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What I am Learning in P5 – 2016/17

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What I am Learning in P5 – 2015/16

Term 1

Literacy and Language: Listen carefully to instructions and for information and can communicate effectively with others (LIT 2-06a); Read texts, recognise genre, discuss the main ideas and use information for different purposes (ENG 2-19a); Use VCOP strategies to create a piece of writing, which makes sense (LIT 2-23a, LIT 2-26a).

Numeracy and Mathematics: Demonstrate how simple 3D objects can be constructed from nets of 2D shapes (MTH 2-16a, MTH 2-16b); understand how right angles can be measured in degrees and how this links to fractions and compass points (MTH 2-17c); show my understanding of a number line below zero and have investigated how these numbers occur and are used (MNU 204a).

Health and Wellbeing: Understand how my Rights and Commitments help me to be happy, confident and work effectively at school (HWB 2-09a);

At Broomlee Education Centre I can…

value opportunities to make friends and work in groups in different situations (HWB 2-14a); work cooperatively and support others to learn and feel confident (HWB 2-08a); include others so they are not left out (HWB 2-08a); carry out a variety of activities and challenges in a different setting (HWB 2-19a).

Science: Participate in a range of experiments to understand how substances can change to produce other substances and how to separate simple mixtures of substances (SCN 2-15a, SCN 2-16a).

Social Studies: Caring for the Environment – investigate the threat caused to Earth by global warming and understand that the way humans live can have a harmful effect on the environment.  I can make suggestions about how to live in a more sustainable way (SOC 2-08a).

Technologies: Use search facilities of electronic sources to access and retrieve information and be aware of the importance to critically question the validity of the information (TCH 2-03a); Research, design and construct models to help demonstrate my understanding of a subject being studied (TCH 2-14a).

Religious and Moral Education: Investigate and reflect on Bible stories from the Old and New Testaments through the interactive programme ‘Bible Alive’ (RME 2-01a).

Expressive Arts: Use a wide range of media to represent portraits (EXA 2-02a); Present and perform to different audiences and be part of an audience for other people’s work (EXA 2–1a, EXA 2-08a).

To find out what Primary 5 learners are learning in P4/5H in Term 1 click here.

To find out what Primary 5 learners are learning in P5/6W in Term 1 click here.

 

Term 2

Literacy and Language: Communicate in a clear, expressive way to share information and explain ideas you have discovered from research you have undertaken (LIT 2-09a, LIT 2-10a); Use adverts to distinguish fact from opinion and recognise when sources are trying to influence/persuade me (LIT 2-08a, LIT 2-18a); Understand the impact the layout and presentation will have in creating text linked to adverts and poems.  I can select ideas and organise them with suitable vocabulary, lettering, graphics and other features to engage my reader (LIT 2-24a, LIT 2-26a).

Numeracy and Mathematics: Identify units of time and place them in order and understand the link between them.  Using this information I can carry out practical tasks and investigations involving timed events and explain which unit of time would be the most appropriate (MTH 2-10a); Collect, organise and ppropriately display in a variety of ways, including information and communication technologies (MNU 2-20a, MNU 2-20b, MTH 2-21a); Identify fractions, find fractions of whole numbers and begin to compare simple fractions (MNU 2-07b, MTH 2-07c).

Health and Wellbeing: Discuss how media and advertising can be used to influence consumers (HWB 2-37a); Investigate food labelling systems and begin to understand how to use them to make healthy food choices (HWB 2-36a).

Science: By investigating some body systems, including the digestive, blood and circulatory systems, organs and skeleton I can make informed decisions to help me to maintain my health and wellbeing (SCN 2-12a); Explain how sound vibrations are carried by waves through air, water and other media (SCN 2-11a); Use my knowledge of light properties to show how it can be used in a creative way (SCN 2-11b).

Social Studies:

Technologies: Use problem solving strategies to meet design challenges with a food focus (TCH 2-11a); Explain how to stay safe when using computers and why it is important to not share personal information (TCH 2-08a).

Religious and Moral Education: Explain the key features of Christian festivals and celebrations (RME 2-03a).

Expressive Arts: Produce a range of work inspired by Pablo Picasso looking at colour, shape and form and be able to express my thoughts and feelings, discussing what I like and why, providing constructive comments (EXA 2-05a, EXA 2-07a); use stringed instruments (ukulele) and work cooperatively to create musical ideas (EXA 2-15a).

To find out what Primary 5 learners are learning in P4/5H in Term 2 click here.

To find out what Primary 5 learners are learning in P5/6W in Term 2 click here.

 

Term 3

Literacy and Language:

Numeracy and Mathematics:

Health and Wellbeing:

Science:

Social Studies:

Technologies:

Religious and Moral Education:

Expressive Arts:

To find out what Primary 5 learners are learning in P4/5H in Term 3 click here.

To find out what Primary 5 learners are learning in P5/6W in Term 3 click here.

 

 

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What P5 pupils are Learning in P4/5

Term 1

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Literacy and Language: Listen carefully to instructions and for information and can communicate effectively with others (LIT 2-06a); Read texts, recognise genre, discuss the main ideas and use information for different purposes (ENG 2-19a); Use VCOP strategies to create a piece of writing, which makes sense (LIT 2-23a, LIT 2-26a).

Numeracy and Mathematics: Demonstrate how simple 3D objects can be constructed from nets of 2D shapes (MTH 2-16a, MTH 2-16b); understand how right angles can be measured in degrees and how this links to fractions and compass points (MTH 2-17c); show my understanding of a number line below zero and have investigated how these numbers occur and are used (MNU 204a).

Health and Wellbeing: Understand how my Rights and Commitments help me to be happy, confident and work effectively at school (HWB 2-09a);

At Broomlee Education Centre I can…

value opportunities to make friends and work in groups in different situations (HWB 2-14a); work cooperatively and support others to learn and feel confident (HWB 2-08a); include others so they are not left out (HWB 2-08a); carry out a variety of activities and challenges in a different setting (HWB 2-19a).

Science: Participate in a range of experiments to understand how substances can change to produce other substances and how to separate simple mixtures of substances (SCN 2-15a, SCN 2-16a).

Social Studies: Caring for the Environment – investigate the threat caused to Earth by global warming and understand that the way humans live can have a harmful effect on the environment.  I can make suggestions about how to live in a more sustainable way (SOC 2-08a).

Technologies: Use search facilities of electronic sources to access and retrieve information and be aware of the importance to critically question the validity of the information (TCH 2-03a); Research, design and construct models to help demonstrate my understanding of a subject being studied (TCH 2-14a).

Religious and Moral Education: Investigate and reflect on Bible stories from the Old and New Testaments through the interactive programme ‘Bible Alive’ (RME 2-01a).

Expressive Arts: Use a wide range of media to represent portraits (EXA 2-02a); Present and perform to different audiences and be part of an audience for other people’s work (EXA 2–1a, EXA 2-08a).

Term 2

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Literacy and Language: Communicate in a clear, expressive way to share information and explain ideas you have discovered from research you have undertaken (LIT 2-09a, LIT 2-10a); Use adverts to distinguish fact from opinion and recognise when sources are trying to influence/persuade me (LIT 2-08a, LIT 2-18a); Understand the impact the layout and presentation will have in creating text linked to adverts and poems.  I can select ideas and organise them with suitable vocabulary, lettering, graphics and other features to engage my reader (LIT 2-24a, LIT 2-26a).

Numeracy and Mathematics: Identify units of time and place them in order and understand the link between them.  Using this information I can carry out practical tasks and investigations involving timed events and explain which unit of time would be the most appropriate (MTH 2-10a); Collect, organise and ppropriately display in a variety of ways, including information and communication technologies (MNU 2-20a, MNU 2-20b, MTH 2-21a); Identify fractions, find fractions of whole numbers and begin to compare simple fractions (MNU 2-07b, MTH 2-07c).

Health and Wellbeing: Discuss how media and advertising can be used to influence consumers (HWB 2-37a); Investigate food labelling systems and begin to understand how to use them to make healthy food choices (HWB 2-36a).

Science: By investigating some body systems, including the digestive, blood and circulatory systems, organs and skeleton I can make informed decisions to help me to maintain my health and wellbeing (SCN 2-12a); Explain how sound vibrations are carried by waves through air, water and other media (SCN 2-11a); Use my knowledge of light properties to show how it can be used in a creative way (SCN 2-11b).

Social Studies:

Technologies: Use problem solving strategies to meet design challenges with a food focus (TCH 2-11a); Explain how to stay safe when using computers and why it is important to not share personal information (TCH 2-08a).

Religious and Moral Education: Explain the key features of Christian festivals and celebrations (RME 2-03a).

Expressive Arts: Produce a range of work inspired by Pablo Picasso looking at colour, shape and form and be able to express my thoughts and feelings, discussing what I like and why, providing constructive comments (EXA 2-05a, EXA 2-07a); use stringed instruments (ukulele) and work cooperatively to create musical ideas (EXA 2-15a).

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