*Place Value - exploring number sequence to one million
*Addition and Subtraction - Using whole numbers and decimals, investigating different strategies
*Multiplication - Quick recall of all times tables
*Fractions - adding and subtracting fractions, investigating mixed numbers
*Measures (Time) - analogue and digital clock, calculating time durations
*Measures (Length) - estimation, converting lengths and solving length problems
*Shape - 2D shape sorting, symmetry and tessellation
*Shape - investigating angles
*Handling Data - Decision trees
*Demonstrate understanding that reports are used to provide information.
*Demonstrate understanding that there are at least 3 kinds of reports – chronological (history), non-chronological (science, geography) and comparative.
Grammar and Punctuation
*AR reading books
*Group reading in class
*Independent reading at home and in school
Our topic this term is "Early Man." During this topic we will learn
*How people used to live including roles and responsibilites
*Conditions living things need to survive
*Simple food chains
*Relationships between animals and plants in a habitat
*How people interact for transport and communication
*How sound is formed and travels
*About the reasons for movement of people in the past
Focus : Staying Safe and Healthy. Through this unit we will learn to
*Maintain a balance for physical and emotional health
*Maintain a balance diet
*Make informed and knowledgeable choices
*Seek accurate information when making important decisions
*Respect and value new life
*Understand that change in life is normal
*Understand bullying and how to handle difficult situations
Art and Design, children will
*Collect, examine and select resource materials to design and make a variety of 2D and 3D pieces of art
*Use a range of materials and tools
*Look at and talk about work of artists, designers and craft workers from their own culture and others
*Investigate mark making and use a variety of materials to mark, taking inspiration from people from the past
*Investigate the role of art through the ages
Drama, children will
*Explore creative and imaginative play situations using hot seating, tableau and freeze frames
We aim to provide physical education twice per week, within these sessions we aim to
*Develop control in running, jumping, changing direction and changing speed
*Improve skills of handling, hitting, kicking and passing a ball
*Develop individual skills to partner skills
* Introduce and teach the basic skills of Highland Dance and Basket Ball.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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