Me & My World


  • Art: Aboriginal Art
  • DT: Torches and ‘Grow Your Own’
  • Music: Kinder Children’s Choir


  • Place value and negative numbers
  • Mental addition and subtraction, including money
  • Written addition and subtraction
  • Place value and the addition of decimals
  • Fractions, decimals and word problems
  • Multiplying fractions
  • Co-ordinates and line graphs
  • Mental multiplication and division
  • Written multiplication and division
  • Translation of shapes
  • Perimeter and area

 English (Composition, transcription and handwriting)

  • Genre fiction – short mystery stories
  • Argument and debate
  • Classic narrative, oral poetry and poetic style
  • Drama (Shakespeare)
  • Reports and journalistic writing


  • Adverbials of time, place and number
  • Expanded noun phrases, adjectives, adverbials, subordinate clauses/relative clauses
  • Formal and informal speech, dialogue direct/indirect/reported speech punctuation
  • Commas to clarify meaning, bullet points, semi-colons, colons, dashes
  • Use and understand grammatical terminology


  • Homophones and words that are often confused
  • Word reading, reading comprehension, spoken language and vocabulary.

Physical Development

  • PAS – Gymnastics and Dance
  • Swimming



  • Properties
  • Solubility
  • Separating mixtures
  •  Thermal conductivity
  • Irreversible changes
  • Heating and burning
  • New materials


  • Circuits
  • Voltage of cells and brightness of bulbs, loudness of buzzers
  • Variations in how components function
  • Symbols in circuits

Knowledge and understanding of the world

 History – Study of an early civilization

  • Ancient Greece – a study of Greek life and achievements and their influence on the western world


  • Maps, atlases and globes
  • UK countries, human and physical features
  • Europe, North and South America, human and physical features


  • Relationships


  • What can we learn from religions about what is right and wrong?


  • Digital exploration (Digital Literacy and Computer Science)
  • Communicating and collaborating (Digital Literacy)

What you can do to help your child

I know that many of you do these things already, but please could you:
  • Hear your child read at least twice a week and talk about unfamiliar words, the characters and plot of the books they read.
  • Support your child and ensure that they complete homework tasks appropriately and hand them in on time.
  • Ensure that you label ALL of your child’s belongings as we try very hard to re-unite lost property with its owner. I have a large bag of lost property left over from last term, this available for you to check at any time.


  • PE with PAS will be on Wednesday morning and swimming is on Thursday morning. Children will need clearly named PE kit in school for the whole term and swimming kit/towel for Thursday mornings.


If you have any questions or concerns please do not hesitate to pop in or to phone the office, leave a message and I can ring you back.