Creation myths-reading lots of examples and writing their own
Use of descriptive language (similes, metaphors, repeated phrases, ambitious vocabulary)
Sentences starting with a subordinator
Use of parenthesis
Summer 1 Curriculum Topics
The life cycle of a flowering plant
Identifying the male and female organs of a flower
Learning about how flowers are pollinated and fertilised.
The life cycle of a butterfly and compare this with other insects, animals, amphibians and birds.
Develop an understanding of water wastage and shortage,
Identify how and why people are affected by water shortages
Understand the bigger picture in terms of issues relating to water distribution and use around the world and understand our place within it
Understanding the importance of charity work to address water related issues in other parts of the world
PE, Expressive Arts and Design
Study different bridge designs and understand why they are strong.
Build a bridge supported by a stable structure at each end.
Compose water music
Learning about angles
What are angles called?
Learning how to estimate the size of an angle
Learning how to measure with a protractor
Learning how to draw an angle
2D and 3D shapes
ICT and Computing
Research the lives of famous botanists, such as David Attenborough and Jane Goodall, and present the information as a biography using a choice of applications
Publish the myths they will be writing using Microsoft Word.
Further develop the ability to create algorithms and use computational thinking to overcome difficulties when creating simple programs.
RE, Global Citizenship and Spanish:
Trips to a mosque, a church and a synagogue to investigate the theme of worship
Compare the different religions to understand similarities and differences