Sun Class Curriculum

2020/21

School Branches

Autumn

From the past into the Future

Spring

What a Wonderful World

Summer

People who Make a Difference

English

 

Reading Greek Myths and retelling in their own words in different styles, Identifying the key features of myths, Planning and writing their own myths using key features to create narrative, Writing a description of mythical creatures from Greek Mythology, Script writing – changing the narrative of a Greek Myth into a play.

Non-chronological reports: Ancient Greece

Discussion text, Poetry

Scientific reports: sound/light

Non-chronological report: Antarctica/penguins

Diary writing: Antarctica expeditions

Newspaper reports

Narrative: Golden Compass

Descriptive writing: rainforest

Script writing: Golden Compass

Explanation/Persuasion text:  endangered animals/protection of the rainforest,

Poetry:  personification, metaphor and simile,

Scientific reports: Plants

Biography:  Martin Luther King

Chronological report: Civil Rights Movement

Narrative with flashback, Persuasive letter writing, Poetry

Scientific reports:  Earth and Space/ Forces and Magnets, Discussion text: colonialism

Maths

 

UNIT 1:  PLACE VALUE Reading and writing numbers to 1 million/10m, Comparing numbers to 1 million /10m, Rounding numbers UNIT 1:  FRACTIONS Dividing to make fractions, Writing improper fractions and mixed numbers, Finding equivalent fractions, Simplifying fractions, Comparing and ordering fractions, Adding and Subtracting fractions, Multiplying fractions by whole numbers, Dividing fractions by a whole number/by fraction

UNIT 1: GEOMETRY

Types of angles, Measuring angles, Investigating angles on a line/point, Drawing lines and angles, Investigating vertically opposite angles, Investigating angles in triangles/ quadrilaterals, Parts of a circle, Angles in a circle

 

 

UNIT 2:  WHOLE NUMBERS – ADDITION AND SUBTRACTION Counting on to add/counting backwards to subtract, Adding and subtracting within 1 000 000 UNIT 2: DECIMALS Writing and reading decimals, Comparing decimals, Adding and subtracting decimals, Rounding decimals, Fractions as decimals, Multiplying and dividing decimals

UNIT 2: POSITION AND MOVEMENT

Naming and plotting points, Describing translations/movements, Reflections, Showing negative numbers

UNIT 3:  MULTIPLICATION Finding multiples, factors, common factors and prime numbers, Square and cube numbers, Multiplying by 10 100 and 1000, Multiplying by a single digit/ 2 digit number UNIT 3: MEASUREMENTS Converting units of length, Converting units of Mass, Converting units of Time, Converting units of Volume

UNIT 3: GRAPHS

Reading tables/ Reading line graphs, Averages including calculating the mean, Reading pie charts, Converting miles into kilometres, Reading line graphs

 

 

UNIT 4:  DIVIDING Dividing by 10 100 and 1000, Dividing 3 digit and 4 digit numbers, Dividing with remainder, Dividing by 2 digit number UNIT 4: PERCENTAGES (RATIO – YR 6) Comparing quantities, Finding percentages, Finding percentage change, Using percentage to compare

 

 

UNIT 5: NEGATIVE NUMBERS UNIT 5: AREA AND PERIMETER + VOLUME UNIT 5: ALGEBRA

P.E

 

Football, Hockey
Gymnastics/Tag Rugby
Dance/Badminton
or Tennis
Basketball/Tchoukball

Rounders/Cricket

Athletics

Design Technology

 

Framed structure

Bird boxes

Religious Education

 

Creation/Fall – Creation and science: conflicting or complementary
God – what does it mean if God is loving and holy?

Gospel – what would Jesus do?
What difference does the resurrection make for Christians?

Why is pilgrimage important to some religious believers?
Kingdom of God

 History and Geography Ancient Greece

 Contrasting Locations

Polar Lands

Rainforests

American Civil Rights Movement

Martin Luther King

 Science

Sound

Light

Plants

Evolution and Inheritance

 Seasonal changes

Earth and Space

Forces

 

 Music

Cuban Rhythmns

Leonard Bernstein

Mambo from West Side Story

Racial Equality

Billie Holiday: Strange Fruit

Motown

Bob Dylan

Kendrick Lamar

Beethoven: Ode to Joy

 French

Ma Famille

Le Petit dejeuner

A la plage

Au cafe

 Computing

E-Safety and Technology in our Lives

Programming

 PSHE

Relationships 

Families and friendships 

Managing hurtful behaviour 

Living in the wider world 

 Communities and shared responsibility 

 Media literacy and digital resilience 

Keeping safe 

Ourselves, growing and changing