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KS1 & KS2 Curriculum Map: 2019-20

KS1 & KS2 Creative Curriculum Map Table 2019-20


Autumn 1

Autumn 2

Spring 1

Spring 2

Summer 1

Summer 2


Incredible Me

Science – Senses (parts of the human body)

History – toys

Geography – local area

Yo Ho Ho !

Science – Light

History – Mary Seacole and Florence Nightingale.

Geography - Weather

Far, Far Away

Science/ DT – Materials

History- The Queen

Paws, Claws and Jaws

Science – Animals (types of animals

Geography – Map work

Can You Dig It ?

Science – Plants

Art – Monet

Come Fly With Me

Science - forces

History – Transport

Geography – Hot/cold places


The Big Smoke

History – Great Plague and Fire of London

Science – Materials

Ends of the Earth

Geography – temperature and locations

History – Titanic

Science – Habitats

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

Geography focus – map skills, continents and countries

Science – Changing shape

Literacy – Character portraits

Into the Woods

History – Liverpool WW2, evacuation

Science – Growing plants

Beside the Seaside

Geography focus- location.

Science - Health

The Sweet Shores of Africa

Geography focus – map skills, continents and countries.

Literacy – Stories from other cultures

Science – Life cycles


Valley of the Kings



The Art Gallery

Van Gogh/Art

Ancient Greece


Third Rock From the Sun

Science/Physical geography

Amazing Asia


There’s No Place

Like Home !



Into The Unknown

Science –Living things, Design Technology

– Sweet Boxes, P4C gratitude, RE – worship

Near, Far and Farther

Geography - Contrasting locations

English - Non-chronological reports, Fiction - 'Farther'

Art - Block Printing

Science - Electricity

Incepta Nova

PHSE – New beginnings, History – The Roman Era,

RRSA – democracy, RE – Pilgrimage


Rock Star

Science focus – Earth, Sun, Moon and Forces

History Focus – Vikings and Anglo Saxons

Off with their Heads

History – British monarchy, Tudors

Location, Location, Location

Geography – rivers, map skills, continents and countries

Science – Growing and changing, living things including life cycles and habitats


Going Global

Geography- Structure of the Earth.

Science- evolution

Industrial Revolution

(Early Victorians)

History- Victorian Christmas

Industrial Revolution

The First Railways


Motorised Vehicles


Construction & circuits

The Wonderful World of Maps