Year 5

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Autumn 1

Autumn 2

Spring 1

Spring 2

Summer 1

Summer 2

Core text

The Railway Children (guide)

 

Beowulf / additional text

‘The Highway- man’ (Poem)

The Tempest (guide)

 

Romeo and Juliet

The Hobbit (guide)

Chip the Glasses and Crack the Plates’ and ‘Far Over the Misty Mountains’ (from The Hobbit) (Poem)

Shackleton's Journey/ additional text

Science

Principles of chemistry

States of matter

Periodic table

Forces and motion

Changing forces

Anatomy and physiology

Organ systems

Review

Additional practical work

Further exploration of the wide variety of living organisms in the natural world

Time to help build pupils' fluency with use of Word and Excel.

Computing

Flowcharts and programming

Ecology

Life cycles

History

The Rise of Islam.

the Byzantine Empire under Justinian

the birth of Islam in Arabia*

Arab conquests in the Middle East, North Africa and Spain

Anglo Saxon England.

Anglo-Saxon migrations to Britain in the fifth and sixth centuries

The formation of Anglo-Saxon kingdoms

The Vikings.

Charlemagne and the Holy Roman Empire

Viking raids on Britain in the ninth century

Alfred of Wessex and the creation of England

England and the Vikings.

Norse and Danish culture and social structures*

Viking ships and navigation

Scandinavian settlement in

The Norman Conquest.

The creation of the kingdoms of England and Scotland

The 'Second Viking Age' and the reign of Canute

Local History: Norwich Cathedral.

Reading a Building

The Normans

The Gothic

Reformation and Restoration

Caring for Cathedrals

 

Team relationships

Britain

Living in the Wider World

Be yourself relationships

It’s my body

Health and Wellbeing

Money matters Living in the Wider World

Aiming High

Health and Wellbeing

Music

As part of the rolling programme, Year 5 are currently following the second year of the KS2 curriculum - Year 4 content

Art/DT

Formal Elements: Texture

 

Subject Matter: Musical Instruments/ Cubism

 

Artist Focus: Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque

 

Art History:

Cubism

 

Materials: instrument, photography of instruments, scissors, trimmers, glues, paints, oil pastels

 

Assessment: Primary Observational Drawing

Painting

 

Subject Matter: Pattern & Colour in Landscapes

 

Artist Focus:

Hunderwasser

 

Art History:

Modern Art

 

Materials: camera, photos of norwich and surrounding area,water based pastels, pastels, acrylic paint

Drawing

 

Subject Matter:

Human Figure

 

Artist Focus: Leonardo Da Vinci Art History: Renaissance

 

Materials: pencils, pencil, ink and pen,

 

Assessment: Primary Observational Drawing

Printing

 

Subject Matter: Abstract Art & Artefacts

 

Artist Focus:

Joan Miro

 

Art History: Abstract Expressionism

 

Materials: foam printing, printing from objects, using found object for printing.

Sculpture

 

Subject Matter: Objects and abstraction/ Use of negative spaces

 

Artist Focus:

Anish Kapoor

 

Art History: Contemporary Art Materials: objects, different materials, metallica, clay, mod roc.

 

Assessment: Primary Observational Drawing

Mixed Media

 

Subject Matter: Landscapes and abstraction.

Simplifying images to a minimal form

 

Artist Focus:

Piet Mondrian

 

Art History:

De Stijl

 

Materials: photographs,magazin es collage, tape, paper card, paint

PE (PPA)

Rugby

Hockey

Circuit training

Basketball

Rounders

Athletics

PE

(Teacher)

Gymnastics

Create longer and more complex sequences and adapt performances

Develop symmetry individually, as a pair and in a small

Dance

Perform different styles of dance fluently and clearly

Refine & improve dances adapting them to include the use of space rhythm &

Football

To play effectively in a variety of positions and formations on the pitch

Relate a greater number of attacking and

Handball

To confidently use specific handball skills in games, for example, dribbling, blocking, shooting and keeping goal

To begin to play effectively in

OAA

Explore ways of communicating in a range of challenging activities

Navigate and solve problems from memory

Tennis

Introduce Volley shots and Overhead shots

Apply new shots into game situations

Play with others to score and defend

 

group

Compare performances and judge strengths and areas for improvement

Select a

component for improvement. For example—timing or flow

expression

Worked collaboratively in groups to compose simple dances

Recognise and comment on dances suggesting ideas for improvement

defensive tactics to gameplay

Become more skilful when performing movements at speed

different positions on the pitch in both attack and defence

To increase power and strength of passes, moving the ball over longer distances

Use a wide range of handball rules consistently

Develop and use trust to complete the task and perform under pressure

points in competitive games

Further, explore Tennis service rules