Year 4 SM

Year 4 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

 

Living things and their habitats

States of matter

 

States of matter

 

Electricity

Sound

Computing

Select and use software to accomplish given goals

Microsoft office skills –

Word –

Publisher – (link to art)

To search for specific information and know which information is useful and which is not

E-safety

 

Give an onscreen robot instructions to move from a to b - Scratch

E-safety – acceptable and unacceptable behaviour using technology

To design a computer program that follows a sequence.

 

To create alternative paths to be taken through a program (using if, then, else) E-safety

 

Make an accurate prediction and explanation and explain why they believe something will happen

E-safety

Devise and construct databases using applications designed for this purpose in areas across the curriculum.

E-safety

Produce and upload a podcast

 

E-safety

 

History

Romans

 

Anglo Saxons and Scots

 

Vikings

 

Geography

 

Rivers

 

Migration

 

 

Natural resources in Northern Chile

Art

Drawing - Basic skills and techniques – know how to use marks and lines to show texture in art

Use sketch books to create facial expressions and to experiment with texture

Integrating digital images into artwork

Understand how to show facial expressions and body language in sketches and paintings

Select the works of artists from the renaissance period and consider the features (da Vinci, Michelangelo, Raphael) etc.

Use photographs to help create reflections

 

 

 

Sculpt clay and other mouldable materials – Barbara Hepworth (local artist) inspired styles

Know how to print onto different materials using at least four colours

(Examples can be used form the work of Ruth Issett or Clare Burchell)

 

Know how to use line, tone, shape and colour to represent figures and forms in movement and know how to show reflections (Claude Monet)

For movement and form, use Damien Hirst
Global a Go-Go - for Joe 2002 Damien Hirst
Beautiful, childish, expressive, tasteless, not art, over simplistic, throw away, kid's stuff, lacking integrity, rotating, nothing but visual candy, celebrating, sensational, inarguably beautiful painting (for over the sofa) 1996 Damien Hirst
Round 2002 or artists using Formalism - Paul Cézanne
The Gardener Vallier  or Kandinsky

DT

Using the skills of design, make and evaluate create product (eg: Roman artefacts or animal homes)

 Food technology

Create an Anglo-saxon helmet or ship using elements from DT curriculum use IT where appropriate to enhance the product – use sculpture

 

Food technology

Using the skills of design, make and evaluate create product Link to Science by using lights, switches, or buzzers, using electrical systems in products

Food technology

RE

Buddhism

 

Buddhism

Christianity

Christianity

Islam

Sikhism 

 

SMSC/ British Values/RSE

Being me in my world

Celebrating difference

Dreams and Goals

Healthy Me

Relationships

Changing me

Music

Charanga

Brass 1

Charanga

Brass 1

Vocal tuition

Charanga

Brass 1

Charanga

Brass 2

Charanga

Brass 2

Charanga

Brass 2

French

La Jolie Ronde

Revision of colours from Y3

Parts of the body

Ask how to say something in French

 

La Jolie Ronde

Zoo animals

Letters of the alphabet

Christmas themes

La Jolie Ronde

6 vowel sounds and simple words and phrases – written and read

Oh la la, j’aime ca

La Jolie Ronde

Play French games

Recite short poem and/or song

La Jolie Ronde

Members of the family

Ask and answer questions about the family

La Jolie Ronde

Vocabulary for a story, nouns and verbs, traditional stories

Revision of pets

PE

Functional Fitness - Agility

Netball

Functional Fitness – Strength and Fitness

 

Dodgeball

Functional Fitness - Reaction

 

Basketball (Featherstone Rovers)

Functional Fitness – Running and Speed

 

Kwik Cricket (Featherstone Rovers)

Functional Fitness - Balance

 

Football

Functional Fitness – Hand eye

 

Football (Featherstone Rovers)

Visits/Visitors

 

Askham Bryan Wildlife Park

 

Visit to The Hepworth Wakefield