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Year 5 English

Year 5 English Curriculum

 

Aspect of English

Autumn 1

Autumn 2

Spring 1

Spring 2

Summer 1

Summer 2

Talk for writing

 

 

Writing intention

 

Writing to entertain (narrative)

Writing to inform (non-fiction)

Writing to entertain (narrative)

Writing to inform (non-fiction)

Writing to entertain (narrative)

Writing to inform (non-fiction)

Writing to entertain (narrative)

Writing to inform (non-fiction)

Writing to entertain (narrative)

Writing to persuade (non-fiction)

Writing to entertain (narrative)

Writing to inform (non-fiction)

Text type

 

Adventure story

Instructional writing

Dilemma story

News report

Fantasy

Instructional writing

Beating the monster

Non-chronological report

Tale of fear

Persuasion

Finding Story

Non-chronological report

Writing model

Icarus

A simple card trick

Dangle

Vikings plunder unsuspecting monastery

Diagon Alley

How to trap a house goblin

George and the dragon

Dragons

Killer men come

UFOs do exist

Dobber and the silver ring

Famous Buccaneer Pirates

Toolkit

Dialogue

Telling the reader how to do something

Setting description

Telling the reader about an event

Setting description

Telling the reader how to do something

Characterisation

Telling the reader about a topic

Suspense

Make the reader think or act

Setting description

Telling the reader about a topic

Grammar, punctuation and spelling

Word classes

Nouns

Adjectives

Noun phrases

 

Verb tenses

Progressive present

Progressive past

 

Sentence structure

Single clause sentences

 

Sentence types

Questions

Commands

 

Punctuation

Inverted commas for direct speech

 

Spelling

Rule 37: -cious and –tious endings

Rule 38: -cial endings

Rule 39: -ant, -ance/ancy; -ent, -ence/-ency endings

Word classes

Determiners

Adverbials

 

Verb tenses

Present perfect

Past perfect

 

Sentence structure

Multi clause coordinated sentences

 

Punctuation

Bullet points

 

Spelling

Rule 40: -ant, -ance/ancy; -ent, -ence/-ency endings

Rule 41: -able, -ible, -ably, -ibly

Rule 42: -able, -ible, -ably, -ibly

Word classes

Coordinating conjunctions

Subordinating conjunctions

 

Verb tenses

 

Sentence structure

Relative clauses

 

Sentence types

Statement

Exclamation

 

Punctuation

Bullet points

Colon and semi colon

 

Spelling

Rule 43: suffixes beginning with vowels to words ending in -fer

Rule 44: use of the hyphen

Rule 45: ei after c

Word classes

Adverbials

Prepositions
Modal verbs

 

Verb tenses

Progressive present

Progressive past

 

Sentence structure

Subject and object

 

Punctuation

Parenthesis

 

Spelling

Rule 46: ough

Rule 47: silent letters

Rule 48: homophones and other confusing words

Word classes

Conjunctions of time, cause and place

 

Verb tenses

 

Sentence structure

Multi clause subordinated sentences

 

Punctuation

Commas to mark clauses and phrases

Colon and semi colon

 

Spelling

Rule 49: homophones and other confusing words

Rule 50: homophones and other confusing words

Rule 51: homophones and other confusing words

Word classes

Prepositions

Adverbials

 

Verb tenses

Present perfect

Past perfect

 

Sentence types

Relative clauses

 

Punctuation

Apostrophes for omission and possession

Parenthesis

 

Spelling

Rule 52: homophones and other confusing words

Rule 53: 5/6 word list a to av

Rule 54: 5/6 word list aw to cont