1- To identify key religious leaders
2/3 - To identify and know stories of some key religious leaders (Jesus)
4/5 - To identify and know stories of some key religious leaders (Buddha)
6 - To identify and know stories of some key religious leaders (Muhammad)
Success Criteria and resources all included.
Lessons covered: PPT to support teaching of each lesson
To order events in a Chronological order.
To represent the concept of change over time by completing a timeline.
To research the stone age.
To write a relevant question and find an answer.
To examine non-written sources of evidence about the Stone Age
To research what it might have been like at Skara Brae
To understand how farming changed the way people lived in the Neolithic period.
To learn about how life changed for Stone Age people.
I can give at three reasons why stone circles may have been created.
I know that Stone Age people worked together to create stone circles.
I can give a range of reasons why stone circles may have been built.
Content: what was the Bronze Age? Introduction to the new era. Why the change from stone to bronze. What was the difference?
Skills: Use evidence to ask questions and find answers to questions about the past
To know how the Bronze Age was different to the Stone Age
To explain the process of making bronze
Edited the book of Dear Zoo to 'Dear Mr Fredrickson' The book is written from Russell the explorer asking for different pets.
The children loved the book link and it created a lovely anchor for the letter writing topic.
Resources and planning attached.
Differentiated - clear L.O, AFL, Plenary , Adult direction and success criteria.
Children look at a variety of poems
Robert Hull ‘Please do not feed the Animals…
Pussy Cat, Pussy Cat’, ‘Hey Diddle Diddle’, ‘Mary had a Little Lamb’,
Speaking and listening based.
Children recite, practice and perform poems
- Cave paintings
- Stone Age, Iron Age, Bronze Age life
- house types
Many more lessons covered.
English, Math, Science, Geog/History, Art + DT/ Music, PE and Computing lesson ideas.
To support the teaching and assessment of writing.
Enables user to correctly focus on the skills that should be taught for that year group and in that topic.
Ideal for a whole school writing task to measure the outcomes.
2 weeks planning and resources based around the film bugs life - children need to watch the film prior to beginning the topic.
L.O, S.C, AFL and differentiated activities included.
S+L activities and using finger puppets
Inverted commas and tense focuses.
Easily adaptable covering all areas including: interesting web pages, crafty homework, Maths, English and spelling.
Easy for parents to understand with a clear editable template (used throughout the school)