Class Velociraptor

Teacher – Miss Byrnes

Teaching Assistants – Mrs Mellor

Linked governor – Mrs Prew

Information for parents and carers



Narrative – setting description, using direct speech

GPS – word classes, using punctuation accurately

Explanation – How and why do animals survive in the climate they live in?-

including researching penguins, polar bears and camels

Persuasion texts


Number and Four rules of number  using written methods including decimal


Understanding factors and multiples

Multiplying and dividing by 10,100,1000 including decimal numbers

Rounding to the nearest ten, hundred and thousand including decimal numbers to the

nearest tenth and hundredth

Shape- classifying 2d and 3d shapes, angles, properties of triangles, symmetry, translation and reflection, identifying properties of circles, finding areas and perimeters of shapes

Fractions –  Algebra  –  Long division



•         Associate the brightness of a lamp or the volume of a buzzer with the number and voltage of cells used in the circuit.

· Compare and give reasons for variations in how components function,

including the brightness of bulbs, the loudness of buzzers and the on/off position of


•         Use recognised symbols when representing a simple circuit in a diagram.


 Malodorous mummies

What have the Ancient Egyptians got to do with us?

When was Ancient Egypt?

Locate, compare and contrast Ancient Egypt with modern Egypt?

Learn about Egyptian mythology, gods/goddesses and stories.

Learn about the pharaohs and Egyptian society.

How did the Egyptians bury their dead and why?

What was it like to live in Ancient Egypt?



Why are some places special?

Which kind of Christian’s go to which church (catholic, protestant, pagans, Methodist)



Have indoor and outdoor P.E kit in school Monday-Friday



Coding – linking to electricity and circuits


To introduce the concept of pop music and big, historical influences. I.e. Queen, Abba, the Beatles.

To learn to work effectively in groups.

To extent rhythmic understanding to include semiquavers.

To develop rhythm and pitch skills.

To learn how pitched notes appear on a stave.

To be able to write pitches notes from aural dictation.

Art Perspective drawing – drawing an Ancient Egyptian artefacts
PSHE Getting on and falling out

Spellings – handed out Friday and tested the following Friday

My maths – set Thursday to be completed by the following Thursday

GPS/Reading/Maths – Set Wednesday to be returned the following Monday

Reading Records- To be handed in on Monday