ENGLISH

Character and Voice, Poetry, Art Inspired Creative Writing, Romeo and Juliet, Childhood Experiences, Animal Farm, The Natural World, Harry Potter and the Philosophers’ Stone

 

MATHEMATICS

AUTUMN

Place value & numbers, Negative Numbers, Sequences & Angles, Units of measurements, Perimeter & Area, Introducing Algebraic symbols & Expressions, Writing & Using Formulae, Fractions and percentages, Properties of shapes, Graphs

SPRING

Number operations – written methods, Graphs and Charts, Averages, Compare data, Reflection & Rotation, Symmetry & Translations, Linear equations – simple, Factors and multiples, Prime factorisation

SUMMER

Constructions, Sequences, Decimal Calculations, Ratio & Proportion, Properties of shapes, Algebra, Number Geometry and Data handling practice for End of Year Test

 

SCIENCE

Biology-Cells and Body Systems. Movement of substances and levels of organisation, Reproduction , Adolescence, menstrual cycle and key development of a foetus

Chemistry – States of Matter, Particle Theory Atoms chemicals and mixtures. Different types of chemical reactions including practical skills.

Physics- Different types of forces. Balanced and unbalanced forces. Sound and its features and energy transfer, Space and the Solar system

Enquiry processes on practical skills involving Planning , Observing , recording results , Conclusion and evaluation

 

FRENCH

Talking about likes and dislikes. Describing yourself. Understanding adjective agreement (singular), Talking about school subjects. Giving opinions and reasons. Agreeing and disagreeing. Regular –ER verbs present tense

Saying what you like doing. Describing what other people do

Talking about your holidays/getting ready to go out/holiday plans. Buying drinks and snacks.  Saying what you would like to do

Talking about animals. Writing a poem. Describing a painting

 

GEOGRAPHY

AUTUMN

Where I live, Weather and Climate

SPRING

India, Extreme Environments

SUMMER

Rivers and Flooding, Tourism. History: Black Death and Its Impact, Local History Project

 

HISTORY

What is History? What are the key skills I need to be a historian? The Norman Conquest, Medieval Life

The Crusades, Medieval Monarchs

Local History research project

 

RE

AUTUMN

Bridging Unit, Christianity

SPRING

Hinduism, Judaism

SUMMER

Citizenship, Major Religious Festivals

 

ART

Baseline Skills

Drawing – Mapping Out, Composition, Scale, Proportion, Tone, texture, Shadows & Highlights, Mark Making (Morandi)

Painting – Colour Theory, Colour Mixing, Primary/Secondary Colours, Complimentary Colours, Warm & Cool Colours, Action Painting (Kandinsky & Van Gough

3D Letters – Construction & Paper Mache

Fantasy Creatures (Jeff Koons), Collage, Clay Creatures, Thumb Pot Modelling, Score & Clip, Technique, Painting Relief

Hundertwasser Project – Perspective – 1 & 2 Point Drawings, Mixed Media, Oil Pastel, landscape mono-printing, cardboard relief pictures based on Hundertwasser.

 

DRAMA

Naturalism/Non-naturalism, stages, mime, characterisation, vocal and physical skills, roles of theatre makers, conventions of pantomime as a style, structure of a script and stage directions, over exaggerated characterisation,

 

PE

 

Athletics, Badminton, Basketball, Cricket, Football, Handball, HRF, Netball, Rugby, Rounder’s.

The importance of warming up and health benefits

Ability to co-ordinate and control skills and actions.

Being able to apply precision, control and fluency

 

TECHNOLOGY

 

POLYMERS

Key Ring

Uplight

Timbers

Block Bot

Graphics

Drawing Skills

Modelling

Design Tasks