Fortnightly Objectives

Learning Objectives (w/c Monday 17th May 2021)

English

Year 1Year 2Year 3
  • To be able tocarry out research on a topic.
  • To be able to write a non-chronological report. 
  • To be able to discuss and share your thoughts of the story.
  • To be able to write a review of the story

  • To map a story
  • To respond to illustration and draft a poem.
  • To create an annotated diagram
  • To compose Eid Fitr fact file.
  • To discuss and perform a poem.
  • To write a diary entry
  • To retell a story
  • To complete Belle’s Graph of Emotion.
  • To use a double bubble to compare similarities and differences of characters.
     
  • To construct a diary.
  • To answer inference questions.
  • To draft a newspaper report.

Year 4 Year 5Year 6
  • To write a persuasive piece of writing.
  • To re-tell the story so far in role of character.
  • To explore the meaning of words in context.
  • To write a letter to the author Tony Bradman.
  • To research punishments in Viking times.
  • To compare the two characters of Gunnar and Rurik

  • To compose a letter.
  • To create an adventure story.
  • To create a conscious alley.
  • To produce a discussion text.
  • To reflect on the ending of the book.
  • To create your own graphic based on Tom’s Midnight Garden.

  • To read and summarise the text.
  • To write a persuasive piece of writing.
  • To visualise and sketch a scene from the story.

Maths

Year 1Year 2Year 3
  • To be able to see patterns of numbers when increasing or decreasing by 1, 2 or 5; to be able to use a number line, a 100-chart and Base 10 materials to represent numbers.
  • To be able to apply knowledge of numbers to solve problems. 
  • To develop familiarity with the analogue clock, including the minute and hour hands; to be able to tell time to the hour on an analogue clock.
  • To improve familiarity with the analogue clock; to be able to tell time to the half-hour using the term 'half past'. 
  • To be able to sequence events in order of time and to use the terms 'next,' 'before' and 'after' to describe the order of events

  • To be able to describe the terms in a pattern.
  • To be able to describe direction and movement using vocabulary, such as 'left', 'right', 'up' and 'down'.
  • To be able to describe rotation using vocabulary, such as 'quarter turn', 'half turn' and 'three-quarter turn'; to be able to describe direction using vocabulary, such as 'clockwise' and 'anti-clockwise'.
  • To be able to apply knowledge of shapes to solve problems.
  • To be able to recognise 3-D shapes by identifying their properties.
  • To be able to describe 3-D shapes based on their properties, including the number of faces, vertices and edges.
  • To be able to describe the 2-D shapes that form a 3-D shape.
  • To be able to group 3-D shapes by similar properties.
  • To be able to form 3-D structures using multiple 3-D shapes.
  • To be able to make and recognise patterns using 3-D shapes.
  • To be able to recognise and show equivalent fractions.
  • To be able to find equivalent fractions.
  • To show equivalent fractions on a diagram.

Year 4Year 5Year 6
  • To be able to convert between centimetres and metres.
  • To be able to convert between metres and kilometres.
  • To be able to measure perimeter in centimetres and millimetres and convert between the two units.
  • To be able to solve word problems involving measurements.
  • To be able to apply knowledge of mass, volume and length to solve problems.
  • To write Roman numerals to 1000.
  • To write numbers in their thousands in Roman numerals.
  • To apply knowledge of Roman numerals to solve problems.
  • To describe positions on a 2-D grid as coordinates in the first quadrant.
  • To plot specified points and draw sides to complete a given polygon.
  • To name and plot points coordinates.

  • To be able to recognise and make nets for 3-D shapes. 
  • To be able to use knowledge of angles and shapes to solve problems.
  • To be able to use negative numbers in context and calculate intervals across zero.