Rosie suggested that it would be a good idea to have this extra page so that everyone can see what we are learning each half term! Great plan, Rosie!
Summer Term (2nd Half)
Literacy– Newspaper reports, diaries (The Titanic); Narrative Poetry (The Highwayman); Stories from other cultures (Dreamtime stories)
Maths – Multiplication and division (including decimals); measurements; data handling
Science – Healthy Living (The heart; healthy eating; hygiene)
Creative Curriculum – They See The World Like This (Impressionism; Pop Art)
RE – Teachings and Authority in Hinduism
ICT – Databases
PE – Outdoor games
Summer Term (1st Half)
Literacy– Interviews, recounts, journalistic writing, biographies
Maths – Positive and negative numbers, properties of numbers, addition and subtraction methods
Science/Creative Curriculum – To Infinity and Beyond! We will be learning all about space!
RE – Teachings and Authority in Christianity
ICT – Databases
PE – Preparing for our Dance Show and outdoor games
Spring Term (second half)
Literacy – Dramatic Conventions (Adverts and radio scripts); Instructions
Maths – Measures, fractions, decimals, problem solving
CC – Robot Wars – we will be learning about computers, robots, doing junk modelling, learning about sustainability and making art in the style of Andy Goldsworthy
Science – Life Cycles – we will be learning about how plants reproduce, the names of parts of plants, and what they need to live
RE – Sagrada Familia – We are continuing our study of this amazing building and will be putting together an audio guide.
PE – Tuesdays and Thursdays – Gymnastics
PSHE – Going for Goals
Spring Term (first half)
Literacy – Myths, Legends and Traditional Tales (including Robin Hood)
Choral and Performance Poetry (including the Well Versed project)
Maths – Multiplication, division, working with decimals and fractions
Science – What is sound?
Creative Curriculum – Around The World In 33 Days – Turkey – learning about the history, traditions and geography of Turkey. We will be making presentations, putting forward a bid for Turkey in an inter-school “Host The World Cup” competition, painting Turkish landscapes, learning about the Turkish Grand Prix, and thinking about similarities and differences between Turkey and the UK. We will also be having a “Turkey Day” where we will hopefully be tasting lots of delicious Turkish food – more details to follow!
Music – Mrs Hellebronth is working on some Turkish music
RE – We are studying the Sagrada Familia in Barcelona and learning why it is an important place for Christians
PE – Gymnastics