BARLBY BRIDGE CURRICULUM COVERAGE 2017/2018 (YEAR 3)
|YEAR 3 Experimentation||YEAR 3 Science||YEAR 3 History||YEAR 3 Art|
(Y3 and Y4)
I can ask relevant scientific questions.
I can use observations and knowledge to answer scientific questions.
I can set up a simple enquiry to explore a scientific question.
I can set up a test to compare two things.
I can set up a fair test and explain why it is fair.
I can make careful and accurate observations, including the use of standard units.
I can use equipment, including thermometers and data loggers to make measurements.
I can gather, record, classify and present data in different ways to answer scientific questions.
I can use diagrams, keys, bar charts and tables; using scientific language.
I can use findings to report in different ways, including oral and written explanations, presentation.
I can draw conclusions and suggest improvements.
I can make a prediction with a reason.
I can identify differences, similarities and changes related to an enquiry.
I can compare and group rocks based on their appearance and physical properties, giving a reason.
I can describe how fossils are formed.
I can describe how soil is made.
I can describe the function of different parts of flowing plants and trees.
I can explore and describe the needs of different plants for survival.
I can explore and describe how water is transported within plants.
I can describe the plant life cycle, especially the importance of flowers.
Animals, including humans
I can explain the importance of a nutritious, balanced diet.
I can explain how nutrients, water and oxygen are transported within animals and humans.
I can describe and explain the skeletal system of a human.
I can describe and explain the muscular system of a human.
I can describe the purpose of the skeleton in humans and animals.
I can describe what dark is (the absence of light).
I can explain that light is needed in order to see.
I can explain that light is reflected from a surface.
I can explain and demonstrate how a shadow is formed.
I can explore shadow size and explain.
I can explain the danger of direct sunlight and describe how to keep protected.
Forces and magnets
I can explore and describe how objects move on different surfaces.
I can explain how some forces require contact and some do not, giving examples.
I can predict whether objects will be magnetic and when magnets will attract or repel.
I can describe how magnets work.
|I can describe events from the past using dates when things happened.
I can use a timeline within a specific period of history to set out the order that things may have happened.
I can explain some of the times when Britain has been invaded.
I can explain the Viking and Anglo Saxon struggle for the kingdom of England.
I can research in order to find similarities and differences between two or more periods of history.
I can study a theme from local history.
YEAR 3 Geography
I can use the correct geographical words to describe a place.
I can use some basic Ordnance Survey map symbols.
I can use grid references on a map.
I can use an atlas by using the index to find places.
I can describe how volcanoes are created.
I can locate and name some of the world’s most famous volcanoes.
I can describe how earthquakes are created.
I can name a number of countries in the northern hemisphere.
I can name and locate the capital cities of neighbouring European countries.
I can use field work to help my understand the local environment.
|I can show facial expressions in my art.
I can use sketches to produce a final piece of art.
I can use different grades of pencil to shade and to show different tones and textures.
I can create a background using a wash.
I can use a range of brushes to create different effects in painting.
I can identify the techniques used by different artists.
I can use digital images and combine with other media in my art.
I can use IT to create art which includes my own work and that of others.
I can compare the work of different artists.
I recognise when art is from different cultures.
I recognise when art is from different historical periods.
YEAR 3 Design and Technology
I can prove that my design meets some set criteria.
I can follow a step-by-step plan, choosing the right equipment and materials.
I can design a product and make sure that it looks attractive.
I can choose a textile for both its suitability and its appearance.
I can select the most appropriate tools and techniques for a given task.
I can make a product which uses both electrical and mechanical components.
I can work accurately to measure, make cuts and make holes.
I can describe how food ingredients come together and cook savoury dishes.
BARLBY BRIDGE CURRICULUM COVERAGE 2017/2018 (YEAR 3)
|YEAR 3 Music||YEAR 3 PE||YEAR 3 Computing||YEAR 3 French|
|I can sing a tune with expression.
I can play clear notes on instruments.
I can use different elements in my composition.
I can create repeated patterns with different instruments.
I can compose melodies and songs.
I can create accompaniments for tunes.
I can combine different sounds to create a specific mood or feeling.
I can use musical words to describe a piece of music and compositions.
I can use musical words to describe what I like and do not like about a piece of music.
I can recognise the work of at least one famous composer.
I can improve my work; explaining how it has been improved.
I can throw and catch with control.
I am aware of space and use it to support team-mates and to cause problems for the opposition.
I know and use rules fairly.
I can adapt sequences to suit different types of apparatus and criteria.
I can explain how strength and suppleness affect performance.
I can compare and contrast gymnastic sequences.
I can improvise freely and translate ideas from a stimulus into movement.
I can share and create phrases with a partner and small group.
I can repeat, remember and perform phrases.
I can run at fast, medium and slow speeds; changing speed and direction.
I can take part in a relay, remembering when to run and what to do.
I am beginning to demonstrate some water confidence.
|Algorithms and programming
I can design a sequence of instructions, including directional instructions.
I can write programs that accomplish specific goals.
I can work with various forms of input.
I can work with various forms of output.
I can use a range of software for similar purposes.
I can collect information.
I can design and create content.
I can present information.
I can search for information on the web in different ways.
I can manipulate and improve digtal images.
I use technology respectfully and responsibly.
I know different ways I can get help if I am concerned.
I understand what computer networks do and how they provide multiple services.
I can discern where it is best to use technology and where it adds little or no value.
I can name and describe people.
I can name and describe a place.
I can name and describe an object.
I can have a short conversation saying 3-4 things.
I can give a response using a short phrase.
I am starting to speak in sentences.
I can read and understand a short passage using familiar language.
I can explain the main points in a short passage.
I can read a passage independently.
I can use a bilingual dictionary or glossary to look up new words.
I can write phrases from memory.
I can write 2-3 short sentences on a familiar topic.
I can say what I like/dislike about a familiar topic.