Term 1

Autumn Term 2

 

Spring Term 1

Spring Term 2

Summer Term 1

Summer Term 2

Science

Animals including humans

Animals including humans

Plants

All living things and their habitats

Everyday materials

Everyday materials

Computing

Microsoft office skills –

Word –

Power point –  to use purposefully to create, manipulate and organise

 

Use a paint program to manipulate tools

 

E-Safety

Use instructions to program a programmable toy

Know how technology is used in and out of school

E-Safety

Understand algorithms on digital devices

Use a paint program to manipulate tools (link to Art)

 

E-Safety

Write a simple program and test it

Predict the outcome of a simple program

E-Safety

Write a simple program and test it

Predict the outcome of a simple program

 

E-Safety

 

E-Safety

History

Great Fire of London

 

Famous Queens

 

 

Castles

 

 

Geography

 

Who lives here?

 

Arctic Adventures

 

 

Weather Patterns

 

Art

Drawing skills

Choose and use three different grades of pencil when drawing

Use pastel, charcoal and pencil to create art

Use the artist Henri Matisse as

Know how to make a clay pot and know how to join two finger pots together (link to DT)

Understand how artists use colour, pattern, shape

Create work in response to the work of another artist. Use Andy Warhol images – pop art (link to IT)

Use different effects in an IT paint package

Know how to mix paint to create secondary colours, create brown, tints by adding white and tones by adding black; could use the artist Escher as inspiration)

Create work in response to the work of another artist.

Use work of Mondrian and recreate – link to sustainability and recreate using packages appropriate – 2D into 3D modelling

Know how to create a printed piece of art by pressing, rolling, rubbing and stamping link to science and Geography

DT

Food technology

Construction of animals and their homes using malleable media (link to art)

Food technology

 

Use textiles to sew and join (link to Science and art skills)

Link to Science – Choose wheels, axles where appropriate, use a variety of joins to innovate a machine linked to Science and Geography

RE

Islam

Christianity

Islam

Christianity

Sikhism

Sikhism

SMSC/British Values/RSE

Being me in my world

Celebrating difference

Dreams and Goals

Healthy Me

Relationships

Changing me

Music

Charanga

Charanga

Charanga

Charanga

Charanga

Charanga

French

Early start French

 

Greetings

Early start French

 

Alphabet

Colours

Early start French

 

Numbers

Ages

MoTY

Early start French

 

Birthdays

DoTW

Early start French

 

Pets

Brothers and sisters

Early start French

 

Classroom interaction

PE

 

Functional Fitness – Agility

Gymnastics

Functional Fitness – Strength and Fitness

Dance

Functional Fitness – Reaction

Multi-skills

Functional Fitness – Running and Speed

Multi-skills

Functional Fitness – Balance

Athletics

(Featherstone Rovers)

Functional Fitness – Hand eye

Sky try (Featherstone Rovers)

Visits/Visitors

 

 

Worsbrough Mill, Barnsley

 

Science and media museum