Learning objectives for term
English: Classical texts – Just So stories by Rudyard Kipling, Persuasive texts and adverts, Report writing and Discussion
Maths: Number and Place value, Addition and Subtraction, Multiplication and Division, fractions, Measurement, Geometry, Algebra
Science: Living things and their Habitats
Topic: Stone Age to Iron Age
RE: What do religions teach about the natural world and why should we care about it?
PE: Football and dance
Grammar and Punctuation: Y6 – using colons and semicolons; understand how hyphens are used; using dashes to mark boundary between independent clauses.
Y5 – using brackets, dashes or commas to indicate parenthesis; use commas to clarify meaning
Computing – Data handling- Collecting, Analysing, Evaluating and Presenting Data – Databases
Music: Exploring lyrics and melody
For those parents who were unable to attend the meeting about preparing your child for SATS, here is the presentation that was discussed.
Please have a read through and if you have any questions, catch Mrs Weston on the yard or at the forthcoming parents’ evening after half-term.
SATS parent presentation 2016-17
Hope parents will find the above link useful!
Please take a moment to have a look at some of the great things The Eager Elms have been doing already this year!
For Literacy we have been studying poems with examples of personification in. Afterwards we recited them on the stage. We were the first class to use the Coton Colosseum!
We have also written poetry and used the structure of a poetic monologue in order to bring an Elm tree to life!
Literacy: Poetry, Short stories, Recounts and Discussion
Mathematics: Number and Place Value, Addition and Subtraction, Multiplication and Division, Fractions, Decimals and Percentages, Geometry
Topic: The Peak District
R.E: What can be learned from a Muslim way of life?
P.E: Striking and Fielding – Hockey and Football
Grammar and Punctuation: Words types and functions
Art: Painting landscapes and studying great landscape artists
PHSE: Developing confidence and responsibility
Music: Exploring rounds