Yr 5 – Miss Mycock – Peveril
This half term, we’ll meet people from different generations to find out what life was like in the past and we’ll predict how things might change in the future. Using real portraits from the past for inspiration, we’ll write character descriptions about the people in them. We’ll create a timeline of our lives and watch a time-lapse of human development. By taking close-up photographs, we’ll be able to create our own Andy Warhol style prints and experiment to see how photographs can be changed and enhanced. Smile, please! We’ll write adventure stories about the fascinating subject of time travel.
Our science work will focus on puberty and why hygiene is important. We’ll also create clock artwork based on the style of Salvador Dali.
At the end of the ILP, we’ll make collages to represent our hopes and dreams and create an electronic time capsule that represents life in the present day.
|ILP focus||Art & design|
|English||Character study, adventure stories, leaflets, poetry, quotations|
|Art & design||Photography, great artists – Andy Warhol and Salvador Dali, collage|
|Computing||Digital portraits, data logging, online research|
|Geography||Changes in the local community|
|History||Changes over the last century|
|Mathematics||Time, interpreting data|
|PE||Timing physical activity|
|PSHE||Puberty, meeting and talking with people, reflecting on spiritual, moral and cultural issues, setting personal targets, feeling positive|
|Science||Animals including humans, living things and their habitats|
Help your child prepare for their project
There’s a wealth of knowledge about history in your own home. Why not look back at photo albums to see what your parents and grandparents looked like at your age? What clothes did they wear and what toys did they play with? You could also ask family members about their favourite memories and what school was like when they were a child. Alternatively, you could visit your local museum to look at toys, packaging and other objects from the past.
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