# Class 5

```Langdale Free School – Curriculum Overview for Class 5
English
Art &amp; Design
Writing
 Discuss and record ideas for
 Secure decoding of unfamiliar
planning, eg. story map.
words.
 Organise writing into
 Reads for a range of purposes.
paragraphs.
 Can discuss words and phrases
that capture the imagination.
 Evaluate own and others writing.  Makes inferences and can justify
 Read own writing aloud with
predictions.
intonation.
 Can identify and summarise
Speaking and Listening
ideas.
 Articulates and justifies opinions.
 Speaks audibly
 Can gain, maintain and monitor
interest of the listener.
Grammar
 Creates complex sentences with
 Beginning to use
commas to mark
clauses in complex
sentences.
 Uses and punctuates
direct speech.
 Identifies and selects
effective pronoun.
Science
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Classify living things
Digestive system and teeth
Food chains
Chemistry
 Changes in state
 The water cycle
Physics
 Sound as vibrations
 Electricity: simple circuits and conductors
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Data
 Use bar charts, pictograms &amp;
line graphs
Fractions and Decimals
 Recognise tenths and
hundredths
 Identify equivalent fractions
 Add &amp; subtract fractions with
common denominators
 Solve money
problems.
History
Biology
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Know how artists, architects and designers
(including local) use forms, materials and
processes.
Choose appropriate materials and techniques.
Explain their own work in terms of what they
have done and why.
Be able to talk about works of art, giving reasons
and opinions.
Design &amp; Technology
Mathematics
Geometry and Measures
Number/Calculation
 Compare 2D shapes , including
 Know all tables to 12 x 12
 Secure place value to 1000
 Find area by counting squares
 Use negative whole numbers
 Calculate rectangle perimeters
 Round numbers to the nearest  Estimate and calculate
10, 100 or 1000
measures
 Use Roman numerals to 100 (C)  Identify acute, obtuse and right
angles
 Column + and – up to four digits
 Identify symmetry
 Multiply and divide mentally
 Use standard short
multiplication.
 Introduce simple translations.
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Know about the main events, dates and
characteristics of the past societies they have
covered.
Know about the lives of people in those periods.
Be able to give some reasons for particular
events and changes.
Use their knowledge and
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Know that the way in which products in everyday
use are designed and made affects their
usefulness.
Be able to design and make products
to meet specific needs.
Be able to make usable plans.
Be able to use simple tools and
equipment with some accuracy.
Identify and implement improvements to their
designs.
Modern
Languages
Spanish and French
 Listen and engage.
 Speak in sentences using familiar vocabulary.
 Develop appropriate pronunciation.
 Show understanding of words and phrases.
 Appreciate stories, songs, poems and rhymes.
Physical
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Education
Use running,
Jumping, catching
and throwing in insolation and in combination.
Play collective games, modified as appropriate.
Develop flexibility and control in gym, dance and
athletics.
Compare performances to achieve personal
bests.
Computing
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Design &amp; write programs to achieve specific
goals, including solving problems.
Use logical reasoning.
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Understand computer networks.
Use internet safely and appropriately.
Collect and present data appropriately.
Geography
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Locate the
world’s countries
focussing on
Europe &amp; America’s.
Study a region of the UK.
Understand how places have been affected by
human and physical features.
Be able to use geographical terms.
Use 8 points on a compass, symbols and keys.
Use fieldwork to observe, measure and
record.
Music
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Use voice and
increasing
and expression.
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Improvise and compose music.
Appreciate wide range of live and recorded
music.
Begin to develop understanding of history.
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instruments with
accuracy, control
RE, PSHCE and
British Values
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To research topical issues &amp; talk/write about them.
To realise the consequences of antisocial/aggressive
behaviour.
That differences/similarities between people arise from
different factors (SEAL materials).
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To recognise and challenge stereotypes.
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That their actions affect others – to explore the meaning of
‘empathy’.
Our RE curriculum provides a broad and balanced education on range of
faiths, religions and cultures.
www.primarycurriculum.me.uk
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