Message sent from:

Safeguarding Notice

Newhey Community Primary School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people, and expects the whole school community to share this commitment. For more information please click here to read our Safeguarding Policy.

You must accept our Safeguarding Policy to continue to browse our website.


Ash Class Learning


The children will be reading and studying  the following texts:


Please Mrs Butler

Pride: The Story of Harvey Malik

Wolves in the Wall

Using these texts as a focus the children will be writing a newspaper article, writing poetry, creating a non-chronological report and writing an alternative ending to a story.


In English lessons, the children will develop an understanding of:

  • 3-ed sentences
  • Verb. Person sentences
  • Apostrophes for plural possession
  • Inverted commas
  • Nouns and pronouns
  • Present perfect verb forms
  • Standard English Forms
  • Fronted adverbials
  • Some; others
  • Then & now
  • Last word, first word
  • Inverted commas
  • Adjective, same adjective
  • 2 adjective pair sentences
  • Emotion word, comma sentences




This term the children will learn all about plants. They will learn the names of different parts of plants, and the jobs they do. The children will work scientifically and collaboratively to investigate what plants need to grow well, and will present their findings to their classmates. Furthermore, they will have chance to predict what will happen in an exciting investigation into the transportation of water within plants. They will work in a hands-on way to identify the parts of a flower, and will explore the different stages of the life cycle of a flowering plant.


Free Math Clipart Png, Download Free Math Clipart Png png images, Free  ClipArts on Clipart Library


Make a whole with tenths, hundreds

Partition, compare, order decimals

Round to the nearest whole

Halves and quarters as decimals


Write money using decimals

Convert between pounds and pence

Compare, estimate and calculate amounts

Problem solve


Years, months, weeks and days

Hours, minutes, seconds

Convert to a from the 24 hour clock, analogue and digital


Angles, symmetry, triangles, quadrilaterals and polygons, symmetry

Position and direction

Co-ordinates and grids

Foundation Subjects


Local study – The Rochdale Pioneers

Know cause and  event of consequence.

Know some important events, places and people. 

Significance of events / people / places.

Historical Interpretation – Look at different accounts of history. Chronological understanding – Know the meaning of ancient, decade, modern. Historical Enquiry - Use a range of sources and evidence.


What are rivers and how are they used?

Identify water stores and processes in the water cycle. Describe the three courses of a river. Name the physical features of a river. Name some major rivers and their location. Describe different ways a river is used. List some of the problems around rivers. Describe human and physical features around a river. Identify the location of a river on an OS map. Make a judgement on the environmental quality in a river environment. Make suggestions on how a river environment could be improved.


Formal elements of art

Developing skills in: design, drawing, craft, painting and art appreciation; making a variety of puppets using different materials, completing a drawing from observation, learning the difference between a tint and a shade and creating versions of a cartoon drawn by a famous illustrator.


Programing 2 and data handling

Developing the four areas of computational thinking. Research and store data using spreadsheets, design a weather station which gathers and records data and learn how weather forecasts are made.


Jazz, ragtime, Dixieland, scat

Explain what ragtime music is. Play on the ‘off beat’ and sing a syncopated rhythm. Play a call and then improvise a response. Improvise or compose a scat singing performance with sounds and words. Compose and play a jazz motif fluently, using swung quavers. Play a swung rhythm using a tuned percussion instrument.

Design & Technology

Structures (Castles)

Draw and label a simple castle. Recognise that a castle is made up of multiple 3D shapes. Design a castle with key features. Score or cut along lines on the net of a 2D shape. Use glue to assemble geometric shapes. Utilise skills to build a complex structure. Evaluate their work by answering simple questions.

Hit enter to search