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13 July - Learn how to find lines of symmetry.
13 July - To revise how to use adverbs and fronted adverbials.
13 July - Use observation and enquiry skills to investigate how sound travels.
10 July - Weekly Maths challenges!
10 July - Learn how to summarise and explain why Sir Chris Hoy is an inspirational sportsman and writer.
10 July - Learn how to get creative with the music of Florence Price with BBC Ten Pieces
9 July - Learn about the different types of quadrilaterals and their properties.
9 July - To revise the features of a newspaper and write your own newspaper article.
9 July - Learn how and why singing makes us feel good.
8 July - Learn about the different types of triangles and their properties.
8 July - To use alliteration to create newspaper headlines.
8 July - Learn how to use your voice to play a character
7 July - Learn how to compare the types of angle.
7 July - To recognise the features of a newspaper report.
7 July - Learn about Aboriginal and African art
6 July - Learn about types of angles.
6 July - To revise coordinating and subordinating conjunctions.
6 July - Learn how to make music from objects in your home
3 July - Weekly Maths challenges!
3 July - Learn how to interpret information and carry out your own research.
3 July - Learn how to communicate designs in different ways
2 July - Learn how to read and interpret line graphs.
2 July - To understand when and how to use bullet points.
2 July - Learn how to talk about your family and your hobbies in German
1 July - Learn about line graphs and how to draw them.
1 July - To write a letter to my teacher using questions and paragraphs correctly.
1 July - Learn all about rocks, soil and fossils.
30 June - Learn to compare data from a chart and solve questions using addition and subtraction.
30 June - To understand the difference between fiction and non-fiction writing.
30 June - Learn about oceans.
29 June - Learn how to interpret data from charts.
29 June - To correctly use the suffixes -er, -ing, -est, -ed and –y.
29 June - Learn about the ancient Maya Civilisation and why farming was so important to them.
26 June - Weekly Maths challenges!
26 June - Learn how to summarise the text and explain your opinion.
26 June - Learn how to talk about your family and your hobbies in French
25 June - Try the RUCSAC problem-solving method with questions about money.
25 June - To explore how characters are created and write a character description.
25 June - Learn how to use anthropometric data in ergonomic designs
24 June - Use estimation to work out how much multiple items will cost.
24 June - To take part in the National Writing Day 24/7 writing challenge.
24 June - Learn about how we hear sound
23 June - Learn how to order different amounts of money.
23 June - To understand what authors do and review a book you’ve enjoyed.
23 June - Learn about what rivers are and how they are formed
22 June - Learn how to use different coins and notes to make amounts of money.
22 June - To show understanding of a text by answering comprehension questions.
22 June - Learn about the ancient Maya Civilisation
19 June - Weekly Maths challenges!
19 June - Learn how to explain how the writer creates humour and write creatively.
19 June - Learn about computer viruses and malware
18 June - Learn how to round decimals to the nearest whole number.
18 June - To understand rhyme and rhyme schemes.
18 June - Learn how to make structures stronger
17 June - Learn how to order decimals from smallest to largest.
17 June - To show understanding of a poem by learning parts off by heart.
17 June - Learn about the digestive system and teeth.
16 June - Learn how decimals can be compared using symbols.
16 June - To understand what onomatopoeia is and use it to create a sound poem.
16 June - Learn about what volcanoes are and how they erupt.
15 June - Learn all about decimals and how they are written using place value.
15 June - To revise how to write a poem and create one of your own.
15 June - Learn about what happened when the Romans arrived in Scotland
12 June - Learn to read and display fun football data in bar charts.
12 June - Learn how to give your opinion and summarise information from an extract.
12 June - Learn how to analyse and take inspiration from exciting paintings of the past
11 June - Learn how to divide by 100 using place value columns.
11 June - To understand what synonyms and antonyms are and how they can improve your writing.
11 June - Learn how to talk about family and pets in Spanish.
10 June - Applying hundredths and place value to problem solving.
10 June - Learn how to use a thesaurus
10 June - Learn about renewable and non-renewable energy
9 June - Practise dividing using place value
9 June - To revise alphabetical order and how to use a dictionary.
9 June - Learn about biomes.
8 June - Find out about tenths and the ways they can be represented.
8 June - To revise the rules for inverted commas and use them independently in your writing.
8 June - Learn about what happened when the Romans arrived in Britain.
5 June - Weekly Maths challenges!
5 June - To understand what inference means and use it to answer questions about a story.
5 June - Learn how to use simple mechanical systems
4 June - Learn how to solve problems involving fractions.
4 June - To revise the rules for possessive apostrophes and use them in your writing.
4 June - Clothes and Food
3 June - How to add and subtract a fraction of an amount, including distance.
3 June - To revise using apostrophes to contract (combine) words and use them in your writing.
3 June - In this lesson, learn all about food chains.
2 June - How to subtract fractions including subtracting from wholes.
2 June - To understand how to use brackets to add extra information to your writing.
2 June - Learn about weather and climate.
1 June - Learn how to add fractions together.
1 June - To be able use the suffixes -ous and -sion.
1 June - Learn all about life in the Iron Age.
22 May - Identify how an author creates humour and writes dialogue
22 May - Weekly Maths challenges!
22 May - Learn about dynamics in music
21 May - How to compare and order fractions.
21 May - To write a formal report about badgers.
21 May - Internet and Search Engines explained
20 May - Learn how to work out equivalent fractions.
20 May - To add extra information to a sentence using subordinating conjunctions.
Learn about the force of friction and try out practical exercises.
19 May - Learn how to simplify fractions.
19 May - To understand the difference between formal and informal language.
19 May - Learn about mountains.
18 May - Learn how to compare tenths and hundredths.
18 May - To understand the difference between fact and opinion.
18 May - Learn about what life was like in The Bronze Age.
15 May - Weekly Maths challenges!
15 May - Learn how the writer’s choice of words creates humour.
15 May - Painting, Collage and Printmaking
14 May - Find the area of a shape by counting the squares inside it.
14 May - To improve writing using proof reading skills.
14 May - Learn how to come up with and communicate designs
13 May - To write a diary entry based on a person in history.
13 May - Learn about vertebrates and invertebrates
13 May - How to work out the perimeter of rectilinear shapes.
12 May - Can you work out the perimter of a rectangle?
12 May - To identify similes and metaphors and be able to use them in your writing.
12 May - Learn about latitude and longitude.
11 May - Solving problems using multiplication and division.
11 May - To understand what a recount is.
11 May - Learn about one of the world's most famous monuments.
7 May - Learn how to divide a 4-digit number by a 1-digit number.
7 May - Learn about explaining your opinion about a character, summarising information and writing in role as a character.
7 May - Learn about how computers work
6 May - Learn how to divide a 2-digit number by a 1-digit number
6 May - To understand what coordinating conjunctions are and how to use them when writing.
6 May - Learn what plants need to live
5 May - Learn how to multiply hundreds, tens and ones by ones.
5 May - To understand what fronted adverbials are and how to punctuate them correctly.
28 April - Learn about times zones.
4 May - Multiply a 2-digit number by a 1-digit number.
4 May - To understand how to use paragraphs correctly in your writing.
4 May- Learn about life in Britain during the Stone Age.
1 May - Weekly Maths challenges!
1 May - Meet Mildred Hubble and practise your reading skills with Rachel Riley.
1 May - Learn about pulse and rhythm
30 April - Find out how to solve addition and subtraction problems.
30 April - To identify where inverted commas need to be used to show when someone is speaking.
30 April - The Story of Rama and Sita
29 April – Learn about efficient addition and subtraction methods.
29 April - To understand how and when to use apostrophes for possession.
29 April - Learn about states of matter.
28 April - Subtract two 3-digit or 4-digit numbers from each other.
28 April - To understand how and when to use apostrophes in contractions
28 April - Learn about contours, keys and symbols.
27 April - Learn about what life was like in prehistoric Britain.
27 April - Adding two 3 or 4-digit number together.
27 April - To identify and use prepositions in sentences.
April 24 - Practise giving your opinion using these poems by Allen Ahlberg, read by Oti Mabuse.
24 April - Weekly Maths challenges!
24 April - Helping children to understand the importance and benefit of teamwork
23 April - To use adverbs and adverbial phrases to add description to verbs.
20 April - Learn how to identify and understand negative numbers.
23 April - Learn how to use your voice to make music.
22 April - To be able put verbs into families and write them in the past tense.
22 April - Learn how to compare, order and round any number.
22 April - Learn about light and dark.
21 April - Understand what an expanded noun phrase is and be able to write my own
21 April - Find 1000 more or less than a given number.
21 April - Learn how to read a map and use a compass.
20 April - Learn to identify the different types of pronouns and when to use them instead of a noun.
20 April - Learn how to understand place values for four-digit numbers.
20 April - Learn about the skills needed to study History.