|Term 1||Developing a story from an idea
Developing a setting in story
Letter writing – formal and informal
Using the passive tense
Using the correct layout for a newspaper report
|Term 2||The structure of a story
Keeping a diary
Making the subject and verb agree
|Term 3||Writing a biography
Looking at the difference between written language and spoken language
Using a known story to write a new one
Knowing when to use formal or informal language
|Term 1||Place value and written addition
Decimals and written addition
Shape and angles
Multiplication, division and fractions
Number and written multiplication
Fractions and division
Place value, decimals and subtraction
Measures including time
3D shape and fractions
Written multiplication, mixed calculations and word problems
|Term 2||Number, place value and negative numbers
Mental addition and subtraction, order of operations
Place value, decimals and addition of decimals
Co-ordinates, statistics and measures
Mental multiplication and division
Fractions, percentages and statistics
Multiplication and division of fractions and written division
Area, perimeter and volume
Shape, ratio and percentages
Written multiplication and division
|Term 3||During term three, Year 6 will take their end of Key stage 2 national curriculum tests.|
|Term 1||Animals including humans
|Term 2||Properties and changes to materials
States of matter
|Term 3||Light Describe how things are classified into broad groups according to common observable characteristics and based on similarities and differences, including micro – organisms, plants and animals.
Give reasons for classifying plants and animals based on specific characteristics.
Animals including humans – identify and name the main parts of the human circulatory system, and describe the functions of the heart, blood vessels and blood.
Recognise the impact of diet, exercise, drugs and lifestyle on the way their bodies function
Describe the ways in which nutrients and water are transported within animals, including humans.
|Term 1||Human and physical features of Egypt; The River Nile; Tourism|
|Term 2||Using maps; human and physical features of Mexico and Central America|
|Term 3||Cities and transport in Victorian times; using maps|
|Term 1||Ancient Egypt|
|Term 2||Ancient Maya Civilisation|
|Term 3||The Victorians|
|Term 1||Egyptian hieroglyphic amulets; drawing artefacts.|
|Term 2||Scultpure; Maya art; carvings|
|Term 3||Artists of the Victorian period; printing|
Design and Technology
|Term 1||Clay water carriers; Egyptian food; model tombs and pyramids|
|Term 2||Food of Mexico; evaluating and making instruments|
|Term 3||Victorian homecraft; model buildings.|
|Term 1||Invasion Games
I can select the appropriate skills and tactics to beat an opponent in a 5v5 game.
I can apply attacking and defensive skills in a range of sports and use them to outwit an opponent.
I can work effectively in a team, knowing team members strengths and weaknesses in order to carry out tasks successfully.
I can play in a number of different positions, knowing which skills and tactics to use in each.
I can create a game including the workspace, scoring system and play rules and lead a large group of people to play it.
I can use my knowledge of map reading and navigation to complete a range of different courses and complete them in the quickest team time to beat other teams.
I can perform a dance with a partner using movement to express and communicate my ideas, feelings and thoughts.
I can create a sequence of 8-10 elements including changes of direction and speed, flight and a contrast of shapes and balances.
I can create a group performance with each member of the group using a different piece of equipment, including changes in formation, speed and elements.
I can interpret a given stimuli to choreograph a dance routine showing fluency and control.
I can create a group sequence using the floor and apparatus so that each member of the group starts and finishes in a different place.
I can take part in a range of fitness activities and select one to develop and lead to a small group of people.
|Term 3||Striking and Fielding Games
I can work with a partner to score as many runs as possible before a fielding player gets the ball back.
I can use a range of attacking and defensive tactics to beat my opponent.
I can demonstrate a good technique when running for speed and distance, throwing for distance, jumping for distance and height and passing a baton in the relay.
I can use good attacking and defensive strategies to outwit the opposition.
I can play a doubles game, showing control and accuracy in my shot selection against an opponent.
I can measure and record my own and others results for throwing, jumping and running and try to improve my personal scores and compete against others.
|Term 1||Autumn 1: Christianity: lifestyles
Autumn 2: Christianity: Festivals and celebrations
|Term 2||Spring 1: Hunduism: worship and communities
Spring 2: Christianity: God
|Term 3||Summer 1: Islam: Worship and communities
Summer 2: Judaism: Worship and communities