Half Term Curriculum Overview
Using generalisers and connectives
Using provisional statements - usually, seem to be, tend to be
Include technical vocabulary to increase specificity
Make references to sources of evidence - Most people know that, some people believe…
Use a range of sentence length, structure and type
Write for different purposes and audiences
Planning and drafting writing
Summarising longer passages
Prepare and present information orally
Participate in discussions by listening to others and building on from what has been said
Use technology safely, respectfully and responsibly; recognise acceptable/ unacceptable behaviour; identify a range of ways to report concern about content and contact.
Identify some different types of biblical texts, using
technical terms accurately.
Explain connections between biblical texts and Christian
ideas of God, using theological terms.
Make clear connections between Bible texts studied
and what Christians believe about God; for example,
through how churches are designed.
Show how Christians put their beliefs into practice in worship.
Place Value within 100,000
Place Value 1,000,000
Addition and Subtraction
Graphs and Tables/Multiplication and Division
Place Value within 10,000,000/Four Operations of Number
Four Operations of Number
Four Operations of Number/ Fractions
The children will learn who the Ancient Shang people were, where and when they lived, using maps and atlases to locate Shang cities. They will also learn about the role of the king, the religious beliefs and rituals of the Shang people and how oracle bones were used in divination ceremonies.
South and West Africa
Recognising and confidently discussing the stylistic features of different genres, styles and traditions of music using musical vocabulary.
Comparing, discussing and evaluating music using detailed musical vocabulary. Developing confidence in using detailed musical vocabulary (related to the inter-related dimensions of music) to discuss and evaluate their own and others’ work.
Singing songs in two or more parts, in a variety of musical styles from memory, with accuracy, fluency, control and expression. Working as a group to perform a piece of music, adjusting dynamics and pitch according to a graphic score, keeping in time with others and communicating with the group.
Describe the changes as humans develop to old age.
Describe the differences in the life cycles of a mammal, an amphibian, an insect and a bird.
Describe the life process of reproduction in some plants and animals.
To research and adopt the style of a famous group of painters
To apply an understanding of line and repeated pattern
To design and make a prototype as part of a group
To create a repeated pattern through printing
To analyse and evaluate artwork
Gymnastics imoves Planning
To learn how to spin on point and with travel
To be able to create and perform the travelling part of a routine.
To learn and understand the different stages to performing a forward roll
To learn and understand how to perform a range of balances including counter balance and counter tension
To be able to create and perform the balancing part of a routine and be able to link it to the travelling and rolling sections.
To learn how to jump safely off a range of equipment
To be able to create and perform the jumping part of a given choreography.
To be able to learn a range of techniques using a ribbon
To be able to create the apparatus (ribbon) part of a routine and be able to link it to the jumping section.
To know that marriage is a legal commitment and is a choice people
To know what attributes and skills make a good friend.
To understand what might lead to someone bullying others.
To know what action a bystander can take when they see bullying
To design a playground with a variety of structures
To build a range of structures
To improve and add detail to structures
To create surrounding landscape
Pronounce new vocabulary accurately
Say if I play a sport and if I like a sport
Write sentences about what sports I play and like
To learn the words in French for countries around the world
I can conjugate the verb ‘to go’ and say I or someone else is going to a country
Things to look for and do at home
See creative homework
Swimming-Year 5 Wednesday