Welcome to Year 5
Summer Term 2019
Areas of study for Year 5*
Non-chorological reports about rivers.
Developing use of punctuation including semi colons, dashes and brackets.
Diary writing based upon a historical event.
Formal letter writing.
Improving calculation skills, both written and mental.
Reasoning linked to these areas.
Reading a range of fiction and non-fictions texts.
Reading for pleasure.
Developing inference skills.
Learning how to say the planets in French.
Learning and adapting the story of the The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle.
Catching and fielding skills.
Exploring the geography, culture and historical events.
Plants and animals.
Looking at life cycles and reproduction in plants.
Looking at the changes that occur in animals throughout their life span.
Gold Rush in America.
Landmarks and landscape of North America .
American music and its influences.
Learning about jazz, country and western, the blues and pop music.
Playing music based upon these genres. Listening and appraising music. Drawing comparisons between different genres of music.
Art, Design & Technology
In Arts Fortnight focusing on the work of David Hockney.
*If you require additional information relating to our school curriculum, please ask at the school office or the class teacher.