**Please Note**

The work below is intended for individual children who have tested positive for Covid-19 and have to self-isolate but are not unwell. There is no expectation that children should complete their learning at home if they are unwell! If a whole class or year group need to change to learning remotely, learning will move to Google Classrooms. Further information and guidance will be provided in this instance.

## Year 3

__Spring Term 2 2022__

**28th February – 18th March**

Explanation Writing: How Bees Make Honey

**21st March – 8th April**

Descriptive Writing: Man on the Moon

**Summer Term 1 2022**

**25th April – 29th May **

Narrative Writing: The BFG

**Spring Term 2 2022**

Please complete enough math’s lessons to last approximately 1 hour each day. It may be that you complete two lessons each day.

**7th March – 18th March**

**Written methods for Subtraction**

- Subtracting 2 3 digit numbers
- Applying rounding for estimating
- Subtracting 3 digit numbers regrouping tens to ones
- Subtracting 3 digit numbers regrouping hundreds to tens
- Subtracting 3 digit numbers regrouping across multiple columns.
- Addition and subtraction problem solving
- Solving word problems with unknown values

**31st March – 1st April **

Measurement: Mass and Capacity

**4th April – 8th April **

Measurement: Money

## Year 4

**Spring Term 2 2022**

**14th March – 18th April **

Narrative Writing: Oliver Twist

**Summer Term 1 2022**

**25th April – 13th May **

**Summer Term 1 2022**

Please complete the links in the order that they are shown below.

Science: Sound

Religious Education: Hinduism

Relationships and Health Education: Keeping Safe

Spanish: Introducing yourself

Computing: Communication and search engines

Music: Pitch

Physical Education: Athletics – Run Jump and Throw (please complete weekly)

**Spring Term 2 2022**

**28th February – 11th March**

**Multiplication and Division **

- Deriving individual lesson facts
- Deriving division and multiplication facts
- Solving 2 1 digit multiplication equations
- Multiplying 3 digit numbers by 1 digit
- Multiplying 3 digit numbers by 1 digit lesson 2
- Explaining multiplication strategies
- Consolidating multiplication strategies
- Dividing mentally
- Dividing using known multiples
- Short division part 1
- Short division part 2
- Short division part 3
- Problem solving choosing operations
- Problem solving with all four operations
- Consolidating division strategies

**14th March – 1st April**

**Fractions**

Unit Link: Fractions

**4th April – 8th April **

**Measurement – Area**

- Understanding area
- Understanding area part 2
- Calculate and compare area
- Calculate and compare area using metres
- Investigate the relationship between area and perimeter

**25th April **

**Decimals **

Unit link: Decimals

## Year 5

**Spring Term 2**

Persuasive Speech: School Uniform

Narrative Adventure: The Robin

**Summer Term 1 **

Biographical Writing: Inspirational Figures

**Summer Term 1 2022**

Please complete the foundation subjects in the order shown below:

**Science:** Forces

**Geography: **Rivers

**Relationships and Health Education:** Keeping Safe

**Religious Education:** Sikhism

Spanish: Speaking about nationality

Art: Creative crafts

Computing: Webpage creation

**Physical Education:** Joe Wicks (Please complete everyday)

**Spring term 2 2022**

**7th March – 18th March**

**Fractions **

- What is a fraction?
- Representing fractions
- Equivalent fractions
- Tenths and hundredths
- Ordering fractions
- Improper fractions part 1
- Improper fractions part 2
- Converting between proper and improper fractions
- Understanding equivalent fractions
- Add and subtract fractions
- Add and subtract fractions with common denominators
- Improper fractions
- Add and subtract fractions fluency
- Multiply fractions by a whole number
- Multiply a mixed number by a fraction
- Fractions of quantities
- Fractions of quantities part 2

**21st March- 25th March **

**Negative numbers and Roman numerals**

- Negative numbers in context
- Calculating across intervals
- Calculating across zero
- Investigating Roman numerals
- Roman numerals to 100
- Roman numerals to 1000

**28th March – 8th April **

Fractions: Decimals

- Representing Decimals
- Multiplying and dividing decimals
- Decimal addition and subtraction facts
- Adding decimals
- Subtracting decimals
- Mentally calculating decimals
- Solving problems with decimals
- Deriving decimal multiplication facts
- Multiplying decimals by whole numbers
- Multiplying decimals using a written method
- Multiplying decimals using mental methods
- Problem solving with decimals
- Fractions and decimals
- Thousandths
- Comparing fractions and decimals
- Comparing and ordering
- Rounding decimals
- Rounding decimals part 2
- Fractions and divisions part 1
- Fractions and division part 2

## Year 6

__Spring Term 2 2022__

**28th February – 18th March**

Narrative: Rabbit Proof Fence

**21st March – 8th April **

Narrative: Sherlock Holmes

**Summer Term 1 2022**

Non-chronological reports: Pandas

**Spring Term 2 2022**

Please complete the lesson links in the order shown below.

**28th February – 5th March**

Ratio and Proportion Unit link: Proportion

**7th March – 25th March**

Measurement

Unit Link: Units of measure

Individual lesson links:

- Decimals and measures to generate standard linear number
- Decimals and measures standard units
- Converting decimals and measures
- Solving problems with decimals and measures
- Calculate perimeter and area
- Calculate the area of rectangles
- Calculate the area of rectilinear shape
- Compare the area and perimeter of rectangles
- Calculate the area of non-rectilinear shapes
- Area of parallelograms and triangles
- Conversion of units for area

Unit Link: Volume

Individual Lesson Links:

- Volume of cubes and cuboids
- Convert between standard measures
- Solving problems concerting measures
- Convert between units of time

Unit Link: Time

Individual Links:

**28th March – 8th April **

Statistics

Unit link: Line Graphs

Percentages and statistics – individual lesson links

**Summer Term 1 2022**

Please complete these links in the order that they are shown below:

**Science: **Light

**Relationships and Health Education:** Money Matters

**Religious Education:** Christianity

**Spanish:** Introducing and describing yourself

**Physical Education:** Joe Wicks (please complete everyday)