Fortnightly Objectives

Learning Objectives (w/c 16th May / 24th May 2022)

English

Year 1Year 2Year 3
  • To compose a call and response poem.
  • To be able to recognise effective intonation.
  • To be able to sequence the key events of the story.
  • To be able to consider and evaluate different viewpoints.
  • To make predictions about events in the story.
  • To act in role as characters in the story.
  • To discuss Belle's (the protagonist's) thoughts and feelings in the story.
  • To write a diary entry in role as Belle (the protagonist) of the story.
  • To respond to an illustration
  • To create a story map. 
  • To write an explanatory text
  • To write in role - 'freeze frame'
Year 4 Year 5Year 6
  • Use hot seating to understand Maia’s thoughts, feelings and hopes
  • Children will create annotated maps of Maia’s world
  • Children to create an illustration depicting Maia’s life at the Carter’s
  • To compose a nature poem using senses.
  • To explore the new character in the story.
  • To describe the setting. (Big Write)
  • To compose a diary entry.
  • To do research the stories that feature orphan characters.
  • To compose a letter.
  • To create an adventure story. (Big Write)
  • To organise information or evidence appropriately. 
  • To explain the main purpose of a text and summarise it succinctly. 
  • To draw inferences from subtle clues across a complete text. 
  • To compare and contrast the language used in two different texts. 
  • To Identify the grammatical features/techniques used to create mood, atmosphere, key messages, attitudes. 
  • To evaluate the impact of the grammatical features/techniques used to create mood, atmosphere, key messages, attitudes. 
  • To analyse why writers make specific vocabulary choices.

Maths

Year 1Year 2Year 3
  • To be able to split an object (shape) into two equal parts; to be able to identify shapes that have been split into two equal parts. 
  • To be able to split an object (shape) into four equal parts; to be able to identify shapes that have been split into four equal parts.
  • To be able to share and group objects into halves and quarters; to be able to determine half of a number and a quarter of a number.
  • To be able to apply knowledge of fractions to solve problems. 
  • To be able to count in sequences of 10 followed by counting ones; to be able to increase confidence with number lines and Base 10 materials in order to count numbers to 100. 
  • To be able to understand the value of the tens and ones digits in a number; to be able to use multiple methods of representing and constructing a number.
  • To be able to review and extend skills and strategies related to number comparison; to be able to place numbers in order from smallest to greatest and vice versa.

  • To be able to find a fraction of a set.
  • To be able to recognise, name and find a fraction of a quantity.
  • To be able to apply knowledge of fractions to solve problems.
  • To be able to tell time to five minutes using 'quarter past'.
  • To be able to tell time to five minutes using 'quarter to' the hour.
  • To add fractions with the same denominator. 
  • To consolidate adding fractions with the same name; to learn how fractions can add to 1. 
  • To subtract fractions with the same name. 
  • To find equivalent fractions through paper folding and shading. 
Year 4Year 5Year 6
  • Measuring length in cm, m and km
  • Converting between units of length
  • Measuring perimeter in different units
  • Solving problems involving scale reading
  • To be able to convert units of mass, including grams into kilograms.
  • To be able to convert units of mass, including kilograms and pounds.
  • To be able to convert units of time.
  • To be able to convert units of time from days into weeks.
  • To be able to convert units of time./P>
  • To be able to solve problems by converting units of time.
  • To be able to read the temperature on a thermometer.
  • To be able to apply knowledge of measurements to solve problems.
  • To interpret and construct pie charts and line graphs and use these to solve problems;
  • To solve problems involving selecting, processing, presenting and interpreting data.
  • To construct and interpret frequency tables, bar charts with grouped discrete data, and line graphs; interpret pie charts; draw conclusions.
  • To convert between miles and kilometres.
  • To solve multistep word problems.