Take roles in groups and use language appropriate to them.
Text Level Work
Understand that different skills are required for reading different texts, e.g. navigating a website, reading information books, explanations.
Appraise a non-fiction book for its contents and usefulness by skimming, e.g. headings, contents list, etc.
Prepare for factual research by reviewing what is known, what is needed, what is available and where one might search.
Sentence Level Work
Scan texts in print or on screen to locate key words or phrases, useful headings and key sentences.
Know the reasons for marking and annotating texts.
Understand how and why paragraphs are used to organise and sequence information.
Word Level Work
Understand the term ‘conjunction’ and how it is used to join to sentences.
Understand how the apostrophe is used to mark possession through: identifying possessive apostrophes in reading and to whom or what they refer.
Understanding basic rules for apostrophising singular nouns, e.g. the man’s hat; for plural nouns ending in ‘s’, e.g. the boys’ books and for irregular plural nouns, e.g. men’s room, children’s playground.
Beginning to use the apostrophe appropriately in their own writing.
Distinguish between uses of the apostrophe for contraction and possession.
Use paragraphs to organise and re-organise own writing, e.g. discuss and plan main ideas in note form and then write simple paragraphs to connect them; use writing frames; note the links to non-fiction writing.
Know and understand a range of rules governing the pluralisation of nouns, including irregular plurals.
This month children will;
Revise written addition with carrying.
Develop a written method for division calculation within 99.
Develop a written method for a multiplication calculation within 99.
Solve a range of multiplication and division problems using both written and mental methods, selecting the operation required.
Mentally add a single digit to a 2 digit number, bridging the 10.
Mentally find what must be added to any 2 digit number to make 100.
Know which unit of measurement to use in different situations.
Choose the appropriate measuring tool, explaining reason for choice.
Read analogue and digital clocks to 1 minute intervals, calculating durations.
Estimate short durations using seconds through practical activities.
Understand area - Estimate and measure areas using the cm2 as a standard unit.
Shape and Space
To understand that co-ordinates can be used to identify a point rather than a wholesquare.
To understand positional language such as, forwards, back, left and right.
This month pupils will learn about:
The terms – Soluble and Insoluble.
To be aware that some waste materials can be recycled and that this can be of benefit to the environment.
To be aware of the affects that people’s actions have on the natural environment.
Global Learning – Environment and Sustainability; Aid and Poverty
Learn how some countries have a lack of water and the impact this has e.g. Water Aid.
Shared Education Lesson 6 - Church Artwork
Shared Education Lesson 5 - Visit to Portadown Baptist Church
Shared Education Lesson 4 - Visit to St Patrick's Church
Shared Education Lesson 3 - Visit to St Columba's Church
Shared Education Lesson 2
Shared Education with our friends from Hart Memorial - Lesson 1
Problem Solving - Finding all Possibilities
Adopt a Street Litter Clean Up
ISAK 9 Lesson 3
ISAK 9 Lesson 2
Shared Education ISAK 9 Lesson 1
Roots of Empathy - Visit Number 3
Roots of Empathy
Visit 1 - Meeting the baby
Water Cycle Assembly Song
Little Einsteins with dance actions
Reach for the Stars Dance.mp4
Reach for the Stars with dance actions
The Mummy Song
As part of their Ancient Egyptian topic P.5 Foxs will perform The Mummy song teaching you about the process of mummification.
Bob the Builder (2).mp4