Curriculum Overview for Year 5 Autumn Term 2015

```Curriculum Overview for Year 5 Autumn Term 2015
Grammar
English
Texts include Kipling’s The Jungle Book,
Just so Stories and Dahl’s Boy
Writing
words
Art &amp; Design
Use modal &amp; passive verbs
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prefixes, silent letters, etc.
of genres &amp; texts
&amp; commas for
parenthesis
others
purpose
Develop character, setting and
atmosphere in narrative
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Leonardo Da Vinci, Picasso
Use sketchbooks to collect, record and evaluate
ideas
Improve mastery of techniques such as drawing,
painting and sculpture with varied materials
Learn about great artists, architects &amp; designers
Speaking &amp; Listening
-structured explanations
Computing
Coding
 Design and write programmes to solve problems
 Use sequences, repetition, inputs, variables and
outputs in programs
 Detect and correct errors in programs
 Understand uses of networks for collaboration
and communication
 Be discerning in evaluating digital content
predictions
viewpoints
features
from non-fiction texts.
register
s
all four operations
Geometry &amp; Measures
different units
shapes and area of rectangles
Data
Fractions, Decimals &amp; Percentages
subtract fractions with
common denominators, with mixed
numbers
multiple
Science
Year 5
Chemistry
Classify materials according to a variety of properties
Understand mixtures and solutions
Know about reversible changes; identify irreversible
Physics
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Use research&amp; criteria to develop products which
are fit for purpose and aimed at specific groups
Use annotated sketches
Analyse &amp; evaluate existing products and improve
own work
Use mechanical and electrical systems in own
products, including programming
Cook savoury dishes for a healthy &amp; varied diet
Modern
numbers
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Textiles – Tudor Pouches
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Mathematics
Number/Calculation
Design &amp; Technology
Understand location and interaction of sun earth and
moon
Introduce gravity, resistance and mechanical forces
History
British History - The Tudors
Through this topic pupils will develop a knowledge and
understanding of British and world history, establishing
narratives across the period of study. They will note
connections, contrasts and trends over time and develop
their use of historical terms. They will address questions
about change, cause, similarity, difference and significance.
Geography
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Name and locate counties, cities, regions and features of
UK
Understand latitude, longitude, Equator, hemispheres,
tropics, polar circles and time zones
Understand biomes vegetation belts, land use, economic
activity and distribution of resources
Study a region of Europe and the Americas
Use 4 figure grid references on OS Maps
Use field work to record and explain ideas
Languages
Music
French
 Listen and engage
 Engage in conversations, expressing opinions
 Speak in simple language and be understood
 Develop appropriate pronunciation
 Present ideas and information orally
 Show understanding in simple reading
 Adapt known language to create new ideas
 Describe people, places and things
 Understand basic grammar
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Physical
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Use running, jumping, throwing and catching in
isolation and in combination
Play competitive games applying basic principles
Develop flexibility and control in the gym, dance
and athletics
Take part in outdoor and Adventurous activities
Compare performances to achieve personal bests
Play and perform in solo and ensemble contexts,
using voices and playing instruments with increasing
accuracy, fluency, control and expression.
Listen with attention to detail and recall sounds with
increasing aural memory.
Improvise and compose music for a range of
purposes
Use and understand staff and other musical
notations
Develop an understanding of the history of music,
including great musicians and composers
Religious
Education
Wild Rivers
Education
Following locally agreed syllabus for RE
Topics include:
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Beginnings
Believing and belonging
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