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Maths
English
Who were the Romans?
Multiplication/
What does a
Division
front cover
look like?
Design front
cover of
book.
Information
text.
SPAG – s or
es?
Role play –
fort.
What did the Romans wear?
Multiplication/
Descriptive
Division
language.
Character
descriptions
of different
people –
child.
Exploring
clothing.
SPAG – un
prefix.
What did they look like?
Language
comparison.
Comparing
various
character
descriptions.
SPAG – est
and er.
What was the army like?
Science
ICT
Geography
History
Music
Art/DT
MFL
PSHE
RE
PE
Information
technology,
communication
and networking
(can we always
belief what we
read on
internet?)
Reading a
map.
How did
Romans
come to
England?
Using historical
vocabulary
(timeline).
Who were the
Romans?
Where do they
fit in
comparison to
us?
What were Roman
songs and chants
like? What are folk
songs?
Is curious
about
different
materials;
tries things
out.
Creating role
play & Roman
soldier.
Homes,
shops.
Getting
on and
falling
out.
Prayer
and
Islam.
Dodgeball
(3)
Dance (4)
Gym (5)
Words to
describe that
relate to the
past.
What did the
Romans wear?
What are the
characteristics of a
folk song? How
and when were
chants used?
Using
different
materials.
Using
charcoal to
sketch
Roman’s
(describing
for partner to
draw).
Homes,
shops.
Getting
on and
falling
out.
Prayer
and
Islam.
Dodgeball
(3)
Dance (4)
Gym (5)
Words to
describe that
relate to the
past.
What did they
look like?
Instruments to
accompany songs
and
chants….finding
the beat and
creating rhythms.
Is aware of
variations
produced by
changing
tools or
technique
[e.g. makes
thin and thick
lines and
marks, light
and dark
tones].
Designing
Roman
jewellery.
Homes,
shops.
Getting
on and
falling
out.
Prayer
and
Islam.
Dodgeball
(3)
Dance (4)
Gym (5)
Rocks & Soils.
Archaeological
dig.
Information
technology,
communication
and networking
(can we always
belief what we
read on
internet?)
Describing
rocks’
properties,
sorting and
classifying.
Information
technology,
communication
and networking
(can we always
belief what we
read on
internet?)
Naming
towns &
cities.
In our
locality.
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Using
persuasive &
interesting
language.
Considering
character
description &
job
application
for Roman
soldier.
What was the army like?
Speaking and
listening.
Interviews for
jobs.
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What was the army like?
Diary writing
– A day in the
life of a
Roman
soldier.
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What were the houses like?
Develops
positive
attitudes
towards, and
stamina for,
writing, by
writing for
Group rocks
together based
on their
characteristics
& physical
appearance.
Information
technology,
communication
and networking
(can we always
belief what we
read on
internet?)
Use sources,
including parts
of stories, to
provide simple
answers to
questions.
Mr. Benn book
to explore
soldiers.
Exploring the
relationship
between drums
and the
military…how do
drums create
tension and
atmosphere?
Exploring
their ideas.
Designing
soldier shield.
Homes,
shops.
Getting
on and
falling
out.
Prayer
and
Islam.
Dodgeball
(3)
Dance (4)
Gym (5)
Describe and
explore fossils.
Information
technology,
communication
and networking
(can we always
belief what we
read on
internet?)
Explore some
of the ways in
which we find
out about the
past [e.g.
stories,
artefacts,
photos,
pictures and
archaeology].
How do we notate
our drums
patterns? Looking
at ancient music
notation….creating
our own patterns
and notating our
own compositions.
Uses a range
of materials
creatively.
Making their
shields.
Homes,
shops.
Getting
on and
falling
out.
Prayer
and
Islam.
Dodgeball
(3)
Dance (4)
Gym (5)
Describe how
fossils are
formed.
Information
technology,
communication
and networking
(can we always
belief what we
read on
internet?)
Identify
similarities and
differences
between ways
of life in
different
periods they
have studied.
Compare
Roman army
with our army.
Exploring fanfares
and triumphant/
victory
music….how have
we created
atmosphere/
painted a picture
with our own
music?
Make links
between the
art they learn
about and
their own.
Evaluating.
Homes,
shops.
Getting
on and
falling
out.
Prayer
and
Islam.
Dodgeball
(3)
Dance (4)
Gym (5)
Forces.
Planning for
building
aqueducts and
buildings.
Presentation of
work.
Researching
houses.
(Taught with
art).
What did Roman
music sound like?
What instruments
did the Romans
invent?
Using
different
materials to
make their
houses.
(Taught with
history).
Getting
on and
falling
out.
Easter –
is it true
Jesus
came
back to
life?
Coordination
(3)
Games –
striking &
fielding (4)
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different
purposes.
Selling
Roman House
SPAG –
commas in a
list.
What were the houses like?
Rereading
and editing in
preparation
for typing.
Typing up
estate agent
details.
Where did they go shopping?
Advertising
their market
stall – price
list & leaflets.
What did the Romans do for fun?
Listening to
stories,
discussion,
writing down
ideas.
Story writing.
What did the Romans do for fun?
Combining
sentences to
write a
narrative.
Story writing.
Tag Rugby
(5)
Forces.
Planning for
building
aqueducts and
buildings.
Presentation of
work.
Researching
houses.
(Taught with
art).
Using
different tools
to show
different
effects.
Make houses.
(Taught with
history).
Getting
on and
falling
out.
Easter –
is it true
Jesus
came
back to
life?
Coordination
(3)
Games –
striking &
fielding (4)
Tag Rugby
(5)
Soil & plant
growth.
Presentation of
work.
Researching
shops –
comparisons,
bartering.
(Taught with
art).
Street music……
busking
/drum
accompaniments
with chant and
dance
Making shops
to add to
their Roman
village.
(Taught with
history).
Getting
on and
falling
out.
Easter –
is it true
Jesus
came
back to
life?
Coordination
(3)
Games –
striking &
fielding (4)
Tag Rugby
(5)
Plants.
Presentation of
work.
Roleplay
entertainment
in
amphitheatre.
Rotate with
creating their
own – labels
(mini scenes).
Music as
entertainment …..
performance
skills…..voice
projection
Painting
scenes for
amphitheatre.
Getting
on and
falling
out.
Easter –
is it true
Jesus
came
back to
life?
Coordination
(3)
Games –
striking &
fielding (4)
Tag Rugby
(5)
Plants.
Presentation of
work.
Roleplay
entertainment
in
amphitheatre.
Rotate with
creating their
own – labels
(mini scenes).
Evaluating our
performances
…..theatre
reviews.
Painting
scenes for
amphitheatre
Getting
on and
falling
out.
Easter –
is it true
Jesus
came
back to
life?
Coordination
(3)
Games –
striking &
fielding (4)
Tag Rugby
(5)