Curriculam: Autumn Term
Curriculam: Spring Term
Number and Place Value, Mental Addition and Subtraction: Place value and ordering 2-digit numbers; place value additions and subtractions; add and begin to subtract 9, 10 and 11.
Mental Addition and Subtraction, Problem Solving Reasoning and Algebra: Revise number bonds to 10; begin to bridge 10; subtract from 10 and 20; use number facts to find the complement to ten; find a difference between two numbers by counting on.
Mental addition and subtraction, Problem solving, reasoning and algebra, Measurement: Rehearse complements to multiples of 10; find differences using a number line; find change from 10p and 20p, and from £10 to £20 by counting up and using bonds to 10 and 20; add two 2-digit numbers by counting on.
Geometry: properties of shapes, Geometry: position and direction, Measurement: Recognize and identify properties (including faces and vertices) of 3D shapes; sort according to properties including number of faces; name the 2D shapes of faces of 3D shapes; tell the time to the nearest quarter on analogue and digital clocks.
Number and Place Value: Order 2-digit numbers and revise the < and > signs; locate 2-digit numbers on a land marked line and grid; round 2-digit numbers to nearest 10; estimate a quantity <100 within a range.
Non Fiction: Does Chocolate Grow on Trees?
In this unit, the children explore the Big Question: Does chocolate grow on trees? They read the interactive eBook, finding information and exploring the layout of explanation texts. They answer the Big Question, planning and writing their own explanation texts based on a model.
It’s Word Detectives week! Children take on the role of word detectives to investigate spelling patterns and generate their own spelling rules. They will
- Investigate the meanings and spellings of common homophones and near-homophones.
- Investigate how the spelling of root words changes when the suffixes ‘-ment’, ‘-ness’, ‘-ful’, ‘-less’ and ‘ly’ are added.
- Investigate how the spelling of words ending in a consonant changes when suffixes like ‘-ed’, ‘-ing’, ‘-er’ and ‘-est’ are added.
- Investigate how the spelling of words ending in a ‘y’ or an ‘e’ changes when suffixes like ‘-ed’, ‘-ing’, ‘-er’ and ‘-est’ are added.
Poetry: A Closer Look
In this unit, the children enjoy listening and responding to poems in a range of different ways. They explore poetic language and identify adjectives and verbs in a poem. They draft, edit and compose their own poems and read them aloud.
We are bug fixers – Finding and correcting bugs in programs.
In this unit, the children work with six example Scratch projects. They explain how the scripts work.
Finding and correcting errors in them, and explore creative ways of improving them. The children learn to recognize some common types of programming error, and practice solving problems through logical thinking.
Uses of everyday Materials:
This ‘Uses of Everyday Materials’ unit is about the uses of everyday materials including wood, plastic, metal, glass, brick, paper and cardboard. Children then go on to compare the suitability of different everyday materials for different purposes. They explore how objects made of some everyday materials can change shape and how the recycling process is able to reuse some everyday materials numerous times.
It finishes with children learning about new discoveries which have made over time with a specific focus on John McAdam. A range of learning activities are used in this unit including, discussions, debates, sequencing and a local walk where children work scientifically to identify the uses of everyday materials in the local area.
What a wonderful world?
This ‘What a Wonderful World’ is about the location of countries, continents and oceans of the world in relation to the position of the United Kingdom and children’s own locality.
Children will develop global awareness by looking in detail at the position of the seven continents and five oceans of the world, understanding that the world is spherical and creating their own journeys across the world. Children continue to build on their map skills developed in Year 1 using atlases, world maps and globes more widely, along with using aerial photographs to recognize human and physical features including landmarks.
In this term, children will learn about:
Year of the elephant
Salah 2 rakat
Story of Halima (R.A)
Journey to Syria
Rebuilding to the kabah
Beginning of revelation
Umar accepts Islam
Salah: 3+4 rakah
Life in Madinah
Duas & Surah’s
Supplication’s in salah + positions