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Horniman Primary School

  • Horniman Drive
  • Forest Hill
  • London
  • SE23 3BP
  • Tel: 020 8699 3190
  • After School Club: 020 8699 8378
  • Email: info@horniman.lewisham.sch.uk
  • Headteacher: Julie Loffstadt
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Curriculum Overview

Curriculum Map

At Horniman School we teach through immersive topics. These include elements of Science, History, Geography, Design and Technology, Art and these are linked wherever possible to English and Mathematics .

 

Reception

 

 

 

Ourselves

 

 

Festivals

 

 

Superheroes

Space

 

Pirates

 

Plants

Fairies

 

Animals

 

Y1

 

 

Weather

Senses

Toys

 

Materials

Animals

 

Living things

 

Superstructures

Castles

Seaside

Weather

Spain

Y2

 

 

 

Bread from around the world/ Bread

Great Fire of London

Materials

Mary Seacole

Humans – health

 

 

Transport

vehicles

 

 

Plants/Living things

 

 

Animals- habitats / minibeasts

 

 

Kenya

 

Y3

 

 

 

Stone Age to Iron Age

 

Volcanoes Rocks

 

 

Light

Around the world in 80 days

Magnets and Forces

Mechanisms

 

Living things/animals

 

 

Vikings

 

 

Y4

 

 

 

Ancient Egypt

 

 

Sound

Wonderful World

 

 

Local History – WWII

Electricity

 

Romans

 

 

Rivers

Materials

 

 

Spain

Animals

 

 

Y5

 

 

 

Y5 Shakespeare project

 

Ancient Greece

Grand Designs

 

Space

Forces

 

 

Brazil

Materials

 

 

Living things/animals

 

 

Anglo-Saxons

 

 

Y6

 

Crime and Punishment

Light

 

 

What is Justice?

 

 

The Mayans

Electricity

 

 

Environment and Fair Trade

Animals and Humans

Inheritance and Evolution

Programming

 

 

Plants and animals

Contrasting location

 

 

History   Geography   Science  DT                            

Discrete subjects 

These subjects are taught discretely, but are linked to topics where appropriate. 

 

 

English

 

 

Mathematics

 

 

Spanish

 

Art skills

 

Music

Computing

PE

Cultural studies/ Religious Education

 

 

Horniman Primary School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
 
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