Year 3

Year 3 Overview 2022-2023

  Autumn A Autumn B Spring A  Spring B  Summer A Summer B
Subjects            
Maths Place Value within 100s
Mental addition and subtraction
Written methods for addition and subtraction
Multiplying by 3, 4 and 8
Maths No Problem
Multiplication and Division word problems
Multiplying two digit numbers
Measures - writing length in cm, metres and kilometres. Solving word problems relating to length
Multiplying by 3,4,and 8
Maths No Problem
Mass - Reading weighing scales and solving word problems relating to mass Volume - measuring volume and capacity in millilitres and litres
Solving word problems relating to capacity
Maths No Problem
Money Naming amounts of money Adding and subtracting money
Calculating Change
Solving word problems involving money
Telling the time Finding number of days, hours, mins, secs
Maths No Problem
Fractions Adding and subtracting fractions
Simplifying fractions Finding part of a set Comparing fractions Finding a fraction of a number
Solving word problems involving fractions
Graphs and charts Maths No Problem
Shape Identifying and naming angles. Comparing angles Describing, drawing and making 2 and 3 dimensional shapes Making and comparing angles Measuring and calculating perimeter Maths No Problem
English Leon and the Place Between
Setting description - Narrative

The Great Kapok Tree
Persuasive speech
Stone Age Boy Instructions

Prehistoric mammals Explanation text

Nightmare Before Christmas
Narrative - story
Escape from Pompeii Setting description Narrative

Volcano
Non-chronological Report
Fantastic Mr Fox Instructions

Here we are Persuasion - advert
Greta and the giant Persuasive Speech

Gorilla Diary Narrative 
George marvellous medicine
Narrative - story

Series of Unfortunate Events
Report

Free Write
Recount
Science Forces and magnets Scientist Link - Magnes and William Gilbert (discovery of magnets) Rocks
Scientist Link - Mary Anning (palaeontologists)
Plants
Scientist Link - Barbara Jeppe (botanical illustrators)
Plants
Scientist Link - Barbara Jeppe (botanical illustrators)
Light Animals, including humans
Scientist Link - Wilhem Rontgen (“accidentally” discovered X-rays)
Computing Computing systems and networks 1: Networks and the internet Programming:
Scratch
Computing systems and networks 2: Emailing  Computing systems and networks 3: Journey inside a computer  Creating media:
Video trailers
Data handling: Comparison cards databases
RE What do people believe about God? Why is the Bible important for Christians today? What does it mean to be a Christian in Britain today? How do family life and festivals show what matters to Jewish people? How do people from religious and non-religious communities celebrate key festivals? How do people from religious and non-religious communities celebrate key festivals?
History Changes in Britain from the Stone Age to the Iron Age

Would it be better to have lived in the Stone Age, Bronze Age or Iron Age? Why?
  The achievements of the earliest civilisations: An overview where and when the first civilisations appeared

How can we compare the achievements of the earliest civilisations?
  The achievements of the earliest civilisations: Indepth study of an early civilisation

How much did the Ancient Egyptians achieve?
 
Geography   Locational Knowledge Human and Physical; Geographical enquiry; Fieldwork
Name the regions of England and identify major cities along with human and physical features across the UK
  Locational knowledge Physical Geography; Understand what a natural disaster is   Human and Physical Understand how rivers influence the location of settlements
Art & Design Collage
Make a stained glass window
Textiles/ Collage
Make a collage of a rainforest in the style of Rousseau
Painting and Drawing
Make a cave painting Stone age
Sculpture
Make a Stone Age clay pot
Painting and Drawing
Draw and paint natural disasters
Printing
Make a print of a plant using different materials
Sculpture
Make an Egyptian Canopic Jars
Collage
Make own name in hieroglyphics
Sculpture
Make a willow festival lantern
Printing
Printing Islamic patterns
PSCHE Mental and emotional health Positive relationships Keeping Safe Living in the wider world Healthy lifestyles Relationships and health education
Design & Technology Global Goal 4: Quality education
Theme: Learn through play
Study appropriate games
Activity: Create a game to support multiplication knowledge
Global Goal 4: Quality education
Theme: Learn through play
Study appropriate games
Activity: Create a game to support multiplication knowledge
Global Goal 12: Responsible consumption and production
Theme: Recycling
Activity: Create water bottle holder from recycled material
Global Goal 12: Responsible consumption and production
Theme: Recycling
Activity: Create water bottle holder from recycled material
Global Goal 2: Zero hunger
Cooking Theme: Energy foods
Activity: Create no bake protein bakes
Global Goal 2: Zero hunger
Cooking Theme: Energy foods
Activity: Create no bake protein bakes
MFL Numbers 0-10
Greetings, asking and saying how you are
Days of the week
Classroom instructions
Ask for and give name
Nativity role play
Ask for and state age
Colours
Verb –est (is)
Connective –et (and)
French Easter traditions 
Names of fruit and food items Months of the year
Revision
Music Follow an up and down story on a xylophone

Play a given ostinato

Hans Zimmer
Read rhythm notation (crotchet, quavers and crotchet rests)

Explore different metres
Read pitch notation (G, E and A)

Play rhythm against metre

Egyptians
Play melodic phrases

Compose using repeated rhythms

Egyptians
Read and play rhythm notation (8 beats)

Combine (clapping) ostinato rhythms

European composers
Combine ostinato rhythms

Explore and use changes of tempo/dynamics

Greig - Hall of the Mountain King
PE Games: Dodgeball

Dance: Space

Gym: Receiving body weight
Games: Netball

Dance: Stone Age

Gym: Receiving body weight (Apparatus)
Games: Cricket

Dance: Egyptians

Gym: Linking Movements together
Games: Tag Rugby

Dance: Class Topic

Gym: Linking Movements together (Apparatus)
Games: Athletics

Dance: Dance Around the world

Gym: Symmetry and Asymmetry (Partners)
Games: Rounders

Dance: Class production

Gym: Symmetry and Asymmetry (Partners) (Apparatus)

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