Term 3 2018-19
- Non-chronological text writing; Write an information text about penguins; Use knowledge of features of information text writing to create a poster about an imaginary Antarctic animal.
- Reading –Information texts based around the topic of penguins and the Antarctic.
Maths: Multiplication, division and statistics; Arithmetic: addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.
RE: To find out about what Judaism is and what Jews believe.
PSHE: Dreams and goals to success.
Games: To take part in oppositional games. Change speed and direction to utilise space.
ICT: Word processing; WeDo
History/Art/ Design & Technology: Learn about the explorers Ernest Shackleton and Tenzing Norgay; Compare the qualities, traits and achievements of both men; To understand about the life of Henri Rousseau and explore his use of skills and techniques when painting portraits and landscapes when considering the ArtsWeek project ‘Go Wild’.
Science – Animals including humans: To explore that living things need to live in suitable habitats for survival.
Term 2 2018-19
English: Look at fairy tales: Hansel and Gretel and Baba Yaga; Narrative – Re-telling of a traditional tale; Reading – Texts based around the topic; Poetry – Repetitive poetry based on the topic of Christmas.
Maths: Addition and subtraction; Measurement – Money; Multiplication and division.
Science: Notice that animals, including humans, have offspring which grown into adults; Find out about and describe the basic needs of animals, including humans, for survival (food, water and air); Describe the importance for humans of exercise, eating the right amounts of different types of food and hygiene.
History/Art/Design and Technology: Learn about features of a Victorian Christmas and mark making techniques to design a Christmas card; Design a front cover for the Christmas Nativity programme; Explore a variety of mediums and techniques based on Breugal to create a calendar.
PSHE: Celebrating difference
RE: To deepen children’s understanding of the Christmas Nativity; What did Jesus teach?
Dance: Respond imaginatively to a variety of stimuli; To improvise to music; To choose actions to link to mood, sound and music; Work individually and within a group to create a dance.
Term 1 2018-19
Fire and Fleas!
English: Drama workshop to explore The Great Fire of London; Narrative – Character description, diary entry; Reading – Texts based around the topic; Poetry – Great Fire of London poetry.
Maths: Place Value; Addition; Subtraction.
Science: Materials -Identify a variety of materials and sort them according to criteria; Identify natural and man-made materials; Identify that some materials can change shape by squashing, bending, stretching and twisting and others can’t; Test the suitability of metal and plastic for a variety of purposes. Identify different products that can be made from wood, their features and purposes; Identify material inventions and discoveries.
History: To understand where and when the Great Fire of London started; To understand the events of the Great Fire of London; To find out why the fire spread so quickly and stayed alight for so long; To recap what we have found out about the Great Fire of London; To understand the difference between primary and secondary sources of evidence.
Art: Look at and draw a Tudor house; Explore colour mixing and how to create different oranges, reds and yellows; Whole class Great Fire scene with silhouetted buildings, and tissue paper flames creeping from doors and windows; 3D model houses to create Pudding Lane; Use knowledge from Science topic to build their own 3D 17thcentury house for Pudding Lane.
Design & Technology: 3D model houses to create Pudding Lane; Use knowledge from Science topic to build their own 3D 17thcentury house for Pudding Lane.
PSHE: Hopes and fears for the year; Rights and responsibilities; Rewards and consequences; Our learning charter.
RE: To find out about Jewish festivals and celebrations: Passover, Sukkot, Purim, Hannukah and Rosh Hashanah.
PE: Throwing; Catching; Exploring ways in which an object can travel.
Term 6 2017-18
Man on the Moon
English: Narrative writing; Write an advert; Create a character description; Invent a fictional newspaper article.
Maths: Place value; Measure – length, capacity and mass.
History: How do we know about the first man on the moon? Why did they want to go to the moon? Find out about the events of the first man on the moon.
ICT: Lego Workshop
Music: Compose space music,
PSHE: Jigsaw – Changing Me
Games: Sports Day skills; Dance and rounders.
Art: Carnival flowers
RE: What is the best way for a Jew to show commitment to God?