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Year 5

 
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English Narrative
Write stories of mystery and suspense. (?)
Write letters. (Formal letter - Ure museum)


Non-fiction
Write recounts. (Formal - Ure museum and informal from the point of view of the child)
Write persuasively. (Dragons' Den)
Write explanations. (Space)
Write formally.
Narrative
Write letters. (Informal letters - Skellig)
Write plays. (Easter service)


Non-fiction
Write in a journalistic style. (?)
Write arguments. (Discussion text - Sustainability)
Write formally.


Poetry
Write poetry that conveys an image (simile, word play, rhyme, metaphor.) (?)
Narrative
Write stories that include mythical, legendary or historical characters and events (Viking myth)
Write stories of adventure. (within Viking myth)
Write fictional biographies. (?)


Non-fiction
Write persuasively. (Dragons' Den)
Write non-chronological reports. (Vikings - produce a class book?)
Write formally.


Poetry
Write poetry that conveys an image (simile, word play, rhyme, metaphor.)
Maths Place Value
Addition and Subtraction
Statistics
Multiplication and Division
Perimeter and Area
Understand the properties of shapes (taught through lesson starters in Maths and PE)
Describe position, direction and movement (taught through lesson starters in Maths and PE)
Use algebra (Covered as part of the “Add and subtract” threshold concept in the form of missing number problems and as part of the “Multiply and divide” threshold concept in the form of missing number problems)
Multiplication and Division
Fractions
Decimals and Percentages
Understand the properties of shapes (taught through lesson starters in Maths and PE)
Describe position, direction and movement (taught through lesson starters in Maths and PE)
Use algebra (Covered as part of the “Add and subtract” threshold concept in the form of missing number problems)
Decimals
Properties of Shapes
Position and Direction
Converting Units
Volume
Science Mostly integrated through the theme of Ancient Greece

Autumn 1 & 2:
Earth and Space - explore the movement of earth and the moon, explain day and night (link to Ancient Greek astronomy). 
Mostly integrated through the theme of Sustainability

Spring 1:
Materials -properties and changes (look at sustainable materials).
 
Spring 2:
Living things and their habitats - life cycles and life processes (look at sustainable habitats).
Mostly integrated through the theme of Vikings

Summer 1:
Animals and humans - reproduction, animals and human , life cycles, similarities and differences of offspring (look at how Vikings and Anglo Saxons farmed, reproducing animals for consumption).

Taught discretely:

Summer 2:
Forces - gravity, effects of air / water resistance and revision of magnets
RE Taught discretely.

Autumn 1:
Hinduism
Following the Discovery RE scheme of work:
Beliefs - How can Brahman be everywhere and in everything? Is there a soul? Trimurti, God, Deities

Autumn 2:

Christianity
Following the Understanding Christianity scheme of work:
The Christmas Story - Was Jesus the Messiah? Incarnation, Salvation, (Jesus as the) Messiah, Old Testament, God's plan to restore the relationship between humans and God, Gospel and prophecy texts, Connections between biblical texts, Incarnation and Messiah, Christian beliefs about the Messiah, The difference Jesus as the Messiah might make in people's lives
Taught discretely.

Spring 1:
Hinduism
Following the Discovery RE scheme of work:
Beliefs and Moral Values - Do beliefs in Karma, Samsarah and Moksha help Hindus lead good lives? Good deeds, Rama, Re-incarnation, Sadhu

Spring 2:

Christianity
Following the Understanding Christianity scheme of work:
The Easter Story - What did Jesus do to save human beings? Incarnation, Salvation, Gospels (New Testament), Jesus' death as a sacrifice and what this means, Narratives of Jesus' death/resurrection, Holy Communion, Different Christian interpretations of Jesus' death
Taught discretely.

Summer 1:
Hinduism
Following the Discovery RE scheme of work:
Prayer and Worship - What is the best way for a Hindu to show commitment to God? Murtis, Worship at Home (Puja), 4 Goals, Dharma, Pilgrimage

Summer 2:

Christianity
Following the Discovery RE scheme of work:
Beliefs and Practices - What is the best way for a Christian to show commitment to God? Love your Neighbour, Faith in Action, Christian Charities, Mother Teresa, Martin Luther King, Prayer, Communion, Church
History Mostly integrated through the theme of Ancient Greece    

Autumn 1 & 2:
Early civilization achievements.                   
History that is of an interest to pupils (Ancient Greece)
Mostly integrated through the theme of  Sustainability

Spring 1 & 2:
Local History study (linked with Geography.
How has housing and transport changed the village?)
Mostly integrated through the theme of Vikings   

Summer 1 & 2:
Britain's settlements, Viking's struggle for kingdoms of England, Themes in British history. (invasions of Vikings and Anglo Saxons)
Geography Mostly integrated through the theme of Ancient Greece


Autumn 1 & 2:
Locate the world's countries with a

focus on Europe. 
Where is Greece in relation to other countries in Europe? 
Identify the human and physical characteristics of Greece. 
Describe similarities and differences between regions in Greece and the reasons for these. 
Collect and analyse statistics and other information in order to gain a good understanding of Greece.

 
Mostly integrated through the theme of  Sustainability

Spring 1 & 2:
Describe and understand key aspects of human geography, including land use, economic activity including trade links and the distribution of natural resources including energy, food, minerals and water supplies. 
Describe how locations around the world are changing  and explain reasons for the change (climate change)
Use fieldwork to observe, measure and record the human and physical features in the local area using a range of methods, including sketch maps, plans and graphs and digital technologies.
Use a wide range of geographical sources in order to investigate places and patterns.  
Mostly integrated through the theme of The Vikings


Summer 1 & 2:
Identify on a map where the Vikings and Saxons lived.
Identify the physical features of those areas. 
Use the language of human geography to describe settlements, land use, economic activity including trade links.
PSHCE Autumn 1:
Being Me In My World
- Planning the forthcoming year
- Being a citizen
- Rights and responsibilities
- Rewards and consequences
- How behaviour affects groups
- Democracy, having a voice,
participating          

Autumn 2:

Celebrating Difference
- Cultural differences and how
they can cause conflict
- Racism
- Rumours and name-calling
- Types of bullying
- Material wealth and
happiness
- Enjoying and respecting
other cultures.
Spring 1:
Dreams and goals  
- Future dreams
- The importance of money
- Jobs and careers
- Dream job and how to get there
- Goals in different cultures
- Supporting others (charity)
- Motivation   

Spring 2:

Healthy Me
- Smoking, including vaping
- Alcohol
- Alcohol and anti-social behaviour
- Emergency aid
- Body image
- Relationships with food
- Healthy choices
- Motivation and behaviour
Summer 1:
Relationships
- Self-recognition and self-worth
- Building self-esteem
- Safer online communities
- Rights and responsibilities online
- Online gaming and gambling
- Reducing screen time
- Dangers of online grooming
- SMART internet safety rules

Summer 2:

Changing Me
- Self- and body image
- Influence of online and media on
body image
- Puberty for girls
- Puberty for boys
- Conception (including IVF)
- Growing responsibility
- Coping with change
- Preparing for transition
PE Taught discreetly

Autumn 1 & 2:
REAL PE
Personal and social cogs
Taking part in Gymnastics activities.
Taking part in Athletic activities - Indoor Athletics - sprinting, running, jumping.
Play competitive games and apply basic principles for attacking and defending

Games: rugby, volleyball.
Taught discretely

Spring 1 & 2:
REAL PE
Cognitive and creative cogs
Performing dances - Kickstart
Taking part in Outdoor Adventurous Activities
Play competitive games and apply basic principles for attacking and defending

Games: netball, football, hockey, basketball.
Taught discretely

Summer 1 & 2:
REAL PE
Applyifng physical skills and health and fitness cogs.
Taking part in Athletics activities - throwing, analysing technique and competing with other, keeping track of personal best.
Play competitive games and apply basic principles for attacking and defending
Performing Dances -  Motown Dance

Games: tennis, rounders, cricket 
Computing Mostly intergrated through the theme of Ancient Greece

Autumn 1:
To use IF THEN ELSE to control events by broadcasting information as a trigger.

Autumn 2: 
Converting sequences to loops when creating shapes in Scratch
Taught discretely 
                
Sping 1:
Use the Reporter operators
() + ()
() - ()
() * ()
() / ()
to perform calculations in Scratch.

Spring 2: 
To understand how conditional selection works before using it to design and code a game in Scratch.
Mostly interegrated through the theme of Vikings

Summer 1 & 2:
To collaborate with others in order to create a piece of work whilst understanding what needs to happen in order to stay safe online
Art Mostly integrated through the theme of Ancient Greece


Autumn 1 & 2:

Sculpture: 

• Show life-like qualities and real-life proportions or, if more abstract, provoke different interpretations.

• Use tools to carve and add shapes, texture and pattern.

• Combine visual and tactile qualities.

• Use frameworks (such as wire or moulds) to provide stability and form.

(Create Ancient Greek Sculptures)
Mostly integrated through the theme of Sustainability

Spring 1 & 2:
Drawing: 
• Use a variety of techniques to add interesting effects (e.g. reflections, shadows, direction of sunlight).
• Use a choice of techniques to depict movement, perspective, shadows and reflection.
• Choose a style of drawing suitable for the work (e.g. realistic or impressionistic).
• Use lines to represent movement.
(Artist focus: Gaudi to create realistic art,
Environmental artists: Rachiard Long, Diane Burko, Alexis Rockmen, Bejamin Von Wong
Mostly integrated through the theme of The Vikings


Summer 1 & 2:

Textiles: 

• Show precision in techniques.

• Choose from a range of stitching techniques.

• Combine previously learned techniques to create pieces.

(Taught alongside DT Bayeux Tapestry. Children choose their favourite part to sketch, design and recreate).
DT Mostly integrated through the theme of Ancient Greece


Autumn 1 & 2:

Construction

Develop a range of practical skills to create products (such as cutting, drilling and screwing, nailing, gluing, filing and sanding).

(Create a Grecian cart)


Taught discretely:
Child led  D &T with Dragons Den

 
Mostly integrated through the theme of Sustainability



Spring 1 & 2:

 Computing:

• Write code to control and monitor models or products. (Use CAMS)

Electronics:

• Create circuits using electronics kits that employ a number of components (such as LEDs, resistors, transistors and chips).

Mechanics

• Convert rotary motion to linear using cams.

• Use innovative combinations of electronics (or computing) and mechanics in product designs.

(Make an electric car)
Mostly integrated through the theme of The Vikings


Summer 1 & 2:

Textiles:

• Create objects (such as a cushion) that employ a seam allowance.

• Join textiles with a combination of stitching techniques (such as back stitch for seams and running stitch to attach decoration).

• Use the qualities of materials to create suitable visual and tactile effects in the decoration of textiles (such as a soft decoration for comfort on a cushion).

Create part of the Bayeux Tapestry



Taught discretely:

Child led D &T with Dragons Den
Music Taught discretely using Charanga Scheme alongside the theme of Ancient Greece



Autumn 1:
Living on a prayer – Rock Anthems

Classroom Jazz



Autumn 2:
Christmas Nativity – Singing
Taught discretely using Charanga Scheme alongside the theme of Sustainability



Spring 1:
Make you feel my love – Pop Ballads



Spring 2:
Fresh Prince of Bel Air – old school hip hop
Taught discretely using Charanga Scheme alongside the theme of Vikings

 

Summer 1:
Dancing in the street – Motown



Summer 2:
Reflect, Rewind and Replay
MFL Taught discretely using Salut! Scheme

Autumn 1 & 2:
On holiday
A school trip (History)
Culture of countries and languages, (core units 1-3)
Taught discretely using Salut! Scheme

Spring 1 & 2:
The environment (Geography)
Seasons (core units 1-3)
Taught discretely using Salut! Scheme

Spring 1 & 2:
Hobbies
Eating out, (core units 1-3)
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