Rachel Hawkes

KS2 Spanish 2021


Y3 and Y4 Spanish

This is a new primary scheme of work (including resources) created for Cam Trust schools, and is available for any teachers to download, adapt and use.

The lesson materials were created by Paula Vázquez-Valero, SLE at Comberton Village College.

All resources are licensed as CC BY-NC-SA 4.0.

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As long as you:

  1. "BY" Attribute, say who the work is "by". A proper attribution for an edited resource could look like this: "This resource is based on Y3_4_rouge_t1_w1_lesson (by Guillou, Marie-Odile; Hawkes, Rachel), licensed under CC BY-NC-SA 4.0." Note that it links to: (A) the resource (B) the owner and (C) the license.
  2. "NC" Are using it for non-commercial activity, ie do not earn any money from your use of the materials. For example, these resources can be used at free talks with our license, but not in paid talks.
  3. "SA" Assign the same license CC BY-NC-SA 4.0 to anything you create, meaning the material is "shared alike"

Artwork is by Steve Clarke. All additional pictures selected are available under a Creative Commons license, no attribution required.

I will eventually include here the SOW document (Excel) and other support material. (We will have SOW, primary languages policy doc, and a language guide booklet).

The overall curriculum plan for KS2 Spanish has the following design:

Here is a termly overview of the contexts for learning, the phonics, vocabulary and structures we teach. Follow the term links (Autumn, Spring, Summer) to get to the lesson resources.

Links will become 'live' as the materials become available.

Note: The previous KS2 Spanish SOW and resources will remain on the site.

Autumn Term

Half-term 1: Describing me and others

Half-term 2: Saying what I and others have

Phonics: the SSC (sound-symbol correspondences) taught this term are: [a] [o] [u] [e] [i] [ca] [co] [cu] [ce] [ci] [z]

Vocabulary: adjectives to describe mood today and character generally, days of the week, nouns for possessions, ‘I have a present for’ story

Grammar: estar (singular) for location & temporary state, ser (singular) for permanent traits & origin, adjective endings (-o, -a, -e, -z), tener, singular indefinite articles (un, una), intonation questions, WH-questions with dónde, cómo, qué
Spring Term

Half-term 1: Saying what I and others do

Half-term 2: Saying how many and describing things

Phonics: the SSC (sound-symbol correspondences) taught this term are:

Vocabulary: verbs and nouns to describe a range of activities, numbers 1-12,

Grammar: -AR and -ER present tense (singular), singular definite articles (el, la), hay, regular plural marking on nouns (-s), interrogative cuántos, cuántas, revisit indefinite articles, plural indefinite articles
Summer Term

Half-term 1: Describing things and people

Half-term 2: Expressing likes and saying what I and others do

Phonics: the SSC (sound-symbol correspondences) taught this term are:

Vocabulary: adjectives for describing animals, story creation, loves and hates, Hungry Caterpillar (rojo), Todo un año (amarillo) revisit days, months

Grammar: revisit hay, regular plural marking on nouns (-es), revisit definite articles & adjective agreement, plural definite articles, using amar|odiar + definite article, revisit intonation question

When you click on Autumn, Spring, Summer you will get to separate pages, each with the layout of the SOW for that term (like the current page but with different column design).