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Year 5 Learning

Topic

The Forest of Kings

Crime and Punishment

 

The Circle of Life

 

Key text

King Kong

 

The Tempest

 

The Highwayman

Once

Room 13

 

Animals on the move- ebook

Robot GIrl

English

Newspaper articles

 

Performance Poetry

 

Play Scripts

 

Persuasion

 

 

Meeting tale (Narrative)

 

 

Narrative poetry

 

 

Diary entries

 

Nonsense poetry

Mystery stories

 

Instructions / Explanations

 

Chronological reports

 

Science fiction narrative

 

Maths

Place value to 1,000,000

 

Addition and subtraction

Multiplication and division

 

Fractions, decimals and percentages

Angles and Shape

 

Measurement and time

Geometry and positioning

 

Data handling and problem solving

Real life application of Autumn topics

Real life application of Spring topics

 

 

 

On –going times tables and consolidation

 

Science

 

Materials and their properties

 

Separating Mixtures

Forces

Space

Life Cycles

 

Growing and Changing

 

Art

3D clay pots using observational drawings

 

3D clay pots using observational drawings

 

Artist study

Freda Khalo

 

Artist study

Freda Khalo

 

 

 

Silk painting – linked to stain glass windows

 

 

Silk painting – linked to stain glass windows

 

 

Computing

E-safety

 

PEGI- Digital literacy

 

 

Coding

iMovie trailers

Coding

Algorithms

Podcasts

DT

 

Textiles

Designing and creating an alternative South American flag

 

Mechanisms

Studying and creating moving mechanisms

 

 

Cooking and nutrition

*Healthy Living Week*

Designing an international menu

Geography

 

Geographical Enquiry

South American study using a range of different sources of information

Physical + Human Geography

Understand how physical geography impacted cities and past settlements

 

Geographical Enquiry

Study of how UK map has changed over time

Physical + Human Geography

Explain the impact of physical geography on economic, trade and distribution of natural resources and the influence over cities over time.

 

 

 

 

Geographical Enquiry

Use atlases to label key geographical features e.g. rivers, mountains and biomes.

 

Use fieldwork to observe, measure, record and present the human and physical features in the local area.

 

History

a non-European society that provides contrasts with British history

Ancient Mayans study

 

a study of an aspect or theme in British history that extends pupils’ chronological knowledge beyond 1066 Crime and punishment through the ages

Britain’s settlement by Anglo-Saxons and Scots

Anglo-Saxons settlements

 

the Viking and Anglo-Saxon struggle for the Kingdom of England to the time of Edward the Confessor

Anglo-Saxons and Vikings

 

Music

Rock music

Jazz

Pop ballad

 

Rap music

 

Motown

 

History and language of music

PE

 

Athletics

 

Dance

Invasion Games

Gymnastics

Team games

Fitness and health

PHSE

We’re All Stars

Feelings, role models and communication

 

Be Friendly, Be Wise

Conflict and resolution strategies

Daring to be different

Disagreeing and agreeing, being assertive and anti-bullying

Joining in and joining up

Crimes and laws, voting and debating and community involvement

Dear Diary

Managing uncomfortable feelings and finding solutions with others.

Living long, living strong

Growing and changing and worries.

Spanish

All About me?

Information and introductions e.g. Family and birthdays

Spelling in Spanish

Weather and clothes

Numbers to 1000, Time, Transport and adjectives

Food and drinks- conversations about food and drink.

Hobbies, sports, likes and dislikes

Holidays and weather and seasons revision

RE

Where did it all start?

 

Sacred texts

 

Am I always right?

 

5 Pillars of Islam

What do we believe in our town?

Enrichment

 

Mr Bradshaw music sessions

 

South American class party

International faith week

 

Christingle service

 

Crime and punishment trip/visitor from Police coming in

 

 

 

 

Trip to Formby (field work)

Tatton Park

Trips to both churches

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