Year of St. Joseph
|Easter to Pentecost
Recall the events of Holy Week.
Understand how the disciples felt after the resurrection.
Know and retell the story of Pentecost.
Know that the Holy Spirit helps us to live differently.
Recognise what a Pentecost person is like.
Recognise that people act in a particular way because of their faith.
Understand how the word of God was spread throughout the world.
Understand what it means to be a Pentecost Person.
Mark’s Gospel: Discipleship
Discipleship; The Gospel of Mark
Recall information about the Gospel of Mark
Say what it means to be a disciple.
Retell Mark’s account of the calling of the disciples: Simon, Andrew, James John. (Mark 1:16-20
Understand the context of the calling story in
Explain what it means to be a follower of Jesus.
Understand why people follow Jesus.
Describe what it means to be a follower of Jesus.
|Fractions – Finding Halves, Quarters and Thirds of Amounts, Shapes
Fractions – Finding Three-Quarters of Shapes and Amounts
Fractions – Equivalence
Fractions – of Continuous Quantities
Problem Solving for all Operations (including Fractions)
Time – Telling the Time: O’clock, Half Past, Quarter Past and Quarter To
Time – Estimating, Ordering and Comparing Time
|Double and Halve One and Two-digit Numbers and Amounts of Money
Times Tables – 2s, 5s and 10s. Patterns and Strategy (counting in 3s)
Multiplication – Multiples and Repeated Addition
Multiplication – Number of Groups, Group Size and Product
Multiplication Problem Solving
Division – Sharing and Grouping
Division – Sharing and Grouping Problems including Remainders
|Writing: Poetry, Narrative and Recount,
SPAG: Verbs, Nouns, Adjectives, Expanded noun phrases, contractions, suffixes, conjunctions.
Identify and compare the suitability of a variety of everyday materials, including wood, metal, plastic, glass, brick, rock, paper and cardboard for particular uses.
Find out how the shapes of solid objects made from some materials can be changed by squashing, bending, twisting and stretching.
Use simple measurements to gather data.
Gather and record data to help in answering questions.
Perform simple tests
Observe and describe how seeds and bulbs grow into mature plants.
Find out and describe how plants need water, light and a suitable temperature to grow and stay healthy.
Recognise that questions can be answered in a range of ways.
Perform a simple test.
Gather and record date to help in answering a question.
Use their observations and ideas to suggest answers to questions.
|Programming – Robot Algorithms
Develop an understanding of instructions in sequences and the use of logical reasoning to predict outcomes.
Use given commands in different orders to investigate how the order affects the outcome.
Learn about design in programming.
Develop artwork and test it for use in a program.
Design algorithms and then test those algorithms as programs and debug them.
Childnet Film Competition – Internet Safety video messages
|Why does it matter where my food comes from?
Recognise that all the food we eat comes from either plants or animals and that a farm is an area of land and buildings where those plants and animals are produced.
Identify, describe reasons for the main features of a dairy farm. Understand how milk is used as a raw material in a wide range of dairy products.
Identify, describe the main geographical features of the physical landscape of Devon. Compare and contrast these with some of the human features of its towns and cities.
Explain why the weather in Devon makes it a good place for dairy farming.
Compare and contrast the average annual weather conditions in Devon with those of the United Kingdom as a whole.
Identify the top 10 most popular fruits in the United Kingdom and understand why half of these are imported.
Identify and describe the main stages in the harvesting, packaging and export of bananas from Costa Rica to the United Kingdom.
Explain why Costa Rica is a good location for farmers to grow bananas and how exported bananas reach the United Kingdom.
Identify and categorise fruit and vegetables sold at a high street greengrocer, their cost and whether they are locally produced, UK grown or imported.
Use a combination of shapes.
Include lines and texture.
Use rolled up paper, straws, paper, card and clay as materials.
Use techniques such as rolling, cutting, moulding and carving
|Design and Technology
Design a functional, appealing product for a chosen user and purpose.
Generate, develop, and communicate ideas.
Use a range of textiles, tools and equipment to perform practical tasks.
Explore and evaluate existing textile products and their own ideas and products. Understand how 3-D textile products are made, using joining, templates and finishing to create two identical shapes.
|Pulse, beat, rhythmic and patterns
To be able to beat the pulse of a piece of music.
Choose and maintain an appropriate pulse Identify the difference between pulse and rhythm.
To be able to play the pulse on a percussion instrument.
Develop the ability to internalise a steady pulse (e.g. “sing” short extracts “in your head”)
Know that Pitch means “high and low”
Identify high and low sounds when listening to a piece of recorded music
Use simple changes in pitch to convey a simple story or image.
Cricket and Rounders
Battling and Fielding
The ‘ready’ position
Hitting a ball and keeping a rally going
Understanding the flight of the ball.
Understanding where to stand and where to move on the court.
Reacting to the ball direction and positioning ready for the shot.
Keeping a rally going.
The Five Ways to Wellbeing
Connect, Learn, Be Active, Notice and Give
Meeting their new teachers
Learning about their new classroom.
That God is love: Father, Son and Holy Spirit
That being made in His image means being called to be loved and to love others.
Know what a community is, and that God calls us to live in community with one another.
Know that they belong to different communities, such as home, school, parish, the wider local community, nation and global communities.
Understand that we have a duty of care for others and for the world we live in. (Charity and recycling)
Know what harms and what improves the world in which we live.