Grade V –Science –The highlighted topics are completed. Gases and properties and change of materials will be stared from April.
Earth and Space
 Earth, sun and moon are spheres – relative
 Differences between solid, liquid and gas
 What is gas? Where does it come from?
 Orbit and rotation of Earth
 Air has weight and is all around us
 Seasons
 Solid materials contain air
 Sunrise and sunset
 Gas is formed when liquid evaporates
 Phases of the moon
 Useful gases
 Other planets in solar system
 Properties of gases: do not keep
 shape/volume, flow easily
Life cycles-plants
Parts of a Plant and their functions.
Root, stem and leaves
 Photosynthesis-scientific enquiry
 Parts of a flower
 Pollination
 Seed Formation
 seed dispersal
 seed dispersal
 seed germination-scientific enquiry
Properties and Changes of materials
 Reversible and Irreversible changes
 Evaporation, Condensation, melting, freezing, burning
 Water cycle
 Components of a solution
 Separation of solute from a solution
 Factors affecting the rate of dissolution-scientific enquiry
Grade VI–Science –The highlighted topics are completed. Light-Seeing things and changing Circuits will be stared from April.
Changes of Materials
 Reversible and Irreversible changes
 Evaporation, Condensation, melting,
freezing, burning
 Water cycle
Light –Seeing things
 Light travels from a source
 Light from a source enters our
 Components of a solution
 Mirrors reflect light
 Separation of solute from a solution
 Beams change direction when
 Factors affecting the rate of
dissolution-scientific enquiry
 What are microbes
reflected from surfaces
 Shiny surfaces reflect better
 Microbes cause decay
 Microbes are used in food production
 Identify and name the main parts of the
human circulatory system
 describe the functions of the heart,
blood vessels and blood
 Recognise the impacts of diet, exercise,
drugs and life style on the way their
body functions.
 Shadows and reflections are
 Edward Jenner
 Microbes cause illness
Animals including humans
Changing Circuits
 Complete circuit needed to make
bulb or motor
 Bulb brightness, wires or motor
speed can be changed in a circuit
and affect output
 Conductors and insulators
 Symbols for electrical
Food Chains:
Interdependence or
 Green plants need light to grow well
and make food
 New plant material is made using
CO2, H2O and
 Fertilizers can add nutrients to soil
 Use keys to identify animals and
 Plants and animals are
 Draw circuit diagrams with
Food chains represent feeding
relationships in a
 Different plants need different soils
 Construct food chains or different
Grade VII–Science –The highlighted topics are completed. Eating, drinking and breathing (cont.) will started from April
 Cells as the fundamental unit of living
organisms including how to observe,
interpret and record cell structure using
light microscope
 The definition and historical aspects of
Eating drinking and breathing(cont.)
 Enzyme- a brief introduction
 Role of bacteria in digestion
 Organs of the respiratory system.
 Measuring vital capacity – scientific enquiry
 Gas exchange during breathing
 The impact of exercise, asthma and smoking on the human gas exchange
 The functions of cell wall, cell membrane,
cytoplasm, nucleus, Vacuole, mitochondria
and chloroplast
 The similarities and differences between
plant and animal cells
 The levels of organization-from cell to
organism through tissues, organs and
organ systems
Mixing dissolving and separating
Mixtures, including dissolving
Simple techniques of separating mixtures:
Elements, compound and Reactions
 Specialized cells
 Finding elements and building the periodic table
 The role of diffusion in the movement of
 The periodic table: periods and groups, metals and non-metals
materials in and between the cells.
 The structural adaptations of some
unicellular organisms-
 Understanding elements and atoms
 The properties of metals, non-metals and metalloids
Bacteria(prokaryotes),Paramecium and
Euglena(unicellular eukaryote)
Eating drinking and breathing
 Diet and nutrition
 Food groups and respective functions
 Testing of the food- Working scientifically
 Digestion- the role of each part of the
digestive system

Annual plan updated - Grades 5, 6 and 7