Fortnightly Objectives

Learning Objectives (w/c Monday 21st June 2021)

English

Year 1Year 2Year 3
  • To compose questions.
  • To write a news script.
  • To compose the front-page of a newspaper article.
  • To use descriptive vocabulary to describe a character.



  • To create a story with different animal following a chronological structure 
  • To compose a non-chronological report on a sea animal.
  • To write a book review.
  • To fill the gap with the correct homophone.
  • To draw an underwater picture and use favourite words to describe it. 
  • To recognise the features of an explanation task.
  • To carry out research on a topic.
  • To draft non-fiction writing.
  • To explore a seaside poem.
  • To describe an image.
     
  • To compose writing for a wide variety of purposes 
  • To write in role in order to explore and develop empathy for characters
  • To compare and contrast characters
  • To identifying and discussing themes and conventions in and across a wide range of writing 
  • To make comparisons within and across books
  • To use a wide range of devices to build cohesion within and across paragraphs 
  • To use organisational and presentational devices to structure text and to guide the reader.


Year 4 Year 5Year 6
  • To plan a refugee story.
  • To write a refugee story.
  • To retrieve information from a text.
  • To write effective questions for the purpose of extracting information.
  • To write a letter to the author.
  • To act out a scene from The Boy at the Back of the Class
  • To compose a letter.
  • To compare a comparison chart of the two characters from the story.
  • To create a debate.
  • To create a freeze frame.
  • To create a balance argument.
  • To compose a diary entry.
  • To create a story map.
  • To write the story using different perspective.

  • To participate in a discussion and debate, writing arguments for and against.
  • To participate in a 'conscience alley'.
  • To 'hot-seat' as a character from the story.

Maths

Year 1Year 2Year 3
  • To be able to apply knowledge of volume and capacity to solve problems.
  • To be able to compare the mass of objects using the terms 'heavy' and 'light', 'heavier than', 'lighter than' and 'as heavy as'.
  • To be able to find the mass of an object using non-standard units; to be able to use visualisation skills to estimate the number of units.
  • To be able to apply knowledge of mass to solve problems.



  • To be able to recognise and write mixed numbers.
  • To be able to find a fraction of set.
  • To be able to find a fraction of a set.
  • To be able to find a fraction of set.
  • To be able to recognize, name and find a fraction of a quantity.
  • 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 be able to sequence daily events by time.
  • To be able to draw hands on an analogue clock to show the correct time.
  • To be able to find the end time given the start time and the duration in 30-minute and hourly intervals.

  • To be able to identify horizontal and vertical lines.
  • To be able to describe a 2-D shape using angle and side properties.
  • To be able to draw 2-D shapes.
  • To be able to make 3-D shapes.
  • To be able to make 3-D shapes.
  • To be able to describe 3-D shapes.

Year 4Year 5Year 6
  • 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 describe movements between positions as translations of a given unit to the left/right and up/down.
  • To use knowledge of position and movement to solve problems.
  • To measure area in square metres.
  • To make an estimation of area in kilometres.
  • To apply knowledge of area and perimeter to solve problems.
  • To understand the volume of solids.
  • To find the volume of solids.
  • To find the capacity of a cuboid.
  • To compare and convert units of volume.
  • To convert units of volume (metric and imperial).
  • To be able to apply knowledge of volume to solve problems.


  • To be able to interpret pie charts and use these to solve problems.
  • To be able to interpret line graphs and use these to solve problems.
  • To be able to convert between miles and kilometres.