# Learning Map for Year 5 : Spring 2

Learning Map for Year 5 : Spring 2 2016
Homework
Alternating
Literacy and
Numeracy,
plus free
choice. Set on
a Tuesday and
collected on
the following

Swimming

Digital Literacy and
ICT
Searching for specific
to theme.

Monday.
Living things and
their habitats
describing the
differences in the
life cycles of a
mammal, an
amphibian, an
insect and a bird.
Describing the
life process of
reproduction in
plants and
animals.

PE
English

Pl

Recounts
analysing features
of recounts and
then writing a
visit to Hampton
Court.

ICT
Science

Keyboards

Maths

RE

PSHE
In the media, in
the news (QCA)
How do rules
and laws affect
me?
Henry VIIIs
laws and how
they changes.
Was it right?

Easter Contrasts
Square numbers and cube
numbers recognise and use
square numbers and cube
numbers.

and on the internet, write a
page from a health
magazine, analyse portraits,
write a lonely hearts ad for
Henry VIII.

Year 5
Strictly Come Tudor
Music

Statistics solve
comparison, sum
and difference
problems using
information
presented in a line
graph. Complete,
information in
timetables.
Fractions, decimals and
percentages multiply
proper fractions and
mixed numbers by
and write decimals as
fractions, write
percentages as
fractions.

Stories from other
Pearl Dive. Discussing
differences between
the story and modern
stories. Writing our
own version, set in
another culture.

Netball

encourage
each day

Understanding the
differences and
similarities in eye witness
accounts of any event and
relate to the Easter
narrative.

Art

Working with students
from Roehampton
to topics.

History
Who were the Tudors,
lives of the rich and poor.
Why people became sick
and the medicines that
were used. Portraits of the
Monarchy. Henry VIII and
his six wives.
Punishments of criminals

Geography
Taught Summer

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