Guided reading text: The Iron Man.
Children will apply their growing knowledge of root words, prefixes
and suffixes to both read aloud and understand the meaning of new words.
Exception words will be highlighted and particular attention will be paid to
unusual spellings or sounds.
Children will continue to develop positive attitudes towards reading
· Discussing texts,
especially words and phrases that capture the reader’s imagination
· Using dictionaries to
check the meaning of new words
· Identifying themes
· Showing understanding
through intonation, tone and volume
· Asking questions
· Inferring characters’
thoughts, feelings and motives
· Making predictions
· Identifying and
summarising main ideas
SPAG: Use further prefixes and suffixes.
Children will also recap grammar and punctuation using Pixl’s 38
weeks of 3 in 3 and mixed practice quizzes.
Composition: writing to entertain (fractured fairy tales).
Children will discuss and identify the features of fairy tales and
compare these features with those of fractured fairy tales. Then they will
record ideas, organise paragraphs around a theme, and evaluate and edit their
own work. The children will adapt the settings, characters and plots of
classic fairy tales.
Times tables: continue to recall multiplication and division
facts for tables up to 12 X 12.
Decimals: Children will round decimals to the nearest whole
number, compare decimal numbers, and solve measure and money problems
involving decimals to two decimal places.
The children will also estimate, compare and calculate different
measures, including money in pounds and pence.
will learn that the apostles continued the work of Jesus Christ on earth by:
· sharing the Word of God
· helping those in need
· living as examples to all
children will link these ideas to their own lives.
will learn about the gift of the Holy Spirit and its role in the Trinity.
They will understand how the Holy Spirit appeared on earth and how Pentecost
is viewed as the birth of the Christian Church and the start of its mission
to the world.
Yoga: develop flexibility, strength, technique, control and balance.
Cricket: throwing, catching, hand eye coordination and spatial
awareness skills, as well as team work and competitive sportsmanship.
select, use and combine
a variety of software (including internet services) on a range of
digital devices to design and create a range of programs, systems and content
that accomplish given goals, including collecting, analysing, evaluating
and presenting data and information.