Half termly Topic

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Understanding English,
Communication and language
Narrative:
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Stories set in the imaginary world (unit 2) – Spiderwick Chronicles
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Plays (unit 5) – Life during WWII
Non Fiction
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Explanation texts (unit 3) – Children in WWII by Kenna Bourke
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Recounts (newspapers) (unit 1) – The Blitzed Brits by Horrible
Histories
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Recounts (diary writing) - Children in WWII by Kenna Bourne
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Recounts (letter writing) – Children in WWI by Kenna Bourne
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Persuasive writing ( unit 4) – Creating persuasive adverts about
WWII (Family Life in WWII by Nigel Smith)
Spelling - Homophones, using the apostrophe, prefixes and suffixes
Grammar – fronted adverbials, conjunctions, direct speech, using pronouns
including possessive pronouns, determiners, present perfect verbs
Comprehension – Skimming, Scanning, Inference, Language for effect.
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Understanding the Arts
Drawing skills/still life – Alexandra Palace,
Hornsey High street (buildings/architecture),
Creative Blitz scenes using objects
Studying artists of 1940s/50s and Abstract
impressionist drawing, charcoal and painting
Religious Education
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Sikhism
Jospeh’s Dream
Science & technological
Understanding:
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Keeping warm
Food chains
Circuits and conductors
Understanding Physical Development & Health & Well
Being
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Mathematical Understanding
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Historical, Geographical & Social
Understanding.
History
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How life and the local area has changed since
WW11.
Geography:
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Social:
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What countries were involved in WW11?
How did WW11 affect countries?
How did WW11 affect our local area?
What were the causes and consequences of
WW11?
How did life change due to WW11?
How did WW11 shape the nation?
Chronology of WW11
Summer 2015
Life during and
after WWII
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WOW FACTOR!
Draw creative Blitz scenes using
objects to express the changes and
consequences of war.
Trips: Imperial War Museum, Science
Museum, Kenwood House and Highgate wood.
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Tenths and hundredths of numbers and equivalent decimals to
fractions and rounding decimals to the nearest whole number
Factors, multiples and square numbers
Multiplication and division facts
Multiplying and dividing by 10 and 100
Problems of all calculations of money, time and measure
Roman numerals to 100
Problems of fractions, decimals and percentages
Converting between units of measurement
Identify acute and obtuse angles
Coordinates of 2d shapes, symmetry and translation
Problems of charts, graphs and scales
ICT
Espresso – programming
Use search engines to create a presentation about post war
Britain
Use software to collect, create and present data
Internet safety.
Key Outcomes:
 Know how particular localities in UK and around the world
have been affected by WWII.
 Know how the lives of people in particular localities
have been affected and changed by WWII.
 Be able to use maps to locate countries around the world
involved in WWII
 Be able to use secondary sources to obtain
Geographical and historical information.
 Be able to ask and answer geographical and historical
questions
 Conduct simple scientific observations and experiments
 Know about the main events, dates and characteristics of
the past events in WWII.
 Be able to gather information from primary & secondary
sources.
 Be able to use different materials and techniques
creatively in art.
 To explain how WWII changed lives and communities and
the effect on our society today
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Understand that people’s health and safety can be
affected by a variety of factors.
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Know about some of the similarities and differences
between the geographical and historical features of
different localities (aboard & UK) and how these
features affect the lives of people.
Athletics and ball games
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