The schemes of work include:
In Key Stage One the children are introduced to basic vocabulary relating to familiar contexts including, numbers, school, greetings and home.
They are then taught to apply this learning into a range of contexts including games, songs, stories, verbal and written responses.
Stage 1 (Year 3)
Core Units Animals, Food, At school
The Core units introduce basic language like colours and numbers that lay a foundation for the rest of the scheme. It also has three topic based units to spark children’s interests.
Stage 2 (Year 4)
Core Units Playtime, My home, My town, Describing people, the body, sport
This stage begins to introduce some more varied language and sentence structures, including sentences in the third person.
Stage 3 (Year 5)
Core Units On holiday, eating out, hobbies, a school trip, seasons, the environment
This stage contains more complex vocabulary and sentence structures. Children learn to use adjectives to add detail to their sentences and talk about their hobbies and holidays.
Stage 4 (Year 6)
Core Units actions, in France, family, a weekend with friends, the future, jobs
This stage introduces other tenses including the perfect and near future tenses. Children talk about what they have seen and done and what they are going to do in the future.