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# Ash 5

## Year 5 Curriculum map

Year 5 |
Autumn 1 |
Autumn 2 |
Spring 1 |
Spring 2 |
Summer 1 |
Summer 2 |

English |
Shakespeare |
Ice Trap |
The London Eye Mystery |
Journey To River Sea |
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Genres to be covered |
FICTIONetting descriptionsS Fables, myths and legends Stories from other cultures Film narrative Play scripts- Shakespeare Diary writin g |
NON FICTIONInstructions Significant authors Reports Explanation texts Recounts Persuasive texts Letters |
POETRYPoetic style Narrative poetry Performance poetry |
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Mathematics |
1. Number and place value ; Written addition and subtraction ; Problem solving, reasoning and algebra 2. Mental addition and subtraction ; Number and place value 3. Decimals, percentages and their equivalence to fractions ; Problem solving, reasoning and algebra ; Mental multiplication and division 4. Measurement 5. Written addition and subtraction ; Mental addition and subtraction |
6. Mental multiplication and division ; Fractions, ratio and proportion 7. Mental multiplication and division ; Written multiplication and division ; Problem solving, reasoning and algebra 8. Geometry: properties of shapes ; Problem solving, reasoning and algebra 9. Number and place value ; Decimals, percentages and their equivalence to fractions ; Fractions, ratio and proportion 10. Mental addition and subtraction ; Written addition and subtraction ; Mental multiplication and division ; Written multiplication and division ; Problem solving, reasoning and algebra |
1. Number and place value ; Decimals, percentages and their equivalence to fractions ; Problem solving, reasoning and algebra 2. Mental addition and subtraction ; Problem solving, reasoning and algebra ; Written addition and subtraction 3. Mental multiplication and division ; Number and place value ; Problem solving, reasoning and algebra 4. Problem solving, reasoning and algebra ; Geometry: properties of shapes ; Measurement ; Statistics 5. Written addition and subtraction ; Problem solving, reasoning and algebra ; Measurement |
6. Written multiplication and division 7. Written multiplication and division ; Fractions, ratio and proportion 8. Geometry: properties of shapes ; Problem solving, reasoning and algebra ; Measurement 9. Fractions, ratio and proportion ; Problem solving, reasoning and algebra 10. Written addition and subtraction ; Problem solving, reasoning and algebra |
1. Mental addition and subtraction ; Decimals, percentages and their equivalence to fractions ; Problem solving, reasoning and algebra 2. Fractions, ratio and proportion ; Problem solving, reasoning and algebra ; Written multiplication and division 3. Decimals, percentages and their equivalence to fractions ; Problem solving, reasoning and algebra ; Number and place value 4. Geometry: position and direction ; Problem solving, reasoning and algebra ; Geometry: properties of shapes 5. Written addition and subtraction ; Problem solving, reasoning and algebra |
6. Mental multiplication and division ; Problem solving, reasoning and algebra ; Fractions, ratio and proportion 7. Written multiplication and division 8. Problem solving, reasoning and algebra ; Measurement 9. Decimals, percentages and their equivalence to fractions ; Fractions, ratio and proportion ; Number and place value 10. Number and place value ; Statistics ; Measurement ; Written multiplication and division ; Problem solving, reasoning and algebra ; Mental multiplication and division |

Science |
Earth and Space Describe the movement of the Earth relative to the Sun and the Moon relative to the Earth.Learn about day and night |
Properties of change Compare & group materials based properties and give reasons for uses based on testsExplain dissolving/ solutions Separate mixtures and know how others might be separated (filter, sieve, evaporate) Demonstrate reversible changes Changes can form new materials |
Forces Explain that unsupported objects fall towards the Earth due to gravityidentify the effects of air & water resistance and friction, Understand what levers, pulleys & gears do |
Animals and Living Things Describe the differences of life cycles of mammal, amphibian, insect and birdKnow about reproduction in animals and plants. Describe changes in humans from birth to old age |
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Computing |
We are web developersComputer networks |
We are cryptographersComputational thinking |
We are game developersProgramming |
We are bloggersCommunication/ collaboration |
We are architectsProductivity |
We are artistsCreativity |

Religious Education |
ChristianityWhy is Jesus Inspirational? |
PeaceWhat different religions/ religious leaders and figures say about peace and how people be at peace with themselves and with those around them leading into the message of Christmas |
BuddhismThe life, teaching and death of the Buddha Buddhist stories about how to live Four Noble Truths |
ChristianityInspirational Christians Easter (forgiveness an d reconciliation) |
BuddhismFive Moral Precepts Noble Eightfold Path The Buddhist community Meditation and Mandalas |
ChristianityThe Bible |

History |
Ancient Egypt |
Benin (West Africa) Contrasting a Non-European society with British historyc. AD 900-1300 |
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Geography |
Maps Locate countries, environmental regions, key physical and human characteristics, countries, and major cities of South America, |
South American Study including Rivers Human and physical geographical similarities and differences of UK region to region within South AmericaMountains, volcanoes and earthquakes , |
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Music |
Drums focus Note and melody Learn simple hand patterns and techniques to accompany latter 20th Century music such as heavy rock Follow simple staff notation |
Drum focus Note and melody Music from different countries/ traditions African/ Indian (Bhangra) Follow simple staff notation |
Drums focus Play and perform, imporvise and compose drum pieces for percussion Write using simple staff notation |
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Thomas Tallis (1505-1585) |
John Barrett (1676-1719)Antonio Vivaldi (1678-1741) |
William Crotch (1775 -1847)Franz Schubert (1797-1828) |
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Art |
Degas Antarctic scenes |
The London skyline |
The river as an inspiration |
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Design and Technology |
Bridges |
A taste of South America |
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Languages |
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P.S.H.E. |
Drug awareness legal and illegal drugs Understanding the affects of drugs Making choices Smoking and Alcohol Keeping safe and assessing risks | Global warming Our changing world Current Affairs Questioning, negotiating and compromise |
Peer pressure Personal goals Understanding the feelings of others Financial capability banking/budgeting/shopping/pressure to buy |
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Physical Education 1 |
ALIVE AND KICKING | Gymnastics | Dance | Invasion Games Hockey | ATHLETICS |
STRIKING/ FIELDING ROUNDERS |

Physical Education 2 |
Swimming | Swimming | Swimming | Swimming | Swimming | Swimming |

Visits |
Shakespeare Workshop | Shakespeare Performance | London Landmarks Walk | National Gallery River focus |

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