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Curriculum GuideAges 4-11Your guide to how the In the Zone investigations fit with the Science and PE curriculaEnglandKey Stage Objective Description LessonsEngland (cont…)Key Stage Objective Description LessonsEarly Years FoundationEarly Years FoundationKnowledge and understanding ofthe worldKnowledge and understanding ofthe worldFind out about, and identify, some features of living things,objects and events they observe.Look closely at similarities, differences, patterns and change.Brilliant Bodies L1, L2Brilliant Bodies L2, L3Early Years Foundation Physical development Move with confidence, imagination and in safety Brilliant Bodies L3Early Years Foundation Physical development Move with control and coordination. Brilliant Bodies L3Early Years FoundationPhysical development1 Sc1 1Travel around, under, over and through balancing and climbingequipment.Pupils should be taught that it is important to collect evidenceby making observations and measurements when trying toanswer a question.Brilliant Bodies L3Stupendous Steppers L1,L2, L32 Sc2 2c2 Sc2 2d2 Sc2 2e2 Sc2 2h2 Physical Education 4aPupils should be taught that the heart acts as a pump tocirculate the blood through vessels around the body, includingthrough the lungs.Pupils should be taught about the effect of exercise and reston pulse rate.Pupils should be taught that humans and some other animalshave skeletons and muscles to support and protect theirbodies and to help them to move.Pupils should be taught about the importance of exercise forgood health.Pupils should be taught how exercise affects the body in theshort term.Heart Beaters L1, L2, L3Heart Beaters L1, L2, L3Super Athletes L3Super Athletes L3; HeartBeaters L1Heart Beaters L11 Sc1 2aPupils should be taught to ask questions [for example, ‘How?’,‘Why?’, ‘What will happen if ...?’] and decide how they mightfind answers to them.Stupendous Steppers L2Scotland1 Sc1 2cPupils should be taught to think about what might happenbefore deciding what to do.Stupendous Steppers L1,L2, L3Objective Description Lessons1 Sc1 2d1 Sc1 2i1 Sc1 2jPupils should be taught to recognise when a test orcomparison is unfair.Pupils should be taught to compare what happened with whatthey expected would happen, and try to explain it, drawing ontheir knowledge and understanding.Pupils should be taught to review their work and explain whatthey did to others.Stupendous SteppersL1, L2Stupendous Steppers L1,L2, L3Stupendous Steppers L2HWB 0-47a I recognise that we have similarities and differences but are all unique. Brilliant Bodies L2HWB 0-47bHWB 0-21aI am aware of my growing body and I am learning the correct names for its different partsand how they work.I am learning to move my body well, exploring how to manage and control it and findingout how to use and share space.Brilliant Bodies L1Brilliant Bodies L3HWB 0-22a I am developing my movement skills through practice and energetic play. Brilliant Bodies L31 Physical Education 1b2 Sc1 1bPupils should be taught to remember and repeat simple skillsand actions with increasing control and coordination.Pupils should be taught that it is important to test ideas usingevidence from observation and measurementStupendous Steppers L2Super Athletes L1, L2,L3; Heart Beaters L1, L2HWB 0-24a By exploring and observing movement, I can describe what I have learned about it. Brilliant Bodies L3HWB 1-15aI am developing my understanding of the human body and can use this knowledge tomaintain and improve my wellbeing and healthStupendous Steppers L1, L2,L3HWB 1-22a I am developing skills and techniques and improving my level of performance and fitness. Stupendous Steppers L1,2 Sc1 2b2 Sc1 2c2 Sc1 2f2 Sc1 2iPupils should be taught to consider what sources ofinformation, including first-hand experience and a range ofother sources, they will use to answer questions.Pupils should be taught to think about what might happen ortry things out when deciding what to do, what kind of evidenceto collect, and what equipment and materials to use.Pupils should be taught to make systematic observations andmeasurements, including the use of ICT for datalogging.Pupils should be taught to make comparisons and identifysimple patterns or associations in their own observations andmeasurements or other data.Heart Beaters L3Super Athletes L3; HeartBeaters L2Heart Beaters L1, L2Super Athletes L1, L2;Heart Beaters L1HWB 1-24aSCN 1-20aHWB 2-15aHWB 2-22aHWB 2-24aI can recognise progress and achievement by discussing my thoughts and feelings andgiving and accepting feedback.I have contributed to discussions of current scientific news items to help develop myawareness of science.I am developing my understanding of the human body and can use this knowledge tomaintain and improve my wellbeing and health.I practise, consolidate and refine my skills to improve my performance. I am developingand sustaining my levels of fitness.By reflecting on my own and others’ work and evaluating it against shared criteria, I canrecognise improvement and achievement and use this to progress further.Stupendous Steppers L1, L2Stupendous Steppers L1Super Athletes L1;Heart Beaters L1, L2, L3Super Athletes L3Super Athletes L2, L32 Sc1 2jPupils should be taught to use observations, measurements orother data to draw conclusions.Super Athletes L1, L2;Heart Beaters L1, L2SCN 2-12aBy investigating some body systems and potential problems which they may develop, I canmake informed decisions to help me to maintain my health and wellbeing.Super Athletes L3;Heart Beaters L1, L2, L32 Sc1 2k2 Sc1 2lwww.getinthezone.org.ukPupils should be taught to decide whether these conclusionsagree with any prediction made and/or whether they enablefurther predictions to be made.Pupils should be taught to use their scientific knowledge andunderstanding to explain observations, measurements or otherdata or conclusions.Super Athletes L1, L2;Heart Beaters L1, L2Heart Beaters L3SCN 2-20aSCN 2-20bThrough research and discussion I have an appreciation of the contribution that individualsare making to scientific discovery and invention and the impact this has made on society.I can report and comment on current scientific news items to develop my knowledge andunderstanding of topical science.Hear Beaters L1Heart Beaters L1Practical science exploring the mind and body in motion


Curriculum GuideAges 4-11Your guide to how the In the Zone investigations fit with the Science and PE curriculaWalesObjective Description LessonsNorthern IrelandObjective Description LessonsKnowledge and understandingof the worldKnowledge and understandingof the worldKnowledge and understandingof the worldKnowledge and understandingof the worldKnowledge and understandingof the worldKnowledge and understandingof the worldKnowledge and understandingof the worldKnowledge and understandingof the worldPhysical developmentPhysical developmentScience - enquiryScience - planningScience - developingScience – interdependence oforganismsLearn the names and uses of the main external parts of the human body and plantsIdentify the similarities and differences between themselves and other childrenMaking observations and measurements and keeping recordsCommunicating observations and measurementsRecognising simple patterns in their findingsDescribing what they have found out and offering simple explanationsIdentifying what they want to find out and how to do itThinking about what might happen if…Being involved in physical activities that allow them to work as individuals, with a partnerand in small groups, sharing ideas and helping each other to improve their work.Understand, appreciate and enjoy the differences between running, walking, skipping,jumping, climbing and hopping.Pupils should be given opportunities to carry out different types of enquiry, e.g. patternseeking, exploring, classifying and identifying, making things, fair testing, using andapplying models.Pupils turn ideas suggested to them, and their own ideas, into a form that can beinvestigated. They outline the planned approach/method recognising, deciding upon andgiving some justification for each of the following when appropriate:2. predictions using some previous knowledge and understanding4. when carrying out a fair test, the key variables that need to be controlled and how tochange the independent variable whilst keeping other key variables the same5. the observations or measurements that need to be made6. the equipment and techniques required for the enquiryPupils follow the planned approach/method, revise it where necessary, and whereappropriate:1. use apparatus and equipment correctly and safely2. make careful observations and accurate measurements3. check observations and measurements by repeating them in order to collect reliabledata4. make comparisons and identify and describe trends or patterns in data and information6. consider different interpretations and distinguish between ‘facts’, beliefs and opinions,giving reasons and begin to recognise bias7. form considered opinions and make informed decisionsPupils should be given opportunities to study:1. the names, positions, functions and relative sizes of a human’s main organs2. the need for a variety of foods and exercise for human good healthBrilliant Bodies L1Brilliant Bodies L2Stupendous Steppers L1, L2,L3Stupendous Steppers L1, L3Stupendous Steppers L1Stupendous Steppers L1Stupendous Steppers L2Stupendous Steppers L2Brilliant Bodies L3; StupendousSteppers L2Stupendous Steppers L1Super Athletes L1, L2, L3;Heart Beaters L1, L2, L3Super Athletes L2, L3;Heart Beaters L2Super Athletes L1;Heart Beaters L1, L2, L3Heart Beaters L1, L2, L3The world around us Pupils should be taught to recognise and name parts of the body. Brilliant Bodies L1The world around usThe world around usThe world around usThe world around usPhysical development andmovementPhysical development andmovementPhysical development andmovementPhysical development andmovementPhysical development andmovementPhysical development andmovementPhysical development andmovementPhysical development andmovementThinking skills and capabilitiesThinking skills and capabilitiesPupils should be taught to be aware of some of the similarities and differences betweenthemselves and other childrenPupils should be enabled to explore ‘Me’ in the world.Pupils should be enabled to explore how they and others interact in the world.Pupils should be enabled to explore how living things rely on each other in the naturalworld.Pupils should be taught to explore, create, practice and improve body management skills.Pupils should be taught to develop controlled movement, understanding positionallanguage.Pupils should be enabled to practise simple running techniques in a variety of funactivities.Pupils should be enabled to measure performance in simple athletic activities.Pupils should be enabled to take part in simple games involving individual and cooperativeplay.Pupils should be enabled to progress from simple running, jumping and throwing activitiestoward becoming involved with more difficult personal challenges and through them,improving performance.Pupils should be enabled to practise jumping for height and distance.Pupils should be enabled to practise throwing activities for accuracy and distance from astationary position to a controlled run-up.Pupils should be taught to identify similarities and differences by making simplecomparisons and connections.Pupils should be taught to begin to test predictions and to look for evidence.Brilliant Bodies L2Stupendous Steppers L1,L2, L3Super Athletes L1, L2, L3;Heart Beaters L1, L2, L3Super Athletes L1, L2, L3;Heart Beaters L1, L2, L3Brilliant Bodies L3Brilliant Bodies L3Stupendous Steppers L1Stupendous Steppers L1, L2Stupendous Steppers L2Super Athletes L2, L3Super Athletes L2, L3Super Athletes L3Stupendous Steppers L2;Super Athletes L2Stupendous Steppers L1, L2,L3; Super Athletes L1, L2, L3Thinking skills and capabilities Pupils should be taught to begin to challenge conventions and assumptions. Super Athletes L1Thinking skills and capabilitiesThinking skills and capabilitiesPupils should be taught to discriminate between fact and opinion and question thereliability of evidence.Pupils should be taught to develop methods for collating and recording information andmonitoring progress on a task.Super Athletes L1Heart Beaters L1, L2Thinking skills and capabilities Pupils should be taught to explain and justify methods, opinions and conclusions. Heart Beaters L1, L2, L3Thinking skills and capabilitiesPupils should be taught to be able to ask deeper and wider questions to clarify the task,to plan and to set goals.Heart Beaters L3Physical EducationPupils should be given opportunities to:4. find out how exercise affects the body7. describe how they feel when doing activitiesHeart Beaters L1, L2www.getinthezone.org.ukPractical science exploring the mind and body in motion

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