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1 Number number and place value Number additin and subtractin Number multiplicatin and divisin Number - fractins MATHEMATICS CURRICULUM Year 3 Year 4 cunt frm 0 in multiples f 4, 8, 50 and 100; find 10 r 100 mre r less than a given number recgnise the place value f each digit in a three-digit number (hundreds, tens, nes) cmpare and rder numbers up t 1000 identify, represent and estimate numbers using different representatins read and write numbers up t 1000 in numerals and in wrds slve number prblems and practical prblems invlving all f these ideas. add and subtract numbers mentally, including: a three-digit number and nes a three-digit number and tens a three-digit number and hundreds add and subtract numbers with up t three digits, using frmal written methds f clumnar additin and subtractin estimate the answer t a calculatin and use inverse peratins t check answers slve prblems, including missing number prblems, using number facts, place value, and mre cmplex additin and subtractin. recall and use multiplicatin and divisin facts fr the 3, 4 and 8 multiplicatin tables write and calculate mathematical statements fr multiplicatin and divisin using the multiplicatin tables that they knw, including fr tw-digit numbers times ne-digit numbers, using mental and prgressing t frmal written methds slve prblems, including missing number prblems, invlving multiplicatin and divisin, including psitive integer scaling prblems and crrespndence prblems in which n bjects are cnnected t m bjects. cunt up and dwn in tenths; recgnise that tenths arise frm dividing an bject int 10 equal parts and in dividing ne-digit numbers r quantities by 10 cunt in multiples f 6, 7, 9, 25 and 1000 find 1000 mre r less than a given number cunt backwards thrugh zer t include negative numbers recgnise the place value f each digit in a fur-digit number (thusands, hundreds, tens, and nes) rder and cmpare numbers beynd 1000 identify, represent and estimate numbers using different representatins rund any number t the nearest 10, 100 r 1000 slve number and practical prblems that invlve all f the abve and with increasingly large psitive numbers read Rman numerals t 100 (I t C) and knw that ver time, the numeral system changed t include the cncept f zer and place value. add and subtract numbers with up t 4 digits using the frmal written methds f clumnar additin and subtractin where apprpriate estimate and use inverse peratins t check answers t a calculatin slve additin and subtractin tw-step prblems in cntexts, deciding which peratins and methds t use and why. recall multiplicatin and divisin facts fr multiplicatin tables up t use place value, knwn and derived facts t multiply and divide mentally, including: multiplying by 0 and 1; dividing by 1; multiplying tgether three numbers recgnise and use factr pairs and cmmutativity in mental calculatins multiply tw-digit and three-digit numbers by a ne-digit number using frmal written layut slve prblems invlving multiplying and adding, including using the distributive law t multiply tw digit numbers by ne digit, integer scaling prblems and harder crrespndence prblems such as n bjects are cnnected t m bjects. recgnise and shw, using diagrams, families f cmmn equivalent fractins

2 recgnise, find and write fractins f a discrete set f bjects: unit fractins and nn-unit fractins with small denminatrs recgnise and use fractins as numbers: unit fractins and nn-unit fractins with small denminatrs recgnise and shw, using diagrams, equivalent fractins with small denminatrs add and subtract fractins with the same denminatr within ne whle cmpare and rder unit fractins, and fractins with the same denminatrs slve prblems that invlve all f the abve. Measurement measure, cmpare, add and subtract: lengths (m/cm/mm); mass (kg/g); vlume/capacity (l/ml) measure the perimeter f simple 2-D shapes add and subtract amunts f mney t give change, using bth and p in practical cntexts tell and write the time frm an analgue clck, including using Rman numerals frm I t XII, and 12-hur and 24-hur clcks estimate and read time with increasing accuracy t the nearest minute; recrd and cmpare time in terms f secnds, minutes and hurs; use vcabulary such as clck, a.m./p.m., mrning, afternn, nn and midnight knw the number f secnds in a minute and the number f days in each mnth, year and leap year cmpare duratins f events Gemetry draw 2-D shapes and make 3-D shapes using mdelling materials; recgnise 3-D prperties f shapes in different rientatins and describe them shapes recgnise angles as a prperty f shape r a descriptin f a turn identify right angles, recgnise that tw right angles make a half-turn, three make three quarters f a turn and fur a cmplete turn; identify whether angles are greater than r less than a right angle identify hrizntal and vertical lines and pairs f perpendicular and parallel lines. cunt up and dwn in hundredths; recgnise that hundredths arise when dividing an bject by ne hundred and dividing tenths by ten. slve prblems invlving increasingly harder fractins t calculate quantities, and fractins t divide quantities, including nn-unit fractins where the answer is a whle number add and subtract fractins with the same denminatr recgnise and write decimal equivalents f any number f tenths r hundredths recgnise and write decimal equivalents t 1, 1 4 2, 3 4 find the effect f dividing a ne- r tw-digit number by 10 and 100, identifying the value f the digits in the answer as nes, tenths and hundredths rund decimals with ne decimal place t the nearest whle number cmpare numbers with the same number f decimal places up t tw decimal places slve simple measure and mney prblems invlving fractins and decimals t tw decimal places. Cnvert between different units f measure measure and calculate the perimeter f a rectilinear figure (including squares) in centimetres and metres find the area f rectilinear shapes by cunting squares estimate, cmpare and calculate different measures, including mney in punds and pence read, write and cnvert time between analgue and digital 12- and 24-hur clcks slve prblems invlving cnverting frm hurs t minutes; minutes t secnds; years t mnths; weeks t days. cmpare and classify gemetric shapes, including quadrilaterals and triangles, based n their prperties and sizes identify acute and btuse angles and cmpare and rder angles up t tw right angles by size identify lines f symmetry in 2-D shapes presented in different rientatins cmplete a simple symmetric figure with respect t a specific line f symmetry.

3 Gemetry psitin and directin Statistics interpret and present data using bar charts, pictgrams and tables slve ne-step and tw-step questins using infrmatin presented in scaled bar charts and pictgrams and tables. describe psitins n a 2-D grid as crdinates in the first quadrant describe mvements between psitins as translatins f a given unit t the left/right and up/dwn plt specified pints and draw sides t cmplete a given plygn. interpret and present discrete and cntinuus data using apprpriate graphical methds, including bar charts and time graphs. slve cmparisn, sum and difference prblems using infrmatin presented in bar charts, pictgrams, tables and ther graphs. ENGLISH CURRICULUM Spken language (Key Stages 1 and 2) listen and respnd apprpriately t adults and their peers ask relevant questins t extend their understanding and knwledge use relevant strategies t build their vcabulary articulate and justify answers, arguments and pinins give well-structured descriptins, explanatins and narratives fr different purpses, including fr expressing feelings maintain attentin and participate actively in cllabrative cnversatins, staying n tpic and initiating and respnding t cmments use spken language t develp understanding thrugh speculating, hypthesising, imagining and explring ideas speak audibly and fluently with an increasing cmmand f Standard English participate in discussins, presentatins, perfrmances, rle play, imprvisatins and debates gain, maintain and mnitr the interest f the listener(s) cnsider and evaluate different viewpints, attending t and building n the cntributins f thers Select and use apprpriate registers fr effective cmmunicatin Reading - Wrd Reading apply their grwing knwledge f rt wrds, prefixes and suffixes (etymlgy and mrphlgy) bth t read alud and t understand the meaning f new wrds they meet read further exceptin wrds, nting the unusual crrespndences between spelling and sund, and where these ccur in the wrd. Reading cmprehensin develp psitive attitudes t reading and understanding f what they read by: listening t and discussing a wide range f fictin, petry, plays, nn-fictin and reference bks r textbks reading bks that are structured in different ways and reading fr a range f purpses using dictinaries t check the meaning f wrds that they have read increasing their familiarity with a wide range f bks, including fairy stries, myths and legends, and retelling sme f these rally identifying themes and cnventins in a wide range f bks preparing pems and play scripts t read alud and t perfrm, shwing understanding thrugh intnatin, tne, vlume and actin discussing wrds and phrases that capture the reader s interest and imaginatin recgnising sme different frms f petry [fr example, free verse, narrative petry]

4 understand what they read, in bks they can read independently, by: checking that the text makes sense t them, discussing their understanding and explaining the meaning f wrds in cntext asking questins t imprve their understanding f a text drawing inferences such as inferring characters feelings, thughts and mtives frm their actins, and justifying inferences with evidence predicting what might happen frm details stated and implied identifying main ideas drawn frm mre than ne paragraph and summarising these identifying hw language, structure, and presentatin cntribute t meaning retrieve and recrd infrmatin frm nn-fictin participate in discussin abut bth bks that are read t them and thse they can read fr themselves, taking turns and listening t what thers say Writing Transcriptin use further prefixes and suffixes and understand hw t add them spell further hmphnes spell wrds that are ften misspelt place the pssessive apstrphe accurately in wrds with regular plurals [fr example, girls, bys ] and in wrds with irregular plurals [fr example, children s] use the first tw r three letters f a wrd t check its spelling in a dictinary write frm memry simple sentences, dictated by the teacher, that include wrds and punctuatin taught s far. Cmpsitin plan their writing by: discussing writing similar t that which they are planning t write in rder t understand and learn frm its structure, vcabulary and grammar discussing and recrding ideas draft and write by: cmpsing and rehearsing sentences rally (including dialgue), prgressively building a varied and rich vcabulary and an increasing range f sentence structures rganising paragraphs arund a theme in narratives, creating settings, characters and plt in nn-narrative material, using simple rganisatinal devices [fr example, headings and sub-headings] evaluate and edit by: assessing the effectiveness f their wn and thers writing and suggesting imprvements prpsing changes t grammar and vcabulary t imprve cnsistency, including the accurate use f prnuns in sentences prf-read fr spelling and punctuatin errrs read alud their wn writing, t a grup r the whle class, using apprpriate intnatin and cntrlling the tne and vlume s that the meaning is clear.

5 Vcabulary, grammar and punctuatin extending the range f sentences with mre than ne clause by using a wider range f cnjunctins, including when, if, because, althugh using the present perfect frm f verbs in cntrast t the past tense chsing nuns r prnuns apprpriately fr clarity and chesin and t avid repetitin using cnjunctins, adverbs and prepsitins t express time and cause using frnted adverbials learning the grammar fr years 3 and 4 indicate grammatical and ther features by: using cmmas after frnted adverbials indicating pssessin by using the pssessive apstrphe with plural nuns using and punctuating direct speech Use and understand the grammatical terminlgy accurately and apprpriately when discussing their writing and reading. Handwriting use the diagnal and hrizntal strkes that are needed t jin letters and understand which letters, when adjacent t ne anther, are best left unjined increase the legibility, cnsistency and quality f their handwriting [fr example, by ensuring that the dwnstrkes f letters are parallel and equidistant; that lines f writing are spaced sufficiently s that the ascenders and descenders f letters d nt tuch]. SCIENCE CURRICULUM During years 3 and 4, pupils shuld be taught t use the fllwing practical scientific methds, prcesses and skills thrugh the teaching f the prgramme f study cntent: asking relevant questins and using different types f scientific enquiries t answer them setting up simple practical enquiries, cmparative and fair tests making systematic and careful bservatins and, where apprpriate, taking accurate measurements using standard units, using a range f equipment, including thermmeters and data lggers gathering, recrding, classifying and presenting data in a variety f ways t help in answering questins recrding findings using simple scientific language, drawings, labelled diagrams, keys, bar charts, and tables reprting n findings frm enquiries, including ral and written explanatins, displays r presentatins f results and cnclusins using results t draw simple cnclusins, make predictins fr new values, suggest imprvements and raise further questins identifying differences, similarities r changes related t simple scientific ideas and prcesses using straightfrward scientific evidence t answer questins r t supprt their findings.

6 Year 3 Year 4 Plants identify and describe the functins f different parts f flwering plants: rts, stem/trunk, leaves and flwers explre the requirements f plants fr life and grwth (air, light, water, nutrients frm sil, and rm t grw) and hw they vary frm plant t plant investigate the way in which water is transprted within plants explre the part that flwers play in the life cycle f flwering plants, including pllinatin, seed frmatin and seed dispersal. Animals identify that animals, including humans, need the right types and amunt f nutritin, and that they cannt make their wn fd; they get nutritin frm what they eat identify that humans and sme ther animals have skeletns and muscles fr supprt, prtectin and mvement. Rcks cmpare and grup tgether different kinds f rcks n the basis f their appearance and simple physical prperties describe in simple terms hw fssils are frmed when things that have lived are trapped within rck recgnise that sils are made frm rcks and rganic matter. Light recgnise that they need light in rder t see things and that dark is the absence f light ntice that light is reflected frm surfaces recgnise that light frm the sun can be dangerus and that there are ways t prtect their eyes recgnise that shadws are frmed when the light frm a light surce is blcked by an paque bject find patterns in the way that the size f shadws change. Frces and Magnets cmpare hw things mve n different surfaces ntice that sme frces need cntact between tw bjects, but magnetic frces can act at a distance Living Things and Their Habitats recgnise that living things can be gruped in a variety f ways explre and use classificatin keys t help grup, identify and name a variety f living things in their lcal and wider envirnment recgnise that envirnments can change and that this can smetimes pse dangers t living things. Animals describe the simple functins f the basic parts f the digestive system in humans identify the different types f teeth in humans and their simple functins cnstruct & interpret a variety f fd chains, identifying prducers, predatrs and prey. States f Matter cmpare & grup materials tgether, accrding t whether they are slids, liquids r gases bserve that sme materials change state when they are heated r cled, and measure r research the temperature at which this happens in degrees Celsius ( C) identify the part played by evapratin and cndensatin in the water cycle and assciate the rate f evapratin with temperature Sund identify hw sunds are made, assciating sme f them with smething vibrating recgnise that vibratins frm sunds travel thrugh a medium t the ear find patterns between the pitch f a sund and features f the bject that prduced it find patterns between the vlume f a sund and the strength f the vibratins that prduced it recgnise that sunds get fainter as the distance frm the sund surce increases. Electricity identify cmmn appliances that run n electricity cnstruct a simple series electrical circuit, identifying and naming its basic parts, including cells, wires, bulbs, switches and buzzers

7 bserve hw magnets attract r repel each ther and attract sme materials and nt thers cmpare and grup tgether a variety f everyday materials n the basis f whether they are attracted t a magnet, and identify sme magnetic materials describe magnets as having tw ples predict whether tw magnets will attract r repel each ther, depending n which ples are facing. identify whether r nt a lamp will light in a simple series circuit, based n whether r nt the lamp is part f a cmplete lp with a battery recgnise that a switch pens and clses a circuit and assciate this with whether r nt a lamp lights in a simple series circuit recgnise sme cmmn cnductrs and insulatrs, and assciate metals with being gd cnductrs. Gegraphy Curriculum Pupils shuld extend their knwledge and understanding beynd the lcal area t include the United Kingdm and Eurpe, Nrth and Suth America. This will include the lcatin and characteristics f a range f the wrld s mst significant human and physical features. They shuld develp their use f gegraphical knwledge, understanding and skills t enhance their lcatinal and place knwledge. Pupils shuld be taught thrugh: Lcatinal knwledge lcate the wrld s cuntries, using maps t fcus n Eurpe (including the lcatin f Russia) and Nrth and Suth America, cncentrating n their envirnmental regins, key physical and human characteristics, cuntries, and majr cities name and lcate cunties and cities f the United Kingdm, gegraphical regins and their identifying human and physical characteristics, key tpgraphical features (including hills, muntains, casts and rivers), and land-use patterns; and understand hw sme f these aspects have changed ver time identify the psitin and significance f latitude, lngitude, Equatr, Nrthern Hemisphere, Suthern Hemisphere, the Trpics f Cancer and Capricrn, Arctic and Antarctic Circle, the Prime/Greenwich Meridian and time znes (including day and night) Place knwledge understand gegraphical similarities and differences thrugh the study f human and physical gegraphy f a regin f the United Kingdm, a regin in a Eurpean cuntry, and a regin within Nrth r Suth America Human and physical gegraphy describe and understand key aspects f: physical gegraphy, including: climate znes, bimes and vegetatin belts, rivers, muntains, vlcanes and earthquakes, and the water cycle human gegraphy, including: types f settlement and land use, ecnmic activity including trade links, and the distributin f natural resurces including energy, fd, minerals and water Gegraphical skills and fieldwrk use maps, atlases, glbes and digital/cmputer mapping t lcate cuntries and describe features studied use the eight pints f a cmpass, fur and six-figure grid references, symbls and key (including the use f Ordnance Survey maps) t build their knwledge f the United Kingdm and the wider wrld use fieldwrk t bserve, measure, recrd and present the human and physical features in the lcal area using a range f methds, including sketch maps, plans and graphs, and digital technlgies.

8 Histry Curriculum Pupils shuld cntinue t develp a chrnlgically secure knwledge and understanding f British, lcal and wrld histry, establishing clear narratives within and acrss the perids they study. They shuld nte cnnectins, cntrasts and trends ver time and develp the apprpriate use f histrical terms. They shuld regularly address and smetimes devise histrically valid questins abut change, cause, similarity and difference, and significance. They shuld cnstruct infrmed respnses that invlve thughtful selectin and rganisatin f relevant histrical infrmatin. They shuld understand hw ur knwledge f the past is cnstructed frm a range f surces. In planning t ensure the prgressin described abve thrugh teaching the British, lcal and wrld histry utlined belw, teachers shuld cmbine verview and depth studies t help pupils understand bth the lng arc f develpment and the cmplexity f specific aspects f the cntent. Pupils shuld be taught abut: changes in Britain frm the Stne Age t the Irn Age the Rman Empire and its impact n Britain Britain s settlement by Angl-Saxns and Scts the Viking and Angl-Saxn struggle fr the Kingdm f England t the time f Edward the Cnfessr a lcal histry study a study f an aspect r theme in British histry that extends pupils chrnlgical knwledge beynd 1066 the achievements f the earliest civilizatins an verview f where and when the first civilizatins appeared and a depth study f ne f the fllwing: Ancient Sumer; The Indus Valley; Ancient Egypt; The Shang Dynasty f Ancient China Ancient Greece a study f Greek life and achievements and their influence n the western wrld a nn-eurpean sciety that prvides cntrasts with British histry ne study chsen frm: early Islamic civilizatin, including a study f Baghdad c. AD 900; Mayan civilizatin c. AD 900; Benin (West Africa) c. AD Cmputing Curriculum design, write and debug prgrams that accmplish specific gals, including cntrlling r simulating physical systems; slve prblems by decmpsing them int smaller parts use sequence, selectin, and repetitin in prgrams; wrk with variables and varius frms f input and utput use lgical reasning t explain hw sme simple algrithms wrk and t detect and crrect errrs in algrithms and prgrams understand cmputer netwrks including the internet; hw they can prvide multiple services, such as the wrld wide web; and the pprtunities they ffer fr cmmunicatin and cllabratin use search technlgies effectively, appreciate hw results are selected and ranked, and be discerning in evaluating digital cntent select, use and cmbine a variety f sftware (including internet services) n a range f digital devices t design and create a range f prgrams, systems and cntent that accmplish given gals, including cllecting, analysing, evaluating and presenting data and infrmatin use technlgy safely, respectfully and respnsibly; recgnise acceptable/unacceptable behaviur; identify a range f ways t reprt cncerns abut cntent and cntact.

9 Art Curriculum Pupils shuld be taught t develp their techniques, including their cntrl and their use f materials, with creativity, experimentatin and an increasing awareness f different kinds f art, craft and design. Pupils shuld be taught: t create sketch bks t recrd their bservatins and use them t review and revisit ideas t imprve their mastery f art and design techniques, including drawing, painting and sculpture with a range f materials [fr example, pencil, charcal, paint, clay] abut great artists, architects and designers in histry. P.E Curriculum Pupils shuld cntinue t apply and develp a brader range f skills, learning hw t use them in different ways and t link them t make actins and sequences f mvement. They shuld enjy cmmunicating, cllabrating and cmpeting with each ther. They shuld develp an understanding f hw t imprve in different physical activities and sprts and learn hw t evaluate and recgnise their wn success. use running, jumping, thrwing and catching in islatin and in cmbinatin play cmpetitive games, mdified where apprpriate [fr example, badmintn, basketball, cricket, ftball, hckey, netball, runders and tennis], and apply basic principles suitable fr attacking and defending develp flexibility, strength, technique, cntrl and balance [fr example, thrugh athletics and gymnastics] perfrm dances using a range f mvement patterns take part in utdr and adventurus activity challenges bth individually and within a team cmpare their perfrmances with previus nes and demnstrate imprvement t achieve their persnal best. Swimming and water safety All schls must prvide swimming instructin either in key stage 1 r key stage 2. In particular, pupils shuld be taught t: swim cmpetently, cnfidently and prficiently ver a distance f at least 25 metres use a range f strkes effectively [fr example, frnt crawl, backstrke and breaststrke] perfrm safe self-rescue in different water-based situatins. Music Curriculum Pupils shuld be taught t sing and play musically with increasing cnfidence and cntrl. They shuld develp an understanding f musical cmpsitin, rganising and manipulating ideas within musical structures and reprducing sunds frm aural memry. play and perfrm in sl and ensemble cntexts, using their vices and playing musical instruments with increasing accuracy, fluency, cntrl and expressin imprvise and cmpse music fr a range f purpses using the inter-related dimensins f music listen with attentin t detail and recall sunds with increasing aural memry use and understand staff and ther musical ntatins appreciate and understand a wide range f high-quality live and recrded music drawn frm different traditins and frm great cmpsers and musicians develp an understanding f the histry f music

10 DT Curriculum Thrugh a variety f creative and practical activities, pupils shuld be taught the knwledge, understanding and skills needed t engage in an iterative prcess f designing and making. They shuld wrk in a range f relevant cntexts [fr example, the hme, schl, leisure, culture, enterprise, industry and the wider envirnment]. When designing and making, pupils shuld be taught t: Design use research and develp design criteria t infrm the design f innvative, functinal, appealing prducts that are fit fr purpse, aimed at particular individuals r grups generate, develp, mdel & cmmunicate their ideas thrugh discussin, anntated sketches, crss-sectinal & explded diagrams, prttypes, pattern pieces & cmputer-aided design Make select frm and use a wider range f tls and equipment t perfrm practical tasks [fr example, cutting, shaping, jining and finishing], accurately select frm and use a wider range f materials and cmpnents, including cnstructin materials, textiles and ingredients, accrding t their functinal prperties and aesthetic qualities Evaluate investigate and analyse a range f existing prducts evaluate their ideas and prducts against their wn design criteria and cnsider the views f thers t imprve their wrk understand hw key events and individuals in design and technlgy have helped shape the wrld Technical knwledge apply their understanding f hw t strengthen, stiffen and reinfrce mre cmplex structures understand and use mechanical systems in their prducts [fr example, gears, pulleys, cams, levers and linkages] understand and use electrical systems in their prducts [fr example, series circuits incrprating switches, bulbs, buzzers and mtrs] apply their understanding f cmputing t prgram, mnitr and cntrl their prducts. Cking and nutritin As part f their wrk with fd, pupils shuld be taught hw t ck and apply the principles f nutritin and healthy eating. Instilling a lve f cking in pupils will als pen a dr t ne f the great expressins f human creativity. Learning hw t ck is a crucial life skill that enables pupils t feed themselves and thers affrdably and well, nw and in later life. understand and apply the principles f a healthy and varied diet prepare and ck a variety f predminantly savury dishes using a range f cking techniques understand seasnality, and knw where and hw a variety f ingredients are grwn, reared, caught and prcessed R.E Curriculum Pupils will be taught thrugh: What d we learn frm the life f Jesus and the teaching f The Bible? Why are sme jurneys and places special? Why d religius bks and teaching matter? Hw shuld we live and wh can inspire us? What des it mean t belng t a religin? Christianity and anther religin What is imprtant t me? Fllwing the requirements f the agreed syllabus Awareness, Mystery and Values.

11 Languages Curriculum Teaching may be f any mdern r ancient freign language and shuld fcus n enabling pupils t make substantial prgress in ne language. The teaching shuld prvide an apprpriate balance f spken and written language and shuld lay the fundatins fr further freign language teaching at key stage 3. It shuld enable pupils t understand and cmmunicate ideas, facts and feelings in speech and writing, fcused n familiar and rutine matters, using their knwledge f phnlgy, grammatical structures and vcabulary. The fcus f study in mdern languages will be n practical cmmunicatin. If an ancient language is chsen the fcus will be t prvide a linguistic fundatin fr reading cmprehensin and an appreciatin f classical civilisatin. Pupils studying ancient languages may take part in simple ral exchanges, while discussin f what they read will be cnducted in English. A linguistic fundatin in ancient languages may supprt the study f mdern languages at key stage 3. listen attentively t spken language and shw understanding by jining in and respnding explre the patterns and sunds f language thrugh sngs and rhymes and link the spelling, sund and meaning f wrds engage in cnversatins; ask and answer questins; express pinins and respnd t thse f thers; seek clarificatin and help* speak in sentences, using familiar vcabulary, phrases and basic language structures develp accurate prnunciatin and intnatin s that thers understand when they are reading alud r using familiar wrds and phrases* present ideas and infrmatin rally t a range f audiences* read carefully and shw understanding f wrds, phrases and simple writing appreciate stries, sngs, pems and rhymes in the language braden their vcabulary and develp their ability t understand new wrds that are intrduced int familiar written material, including thrugh using a dictinary write phrases frm memry, and adapt these t create new sentences, t express ideas clearly describe peple, places, things and actins rally* and in writing understand basic grammar apprpriate t the language being studied, including (where relevant): feminine, masculine and neuter frms and the cnjugatin f high-frequency verbs; key features and patterns f the language; hw t apply these, fr instance, t build sentences; and hw these differ frm r are similar t English. The starred (*) cntent abve will nt be applicable t ancient languages At St. Barthlmew s children have the pprtunity t learn French. Beginning in Receptin the children are taught simple vcab and phrases, principally thrugh sng, games and daily repetitin. By the time they reach Year 2, they have a sund basis f everyday vcab and cultural knwledge, ready t begin the Key Stage 2 Prgramme f Study in Years 3 and 4. The MFL department fllw the Institut Francais prgramme, develped in assciatin with ALL The Assciatin fr Language Learning and Netwrk fr Languages. The levels we fllw are Niveau Bleu (Year 3) and Niveau Blanc (Year 4), which adhere t the Natinal Curriculum guidelines fr MFL study. These levels incrprate further cultural and gegraphical study and intrducing mre French sngs, rhymes and stries. Frm Year 3 there is mre emphasis n listening and writing skills, which includes an intrductin int French grammar and phnics. Dictinary wrk is encuraged and cultural knwledge is expanded. Oral wrk fcuses n prnunciatin and intnatin s that the children can speak with increasing cnfidence, fluency and spntaneity, finding ways f cmmunicating what they want t say. (Nat. Curriculum Sept 2013:DfE) In additin t this, children are encuraged t speak and recgnize French thrughut the day t develp cnfidence and understanding.

12 SEAL Curriculum SEAL prmtes scial and emtinal literacy in children and equips them with the skills they need t lead a healthy, happy life. SEAL aims t help children becme successful learners, respnsible citizens, and cnfident individuals. SEAL in primary schls ffers a whle framewrk fr prmting scial and emtinal literacy. Children are supprted with scial awareness, managing their feelings, mtivatin, empathy, scial interactins. Children will be taught thrugh: New beginnings Getting n and falling ut Say n t bullying Ging fr gals Gd t be me Relatinships Changes