Class 10 2017/18

 

 

 

 

 

 

CURRICULUM MAP FOR SUMMER TERM YEAR 5

Maths

●      Geometry (shapes/angles)

●      Position and Movement

●      Measurements (including conversions)

●      Area/Perimeter

●      Volume

English- Each English journey will encompass a focus on an engaging text to enrich our skills in a range of areas (eg. inference, fluency, vocabulary, spelling, punctuation and grammar). The journeys  will also expose us to a range of different text types to inspire our writing  further.

●      Myths

●      Haiku Poems

●      Shipwrecked narratives

●      Debates

●      Newspaper reports

●      Explanatory texts

PSHE-

Survival on a shipwrecked island!- (inspired by ‘Kensuke’s Kingdom’)- We’re going to experience what it could feel like to be stranded on a desert island. We’ll explore why hygiene and relationships are important and how we can prevent spread of diseases. In addition, we will consider perspective of others & decision-making.

DT

By looking at effective bridge designs, we are going to carefully design, construct and evaluate our own earthquake proof bridges. We will be required to justify our choices (eg. materials, joining methods) to ensure the structures are effective.

We will also focus on ‘aspiration’ and explore the different types of jobs involved in these types of industries (eg. engineers, architects, designers).

 

Modern Foreign Languages (MFL)

Spanish: Conversational skills (including questioning, verbs, likes/dislikes in the first person) and identifying different phrases.

We will also explore some phrases of the Japanese language!

 

Summer Term Year 5: What Makes Japan Unique?

Computing

Internet safety, understanding of search technologies, designing and writing coding programmes (using Scratch).

 

PE

Rounders and Athletics

Science

Stages of Human Development

Circulatory System

RE- Following Lincolnshire Agreed Syllabus

Half term 1: Buddhism/Christianity

Half term 2: Sikhism/Christianity

History

Exploring how Japanese historical figures have left legacies.

Using sources to explore significant events in Japanese History

Geography

We are going to explore the physical and human characteristics of Japan. Alongside this, we are going to compare with UK to gain a better understanding of the differences. We will use a study in Japan to explore where energy comes from.

Music

We are going to listen to and critique different ‘taiko drumming’ performances (a type of instrument which is part of the Japanese culture). Furthermore, we are going to compose and perform our own musical drumming pieces to reflect the Japanese culture.

Art

We will be exploring the Japanese artist Katsushika Hokusai. Using different natural and man-made textures, we are going to reflect their style in our own unique compositions.