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Lockerley C of E Primary School. Year 5 and 6 Curriculum Meeting July 2014. Hopefully by the end you will…. Have a greater understanding of the Year 5 and 6 curriculum. Have knowledge of forthcoming topics. Gather some ideas and techniques to support children at home. English.

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Lockerley C of E Primary School

Year 5 and 6 Curriculum Meeting

July 2014

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Hopefully by the end you will…

  • Have a greater understanding of the Year 5 and 6 curriculum.
  • Have knowledge of forthcoming topics.
  • Gather some ideas and techniques to support children at home.
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English

  • Spoken Language
  • Reading
  • Writing
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Reading

  • Shared reading;
  • Guided reading;
  • Regular independent reading:
    • individual;
    • group and paired;
  • Home/school reading;
  • Hearing books read aloud on a regular basis;
  • Selecting their own choice of texts.
  • E-books
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Reading

Comprehension

AF1 – read and understand words

AF2 – find and understand information

AF3 – Read between the lines

AF4 – understand how the text is organised

AF5 – explain the writers choice of language

AF6 – Explain the reader’s and writer’s views

AF7 – Compare texts and make links

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Reading in Emperors

  • Phonics based - sounding out words.
  • More sophisticated comprehension e.g. Which words show us how the character is feeling?
  • Specific information recalled
  • Predictions – What do you think will happen next and why?
  • Expressing an opinion
  • Punctuation recognition and grammar
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Reading Diaries

  • How much did they read? E.g. Read from page 5 – 8.
  • Effort comment
  • Who did they read with? Sign initials
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Writing

  • Fiction
  • Non-Fiction
  • Poetry
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Big Writing

  • Weekly, independent writing activity.
  • Purpose – to improve all areas of writing.
  • VCOP
  • Teacher and pupil targets
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Spelling

  • Phonics Catch-up
  • Taught spelling at least three times a week
  • Investigation, patterns, origins
  • Weekly homework based on spellings that week
  • Assessment through use in writing
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Spelling

High Frequency Words

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Spelling in the NC14

→ cious / tious endings

→ cial / tial endings

→ ency / ancy endings

→ ible / able endings

→ ough

→ silent letters

→ homophones

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accommodate

accompany

according

achieve

aggressive

amateur

ancient

apparent

appreciate

attached

available

average

awkward

bargain

bruise

conscious*

controversy

convenience

correspond

criticise (critic + ise)

curiosity

definite

desperate

determined

develop

dictionary

disastrous

embarrass

environment

secretary

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Investigating a spelling pattern

How would you add –ing to each of these words?

Knock

Kick

Stab

Clap

Come

Drop

Run

Catch

Ski

Write

Taste

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Handwriting

  • Cursive script
  • Correct posture / positioning
  • Pen grip
  • Correct formation of uppercase and lowercase letters
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Grammar

  • Word Classes (nouns, adjectives etc.)
  • Parts of a sentence
  • Uses of punctuation
  • Word meanings
  • Technical vocabulary
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Maths

Year 5

Number and place value

Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication and Division

Fractions

Measurement

Geometry – Properties of shape, Position and direction

Statistics – Graph, Data etc

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Maths

Year 6

Number and place value

Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, Division

Algebra

Fractions

Measurement

Ratio and Proportion

Geometry – Properties of shape, Position and direction

Statistics

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Addition

Using an empty number line

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Addition

Expanded Column Method

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Addition

Short Column Method

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Subtraction

Finding the difference

Numicon and practical resources can be used to support this

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Subtraction

Column Methods

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Multiplication

Partitioning

38 x 5 =

(30 x 5) + (8 x 5)

150 + 40

190

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Multiplication

Grid Method

38 x 5 =

150 + 40 = 190

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Multiplication

Grid Method

38 x 25 =

600 + 160 + 150 + 40 = 950

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Division

Chunking

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Not Just Number…

Other maths areas….

2D and 3D shape

Patterns

Symmetry

Time

Length

Weight

Capacity

Position & Direction

Fractions

Angles

Data handling

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Other Subjects

  • Science
  • History
  • Geography
  • Art and Design and Design and Technology
  • Computing
  • Music
  • Physical Education (PE)
  • RE
science
Science
  • Materials and Chemical Reactions
  • Living Things and their Habitats
  • Earth and Space
  • Light
  • Animals
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History

  • WWII
  • Ancient Egypt
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Geography

  • Investigating North/South America compared to the UK
  • Rivers
  • Food for Thought
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Art and Design

Design Technology

  • Charcoal
  • Shelters
  • Artists – Sculpture
  • Paper Mache
  • Egyptian Death Masks
  • Smoothies and Cooking
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Computing

  • - Computer Science
  • - Digital Literacy
    • - Understanding technology
  • - Research Skills
  • - Safety
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Music

  • Tuned and untuned percussion instruments
  • Use of voice
  • Pitch
  • Rhythm
  • Duration
  • Dynamics
  • Tempo
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PE

  • Gymnastics
  • Dance including dance days
  • Athletics
  • Specialised coaches
  • Tag Rugby
  • Football
  • Netball
  • Hockey
  • Daily Physical Activities – 10 minutes
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RE

  • Ummah - Five Pillars of Islam
  • Interpretation – Two birth narratives
  • Message – Jesus’s message
  • Suffering – Easter Story
  • God – God talk
  • Myths – Myths in religious traditions
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First Hand Experiences

In School

  • Evacuation Experience
  • James and the Giant Peach Film
  • Fantasy Story day

Visits

  • Harry Potter World
  • Beaulieu
  • Planetarium
  • British Museum
  • Waitrose
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Homework

  • Reading
  • Times table practice
  • Spelling investigations
  • Maths or Literacy every week (unless longer piece)
  • Sometimes foundation research/crafty work as part of our Topic
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Ways to Support your Child

  • Provide appropriate support and encouragement with homework
  • Hear your child read regularly and write a positive comment in the reading diary
  • Provide support with learning number
  • Encourage joined handwriting
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SATs
  • Old curriculum for Literacy and Maths
  • SATs practise end of each term
  • SATs revision begins Spring Term
  • Two Maths written papers (both non-calculator)
  • Mental Maths paper
  • Punctuation, grammar and spelling paper (consists of 2 papers)
  • Reading paper
  • Level 6 for some children – decided Spring Term
  • Teacher Assessment for Writing