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St Matthew’s Catholic Primary School Long Term Plan 2015 – 2016 Class 5 Miss S Law



Autumn Term 1

Sep-Oct

7 weeks and 2 days


Autumn Term 2

Nov-Dec

6 weeks and 4 days


Spring Term 1

Jan-Feb

6 weeks


Spring term 2

Feb-March

4 weeks 3 days


Summer Term 1

Apr-May

8 weeks

Summer term 2

June-July

5 weeks and 3 days

English -

English

English

Myths & Legends – Traditional Tales: To provide a fictional explanation for natural phenomena.

Text: Pandora’s Box, King Krakus and the Dragon


Focus: Characterisation through dialogue and actions.

Grammar focus:

Sentence structure and punctuation.



Link: Topic, Greeks

Historical Greek Narrative: To entertain and, sometimes, to inform.


Text:
Focus: Scene-Setting
Grammar focus: Language structure and punctuation.
Link: Topic, Greeks


Poetry: To entertain and tell a story

Text: The Highwayman Poem
Focus: Action and Endings

Grammar focus: Poetic conventions and punctuation
Link: Topic, Medieval

Mystery Narrative: to create intrigue.

Text: Medieval England (History Link)


Focus: Openings
Grammar focus:

Vocabulary/ language structure



Link: Topic, Medieval

Dilemma Narrative: To entertain and to explore issues or dilemma

Text: Good Night Mr Tom
Focus: Climax and resolution
Grammar focus: Text structure and punctuation
Link: Topic, WW2

Dialogue, Play script and Film Narrative: to have a deliberate effect on the viewer/listener/reader

Text: Road Ends
Focus: Chloral Performance/ Dramatic Conventions

Grammar focus: Vocabulary and punctuation

Link: DT

Reports (non-chronological): To provide detailed information about the way things are or were.

Focus: Structure
Grammar Focus: Text structure/ clauses
Link: TOP

Instructions: To ensure something is done effectively with a successful outcome.


Focus: Audience
Grammar focus: Language/ word structure
Link: Science (Plants)


Newspaper Articles: To report detailed information about events.

Focus: Description to illustrate
Grammar Focus:

Vocabulary and Punctuation



Link: RE

Explanation – To explain how or why.
Focus: Paragraphing

Grammar focus:

Language structure and vocabulary


Link: Topic

Persuasion: To argue a case from a particular point of view and encourage.

Focus: Specific audience and purpose.
Grammar focus: Vocabulary/ language structure

Link: Topic

Recount (Chronological): The primary purpose of recounts is to retell events.

Focus:
Grammar Focus: Sentence structure and punctuation

Link: Spanish

Maths

Maths

Maths

  • Number and place value










  • Geometry – properties of shapes




  • Measurement

  • Mental and written addition and subtraction




  • Fractions (including decimals and percentages)




  • Geometry – properties of shape




  • Statistics – Link with Science

  • Number and place value




  • Mental and written addition and subtraction



  • Mental and written multiplication and division




  • Fractions



  • Geometry – position of shapes




  • Measurement

  • Mental and written addition and subtraction




  • Mental and written multiplication and division



  • Fractions (including decimals and percentages)




  • Measurement



  • Statistics – Link with Spanish




  • Number and place value




  • Mental and written addition and subtraction



  • Mental and written multiplication and division




  • Fractions (including decimals and percentages)



  • Geometry – properties of shape

  • Mental and written addition and subtraction




  • Mental and written multiplication and division


  • Fractions (including decimals and percentages)




  • Measurement



  • Statistics

R.E.

R.E.

R.E.

Gifts from God (5.1)

ICT Links – Internet safety and multi-media

PSHCE/ Geography Links – How to care for each other and the world


The Commandments (5.2)



Inspirational People (5.3)
ICT Links: Publishing blogs and research



Reconciliation (5.4)


Life in Risen Christ (5.5)

People of other Faiths (5.6)
Topic Link: Locating faiths across the world

Science

Science

Science

Materials and Properties (2.1)

  • Identify and compare properties of materials. Plan comparative tests to form accurate results.
  • Explore separating mixtures and using scientific language to explain dissolving and separation.


  • Classifying and exploring changes as reversible and irreversible.

ICT Links: Data logging

Math Links: Presenting data in graphs and tables.

Circle of Life (3.1)

  • Describe life processes and reproduction in some plants.

  • Explain the difference in the life cycles of a mammal, an amphibian, insect and bird.

  • Planning enquires and presenting results and growing plants and food.

English Links: Instructions involving growing plants
ICT: producing gardening video.
DT: Cooking grown food and planning recipes.

Super science (6.1)

  • Understanding and describing discoveries.

  • To use forensic tests to solve crimes

  • To work scientifically on a variety of quick challenges.

ICT: Research, producing crime scene videos around school.
English Link: Biographies of Scientists, create report on science news

PSHE Links: Debate on ethics of finger printing



Forces of nature (4.1)

  • Identifying sources of error in investigation and presenting observation clearly.

  • Understanding force of gravity, friction and air/water resistance.

  • Designing machines with pulleys, levers, springs and gears.

DT Links: Creating magnificent machines

Cycle to school

Earth sun and moon (1.1)
  • Understand how the solar system is organised.


  • Describe movements of the Earth and Moon relative to the sun in our Solar System.

  • Use and create simple models to explain how the solar system has changed.

Math: Calculating planet distance
History: Timeline planet discovery.
DT Links: Modelling solar system

Growing up and getting old (5.1)

  • Describing changes that happens as human develop using a timeline

  • Comparing and analysing gestation periods

  • Collect and compare data on changes in height.

  • Discuss problems with living longer
    Geography links: Environmental impact of human waste

RE Links: Confirmation ceremonies

Creative Curriculum (History, Geography, Art, DT and ICT)

Ancient Greeks

The legacy of Greek or Roman culture (art, architecture or literature) on later periods in British history, including the present day

Ancient Greece – a study of Greek life and achievements and their influence on the western world

ICT:

Identifying relevant information.



Food

Human and physical geography

Describe and understand key aspects of:

Human geography, including trade links, and the distribution of natural resources.

Geographical skills and fieldwork

use maps, atlases, globes and digital/computer mapping to locate countries



Medieval Britain

Geography

Describe and understand key aspects of:

Human geography, including trade links, and the distribution of natural resources.


Geographical skills and fieldwork

use maps, atlases, globes and digital/computer mapping to locate countries




North America

Place knowledge

understand geographical similarities and differences through the study of human and physical geography of a region of North America



Knowledge

locate the world’s

countries.

Art: Drawing North America


World War Two

A depth study linked to one of the British areas of study listed above

a study over time tracing how several aspects of national history are reflected in the locality (this can go beyond 1066)

a study of an aspect of history that is significant in the locality.




World War Two

A depth study linked to one of the British areas of study listed above

a study over time tracing how several aspects of national history are reflected in the locality (this can go beyond 1066) a study of an aspect of history that is significant in the locality.


Spanish

Spanish

Spanish

Yo (All about me) Unit 1

  • Simple greetings and introductions.

  • Making simple statements (name and age)

  • Numbers 1-15

¡Vamos a Celebrarlo! (Celebrations) Unit 3


  • Celebrating achievements and special occasions

  • Reading, writing and saying months of the year and expressing praise

  • Asking permission – manners and simple statements

  • Numbers 15-30

Los animales (Animal friends) (Unit 5) and Canciones y juegos (Songs and games) Unit 2

  • Giving simple descriptions of animals using oracy

  • Making statements about colour

  • Expressing likes and dislikes

Retratos ( Portraits) Unit 4

  • Making statements about appearance and labelling body parts

  • Giving a description of a person

Nuestro colegio (Our school) Unit 19

  • Orally making statements about the school environment and every day school routines

  • Reading and writing statements about subjects and activities

  • Telling the time using half-hours and o’clock.




Crear una cafeteria (Creating a Café) Unit 21

  • Ordering drinks and snacks

  • Expressing opinions on food and drink

  • Quantities of food and drink and transactional language for a café

Spanish day / food sale



PSHE

PSHE

PSHE

Staying safe online


Life caravan/staying safe

Getting along and falling out – Say NO to bullying

Rights and responsibilities

Respecting diversity

Moving on





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