Curriculum

Summer 2

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Learning Values: Developing; Perseverance, Confidence, Risk Taking and Independence Being Reflective - Looking back at the year.

S.M.S.C: Can I develop an apprecia on of similarities and differences between myself and other children ? Can I encourage others to do their best?

English
  • I can use different sentence types in wri ng. I can use adjec ves (WOW) to make our writing lively and engaging.
  • I can show correct punctuation . , ? !
  • I can use the connectives – because, and, so & but.
  • I can experience wri ng using different forms – le er wri ng, recount, captions & labels, crea ve story wri ng, poetry, explanations. & instructions
  • I can show accuracy when spelling high frequency words.
  • I can apply igh, i-e, ai, a-e, o-e, ow, ew, u-e when reading.
  • I can spell all the days of the week correctly.
Maths
  • I know the months of the year in order.
  • I can use non-standard units to measure capacity.
  • I can read and write o’clock and half past times. I can draw these times on a clock.
  • I can read and write numbers to 100 in numerals.
Science
Everyday Materials 2
  • I can distinguish between an object and the material from which it is made
  • I can identify and name a variety of everyday materials, including wood, plastic, glass, metal, water and rock
  • I can describe the simple physical properties of a variety of everyday materials
  • I can compare and group together a variety of everyday materials on the basis of their simple physical properties.
  • How is paper made?
  • Can you describe the properties of different materials?
Art
  • Making sculptures/collage
  • Making sculpture through clay modelling.
  • What could you do to improve your sculpture?
Computing

We are Celebrating

  • Children explore different cards e.g. Christmas/Birthday cards. Children create an e-card.
P.E.
  • Ball skills, team games/sports day, skipping.
  • Balancing, sequencing, different forms of travel around the room.
  • Can you link two movements together?
Religious Education

‘The importance of water’ and the role it plays in faith and rituals.

  • Where does water come from? Can you tell someone about the water cycle?
  • What is water used for? What happens when there is no water?
  • What does it feel like to be thirsty?
  • Why do we need water?
  • If you have a pet, how do you make sure it has clean water when it needs it?
  • How can we save water?
Italian
  • Use of opposite descriptive adjectives.
  • Italian food and meals, how to offer, accept and refuse.
  • Physical description of themselves and others.
UNICEF
  • Article 13 You have the right to nd out things and share what you think with others, by talking, drawing, writing or in any other way unless it harms or offends other people.
Music

Exploring pitch and rhythm

  • The Long and the Short of it Duration: long and short sounds
  • Can I use long and short sounds to create interesting sequences of sound?
P.S.H.E
  • Identify, name, draw and label the basic parts of the human body and say which part of the body is associated with each sense.
  • To understand some basic hygiene principles.
  • To introduce the concept of growing and changing.
  • To explore different types of families and who to ask for help.
History

Victorians

  • I can discuss some significant historical events, people and places in my own locality.
  • Which inventions do we still use from Victorian times in life today?
  • Why did Queen Victoria wear black clothes?
Design Technology
  • Making sculptures/collage
  • Making sculpture through clay modelling.
  • What could you do to improve your sculpture?
Geography
No Geography study this half term

Introduction to instruments of orchestra

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Mrs Hayre-Milne

Miss Jones

Miss Hossami

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