OneSCIENCE AUTUMN TERM We will be learning about animals including humans. We will learn the importance of keeping healthy and the impact it has on the human body.

We will find out how plants and animals transport water and nutrients and explore the circulatory system and the function of the heart. We will discuss the effects of drugs on the human body. We will record data using scatter graphs, diagrams, bar charts and tables.

We will then move onto learning about electricity. We will learn about how changing the thickness of a wire affects the brightness of a bulb, how changing the number of batteries affects the sound of a buzzer and how changing the number of light bulbs affects the brightness of a lamp. We will take measurements using a range of scientific equipment.

Scientific skill:
-taking measurements, using a range of scientific
equipment, with increasing accuracy and
precision, taking repeat readings when
appropriate.
-reporting and presenting findings from
enquiries, including conclusions, casual
relationships and explanations of degree of trust
in results, in oral and written forms such as
displays and other presentations.
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TwoMAthmatics AUTUMN TERM We will be working on addition, subtraction, multiplication and division using efficient written methods. We will solve problems involving the 4 operations and will begin to use decimals and fractions at a year six level.

We will work on calculation using mental methods.

We will be working on solving problems involving ratio and proportion, developing our reasoning skills and the ability to solve multi-step problems.

Number
(Fractions)
Number
Percentage and Ratio
Geometry/ Statistics
(Properties of Shape/ Data Handling)
Measurement
Perimeter, Area and Volume
Measurement/ Statistics
Measurement/ Statistics
Geometry
(Properties of Shape & Position and direction)
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Threeenglish Extreme Earth: Children will be inferring from pictures linked to the slave trade and the underground railroad. This will link closely to slavery and Harriet Tubman which we will be studying in History lessons.

We are also reading ‘Suffragette’, where we will learn all about the rights of women and the battle to get the right to vote. We will be looking at civil rights movements.

Finally, we will be reading ‘The Invention of Hugo Cabret’, a magical tale set in Paris.

Extreme Earth:
The Hidden Forest Jeannie Baker
Can We Save the Tiger? Martin Jenkins and Vicky White
Reading Fiction
The Invention of Hugo Cabret Brian Selznick
Non-fiction
Animalium (Welcome To The Museum) Jenny
Broom
Information Leaflet
Poetry
Villainous Verses (Twinkl)
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Fourhistory & geography History - Crime and Punishment, Local Study and Changes in Britain since 1948? Children will learn about the inspiring life of Harriet Tubman and how she escaped slavery.
Pupils will then create a biography outlining the events of her life. This will be our cross-curricular writing focus.
Geography - Extreme Earth, Our Local Area and North America Our topic is extreme weather and we will be finding out about the earth’s extremes from raging tropical storms, violent erupting volcanoes to terrifying towering tsunamis.

We will gain an understanding of how these extremes affect people, landscapes, and their communities
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Fivecomputing
pshe
art & dt
Computing We will be learning how to use technology safely and where to get help. We will focus on coding and programming and on algorithms and decomposition. We will also look at programming on screen and de-bugging.

PSHE We will be discussing the importance of friendships and thinking about study and organisational skills.

Art & DT Our art topic is based on art illusions. We will learn how artists play with perspective, line and colour to create clever and mind-bending illusions.

We will use techniques such as vanishing points and apply the rules of perspective to create realistic interiors
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Sixmusic
r.e
p.e
Music Southwark Music Service - Ukulele
We will be learning the Ukulele and focusing on rhythm

R.E We will be thinking about what qualities are important to a religious leader and how different religions and world views create celebrations.

P.E Children will be taking part in

gymnastics, dance and football.

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OneSCIENCE AUTUMN TERM We will be learning about animals including humans. We will learn the importance of keeping healthy and the impact it has on the human body.

We will find out how plants and animals transport water and nutrients and explore the circulatory system and the function of the heart. We will discuss the effects of drugs on the human body. We will record data using scatter graphs, diagrams, bar charts and tables.

We will then move onto learning about electricity. We will learn about how changing the thickness of a wire affects the brightness of a bulb, how changing the number of batteries affects the sound of a buzzer and how changing the number of light bulbs affects the brightness of a lamp. We will take measurements using a range of scientific equipment.

Scientific skill:
-taking measurements, using a range of scientific
equipment, with increasing accuracy and
precision, taking repeat readings when
appropriate.
-reporting and presenting findings from
enquiries, including conclusions, casual
relationships and explanations of degree of trust
in results, in oral and written forms such as
displays and other presentations.
arrow_back PREVIOUS NEXT arrow_forward
TwoMAthmatics AUTUMN TERM We will be working on addition, subtraction, multiplication and division using efficient written methods. We will solve problems involving the 4 operations and will begin to use decimals and fractions at a year six level.

We will work on calculation using mental methods.

We will be working on solving problems involving ratio and proportion, developing our reasoning skills and the ability to solve multi-step problems.

Number
(Fractions)
Number
Percentage and Ratio
Geometry/ Statistics
(Properties of Shape/ Data Handling)
Measurement
Perimeter, Area and Volume
Measurement/ Statistics
Measurement/ Statistics
Geometry
(Properties of Shape & Position and direction)
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Threeenglish Extreme Earth: Children will be inferring from pictures linked to the slave trade and the underground railroad. This will link closely to slavery and Harriet Tubman which we will be studying in History lessons.

We are also reading ‘Suffragette’, where we will learn all about the rights of women and the battle to get the right to vote. We will be looking at civil rights movements.

Finally, we will be reading ‘The Invention of Hugo Cabret’, a magical tale set in Paris.

Extreme Earth:
The Hidden Forest Jeannie Baker
Can We Save the Tiger? Martin Jenkins and Vicky White
Reading Fiction
The Invention of Hugo Cabret Brian Selznick
Non-fiction
Animalium (Welcome To The Museum) Jenny
Broom
Information Leaflet
Poetry
Villainous Verses (Twinkl)
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Fourhistory & geography History - Crime and Punishment, Local Study and Changes in Britain since 1948? Children will learn about the inspiring life of Harriet Tubman and how she escaped slavery.
Pupils will then create a biography outlining the events of her life. This will be our cross-curricular writing focus.
Geography - Extreme Earth, Our Local Area and North America Our topic is extreme weather and we will be finding out about the earth’s extremes from raging tropical storms, violent erupting volcanoes to terrifying towering tsunamis.

We will gain an understanding of how these extremes affect people, landscapes, and their communities
arrow_back PREVIOUS NEXT arrow_forward
Fivecomputing
pshe
art & dt
Computing We will be learning how to use technology safely and where to get help. We will focus on coding and programming and on algorithms and decomposition. We will also look at programming on screen and de-bugging.

PSHE We will be discussing the importance of friendships and thinking about study and organisational skills.

Art & DT Our art topic is based on art illusions. We will learn how artists play with perspective, line and colour to create clever and mind-bending illusions.

We will use techniques such as vanishing points and apply the rules of perspective to create realistic interiors
arrow_back PREVIOUS NEXT arrow_forward
Sixmusic
r.e
p.e
Music Southwark Music Service - Ukulele
We will be learning the Ukulele and focusing on rhythm

R.E We will be thinking about what qualities are important to a religious leader and how different religions and world views create celebrations.

P.E Children will be taking part in

gymnastics, dance and football.

arrow_back PREVIOUS NEXT arrow_forward