Silkstone Primary School, High Street, Silkstone, Barnsley, South Yorkshire, S75 4LR

01226 790333

Silkstone Primary School

A School with Soul

Class Three

Curriculum Plan for English KS2 Class 3

 

Autumn 1

The Tin Forest, Belonging

You’re a bad man Mr Gum

 

Autumn 2

Howard and the Mummy (not POR)

The Boy at the back of the class.

Spring 1

One plastic bag Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

Spring 2

The Pebble in my Pocket

Stig of the Dump

Summer 1

Gregory Cool

Tom’s Sausage Lion

Summer 2

Jelly Boots, Smelly Boots

Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone

Literary Form

Picture book

 

Non Fiction

Non fiction

Non fiction

Picture book

Poetry collection

Link to theme

Megacities,

Individual role in environment and community.

Egyptians

Sustainability – overcoming environmental issues.

Stone age – science rocks and soil

Why are deserts so dry and jungles so wet, the UK and the Carribean

Family relationships and personal identity.

Reading

Reading illustration Lifting meaning through performance reading

Predicting

Developing inference Making personal connections Developing experience by making intertextual connections (between the tin forest and belonging)

Scanning and close reading

Predicting and summarising Broadening experience in a range of non-fiction voice

Developing inference

Visualising

Reading illustration

Predicting and summarising Developing inference Making personal connections Broadening reading material to include distinctive style and tone of advertising

Storytelling language: Past tense, including progressive Vivid verb, adverbial and noun phrases Exclamations Subordinate clauses – fronted adverbials Paragraphs for cohesion

Emotional expression

Reading illustration Scanning and close reading Predicting and summarising Broadening experience in a range of non-fiction voice

Visualising Reading illustration Scanning and close reading Character comparison Looking at language Predicting and summarising

Beating pulse and rhythm

Performance Poetry

Listening to poets Visualisation

Drawing on personal experiences and values

Affective response

National Curriculum SPAG

Developed narrative - 5 clear sections using conjunctions, adverbs and prepositions to sequence events or to mark changes in setting

 

Setting descriptions - prepositional phrases

 

Narrative – dialogue (role play into speech bubbles into direct speech) Introduction to inverted commas to punctuate direct speech

 

 

Narrative – dialogue, reinforcement of inverted commas.

 

Recount – planned in sections using conjunctions, adverbs and prepositions to sequence events

 

Non-chronological report – planned in sections, headings, sub-headings, conjunctions to join information or give reasons

Non-chronological report – planned in sections, headings, sub-headings, conjunctions to join information or give reasons, present perfect tense

 

Reading responses – conjunctions, adverbs, prepositions to give reasons

Developed narrative - 5 clear sections using conjunctions, adverbs and prepositions to

sequence events or to mark changes in setting

 

Setting descriptions - prepositional phrases

 

Non-chronological report – planned in sections, headings, sub-headings, conjunctions to join information or give reasons

Developed narrative - 5 clear sections using conjunctions, adverbs and prepositions to sequence events or to mark changes in setting

 

Setting descriptions - prepositional phrases

 

Narrative – dialogue (role play into speech bubbles into direct speech), past perfect tense

Discussing, listening to and creating a wide variety of poetry.

Being able to perform others and their own work in front of an audience with clarity and confidence.

 

 

Language competency

Imagined and improvised dialogue

Expression and empathetic

language

selecting appropriate grammar and

vocabulary, understanding how such

choices can change and enhance

meaning

 

in narratives, describing settings,

 

 

Paragraphs to organise ideas.

 

Expression and empathetic

language

selecting appropriate grammar and

vocabulary, understanding how such

choices can change and enhance

meaning

 

Fronted adverbials

 

in narratives, describing settings,

 

Imagined and improvised dialogue recap

 

 

Precise and memorable description: expanded verb, adverbial and noun phrases

 

Determiners

 

Paragraphs to organise ideas

 

Hypotheses and questions Debate, argument and persuasive language: conjunctions and subjunctives

Non-fiction explanatory voice

Formal tone and register

Consistent present tense

Paragraphs to organise ideas Fronted adverbials and conjunctions in co-ordinating and relative clauses Descriptive and scientific language – verb prefixes

Precise vocabulary choice

Choice of nouns, pronouns and determiners for cohesion

 

Past tense consistency, including progressive and present perfect

 

Fronted adverbials

 

Vivid noun phrases

 

Phonemic patterns in English and Patois languages

 

Word families in context

 

First person voice

 

Book Talk

Poetic language

 

Language and word play: homophones

 

Neo-language and nonsense words

 

Visual patterns in rhyming words – onset and rime

 

Onomatopoeia – consonant clusters

 

Syllabification for spelling

Word families in context

Narrative poetry

Figurative language

Invitations

Book Talk

Extended writing outcome

Writing in role,

Diary entry,

Descriptive writing.

 

 

 

 

Writing a recount, non-chronological report.

Advertising campaign piece.

Writing in role.

Descriptive writing.

Information booklet

Autobiography

Descriptive writing.

Poetry in a range of forms