English

Reading

  • Secure decoding of unfamiliar words
  • Read for a range of purposes
  • Retell some stories orally
  • Discuss words & phrases that capture the imagination
  • Identify themes & conventions
  • Retrieve & record information
  • Make inferences & justify predictions
  • Recognise a variety of forms of poetry
  • Identify & summarise ideas

English Writing

  • Correctly spell common homophones
  • Increase regularity of handwriting
  • Plan writing based on familiar forms
  • Organise writing into paragraphs
  • Use simple organisational devices
  • Proof-read for spelling & punctuation errors
  • Evaluate own and others’ writing
  • Read own writing aloud

Grammar

  • Use wider range of conjunctions
  • Use perfect tense appropriately
  • Select pronouns and nouns for clarity
  • Use & punctuate direct speech
  • Use commas after front adverbials Speaking & Listening
  • Articulate & justify opinions
  • Speak audibly in Standard English
  • Gain, maintain & monitor interest of listeners

Art & Design (LKS2)

  • Use sketchbooks to collect, record and evaluate ideas
  • Improve mastery of techniques such as drawing, painting and sculpture with varied materials
  • Learn about great artists, architects & designers

Computing (LKS2)

  • Design & write programs to achieve specific goals, including solving problems
  • Use logical reasoning
  • Understand computer networks
  • Use internet safely and appropriately
  • Collect and present data appropriately

Design & Technology (LKS2)

  • Use research & criteria to develop products which are fit for purpose
  • Use annotated sketches and prototypes to explain ideas
  • Evaluate existing products and improve own work
  • Use mechanical systems in own work
  • Understand seasonality; prepare & cook mainly savoury dishes

Geography (LKS2)

  • Locate world’s countries, focussing on Europe & Americas focus on key physical & human features
  • Study a region of the UK (not local area)
  • Use 8 points of compass, symbols & keys
  • Describe & understand climate, rivers, mountains, volcanoes, earthquakes, water cycle, settlements, trade links, etc.
  • Use fieldwork to observe, measure & record

Mathematics

Number/Calculation

  • Know all tables to 12 x 12
  • Secure place value to 1000
  • Use negative whole numbers
  • Round numbers to nearest 10, 100 or 1000
  • Use Roman numerals to 100 (C)
  • Column addition & subtraction up to 4 digits
  • Multiply & divide mentally
  • Use standard short multiplication
  • Geometry & Measures Compare 2-d shapes, including quadrilaterals & triangles
  • Find area by counting squares
  • Calculate rectangle perimeters
  • Estimate & calculate measures
  • Identify acute, obtuse & right angles
  • Identify symmetry
  • Use first quadrant coordinates
  • Introduce simple translations Data
  • Use bar charts, pictograms & line graphs
  • Fractions & decimals
  • Recognise tenths & hundredths
  • Identify equivalent fractions
  • Add & subtract fractions with common denominators
  • Recognise common equivalents
  • Round decimals to whole numbers
  • Solve money problems

Modern Languages (LKS2)

  • Listen & engage
  • Ask & answer questions
  • Speak in sentences using familiar vocabulary
  • Develop appropriate pronunciation
  • Show understanding of words & phrases
  • Appreciate stories, songs, poems & rhymes
  • Broaden vocabulary

Music (LKS2)

  • Use voice & instruments with increasing accuracy, control and expression
  • Improvise & compose music
  • Listen with attention to detail
  • Appreciate wide range of live & recorded music
  • Begin to develop understanding of history

Science Biology

  • Classify living things
  • Digestive system & teeth
  • Food chains Chemistry
  • Changes of state
  • The water cycle

Physics

  • Sound as vibrations
  • Electricity: simple circuits & conductors

History British History (taught chronologically)

  • Roman Empire & impact on Britain:
    • Julius Caesar’s attempted invasion
    • Roman Empire & successful invasion
    • British resistance, e.g. Boudicca
  • Romanisation of Britain Broader History Study
  • Earliest ancient civilisations, i.e.
    • Ancient Sumer
    • Indus Valley
    • Ancient Egypt
    • or Shang Dynasty of Ancient China

Physical Education (LKS2)

  • Use running, jumping, catching and throwing in isolation and in combination
  • Play competitive games, modified as appropriate
  • Develop flexibility & control in gym, dance & athletics
  • Compare performances to achieve personal bests

Swimming proficiency at 25m (KS1 or KS2)

Religious Education Continue to follow locally- agreed syllabus for RE