Term 1 2019-20
Term 6 2018-19
English – Research based writing on the Romans
Maths – Continue with Time, move on to shape, measurement – capacity and Mass
Science – Continue with plants, moving on to flowers and their life cycle – including seed dispersal. Visit to Butterfly house – Blenheim palace.
Geography – Locate the Roman empire in relation to Great Britain.
History – Romans – who they are and where they came from. To understand the way in which they lived.
RE – Weddings and baptisms
Art – Mosaic making
ICT – Lego Wedo and Scratch programming
French – Animals, holidays and Tour De France
PE – Rounders
Term 5 2018-19
Land of Neverbelieve
- Fiction – Writing a whole story including Opening/Building up/Problem/Resolution/Ending
- Non – Fiction – Non – Chronological Report Writing
Maths – Fractions/Measurement Time
Jigsaw – Relationships
Science – Plants, Fruits, Flowers and Life Cycles (Butterflies)
Geography – Understand geographical similarities and differences of a region in the United Kingdom
DT – Creating a new tree for the island of Neverbelieve
ICT – Powerpoint making Top Trumps Cards
French – Recapping existing vocabulary knowledge plus Le Tour de France
PE – Tennis
Term 4 2018-19
Fantastic Mr Fox
- Fiction – Creating a new character for Fantastic Mr Fox.
- Poetry – If I were a fox.
Maths – Statistics, Measurement and fractions.
Jigsaw – Healthy Me
Science – Animals, humans and nutrition.
Geography – Location knowledge – Oxfordshire in relation to other counties.
DT – Healthy food
ICT – Lego workshop
PE – Swimming
RE – Easter Story
French – Colours and Shapes
Term 3 2018-19
English: Non – Fiction –Newspaper Report – Tom’s Dad is missing! Fiction – Diary writing as Tom – What adventures he had!
Maths: Multiplication and division; Statistics.
PSHE: Following Jigsaw program ‘Dreams and Goals’
Science: Light and Shadow – Exploring how we see and recognising different types of light sources; Investigating shadows and how they change through the day.
PE: Dance/gymnastics – Moving to music and the Northern Lights
Art: Polar bears sketches and use of chalk
Geography: Countries of the world – To look at close European Countries and some of their main geographical features such as rivers and mountain ranges.
RE: Jesus’ Early Life/What do we know about Jesus; Exploring the New Testament, with a focus on parables, teachings and miracles.
French: Continuation of Christmas – Epiphany; Greetings and salutations
Term 2 2018-19
Stones ‘n’ Bones
English: Fiction – Write an ending to a story ‘Ug and the Saber-toothed tiger’; Non-Fiction – Instructions ‘How to trap a saber –toothed tiger’.
Maths: Multiplication and Division.
Science: Rocks and soils – Compare and group together different kinds of rocks on the basis of their appearance and simple physical properties.
History: The Stone Age to Iron Age – To be able to place the stone age onto a time line. To explore how the people lived during this period.
Art: Stone Age Art – Drawing with charcoal, drawing on rocks creating own paintbrushs.
RE: Christianity – Christmas Story.
PSHE: Following Jigsaw program ‘Being Me in My World’; Celebrating difference.
PE: Tag Rugby; Developing skills of passing and receiving the ball. Looking at team strategies such as supporting and finding spaces.
French: The French Christmas Carol.
ICT: Lego Workshop.
Term 1 2018-19
English: Non-Fiction – Persuasion Circus Advert – Can you persuade your parents to come to the circus? Fiction – The Clown -Write an opening to a story.
Maths: Place Value/Addition/Subtraction – Identify, represent and estimate numbers. Read and write numbers up to 1000 in numerals and in words. Solve number problems and practical problems.
Science: Forces and magnets – To revise the nature of forces and explore the behaviour of magnetic materials.
History: When did the Circus begin? How has it changed?
Art: Pointillism George Seurat Circus; Create posters for the circus.
RE: Hinduism – Looking at traditions and how it is celebrated.
PSHE: Following Jigsaw program ‘Being Me in My World’; Should animals perform in a circus?
French: Greetings / Introduce yourself.
ICT: Creating /publishing digital media – Using a range of programs to design and create posters for the circus. Lego Workshop