-Finding equivalent fractions
-Add and subtract fractions
-Solve word problems about fractions and finding fractions of an amount
-Learn about hours, days, months and years.
-Tell the time to the nearest minute
-Calculate start and end times
-Solve time problems
-Learn about turns
-Learn what a right angle is
-Understand and draw parallel and perpendicular lines.
-Identify and draw vertical and horizontal lines.
-Recognise and describe right angles, parallel lines and perpendicular lines in 2D shapes.
-Recognise, describe and construct 3D shapes.
-Measure mass in kilograms and grams.
-Work out different intervals on a scale.
-Add subtract and compare masses.
-Solve problems involving mass.
-Measure capacity in millilitres and litres.
-Convert between metres and millilitres.
-Compare and order capacities.
-Add an d subtract capacities.
-Solve problems involving capacities.
-Using the internet (researching, finding specific information, copying and pasting information into Microsoft Word)
-Evaluating data using excel.
-Evaluating different sources (internet pages, books etc)
-Use technology effectively (how long for, when to use it and when to use other sources such as books)
-Rectifying errors-using decomposition in gaming to find and amend errors.
-Understand that their actions affect themselves and others
-Learning how to empathise with another viewpoint.
-Consolidate understanding of differences and similarities between people
-Researching what Muslims celebrate.
-Understanding Islamic rites of passage.
-Explaining the arts and culture (Al-Burda, Islamic Art, Islamic architecture, Jalaluddin Rumi).
-Researching Islamic beliefs (basic articles of faith, Jihad, Polygamy, Jesus through Muslim eyes, Hijab, Niqab, Shiria).
-Explaing holy days (Muslim holy days, Ashura, Ramadam etc).
-Recognising prayers and worships (Mosque, Wudu, prayer movements, prayer calculator.)
-Continuing with recalling adjectives.
-Practicing reciting gender.
-Linking to Stone Age (vocabulary, different objects, common phrases)
-Healthy diet (understanding what meals are healthy and what meals are bad for you).
-Following instructions to prepare savoury meals
-Following simple cooking techniques
-Researching and identifying seasonal foods
-Understanding how crops and animals are used in the food industry
(grown/produced by the sea)
-Understanding how foods are processed
-Researching how to strengthen/ reinforce complex structures
-Identifying different gears and pulleys and learning about how they work
-Identifying how to use computers to design a structure.
-Researching circuits, switches, bulbs, buzzers and motors.
-Compose pieces of music using the dimensions and elements of music expressively.
-Use standard notations in my compositions.
-Using drama skills to put on a performances
-Biography of cavemen using the correct layout.
-Fact files using research skills.
-Writing adventure stories using the correct narrative structure.
-Writing recounts using fronted adverbials.
-Recognising and spelling homophones
-Identifying misspelled words
-Using a dictionary to find the meaning of words.
-Using paragraphs accurately
-Using heading and subheading accurately
-Using commas accurately.
-Reading common exception words
-Listening to and discussing fiction, non-fiction, poetry, plays and reference books.
-Use dictionaries to check meanings of words
-Identify themes in books
-Ask questions about what they are reading
-Summarising ideas in books
-Discussing books with other children
Preparing for Sports Day
-Developing punching, kicking and blocking techniques.
-Learning the Japanese terminology.
-Developing stretching and flexibility techniques.