Learn about position and direction.Source: CBBC
Art 8-9 Year Olds: 1. Typography
Learn about typography, font shapes and how to design a font.
Art 7-8 Year Olds: 1. Concertina Storytelling
Learn about designing and creating concertina books, and how to add a surprise to one!
Music 8-9 Year Olds: 3. Themes
Learn about motifs, performing and composing themes.
Music 7-8 Year Olds: 3. Graphic Scores
Learn about music images, and creating and performing graphic scores.
Music 8-9 Year Olds: 2. Lyrics
Learn about writing and developing lyrics and how to write a song.
Music 7-8 Year Olds: 2. Musical Structures
Learn about using musical structures, form and the blues.
Music 10-11 Year Olds: 1. Music: Improvising
Learn about improvising, improvisation games, and the role of a conductor.
Music 8-9 Year Olds: 1. Tempo And Dynamics
Learn about dynamics, tempo and how to perform them.
Music 7-8 Year Olds: 1. Timbre
Learn about the orchestra, different timbres, and body percussion.
Geography 8-9 Year Olds: 3. Rivers
Learn about the journey of a river, the River Nile, hydropower and dams.
Maths: 92. Fractions, Decimals And Percentages
Equivalent fractions, fraction adding and fraction subtraction, ordering fractions.
Science 8-9 Year-olds: 5. Electricity
Learn about simple circuits, circuit symbols, conductors, and solving electrical problems.
Science Plus How Sounds Are Made
How sounds are made, algorithms and more Book Club.
Week 6: 15. Maths Plus Ancient Egypt
Kevin Clifton reads A Midsummer Night’s Dream in Book Club, plus shapes and ancient Egypt.
Week 2: 4. Maths Plus Subtraction And Holi
Subtraction, more from The Worst Witch, and we learn about the festival of Holi.
Week 6: 21. Teacher Talks: Maths-– Counting In Hundreds
Mr Smith helps 7- to 9-year-olds learn to count in hundreds.
English: 5. Dialogue
Inverted commas, internal punctuation, writing dialogue.
Science 7-8 Year-olds: 4. Inside The Human Body
Learn about the skeleton, ribcage, skull and muscles.
Week 1: 3. Science Plus Wellbeing
Topics include states of matter, and there is a book reading by Oti Mabuse.