Curriculum Leaflets 2017/18
Animals and their habitats
Animals, including humans
Properties and changes of materials
Earth and space
Life in London during the Elizabethan times: pupils will focus on the life of Shakespeare and entertainment and past times.
Non-European Ancient civilisations: Ancient Maya
Name and locate cities and geographical features in the UK.
Identify the position and significance of the Prime/Greenwich Meridian and time zones.
Understand geographical similarities and differences through the study of London and a region in America.
Describe and understand: biomes, vegetation belts, land use, economic activity and distribution of resources.
Use four figure grid references on OS maps, and understand the symbols used.
Use fieldwork to record and explain areas.
Use running, jumping, catching and throwing in isolation and in combination.
Play competitive games.
Develop flexibility and control in gym, dance and athletics.
Compare performances to achieve personal bests.
Year 5 will develop these skills through gymnastic, dance, games and athletics.
Listen and engage.
Engage in conversations, expressing opinions.
Speak in simple sentences and be understood.
Develop appropriate pronunciation.
Present ideas and information orally.
Show understanding in simple reading.
Adapt known language to create new ideas. Describe people, places and things.
Understand basic grammar.
Develop positive learning behaviours.
Understand how to lead a healthy and safe lifestyle.
Build aspirations for a successful future.
Understand how to make a positive contribution to society.
Understand the world around me.
Develop positive relationships with those around me