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Autumn Term 2 learning

Cycle B Autumn Term 2

English

Novel Study

Holes

Reading, writing and grammar skills will be taught through this novel study. At the end of the unit, children will write their own narrative based on the novel. 

Mathematics

Year 6

Calculation Problems

In this unit, pupils start by considering the effect of the order operations are completed in and learn of the conventions that disambiguate abstract calculations, including the use of brackets. Formal algebra is introduced for the first time, although much of the emphasis is on non-abstract representations and the contexts in which it is applied.

 

Fractions

Pupils deepen their understanding of fractions, building on their knowledge of different representations to focus more on the numerical patterns and relationships that are the foundation for efficient comparison and calculation strategies.

Mathematics

Year 5

Multiplication and Division

In this unit, pupils explore factors, multiples, square numbers, prime numbers and composite numbers. Pupils use multiplication facts up to 12 x 12 to derive other multiplication facts and the corresponding division facts. They explore a range of calculation strategies to multiply and divide with increasingly large numbers, including the formal written layout. Through a range of problem solving contexts, pupils explore how to represent problems using models and develop flexibility when selecting strategies.

 

Perimeter and Area

Pupils will build on their understanding of finding the area of shapes by counting squares. Pupils will measure and calculate the perimeter and area of composite rectilinear shapes using a range of units of measure. They will investigate the relationships between area and perimeter and start to consider the complications in finding the area of non-rectilinear shapes and therefore the importance of estimating these.

Science

Living Things and their Habitats

In this unit, pupils will learn how living things are classified into broad groups according to common observable characteristics and based on similarities and differences, including micro-organisms, plants and animals.

Geography

North America

In this Unit, pupils will be exploring the human and physical features in the USA. They will be able to locate key places on a map using compass points and grid references. 

History  
P.E.

Dance - Interpretive Dance

Children will explore movement to music and create their own interpretive dance piece to perform. 

 

Athletics

Children will learn a range of athletic events across this unit. 

Art

Font Styles

In this unit, pupils will be creating different types of font for different purposes. They will also be researching and exploring the art of graffiti. 

Music

Classroom Jazz

In this unit, children will be listening to and performing a range of jazz music. They will also be working on improvising and composing music using glockenspiels. 

Design and Technology  
PSHCE

Celebrating Differences

Children will be exploring the diversity of our world, learning about differences and celebrating them equally. 

R.E.

Christianity 

How Significant was it that Mary was Jesus' Mother?

Languages

Bon Appetite

The children will be learning about food and drink. 

Computing

 

Online Safety

Digital Footprint

Children will learn about their online footprint and how to make safe choices online. 

 

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