# Langdale Free School – Curriculum Overview for Class 7

```Langdale Free School – Curriculum Overview for Class 7
English
Art &amp; Design
Writing
 Use morphology and etymology
in spelling
 Plan writing to suit audience and
purpose, use models of writing
 Select vocabulary and language
effects for precision and clarity
 Use a wide range of cohesive
devices
techniques to engage the
audience
 Reflect upon effectiveness of
writing, make changes and proof
Grammar
 Use appropriate register/style
 Recommend books to others
 Use features to convey &amp; clarify
meaning
 Make comparisons within/across
books
 Use full punctuation
 Support inferences with
 Use language of subject
evidence
/object
Speaking and Listening
 Summarising key points from
texts
 Use questions to build
knowledge
 Identify how language, structure,
Articulate arguments
etc contribute to meaning
and opinions.
 Discuss use of language, eg.
Use appropriate
figurative
register &amp; language.
 Discuss &amp; explain and justify
Fractions, decimals &amp; percentages
Mathematics
 Compare &amp; simplify fractions
Number/Calculation
Geometry and Measures
 Confidently use a range of
fractions
 Secure place value &amp; rounding to
measures &amp; conversions
10,000,000 including negatives  Calculate area of
 Multiply simple fractions
 All written methods, including
triangles/parallelograms
 Divide fractions by whole
long division
 Use area &amp; volume formulas
numbers
 Use order of operations (not
 Classify shapes by properties
 Solve problems using decimals
indices)
 Know and use angle rules
&amp; percentages
 Identify factors, multiples and
 Translate &amp; reflect shapes,
 Use written division
primes
up to 2dp
 Solve multi-step number
Data
 Introduce ratio &amp;
problems.
 Use pie charts
proportion.
Algebra
 Calculate mean averages.
 Introduce simple use of
unknowns.
Science
History
Biology
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Classification,
Including micro-organisms.
Health and lifestyles including circulatory
system
Physics
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Forces, including gravity
Electricity: investigating circuits.
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Know that the study of history is concerned with
the past in relation to the present.
Know about characteristic features of a
particular period from British history.
Be able to describe how the history of a country
affects the people who live there now, affects
people in other countries, make links
between main events and situations
across periods.
the past.
Communicate their ideas in a variety of ways.
Understand how historical documents can be
different from and contradict one another.
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Know how artists, craftspeople and designers
from a variety of traditions use materials, forms
and techniques to express emotion, observations
and experiences.
Use a wide range of materials, forms and
techniques to express emotions, observations
and experience.
Be able to
improve their
own work.
Design &amp; Technology
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Use research and criteria to develop products
which are fit for purpose and aimed as specific
groups
Use annotated sketches, cross-section
Diagrams &amp; computer-aided design
Analyse and evaluate existing
products to improve own work
Use mechanical and electrical systems in own
products, including programming.
Modern
Languages
Spanish &amp; French
 Listen &amp; engage.
 Engage in conversations, expressing opinions
 Speak in simple language and be understood
 Develop appropriate pronunciation
 Present ideas &amp; information orally
 Show understanding in simple reading
 Adapt known language to create new ideas
 Describe people, places and things
 Understand basic grammar, eg. gender.
Physical
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Computing
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Design &amp; write programs to solve problems.
Use sequences, repetition, inputs, variables
and outputs in programs.
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Detect and correct errors in progams.
Understand uses of networks for collaboration
&amp; communication.
Be discerning in evaluating digital content.
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Geography
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Name and
locate counties,
cities, regions
and features of the
UK.
Understand latitude, longitude, Equator,
hemispheres, tropics, polar circles and time
zones.
Study a region of Europe, and of the Americas.
Understand biomes, vegetation belts, land
use, economic activity, distribution of
resources, etc.
Use 4 and 6 figure grid references.
Music
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Perform with
control &amp;
expression solo
and in ensembles
Improvise and compose using dimensions of
music
Listen to detail and recall aurally.
Use &amp; understand basics of staff notation
Develop and understanding of the history of
music, including great musicians and
composers.
Education
Use running,
jumping, catching
RE, PSHCE and
and throwing in
isolation and in
British Values
combination.
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To research topical issues &amp; talk/write about them.
Play competitive games, applying basic principles
To realise the consequences of antisocial/aggressive
Develop flexibility and control in gym, dance and
behaviour.
That differences/similarities between people arise
athletics
From different factors (SEAL materials).
Take part in outdoor and adventurous activities
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That their actions affect others – to explore the meaning of
Compare performances to achieve personal
‘empathy’.
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Our RE curriculum provides a broad and balanced education
bests
on a range of faiths, religions and cultures.
Swimming proficiency at 25m.
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