Year 5 Curriculum Overview

Year 5 Curriculum Plan 2017- 2018

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Theme Title
Rainforests and mountains Mystical Mayans Woeful WW2 Volcanoes in Iceland Smashing Anglo-Saxons Britain’s National Parks
Maths
Number & Place Value; + and –

Solve multi-step + and – problems

Roman Numerals

Negative numbers

Statistics: graphs and timetables.

Multiply and divide by 10, 100, 1000

Area and perimeter

Multiplication: 4-digit number x 1- or 2-digit number

Formal short division: 4- digit numbers divide by 1- digit numbers.

Word problems with mixtures of all 4 operations.

Fractions: ordering, equivalent, mixed numbers, decimal conversions, x and

Solving problems involving fractions decimals, x and Numbers, decimals and percentages x & ÷ whole numbers and decimals x10, 100, x1000.

Solve problems involving mass, money, length, volume and volume using decimal notation.

Geometry: 3D shapes and angles

Geometry: Position & Direction;

Measurement: converting units

Volume: solving problems involving all four operations

Cross Curricular Maths
Heights of mountains, ages of mountains

Dates of events, ages of explorers

Mayan Counting System

Weighing

Science data – sun rise/ sun set

Orbit-times, distances

Gas Mask Boxes – shape (nets), 3D Shapes, money, dates

Graphs in Science re forces (e.g. force required to lift a weight)

Data handling

Maps

Dates

Population, money

dates

Graphs in Science re material changes over time

Directions – compass points. area, distance

 

English
Key text(s)
‘The Great Kapok Tree’ by Lynne Cherry Mayan folktales ‘Once’ by Morris Gleitzman ‘Once’ by Morris Gleitzman ‘Beowolf’ by Michael Morpurgo ‘Falling Angels’ by Colin Thompson
Poem
Leopard poem Firework poems (various)
Spoken Word
Debate – fireworks Performing poetry Role play

Conscience alley

Present findings from volcanoes enquiry Hot seating

Verbal instructions

Cooking show video
Reading opportunities
Picture book (key text)

Non-fiction: mountain research

Interpreting meaning behind folktales Diary entries

Propaganda

Retrieve information from non-fiction books Reading myths – inference and deduction Reading recipes and following instructions
Writing opportunities
Persuasive writing

Letters

Poetry

Character profiles

Setting description

Retelling the story

Write their own Mayan myth

Play script

Report

Diary writing

Poetry

Posters

Letters

Non-chronological report

Argument

Prediction

Report

Story boarding

Character descriptions

Instruction writing

Fact files

Poetry

Writing recipes

Science
Do all animals and plants start life as an egg?

(Life cycles)

 

Will we ever send another human to the moon?

(Earth & Space)

Can you feel the force?

(Forces)

How different will you be when you are as old as your grandparents?

(Types of change inc. puberty)

Could you be the next CSI investigator?

(Materials)

Could you be the next CSI investigator?

(Separating mixtures)

ICT/ Computing
Intro to network/Google Apps/Google Classroom/E-Safety/iPads Control & Coding (Logo) Control & Coding (Espresso) Publisher/Pages Animation Control & Coding Scratch
E-Safety
Thinkuknow.co.uk Thinkuknow.co.uk Internet safety Week Thinkuknow.co.uk Thinkuknow.co.uk Thinkuknow.co.uk
Cross Curricular ICT/ Computing
Poster on a mountain range Book Creator – publish final version of Mayan myth iMovie about WW2 Google earth/maps looking at spread of volcanoes across the World Research PowerPoint for presentation Aurasma – national park poster?
RE
What is a Christian?

Why do some people believe God exists?

What would Jesus do? If God is everywhere, why go to a place of worship? If God is etc verywhere, why go to a place of worship? What does it mean to be a Muslim in Britain today? What does it mean to be a Muslim in Britain today?
History
 

 

Gunpowder Plot and the Maya WW2 Anglo-Saxons
Geography
Why are mountains so important? How do volcanoes affect the lives of people on Hiemaey? Who are Britain’s National Parks for?
Cross Curricular writing opp.
Fact files about fold mountains Newspaper article about Mallory and Irvine Mayan Fact sheets

Bonfire – debate scripts

Aliens – debates

Diary entry – evacuee

Bread instructions

Persuasive leaflet –

Trip to Iceland

Recount about trip to the mosque Explanation text
Music
Music Express – Our community Music Express – Solar system Music Express – At the movies Music Express – Keeping healthy Music Express – Celebration Music Express – Life cycles
Art
Rainforest art in style of Henri Rousseau Papier mache of a region with volcanoes (e.g Japan, Iceland, Hawaii)

Also, painting and drawing volcanoes.

Anglo-Saxon art- jewellery – clay Take One Picture

or

Painting and computer art

DT
Mechanical toys Make do and mend

Bread

Construction – Building bird boxes – to link with woodland trip
PE
Games – striking and fielding/net

Dance (rainforest themed)

Games – invasion

 

Gymnastics (balancing – bridge shapes)

Games – invasion

Dance from 1940’s

Games – invasion

Gymnastics (holes and barriers)

Games – Striking and fielding/net

Athletics

Games – Striking and fielding/net

Athletics

French
En classe à l’école Quel temps fait-il?

Où habites-tu?

En ville Qu’est-ce que tu aimes?

Bon appétit

Les Vêtements Les passe-temps
PSHE/ Values
Responsibility

Respect

Determination

Thankfulness

Perseverance

Trust

Forgiveness

Hope

Creativity Thoughtfulness

Peace

Global Links/

Eco
Deforestation Tolerance and understanding Healthy living – planting and growing own food Recycled materials Global warming

Deforestation

Learning outside the classroom
Tree and plant classification – diversity on school grounds Mexican food In role of an evacuee Planting seeds Stage battle outside Walk to nearby woods

Weaving in the woods

Pond dipping

Visits or Visitors
Rainforest Dave Carol singing Hartlebury Mosque and cathedral

Also, Anglo-Saxon workshop with Alex Knight

The Big Sing

English, Maths, Computing have been extended to show opportunities for cross-curricular opportunities.

Hist/ Geog topics follow Challenge Curriculum (Focus). Check you have done the right amount. Coordinators – overlap.

Science – units from Science Bug (Pearson/ Steve)

Visits/ Visitors – remember the cost to parents over the course of the year. Give enough notice.