Fortnightly Objectives

Learning Objectives (w/c 29th November / 6th December 2021)

English

Year 1Year 2Year 3
  • To compose questions.
  • To carry out research. 
  • To create a fact file. 
  • To write a non-chronological report.
  • To retrieve information from a text.




  • To hot-seat and write a diary entry in role as Phillip.
  • To analyse, visualise and artwork.
  • To create an argument and prepare readers’ theatre script.
  • To demonstrate understanding of a non-fiction text `anti-bullying week’
  • To choose words and phrases to describe the creature.
  • Evaluate viewpoints and write about an argument and write to support it.
  • To conduct a television interview with the Greggs family.
  • To write effective sentences for our story.
  • To demonstrate understanding of the non-fiction text ‘
  • To describe Aristar the Dragon.
  • To role-play in role as eye-witnesses to Iron Man’s challenge.
  • To take part in a television style interview.
  • To compare the book to the film version.

Year 4 Year 5Year 6
  • To create a character graph of Edward Tulane
  • To create a short narrative description of Edward’s dream sequence.
  • To structure an autobiography in the role of Edward
  • To compose a new chapter for the story.
  • To create a book trailer using PowerPoint.
  • · To create a free verse poem.
  • To compose a letter.
  • To analyse a poem.
  • To compose a sound poem.
  • To write an account of your own experience.
  • To create a poster of the book
  • To analyse a character.
  • To draw conclusions from illustrations.
  • To compose a Kenning poem.
  • To use varied and appropriate vocabulary, including subject-specific words and phrases.
  • To analyse arguments for and against war.
  • To describe a scene.

Maths

Year 1Year 2Year 3
  • To be able to subtract by counting back from the largest number.
  • To be able to subtract by subtracting from only the ones column. 
  • To be able to subtract a certain amount of ones from 10 rather than from the ones, as there are not enough ones.
  • To be able to go through number facts derived from addition and subtraction sentences. 
  • To be able to apply knowledge of addition and subtraction to solve problems.



  • To be able to use division facts for the 2 times table and relate them to multiplication facts.
  • To be able to divide by 5 and identify links with multiplying by 5. To be able to use division facts for the 5 times table and relate them to multiplication facts.
  • To be able to use division facts for the 10 times table and relate them to multiplication facts.
  • To be able to identify a family of multiplication and division facts.
  • To be able to solve word problems involving division within the division facts of the 2-, 5- and 10-times table.
  • To be able to recognise and understand odd and even numbers.
  • To be able to apply knowledge of multiplication and division to solve problems.
  • To be able to measure length in metres.
  • To be able to measure length in centimetres.
  • To be able to compare and order lengths using >, < and =.
  • To be able to solve word problems involving multiplication. 
  • To be able to read and write length and height in metres and centimetres.
  • To be able to read and write length and height in centimetres.


Year 4Year 5Year 6
  • To be able to divide 3-digit numbers with a remainder.
  • To be able to solve word problems involving multiplication and division.
  • To be able to draw and read picture graphs and bar graphs.
  • To be able to draw and read line graphs.
  • To be able to use knowledge of graphs to solve problems.
  • · To be able to add unlike fractions where the sum is greater than 1, creating mixed numbers or improper fractions.
  • To be able to add unlike fractions, which create improper fractions and mixed numbers that give rise to simplification.
  • To be able to subtract fractions with different denominators; to be able to subtract fractions from whole numbers.
  • To be able to multiply fractions by whole numbers creating other fractions, mixed numbers or improper fractions.
  • To be able to multiply mixed numbers by whole numbers, creating larger mixed numbers.
  • To be able to multiply mixed numbers by whole numbers in multi-step word problems.
  • To be able to apply knowledge of fractions to solve problems.
  • To be able to convert between centimetres and millimetres.
  • To be able to convert between grams and kilograms.
  • To be able to convert between litres and millilitres.
  • To be able to convert between seconds, minutes and hours.
  • To be able to solve problems involving the 4 operations.
  • To be able to solve problems involving the 4 operations.