Term 5 2018-19
Traders and Raiders
Literacy – Grammar,Spelling and Punctuation; Reading comprehension; Kennings/Sagas
- Indigo – Money; Decimal; Time
- Sapphire – Area and Perimeter; Roman numerals; Fraction; Decimals
Science – None as Electricity was taught in Term 4
- Anglo Saxons – Where and why they settled, lifestyle, religion
- Vikings – Raid on Lindisfarne, religion, lifestyle, battle with Anglo Saxons
Computing – WeDo Lego
RE – Anglo-Saxons- Conversion to Christianity by St Augustine
PSHE- Friendships and how to solve problems as they occur; Resilience
PE – Cricket; Dance
Art – Design and make Viking longboats; Illuminated letters.
French – Madame McRonald
- Ukulele assembly – 24th May
- Viking Dress Up Day- 15th May
Term 4 2018-19
BILE, BURPS AND BOTTOMS
Literacy: Grammar; Spelling and Punctuation; Reading comprehension; Story/Report Writing; Demon Dentist
- Indigo – Fractions; Decimals; Multiplication
- Sapphire – Fractions; Decimals; Angles; Money
- Digestion and teeth – How the digestive system works. Structure and uses of teeth in different animals; How to keep healthy.
- Electricity – Creating a Circuit; Predicting if a circuit will work.
History – Will be covered in Term 5
PE – Dance; Rugby
Art/D&T – Linked to Science; Create a car with headlights
PSHE – Healthy Me; Feeling good about myself and the choices I make.
RE – Easter and Easter assembly; What are the key events associated with Holy week and why are they significant?
French – Madame McRonald
Computing – PowerPoint; Touch Typing
Important Events – World Book Day; Assessment week; Excalibur; Parent Evenings; St Mary’s Church-Easter Experience
Term 3 2018-19
Signs and Symbols- Hinduism
Literacy: Grammar,Spelling and Punctuation; Whole Class Reading; Hindu Creation Story; Story of Ganesha.
Maths: Area, perimeter, Decimals, subtraction, multiplication.
RE: How Hindus understand God; Why symbols are more useful than words; What makes places special to Hindus?
PE: Swimming; Badminton.
Art: Elephant designs; Clay Ganesha; Mehandi Designs.
PSHE: Dreams and Goals.
Computing: WeDo; Scratch.
French: Madame McRonald
Important Events: Arts Week; Homework.
Term 2 2018-19
Literacy: Persuasive writing, Letter writing, Story writing, Whole Class Reading and comprehension.
Maths: Fractions, Multiplication and division, coordinate and statistics.
Science: Solids and Liquids Changing state of matter using chocolate as an example.
History: The history of chocolate making.
Computing: WeDo, Market research, Bar charts, Adverts- Green screening.
Design and Technology: Children to design and make Christmas chocolates.
PSHE: Celebrating Difference, Everyone is different, Including and helping others.
PE: Hockey and Table Tennis.
French: Madame McRonald.
Music: Ukulele, Christmas songs.
Important Events: Assessment week, Children in Need, Cadbury World, Christmas Bazaar and Church Service.
Term 1 2018-19
Literacy: Ongoing -Grammar, Spelling and Punctuation; Reading Comprehension; Writing a Diary; Creation stories; Recap features of instructions.
Maths: Number: Place Value, addition and subtraction; Shape and Symmetry (Msc).
History: Ancient Egypt-Time and Place; Investigating the lifestyles of ordinary Egyptians and Pharaohs; Beliefs – to include Gods/Goddesses, burial procedures –mummies; Pyramids.
Art: Children to create the following – Sarcophagus,Mummies, Cartouche, Jewellery and Nefertiti.
Computing: Scratch; Green Screen linked to the Egyptian topic; WeDo; iMovies.
Design and Technology: Investigate how a shaduf works; Design and create a miniature working shaduf; Investigate different styles of pyramids; Build their own from Lego or blocks.
Important Events: Egyptian Day (costumes can be worn)
Music: Ukulele with Mrs Stanway-Williams
Science: Sound -Making Egyptian instruments; Exploring how sound travels, pitch andsound proofing.
Geography: Understanding and being able to point out Egypt in a map of the world; Importance and features of the River Nile and the impact this had/has on the Egyptian people.
PE: Tag Rugby; Gymnastics.
RE: Creation Story Christian and Egyptian.
Term 6 2017-18
Born to be Wild
Literacy: Grammar, Spelling and Punctuation; Reading comprehension; Non chronological report
Science: Habitats – Classification of groups; Recognition that environments can change; The effect that humans have on the environment.
Computing: PowerPoint; WeDo; E Safety Week
Maths: Addition Subtraction; Capacity.
PSHE: Changing Me; Coping with, and looking forward to change.
PE: Athletics; Dance
French: Madame Wheeler
Art: Animal art
Geography: European Country- Spain
Important Events: Whipsnade Zoo visit; Year 6 production; End of year reports; Sports Day; Meet new teachers; Dance Festival