Fortnightly Learning

Fortnightly Learning Objectives

Week Commencing: 25th November, 2019

English

Year 1

Year 2

Year 3

To develop their skills in drama:

Improvise and work in role, creating and sustaining roles both individually and when working with others; • script and perform plays and stories using language and actions to express and convey situations, characters and emotions; • respond to their own and others’ performances, commenting constructively on dramatic effects, characterisation and overall impact

In SPaG: Suffixes that can be added to verbs without changing the spelling of the root word –er and -ing

  • To describe the characters from a traditional tale 
  • To create a missing poster 
  • To write an alternative version of a story
  • To write instructions.
  • To demonstrate understanding of Fairy tale.
  • I can use past and present tense in my writing.
  • Adding –ed to words ending in -y
  • To compose a story about friendship
  • Comprehension
  • To demonstrate understanding of a story and making inferences.
  • Use the Suffix -ly, to make an adjective.
  • To create an effective story ending.
  • To create a fact file of a fossil hunter.
  • To use research information to draft a leaflet.
  • To retell the rebuilding of the Ka'bah.

Year 4

Year 5

Year 6

Children will continue reading book; ‘Viking Boy’ and developing their understanding through text.

  • To infer the character of the villain in the story.
  • To prepare a performance on Vikings mythical creatures.
  • To examining a historical artefact featured in the text.
  • To understand the term ‘slave’.
  • To hot seat in role as Gunnar (main character).
  • To create a freeze-frame to represent the dramatic events of these chapters.
  • To map the main events in the story onto a graph of emotion (x axis) and the high and low points of Gunnar’s emotions (y axis)
  • Session 12: Writing in role
  • Session 13: Soundscapes 
  • Session 14: Book Talk and Descriptive Writing 
  • Session 15: Double Bubble –Compare similarities and differences
  • Session 16: Book Talk and Role Play 
  • Session 18: Book Talk and Role on the Wall



  • To focus on the we sound spelt 'ei' after c
  • To focus on using relative clauses

Maths

Year 1

Year 2

Year 3

  • Recognise and name common 3-D shapes, for example cuboids (including cubes), pyramids and spheres.
  • Recognise and name common 2-D shapes, for example rectangles (including squares), circles and triangles.
  • Compare, describe and solve practical problems for length and height, for example long/short, longer/shorter, tall/short, double/half.
  • 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 understand and learn the 3 times table.
  • To be able to recall and use the 3 times table.
  • To be able to understand and learn the 4 times table.
  • To be able to recall and use the 4 times table.
  • To be able to recognise the pattern in the 4 and 8 times tables.
  • To be able to recall and use the 8 times table.

Year 4

Year 5

Year 6

Children will develop further their understanding of multiplication and division. They will learn how to divide and multiply by 1 and 0 and understand the law of commutativity. They will learn how to multiply three numbers together.

  • To be able to multiply by 0 and 1.
  • To be able to understand commutativity.
  • To be able to multiply three numbers.
  • To be able to multiply with multiples of 10 and 100.
  • To be able to multiply 2 and 3-digit numbers without renaming.
  • To be able to multiply 2 and 3-digit numbers with renaming.

  • Reading Line graphs
  • Dividing to make fractions
  • Writing improper fractions and mixed numbers
  • FInding equivalent fractions
  • Comparing and ordering fractions 
  • Making Number Pairs

  • To focus on dividing fractions by whole numbers
  • To focus on decimals and dividing whole numbers