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Year 5 Planning 2014/15

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Week 1
Week 2
Week 3
Week 4
Week 5
Week 6
Week 7
End of Term
Year 5
Dig up the past!
Autumn Term 2014
Autumn Term- Medium Term Planning
Literacy Medium Term Planning
Numeracy Medium Term Planning
Diary accounts
Reports/ Newspaper article
Recount (compare and contrast)
Writing leaflets
Fiction writing
History Medium Term Planning
Activities (inc. across the curriculum)
To talk and listen with confidence in an increasing range of contexts.
To listen carefully, making contributions and asking questions that are responsive to others'
ideas, needs and views, in discussions.
To convey opinions clearly, including reasons occasionally.

: To locate ideas and information on a specific topic from more than one source and use them
To respond to a range of texts, showing understanding of the significant ideas, themes,
events and characters, and begin to use inference and deduction.
To refer to the texts when explaining views.

: To write appropriately for the purpose and reader in a range of forms.
To sometimes choose words for effect, that are often adventurous.
To divide writing into paragraphs.
To state some opinions, and give some reasons to support them.
To generally spell words that conform to simple regular patterns accurately.
To begin to use punctuation within the sentence, including inverted commas for speech.
Novel study
Role play
Debates (Celts vs Romans)
Use of historical sources
Using and Applying:
To present information and results systematically.
To develop own strategies for solving problems.
To search for a solution by trying out own ideas.
To check results are reasonable by considering the context or the size of the numbers.

Number and Algebra
: To add and subtract decimals to two places.
To use a variety of mental and written methods for computation, including recall of
multiplication facts up to 10 x 10.
To multiply and divide whole numbers by 10 and 100 using understanding of place value.
To recognise and describe number patterns and relationships.

Space, Shape, Measure
: To find perimeters of shapes, areas by counting squares, and volumes by counting
To choose and use suitable units and instruments, reading, with appropriate accuracy,
numbers on a range of measuring instruments.

Handling Data:
To collect discrete data, and groups data where appropriate.
To use the mode and median as characteristics of a set of data.
Maths Skills (from Incerts)
See Tapas Document
To use knowledge of history to describe the characteristic features of past societies and periods and to identify changes within and across periods.
To describe some of the main events, people and changes.
To give some of the causes and consequences of the main events and changes and start to make links between them.
To show knowledge and understanding of aspects of the history of Wales and Britain and other areas.
To show how some aspects of the past have been represented and interpreted in different ways.
To begin to select and combine information from historical sources to support a historical enquiry.
To start to evaluate the success of historical enquiries.
To start to produce structured work, making appropriate use of dates and terms.
Use of historical sources to research topic (Boudicca, roman baths, gladiators).
Research given statement or question. Gather information. Evaluate how effective enquiries were.
Compare representations of the past.
Create a timeline to show the main events in Celtic and Roman times (lifesize on yard using measurements to represent different lapses of time).
Write a diary of a Celt/ diary of a Roman and compare lives and way of life.
Trip to Roman Village.
Write recount of Trip
Diamond ranking of Roman legacies
Write a leaflet to explain the main changes during the time of the Celts/Romans
Write a News report for different events during this time.
Use Morph booth to animate people from the past.
Use Comic maker app to describe and retell historical events.
Hot seat a Roman Solider (role play activities).
ICT Medium Term Planning
Comic maker to describe and retell historical events
Use of Bee Bot app for maths (teaching directions, and using to create decimal scores for adding and subtracting).
PhotoStory 3 for planning innovated stories.
Autocollage for creating Mood boards in literacy.
Show me for explaining concepts in maths and recording book reviews.
Research from a range of sources.
Compare the information given from different sources (i.e. wikipedia vs BBC History) and discuss implications of poor data.
Use pic Collage/book creator/ popplet to present information and ideas.
Use of Scratch, cargobot and ALEX to explore computer programming and idea of coding.
Morph booth- to animate people from the past.
Use Google Earth to create a tour of Roman Empire, showing settlements.
To show an awareness of the basic functions of hardware and software.
To use ICT to select relevant information from a range of given sources and begin to check its validity, recognising that poor quality data yields unreliable results.
To combine a variety of information and media when creating and developing her ideas, with a sense of purpose and audience.
To manage own workspace effectively.
To explore patterns and relationships in models or simulations, making simple predictions about how changing one variable will affect another.
Long Term Planning
Welsh Medium Term Planning
Create Fact File for a Roman and a Celt using third person.
Use Morph Booth to animate characters and talk about themselves.
First, Second and Third person work (see language patterns).
Celtiaid a'r Rhufeiniaid (Hwb- Roman and Celts pack)
Science Medium Term Planning
Activities- Wild Woods
To understand the main points in familiar situations when listening to a variety of voices.
To respond to speech from a variety of voices by using short spoken phrases.
To use pronunciation and intonation that is understandable and use an increasing variety of phrases and sentence patterns
with some accuracy.
To present information and talk about some experiences, asking and responding and
volunteering some comments.
To express opinions, giving various reasons.

: To understand and respond simply to texts that include an increasing range of words, phrases and short passages in
familiar contexts.
To show an understanding of the main flow of short paragraphs or short dialogues in familiar
contexts by recognising an increasing range of words and phrases and key facts.
To read simple texts quite clearly.

To use suitable vocabulary and phrases, varying patterns and producing basic sentences.
When writing, show some awareness of the reader and of form.
To write legibly and present her work appropriately.

PE Medium Term Planning
To describe how she/he feels doing different activities and show some understanding of the importance of physical activity to health, fitness and well-being.
To sustain performance for appropriate periods of time.
To show improved coordination and control across a range of activities.
To communicate ideas clearly to others.
To cooperate with others and observe the conventions of fair play, equality and appropriate conduct.
Art and Design Medium Term Planning
To make comparisons between own work and that of others from a range of cultures.
To review work, and modify it where he/she recognises the need to do so.
To use a range of materials and methods to make and develop images based on observation, experience, imagination, and ideas.
To control a range of materials, tools and techniques to achieve a variety of outcomes.
Create a Roman Mosaic
Design and paint a shield of armour
Explore Celtic art and the techniques used
Music Medium Term Planning
To work with others to create compositions that have a simple musical shape.
To revise her ideas where necessary.
To maintain a part as a member of a group in a simple part song and maintains an instrumental part in a group piece.
When singing and playing, show control of musical elements.
Research history of Celtic music.
Explore the instruments used in Celtic music.
Create a composition to a visual stimulus (scene) in a group.
Learn and perform Roman rap.
Broadcast musical compositions.
Planning and Communication
: To find and use a variety of evidence, information and ideas.
To plan enquiries.
To use scientific knowledge and skills to predict outcomes of her enquiries.
To follow the planned method, making amendments where necessary.

Developing and Reflecting
: To identify patterns and trends.
To use some scientific knowledge and understanding to explain her findings and differences between,
or changes to organisms, materials and physical phenomena.
To start to draw conclusions from work.
Design Technology Medium Term Planning
When designing and making, draw on developing knowledge and understanding of materials, ingredients and components to develop ideas.
When designing and making, she gathers information independently and uses it to help generate a number of ideas.
To outline what will be made and how to make it.
To illustrate alternative ideas using sketches, models and/or ICT, and make choices between them based on experiences.
Design and make sheild and sword
Design and make a musical instrument
RE Medium Term Planning
Autumn term overview
Domestic Church- Family: Ourselves

Baptism/Confirmation- Belonging: Life choices
Advent/Christmas- Loving:hope
Geography Medium Term Planning

To present information in a variety of ways.
To express views about places, supported with some reasons, and recognise that people have different views.
To find answers to investigations.
To ask and respond to a range of simple questions, and observe, collect and record information indoors and outdoors.
To use globes and maps to find information about places, draw maps that include a key and symbols, and understand directions.
Research and investigate Wales at the time of the Romans, present information using ICT.
Use Google Earth to find which places were part of the Roman Empire, draw a map to represent the Roman Empire.
Create a tour in Google Earth of locations such as Rome, Hadrian's Wall and Pont Du Gard adding pictures to each.
Research life in Roman Britain from a range of sources.
Draw a map to represent major Roman Settlements.

Getting to know you/Transition Activities
3 Facts about yourself (1 isn't true, class have to work out which one).
Match the descriptions (create booklet about self, without name). Children have to match each booklet to it's owner. Include: self portrait, 5 facts about myself, 5 things I like, 5 things I would like to do (better)/achieve this year.

Introductory letter (tell me about your favourite subjects/hobbies etc)
Class Jigsaw puzzle. Each child fills in a jigsaw piece with their name, a portrait and something they are good at and something they want to achieve this year. Put together to create class display.
Class role job applications and interviews.Children view jobs available and fill in application forms to apply. Short list process. Those chosen interviewed by others (once they have prepared some interview questions). Those not chosen given chance to be involved in selection process.
Introduce a friend (circle time activity).
"you're special because..." give each child a class list and ask them to write something that makes each person special. Cut up and read out one a day.
Cycle B of Science Scheme 2008

Lifecycle of a flowering plant
Seed dispersal and pollination
Parts of a flower/plant
Photosynthesis process
Weekly Evaluations
Good assessment of children's writing, informing planning. We talked about presentation when writing in our books and produced model "layout". Instead of writing a letter about ourselves, we wrote letters to year 4, giving them advice and reassurance about moving into year 4.
- Didnt get around to written aspect of lesson. Children, needed to be reminded of lots of the sentence patterns. We looked at placemats, talked about the ones we could use when introducing ourselves to someone new and played games to drill the sentence patterns (Welsh detective, Down the line). Children much more confident by the end of the session, written work to be completed next week.
- Lovely discussion about the story and what he was really looking for. Some insightful thoughts given by some of the more able. We talked about the difference between qualities and talents and discussed the talents we had as a class. Children started to create their tally charts and bar graphs, but didn't have time to finish. Need to finish off next week. Re-cap on Bar charts prior to finishing off.
Transition activities
- Some lovely ideas. The children enjoyed creating a class jigsaw and this is now displayed in class. They also really enjoyed applying for the class jobs and going through the interview process. Job board created. "Two truths one Lie" was also a nice way of getting to know some of the children.
See last weeks planning- Finish off Bar charts and tally charts of class talents.
DM to carry out lesson 2 (Learning Focus 1) from "ourselves" topic
Spytty 5 & 6- split into 3 groups, rotate between 3 activities over the course of 6 weeks. 2 weeks spent on each.
Football- Football coach (every other week)/ Mrs Jones
Hockey- John
Netball- Miss Evans/ Mrs Jones
See last weeks planning- Do writing element of lesson.
Weekly Evaluations
- Children coped very well with this. LA found ordering 3 digits easy, so moved onto 4 digit. Place value activity highlighted those that need to practise with baseboards.Warm ups showed that LA need to work on x10. Move on to ordering and place value of decimals next week. LA start maths groups.
- Excellent week of writing. Children really enjoyed the digital story, and got into the Robot theme. The descriptions were great, showing some good understanding of how to use similes and adjectives to create effect. Shared writing activity was very useful and helped to generate lots of ideas. Children planned ending to the story "what happened next" using comic maker. Some of these aren't finished and need to be completed. Most children finished writing their story complete with ending. Some need to finish next week.
- Completed KWL grids. Gained an understanding of the prior knowledge about Romans. Started to carry out research using iPads.
- Some very good labeled diagrams produced. Begininning to show understanding of the organism.
Weekly Evaluations
- Good understanding of ordering decimals dispayed by both MA and HA at their respective levels. Able to explain how they go about ordering decimals and put it into practice in their written work and in the games played. Particularly enjoyed the ladder game.

- Children have really gotten into the story. Took them longer than anticipated to finish Monday retelling of main events (story maps, storyboards and flowcharts) so Tuesdays plans were spread across the rest of the week. Film story telling next week! Need to work on sentence structures and punctuation in particular next week.

- Some excellent popplets created describing the different methods of dispersion with examples of the seeds that travel in that way. Others simply named the different methods. Recap of last weeks lesson prior to beginning this weeks work was good, most children remembered the names and some of the functions of the parts of the plant.

- Didnt get to do this weeks work as finishing off research from week 2. Children have more background knowledge of Romans now. Carry over to next week.
LF3- Ms McNiven to do, as not chance last week
Forest School lesson (wednesday)
Monday Spytty- See Week 2 planning (Groups rotating).
Weekly Evaluations
- Generally very good understanding of doubling, and good mental ability to double large numbers. Some still need to jot down workings. HA good ability to use inverse to check answers, and are confident with doubling tenths.
- Some still to finish, but re-writes very good with lots of evidence of magpied vocabulary. Next week move on to making up own Beowulf adventure story. Didnt get to do punctuation lesson so will follow up.
- lovely afternoon in the forest, but not as planned. children collected photos and discussed habitats and the conditions the plants may need as a result of their location. Need to follow up and do the work in books back in class.
Supply Notes- Thursday
Monday- INSET (training day)
Tuesday- PPA (see DM planning)
Thursday- Science course (supply in class).
Tues 14th- 9-1:30 JE on ICT course (supply in class)
1:30-2:30 JE pupil Progress Meeting with PK (Mary to Cover)
Weds 15th- 9-12:30 JE on course (supply in class)
Thurs 16th- 9:30-12 JE on ICT course (supply in class)
Topic Tuesday & Wednesday PM
RE Thursday PM
PE Spytty Monday PM
Week 8
Week 9
Week 10
Week 11
Week 12
Week 13
Weekly Evaluations
- Punctuation activity took longer than expected. Needed lots of revision as pupils unsure of some of the functions, CB unaware of the names. After practice LA able to recognise where captials needed, and what punctuation was needed at the end of the sentence. Comprehension on the Romans to be done next week with supply.
- Problem solving was lovely, and the children expressed how much they enjoyed it. Symbols puzzle was quite tricky and they needed lots of time but most got there in the end and all understood the purpose of trial and error in problem solving, even if their answers were incorrect. Maze 100 task was nice. All understood what they had to look for to achieve goal (longest route, with biggest numbers). Not all came to solution but all went through process of trying different routes.
- Needed lots of revision on numbers. Keep drilling in registration time etc. Once warmed up with numbers able to answer orally maths adding questions, by translating in head and mentally partitioning numbers.
Some nice discussions about good friends, linked back to classroom enivornment.
- Day in the life of a Roman soldier and first person speeches as a soldier completed well with supply, many with lots of detail. Some children managed to create Morfos of work which will be put on display.
Weekly Evaluations
- Some good comparisons between film and story of Beowulf. Some struggled with double bubble maps and got confused with layout. Most recognised main differences in plot and/or events. Majority planned new Beowulf story with all main elements of story (O,B,P,R,E). Some good peices of writing, HA including lots of descriptions and some good examples of magpied language.
- good mental addition by majority. At first it was difficult to move children away from writing column methods to work out sums. Used Speed challenge game a lot to force them to do sums mentally supported only by informal jottings (due to time restraint). This was great in allowing them to practice mentally partitioning the numbers to add. HA very able in this adding 2 digit numbers accurately in very quick succession. Similar success with decimal numbers, children not phased b decimla point and treated the number as if it were a 2 digit number.
- Lots of RE covered this week. Children did some lovely work on the qualities of a parent and had some nice discussion about which of these were more/less important. Planned and prepared a lovely KETT celebration to finish the topic which they then reflected on in RE books.
Weekly Evaluations
NAC lesson Friday PM- to scale timeline
Monday 20th- KS2 Trip Caerleon Roman Museum
RE- Wednesday/Friday PM
Welsh- Friday PM
Thursday- Trip to Wetlands
Friday AM- Individual photos
Tuesday- PPA see DM planning
Children completed most activites with a supply this week. Work in books was of a good standard, and feedback from supply was good.

DM to complete
Monday pm- All Saints all souls Liturgy
Thursday 9am- Performance Management RE
SM to observe maths Tues
RE Tuesday PM
Welsh Wednesday PM
Assembly Prep Thursday &Friday PM
Weekly Evaluations
- writing assessments completed for majority. Self and peer assesssments were for the most part accurate. Pieces to be leveled and uploaded to INCERTS.
- All children engaged in reasoning task, and solved to different levels of challenge. Nice way of practicing written method in engaging way. Multiplying and dividing went well, on whole good understanding of place value behind the calculations (numbers move columns). LA able to multiply and divide by 10 but need to consolidate understanding of moving digits.
Not completed due to Photographs and disruptions on last day of term. Carry over to next term.
- Great day at Roman Museum. Recount of trip used for writing assessment. Children gained greater insight in a practical way into topic.
- Assessments completed in place of LF4. Work to be levelled according to descriptors for activity.
Wetlands trip
- nice activities. Mini beast hunting, pond dipping, nest making and bird watching (identifying birds on key).
RE- PPA DM to teach Hinduism
Weekly Evaluations
Monday PM- Class assembly practice
Tuesday- PPA (DM)
Wednesday PM- Class assembly
Friday- ICT Course 9-4 (supply)
Tuesday pm
Wednesday pm (1:30-2:45)
Monday pm
Thursday PM
Friday PM
Thursday PM
Weekly Evaluations
Monday- JE Welsh Course (supply)
Tuesday- JE Welsh Course (DM)
Thursday PM- Hygiene workshop
Friday- PPA (Supply)
RE- Wk2-DM (Tues)
Assessment Task
Monday PM (supply)
Monday PM (supply)
Advent Liturgy Wednesday PM
- Monday-MA and HMA coped fine with multiplying multiples of 10. HA took a while to get the hang of multiplying decimals (through partitioning). Didn't get through as much as expected, carry over any unfinished work/planning.
- Freshstart groups begun this week. Children enjoying work on Francis. Mag-pieing lots of the effective vocabulary. building up to writing own versions. Used flow charts to identify main events. MA used comic maker.
Friday PM (supply)
Wednesday- JE out (supply)
Year 3 Class assembly @2:45
Christmas Pantomime (fri)
Weekly Evaluations
- Children took longer than expected to work through activities so Friday's planning as been moved to next weeks (expect for LA work). Highlighted some clear differences in ability to recall tables. All children using skills learnt last week in multiplying by multiples of 10 and 100 very well. JM and HJ particularly slow in recalling basic times tables. Have practiced these in warm ups as much as possible with these two children. Majority of children now able to use the grid method, with errors only being made in the muliptlication or addition calculations and not in the use of the method etc.

- Children able to recognise features of newspapers, and most able to come up with Headlines that are catchy, short and that summarise the main article.

- All children able to identify countries on their map that were in the Roman Empire. Most able to name countries on the map using an atlas.

- Some excellent reading skills. Children able to pick out known phrases and sayings from placemat. Children created some great letters, with many of them including new phrases and vocabulary they had learnt from reading activity.
Tuesday 2nd Nov- JE out ICT leadership
Thursday 4th Nov- SCIENCE DAY
Friday- Selling of Enterprise products
Tuesday PM (supply)
Wednesday PM
Monday PM
Science Day!
Friday PM
Week 14
Tuesday- PPA (DM)
Monday PM
Wed PM, Thurs PM, Fri PM
Week 15
Thursay PM- X factor/KS2 Christmas party
Friday PM- Christmas films
Mon & Tues PM
Literacy- Re-draft poems and publish either on laptops or iPads.
Numeracy- Mathalendar activity!
Monday AM
Tuesday AM
Literacy- Perform poetry (record on show me use imagery to go with it).
Numeracy- Create a Christmas maths Quiz for a partner. Swap Quizes and complete in books.
Wednesday AM
Welsh- Do Nearpod Placemat Quiz and QR code hunt.
Christmas Card Making
Wednesday PM
Christmas X factor Auditions
Thursday AM
Friday AM
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