Fortnightly Learning

Fortnightly Learning Objectives

Week Commencing: 30th September, 2019

English

Year 1

Year 2

Year 3

  • To write a character description 
  • To write a letter in role 
  • To plan and write a short story from a known narrative
  • In phonics the following phonemes: ar, or, ur, ow,oi,ear,air and ure.
  • To visualise a place from a story is a powerful way and recreate it in a drawing.
  • To compose a descriptive paragraph to accompany my artwork.
  • To review the story and write a book review.
  • To map out the story and retell it orally.
  • To compose a character description of Tuffy.
  • To understand the text and answer questions.
  • Write a character description
  • Identify the language features of a newspaper headline.
  • Plan a newspaper report.
  • Write a newspaper report.

Year 4

Year 5

Year 6

  • To draw inferences about characters’ feelings, thoughts and motives from their actions.
  • To make explicit links between the appearance and characteristic of the main character.
  • To produce a letter in role as the son or the father from the book.
  • To use role-play and drama to explore text actively.
  • To plan a debate on what were the advantages and disadvantages of becoming a coal miner.

  • Read a range of source materials, including non-fiction books and websites that relate to the discovery of Tutankhamun’s tomb. Record their findings by making notes. Discuss the mystery surrounding Tutankhamun’s death with the whole group, including what they know or have found out about the ‘the mummy’s curse’.
  • Note taking while listening to a traditional African Tale. Then map out the story to share it orally in the traditional style. 
  • Writing a traditional story in role
  • Practise weekly spelling by writing them down several times
  • Reading and discussing the actions taken by the characters in a book
  • Write a diary entry of your experience of the trip and what you have learnt.
  • To focus on the suffixes -able, -ible, -ably, -ibly and those beginning with vowel letters (e.g -ed and -ing) to words ending in -fer. 

Maths

Year 1

Year 2

Year 3

  •  Add by Counting On
  •  Completing Number Sentences
  • Making Addition Stories
  • Solving Picture Problems
  • Subtract by crossing out
  • Subtract by Using Number Bonds
  • Subtract by Counting Back
  • Making Subtraction Stories
  • Children will be using number bond diagrams as well as the standard column method.
  • Practice 
  • adding in 10’s
  • subtracting in 10’s
  • Counting back and forward on a number line.
  • Understand the commutative law of addition and form a family of addition and subtraction facts
  • Add a 3-digit number to ones without renaming.
  • Add a 3-digit number to multiples of 10 without renaming.
  • Add a 3-digit number to multiples of 100 without renaming.
  • Two 3-digit numbers without regrouping, using the column method of addition.

Year 4

Year 5

Year 6

  • To be able to find the sum of two numbers.
  • To be able to add two numbers without renaming.
  • To be able to add two numbers with renaming in the hundreds, tens and ones columns.
  • To be able to add using mental strategies (making tens, hundreds and thousands).
  • To be able to find the difference between two numbers.
  • Subtract using the column method, number bonds and number discs using numbers to 1 000 000.
  • Add and subtract using number bonds as a key strategy and numbers within 1 000 000.
  • Consolidate and refine addition skills and place-value knowledge to solve addition problems.
  • Subtract numbers to 1 000 000 using concrete materials, the column method and number bonds.
  • Subtracting within 1 000 000
  • Able to consolidate and review multiplication; to be able to find the result of multiplying by a number.
  • Finding Factors- Consolidate and review multiplication; to be able to find the factors of a given number.
  • Finding Common Factors-Define and find common factors of numbers to 100.
  • Finding Prime Numbers-Identify and name the prime numbers; to be able to recognise prime numbers as numbers that only have two factors.
  • Finding Prime Numbers-Define and determine prime numbers to 100.

  • To focus on dividing by two-digit numbers.
  • To focus on solving word problems.