JUNIOR SCHOOL

This is intended to give you only a brief introduction to the Grammar School Junior. It is recommended that parents not only come see the premises but also to arrange a meeting with us to discuss all matters pertaining to private education and our school in particular. This ensures that the right decision concerning your child’s education is made. Since it was founded in Limassol in 1975, The Grammar School Junior provides its students with an all-round education and lays down the foundations to help children develop mentally, emotionally as well as physically. The overall aim of the school is to provide a general education so that our students can be eligible to enter any Secondary school, not only in Cyprus, but abroad as well. The teachers maintain a close and friendly relationship with the pupils and each child is treated with respect. Able and experienced teachers, small classes and well-equipped classrooms provide the appropriate learning conditions.

Junior School Staff 

HEADMASTER NICOS GREGORIOU
SECRETARY ELENA PAPADOURI
RECEPTION PAULINE ACHILLEOS

STELLA STYLIANOU

CLASS 1

 

OLIVIA MICHAELIDOU

ANDREA ELPIDOROU

CLASS 2 NONI THEODOROU

ELENI MICHAEL

KATHRYN SHAWN

CLASS 3

 

ZINA IOANNOU

HELEN CHARALAMBOUS

CLASS 4 CHRISTINA KYTHREOTOU

MARIA HASSAPI

CLASS 5 SOULA ELIA

IRENE KRASIDOU

CLASS 6 FOTOULA HASU ANTONIOU

LITSA KILONIS

GREEK TEACHERS CHRISTINA KARSERA

MYRIA ATHANASIOU

PAVLINA GEORGIOU

NIKOS PAPANASTASIOU

KYRIAKI MICHAEL

ANTIGONI PISSIDOU

VERONICA TRYFONOS

SPYRIDOULA ANTHIA

MUSIC TEACHERS ATHENA ALETRA

CLEOPATRA PAPA KYPRIANOU

P.E. TEACHERS MICHALIS KYRIAKOU

KATERINA KRUSOVSZKI

COMPUTER TEACHER RIANA PHILIPPIDOU
SPECIAL EDUCATION NADINE MOKBEL
LIBRARIAN CHRISTINA ANTONIOU
TEACHER’S ASSISTANTS LIANA SHIOUKRIS

PENELOPE APOSTOLOPOULOS

NANCY NEMITSA

PENNY GEORGIOU

HELEN DEMETRIOU

VICTORIA ANTONIOU

ALEX STYLIANOU

Parents Information

Childs Information

Additional Information

In order to enter our Reception class, the child’s name must be entered on to our waiting list as early as possible.
An interview with the parents is strongly recommended. However, it must be made very clear that simply putting your child’s name on the waiting list does not ensure enrolment. Priority is given to families that already have other siblings attending either The Grammar School or Junior. Further priority is given to parents who are alumni of the school.
When entering the school from Class 2-6, a Placement Test is required in Mathematics, English and Greek to ensure that the student is up to standard with other children their age.

THE GRAMMAR SCHOOL JUNIOR

TUITION FEES / ACADEMIC YEAR 2020-2021

MONTHLY PAYMENTS

 

CLASS TUITION FEES

EURO

DOWNPAYMENT

UPON REG.

REG. FEE* MONTHLY INSTAL.
PRE-SCHOOL €4250 €1055 €120 €355
SECOND CHILD €3910 €985 €120 €325
THIRD CHILD €3825 €945 €120 €320

 

CLASS 1-6 TUITION FEES

EURO

DOWPAYMENT

UPON REG.

REG. FEE* MONTHLY INSTAL.
FIRST CHILD €5150 €1280 €120 €430
SECOND CHILD €4740 €1185 €120 €395
THIRD CHILD €4635 €1170 €120 €385

 

QUARTERLY PAYMENTS

CLASS TUITION FEES

EURO

1ST INSTAL.

UPON REG.

REG. FEE* 2ND INSTAL.

 

3RD INSTAL.

 

PRE-SCHOOL €4250 €1700 €120 €1275 €1275
SECOND CHILD €3910 €1570 €120 €1170 €1170
THIRD CHILD €3825 €1535 €120 €1145 €1145

 

CLASS 1 – 6 TUITION FEES

EURO

1ST INSTAL.

UPON REG.

REG. FEE* 2ND INSTAL.

 

3RD INSTAL.
FIRST CHILD €5150 €2060 €120 €1545 €1545
SECOND CHILD €4740 €1900 €120 €1420 €1420
THIRD CHILD €4635 €1855 €120 €1390 €1390

 

Euro 120 includes registration fee, first aid services, yearbook, school trips, insurance.

 

  1. Upon registration Parents/Guardians are requested to present the student’s birth certificate or passport and their previous school documents.
  2. Tuition fees should be considered on the basis of Euros.
  3. Cypriots are pupils who have at least one Cypriot parent.
  4. In case of dismissal or if any pupil leaves the School for any reason including serious illness, no refund is made.
  5. Parents are reminded that a full term’s notice of intention to remove a child from the School must be given to the Headmaster in writing: unless such notice is given, fees for the following term must be paid.
  6. Pupils are charged for any loss or damage caused by them to any school property.

 


THE GRAMMAR SCHOOL JUNIOR

TUITION FEES / ACADEMIC YEAR 2020-2021

TERM PAYMENTS

 

                        PRE-SCHOOL                                           €4600
INSTALMENTS AMOUNT DATE
1ST INSTAL. + REG. FEE* €1840 Upon Registration
2ND INSTALMENT €1380 January
3RD INSTALMENT €1380 March

 

 

                        CLASS 1 – 6                                        €6250
INSTALMENTS AMOUNT DATE
1ST INSTAL. + REG. FEE* €2500 Upon Registration
2ND INSTALMENT €1875 January
3RD INSTALMENT €1875 March

 

 

Euro 120 includes registration fee, first aid services, yearbook, school trips, insurance.

 

  1. Upon registration Parents/Guardians are requested to present the student’s birth certificate or passport and their previous school documents.
  2. Tuition fees should be considered on the basis of Euro.
  3. Cypriots are pupils who have at least one Cypriot parent.
  4. In case of dismissal or if any pupil leaves the School for any reason including serious illness, no refund is made.
  5. Parents are reminded that a full term’s notice of intention to remove a child from the School must be given to the Headmaster in writing: unless such notice is given, fees for the following term must be paid.
  6. Pupils are charged for any loss or damage caused by them to any school property.
  7. Non-permanent residents are considered those born outside the Republic of Cyprus and whose parents are not permanent citizens of the Republic of Cyprus.

Computer Lab: The Lab is fully equipped with multimedia computers which are regularly replaced or updated to keep the students up to date with technological advances. The students have access during their Computer lesson or in order to enhance other parts of the curriculum. The students are supervised when using the internet and software ensures that they are unable to access inappropriate sites.

School Hall: The school has a large hall that can seat 250 people used for assemblies, seminars, conferences as well as afternoon activities such as dance and karate.

Library: The school has a library with a wide range of books both in English and Greek.

Sports Hall: The school has a semi-closed sports hall where the Physical Education lessons takes place as well as afternoon activities such as Basketball and Volleyball are played.

Canteen: The school operates a canteen offering an array of healthy snacks and drinks that serve the children during the two breaks. The younger children (5-8 years old) have separate access to the canteen so that they all have the opportunity to get something to eat/drink.

In Reception, Classes 1 and 2, emphasis is on basic numeracy and literacy to ensure that the children have a solid foundation before expanding the curriculum. Subjects such as Art, Music and Physical Education help the students grow emotionally, socially as well as physically. From Classes 3-6 the curriculum is expanded to include Science, Geography, History, and Computers. From Class 3 onwards, students must take class tests in their subjects and results are part of their school report grades.

Greek: Although Greek is taught in the school as a second language, we follow the curriculum prescribed by the Ministry of Education using the same books used by the public Greek schools. The students are expected to learn reading, writing, comprehension, grammar and History as all part of the curriculum. Greek in introduced from Reception Class and is compulsory for all students whose parents are of Greek origin. For students whose parents are not Greek, or for students not raised in Cyprus, Greek is also offered at a lower level. The teachers will recommend which students are eligible to attend these classes.

Academic Progress

The school organizes two Parent-Teachers meetings, once during the autumn term and once during the spring usually approximately half way through the term. These meetings give the parents the opportunity to see how their child is progressing. School reports are given three times per academic year at the end of each term. Parents are always welcome to the school on any given day to discuss academic matters with teachers provided an appointment has been made which is convenient for the teacher.

Assemblies: The school attempts to organize assemblies once a month for the duration of the school year. There are various themes to these assemblies, ranging from informative/celebratory on national and/or religious holidays or other educational topics. The assemblies take place in the school hall.

Shows: The school believes that theatrical performances are very educational and give every student the opportunity to excel at something other than academics. Theatrical performances take place at Christmas, in the Spring and other specified times of the year. Also Greek plays are performed and usually the school choir participates in all theatrical performances.

Art Exhibition: In the last few years in recognition of the immense talent that we possess in art, a art exhibition is held to honor the founders of the school. The school will sometimes choose the best works of art to be published as Christmas cards or calendars.

Sports: The school also recognizes that sports is an intricate part of education and students are given the opportunity to show off their skills in mini-football and bowling tournaments as well as an annual Sports Day.

School Trips: The school offers 2 class trips (in fall and in spring) to all students of the school which combine educational and fun activities. However, teachers are strongly encouraged to take their students on educational excursions in or around Limassol more regularly.

Clubs: Extra curricular activities are an important part of the day. The school usually offers various types of dance lessons, Karate, Basketball and Volleyball on the premises of the school. Other clubs such as the Green Club and the Choir are also an option.

Dear Parents/Guardians,

 

The Grammar School Junior has a set of rules and regulations and expects all students to be familiar with these. The school will strictly enforce these rules and regulations so that the school functions in an efficient and orderly fashion. Below is an outline of the most important regulations, and we need all parents and guardians to read these so that the school will operate efficiently as well as to be able to protect your children. The school reserves the right to change any rule or regulation if it deems necessary to do so, especially this year due to Covid-19.

 

UNIFORM:

BOYS GIRLS
POLO SHIRT – LONG OR SHORT SLEEVE POLO SHIRT – LONG OR SHORT SLEEVE
SWEATSHIRT – ROUND NECK OR HOODIE SWEATSHIRT – ROUND NECK OR HOODIE
LONG TROUSERS CARDIGANS
BROWN OR BLACK SHOES (NO TRAINERS) SKIRT OR TROUSERS
GREEN QUILTED JACKET (NOT COMPULSORY) TIGHTS: WHITE, BEIGE OR FLESH COLOUR
P.E KIT (ONLY DURING P.E) BROWN OR BLACK SHOES (NO TRAINERS)
P.E KIT (ONLY DURING P.E)
GREEN QUILTED JACKET (NOT COMPULSORY)

 

The school usually changes to the winter uniform sometime in November, but this always depends on weather conditions.

 

APPEARANCE:

  1. Hair:

Girls must always keep their hair clean and neat. If their hair is long, it must be pulled and tied back. Any hairbands must match the school uniform.

Boys must have their hair short and even all over.

  1. Jewelry:

Girls are permitted to wear ONE pair of small earrings, a watch and small chain around their neck.

Boys are permitted to wear a watch and a small chain around their neck.

 

Smart watches are permitted but not recommended. The school reserves the right to confiscate if the smart watch is connected to a mobile phone during school hours. The school will not be liable in case of damage, theft or lost smart watches.

Make-up:

Makeup and nail polishes/varnishes are strictly forbidden.

BEHAVIOR:

All students must behave appropriately during school hours or for as long as they are on school premises (including extra-curricular activities, support lessons, homework club etc.). Proper behavior include the following:

  1. Being polite and courteous towards all staff members, which includes teachers, assistants, secretaries, cleaners or any person employed by The Grammar School and Junior School.
  2. Students must always refer to staff members by their appropriate titles (ie. Mr, Mrs, Miss etc.) followed by their first or surnames.
  3. When in class the students must show respect to their teachers and the lesson by not talking to their friends, shouting out when they have not been asked to respond to a question, sitting properly, or engaged in unrelated activities. Furthermore, eating, drinking and chewing gum and sweets is not permitted during lesson hours.
  4. All students must work individually during tests or when homework assignments are being completed. Any student caught cheating or getting help from others will be punished and their grades may be reduced.
  5. Students must refrain from using foul language at all times when in school. No excuses will be accepted, even if the comments were directed towards their peers in a jokingly manner.
  6. For the safety of everyone, students must not run through the corridors, slide down stair railings or engage in games in the playground that may be dangerous to themselves or others. This includes all games that may require running, balls or games that are rough in nature.
  7. Fighting, bullying or verbal threats among students is strictly forbidden at all times, including after school. Any student violating this rule will be punished severely – it may even lead to expulsion.
  8. Any malicious damage caused to the school premises, or property of another member of the school will lead to strict punishment. Repeat offenders will be expelled from the school without hesitation.

 

General:

RECEPTION – CLASS 2:

School starts at 8 a.m. and all students are expected to be in school well before the bell rings. Students   line up in designated spot and will be escorted to their class by the teacher *. The students must behave and remain relatively quiet whilst lining up and walking to class. Please keep in mind that being late and interrupting a lesson is rude and disrespectful to the other children in the class and the teacher.

School finishes at 1:15pm. Parents are not permitted on school premises and must wait for their children outside the schoolyard. This is for the safety of ALL the children and must be strictly adhered to. The school will designate which entrance/exit you will be using depending on your classroom. Please be punctual in picking up your children as to avoid unnecessary commotion in the yard as well as accidents. THE SCHOOL WILL NOT BE RESPOSIBLE FOR ANY INJURIES INCURRED ON SCHOOL PREMISES AFTER 1:35 pm.  Children are NOT ALLOWED to stay in the playground to play.

*Reception – Class 2 will be sent directly to their classes for this academic year (Covid-19 guidelines).

** Rec/1 enter/leaves from the back gate.

** Class 2 enter/leaves from the front door.

 

CLASS 3-6:

School begins at 8 a.m. and all students must be in school well before the bell rings. Students will line up in their designated spot and will be escorted to their class by the teacher. The students must behave and remain relatively quiet whilst lining up and walking to their classes. Being late to school and to your lesson is disrespectful to the teacher as well as to other children in the class.

School finishes at 1:25 p.m. Parents are not permitted on school premises and must wait for their children outside of the schoolyard until the children are released to your care. This is for the safety of ALL the children and must be strictly adhered to. The school will designate which entrance/exit you should be using depending on your classroom. Please be punctual in picking up your children as to avoid unnecessary commotion in the yard, as well as accidents. THE SCHOOL WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY INJURIES INCURRED ON SCHOOL PREMISES AFTER 1:40 pm. The students are NOT ALLOWED to stay in the playground to play.

**   Class 3 enter/leaves from the front door.

**   Class 4 – 6 enter/leaves from the back gate.

 

 

MOBILE PHONES:

The school STRONGLY recommends that children refrain from bringing mobile phones to school. The school offers free telephone services if a child needs to call home. The school will not punish a student for bringing a mobile to school. However, the mobile must remain either closed or on silent and remain in the child’s school bag during school hours. If a mobile is used inappropriately during school hours, the school reserves the right to confiscate it.  The school will not be held responsible for theft, damages or lost mobile phones.

 

Parents:

Parents/guardians are not allowed on school premises unless it is for official business or by appointment. Parents/Guardians MUST use the front entrance. This is the law as we have a responsibility to protect all the children in our care.

If you will be late in bringing your child to school, or collecting them later, you must inform the school immediately. Also, if a child will be absent, please inform the school immediately.

 

 Nicos Gregoriou

Director General

 

 

 JUNIOR SCHOOL CALENDAR    2019-2020

 

Monday 09/09/19 School Begins
Tuesday 01/10/19 Holiday

 

Monday 28/10/19 Holiday

 

Wednesday 13/11/19 Holiday
Thursday – Friday 14-15/11/19 Mid Term
Friday 20/12/19 Last Day/ Christmas Holidays
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Tuesday 07/01/20 School re-opens
Thursday 30/01/20 Religious Holiday
Monday 02/03/2020 Holiday- Green Monday
Wednesday 25/03/20 Holiday

 

Wednesday 01/04/20 Holiday

 

Friday 10/04/2020 Last Day/ Easter Holidays
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Monday 27/04/2020 School re-opens
Friday 01/05/20 Holiday
Thursday 28/05/2020 Holiday
Monday 08/06/20 Holiday- Kataklismos
Thursday 11/06/20 Religious Holiday (St’ Barnabas)
Tuesday 16/06/20 School closes for Summer Holidays
Tuesday  16/06/20 Graduation Ceremony

During the school year, the offices open at 8am-2pm, except during Christmas and Easter holidays. In the summer after the students finish the school year, the office hours change to 8am-1pm.

Due to Covid-19 we have made some minor adjustments to the students timetables to enable us to enforce social distancing and to generally avoid overcrowding of the school yard at the start of the day, during break times as well as at the end of the school day. This is as follows:

Reception, Class 1 and will start the day at 8am and finish at 1:15pm. Support hours will be from 1:20-2pm.

Class 3, 4, 5 and will start at 8am and finish at 1:25pm. Support hours will be from 1:30-2:10pm

All extra-curricular activities take place after all lessons have been completed and will finish at the time the person in charge suggests.

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Mission Statement

In Reception, at the Grammar School Junior, our mission is to provide a loving and stimulating environment, where every child is included, embraced and accepted and every student is encouraged to engage learning and reach their full potential. Our thoroughly designed curriculum, aims to allow children to develop the knowledge basis and learning strategies that they need to succeed both academically and professionally.

Our goal is that students leave Reception Class as confident, independent learners and well- rounded adults. Our staff work tirelessly to ensure that every learning opportunity is utilised and that children develop a love for learning so that they continue to learn and reflect through both structured and play-based, fun activities.

It is very important to all of us here, that every child not only has a strong knowledge basis in maths, science and literacy, but to also to grow emotionally and be able to build strong and healthy relationships with both adults and peers. Therefore, we ensure that every staff member serves as a positive and strong role model, to whom students can look up to and turn to for guidance and support.

Our school is devoted to enabling our children to learn holistically through play, experimentation and exploration both indoors and outdoors, while making friends and developing social skills and self- confidence. We are committed to providing the best possible start to their school life and bring out the best in each and every child during their time at the Grammar School Junior.

 


Learning Objectives

September

  • Jolly Phonics: s, a, t, i, p, n
  • Mathematics: counting to 5
  • Citizenship/ Topic: Positive Behaviour
  • Cat is Back: Basic Vocabulary
  • Reading: Character Flashcards

 

October

  • Jolly Phonics: ck, e, h, r, m, d
  • Mathematics: Counting to 10, Ordering numbers up to 10
  • Citizenship/ Topic: Our Feelings
  • Cat is Back: Basic Vocabulary
  • Reading: Character Flashcards

 

November

  • Jolly Phonics: g, o, u, l, f, b
  • Mathematics: Adding 0 to 5
  • Citizenship/ Topic: Animals
  • Reading: Oxford Tree Stage 1 Reading Books

 

December

  • Jolly Phonics: ai, j, oa, ie, ee, or
  • Mathematics: Adding 0 to 10
  • Citizenship/ Topic: Books/ Christmas
  • Reading: Oxford Tree Stage 1 Reading Books

 

January

  • Jolly Phonics: z, w, ng, v, oo, o o
  • Mathematics: Subtraction up to 10
  • Science: Personal Hygiene/ My Senses
  • Reading: Oxford Reading Tree Stage 1 Reading Books

 

February

  • Jolly Phonics: y, x, ch, sh, th
  • Mathematics: The Numbers 11-20
  • Science: My body
  • Reading: Oxford Reading Tree Books Stage 1+

 

March

  • Jolly Phonics: qu, ou, oi
  • Mathematics: Information Handling and Time/ 2D and 3D shapes
  • Science: Plants/ The life Cycle
  • Reading: Oxford Reading Tree Books Stage 1+

 

April

  • Jolly Phonics: ue, er, ar
  • Mathematics: Money
  • Science: Day and Night/ Planets/ Dinosaurs
  • Reading: Oxford Reading Tree Books Stage 1+

 

May

  • Jolly Phonics: Blending Sounds
  • Mathematics: Position and Movement/ Measurements and Patterns
  • Science: The water cycle
  • Reading: Oxford Reading Tree Books Stage 1+

 

June

  • Jolly Phonics: Blending Sounds Recap Book
  • Mathematics: Revision
  • Science: Pollution and Recycling
  • Reading: Oxford Reading Tree Books Stage 1+

Topic

Term 1

1. Myself
2. All Around You
3. Every Family is Different
4. Family
5. Starting School
6. School Rules
7. My Teacher
8. Schools in Past
9. Feelings/Respect
10. Toys
11. Toys in Past

Term 2

1. Our Country/Maps/Symbols
2. Local Area
3. Road Safety
4. Helpers/Leaders
5. Needs/Wants
6. Homes
7. Taking Care of Self
8. We are Different

Term 3

1. Going Places
2. Transportation/Past
3. Famous People/Inventors/Scientist
4. Animals and Us in Environment
5. Dinosaurs
6. Endangered Animals


 

Phonics

Term 1
1. Introducing of letter sounds and actions
2. Letter Formation-lower and capital letters
3. Writing
4. Tricky Words
5. Blending

Term 2
6. Diagraphs
7. Alternatives Vowel Spellings
8. Blending
9. Letter Formation-lower and capital letters
10. Writing
11. Tricky Words
12. Letter Recognition
13. Spelling Words

Term 3
1. Diagraphs
2. Alternatives Vowel Spellings
3. Blending
4. Letter Formation-lower and capital letters
5. Writing
6. Tricky Words
7. Letter Recognition
8. Spelling Words


 

Mathematics

Term 1
1. Whole Numbers
2. Addition
3. Whole Numbers
4. 2-D Shapes
5. Whole Numbers
6. Addition
7. Time
8. Whole Numbers
9. Subtraction
10. Whole Numbers
11. Subtraction
12. Money
13. Whole Numbers

Term 2
1. Addition and Subtraction
2. Grouping
3. Length and Height
4. Patterns
5. Length and Height
6. Sharing (division)
7. 3 Dimensions

Term 3
1. Time
2. Fractions
3. Mass and Weight
4. Fractions
5. Volume and Capacity
6. Position and Direction

 


 

Science

Term 1
1. Plants
2. Human and Animals

Term 2
1. Material Properties
2. Forces

Term 3
1. Forces
2. Sound


 

Grammar

Term 2
1. Spelling
2. Sentences
3. Capital Letters
4. Proper Nouns
5. Common Nouns
6. Alphabetical order
7. “A” or “An”
8. Plurals
9. Pronouns
10. Verbs
11. Past Tense
12. Doubling Rule
13. The Future

Term 3
1. Alphabetical order
2. Nouns
3. Adjectives
4. Final Blends
5. Compound Words
6. Spelling
7. Adverbs
8. <es> Plurals
9. Antonyms
10. Speech Marks
11. Questions


September

MATH

  • Revision on what was covered in class 1
  • Book 2A, Chapter 1 – Whole numbers
  • Book 2A, Chapter 6 – Whole numbers

ENGLISH

  • Topic – ‘All about me’ – My body
  • ‘Let’s do comprehension, Andrew Brodie Basics’ (Unit 1 – 3)
  • Spelling on Year 1 tricky words
  • Jolly phonics grammar – silent ‘b’
  • Grammar – Nouns and putting words into alphabetical order.
  • Creative writing ‘This is me’ and ‘My family’.

 

October

MATH

  • Book 2A, Chapter 2 – Addition
  • Book 2A, Chapter 8 – Addition
  • Introducing 2 times table

ENGLISH

  • Topic – Continuing ‘All about me’ – Healthy Eating
  • Comprehension ‘Let’s do comprehension, Andrew Brodie Basics’ (unit 4 – 8)
  • Spelling – silent ‘w’, silent ‘k’, ‘wh’ words and ‘ph’ words.
  • Grammar – Verbs, Sentence writing, speech marks, question words and commas in list.
  • Creative writing – ‘My house’, ‘My best dinner’, ‘The animal I like best’ and ‘My best day’.

 

November

MATH

  • Book 2A, Chapter 4, Subtraction
  • Book 2A, Chapter 9, Subtraction
  • Introducing 5 times table

ENGLISH

  • Topic – Animal groups
  • Comprehension from ‘‘Let’s do comprehension, Andrew Brodie Basics’ ( Unit 9-12)
  • Spelling – ‘ea’ words, soft ‘c’, soft ‘g’, ‘wa/wo’ words
  • Grammar – adjectives, exclamation marks, alphabetical order and proper nouns
  • Creative writing – ‘My game’, ‘Re-telling a story’, ‘My best story’ and ‘A day out’.

 

December

MATH

  • Book 2A, Chapter 3, Angles
  • Book 2A, Chapter 5, Symmetry
  • Introducing 10 times table

ENGLISH

  • Topic – Continue animal groups.
  • Comprehension ‘Let’s do comprehension, Andrew Brodie Basics’ ( Unit 13-15)
  • Spelling – ‘ou’ words, ‘air’ words and ‘ch’ words.
  • Grammar – Plurals (-s, -es), Possessive adjectives and homophones.
  • Creative writing – ‘In the old tree lived’ and ‘Acoustic Christmas poem’

 

January

MATH

  • Book 2A – Chapter 11, Multiplication
  • Book 2B – Chapter 1, Multiplication
  • Introducing mental math which will continue until the end of the year.

ENGLISH

  • Topic – Solar system
  • Comprehension from ‘Colins comprehension book’ (units 1-3)
  • Spelling – ‘ai/ay/ae’words, ‘ea/ee’words and ‘ie/igh/y/i-e’words
  • Grammar – Alphabetical order, adverbs, sentence construction (from grammar Key starter)

 

February

MATH

  • Book 2A, Chapter 10, Money
  • Book 2A, Chapter 7 and 12, 2D shapes

ENGLISH

  • Topic – Continue with Solar System
  • Comprehension from ‘Colins comprehension book’ (units 4-8)
  • Spelling – ‘oa/ow/o-e’ words, ‘ue/ew/u-e’ words, ‘k/ck’ words and ‘er/ir/ ur’ words
  • Grammar – Verb ‘to be’ regular and irregular, Punctuation (Capital letters, Full stops, Sentence structure)

 

March

MATH

  • Book 2B, Chapter 2, 3D shapes
  • Book 2B, Chapter 3, Division 1
  • Book 2B, Chapter 5, Division 2

ENGLISH

  • Topic – Continents / Oceans
  • Comprehension from ‘Colins comprehension book’ (units 9-13)
  • Spelling – ‘oi/oy’words, ‘ou/ ow’words, ‘or/ al/au/aw’ words and ‘ey’ words
  • Grammar – Using a dictionary, proof reading, linking words, organizational devises, question marks.

 

April

MATH

  • Book 2B, Chapter 6, Fraction1
  • Book 2B, Chapter 9, Fraction2

ENGLISH

  • Topic – Plants
  • Comprehension from ‘Let’s do comprehension, Andrew Brodie Basics’ (Unit 16 – 18)
  • Spelling – ‘ear’ words, silent ‘h’ and silent ‘c’
  • Grammar – Conjunctions, Plurals (-s, -ies), word webs, exclamation marks, commas, speech marks, speech bubbles.

 

May

MATH

  • Book 2A, Chapter 13, Time
  • Book 2B, Chapter 7, Statistics 1
  • Book 2B, Chapter 12, Statistics 2

ENGLISH

  • Topic – Life Cycles of different insects
  • Comprehension from ‘Let’s do comprehension, Andrew Brodie Basics’ ( Unit 19-21)
  • Spelling – ‘are/air’words, ‘ear/air’words, ‘ti/sh’words and ‘si/sh/zh’words
  • Grammar – Prefixes, possessive ‘s, contractions, prepositions, block capitals, commas in lists, regular and irregular Past tense verbs.

 

June

MATH

  • Book 2B, Chapter 4, Position / Direction
  • Book 2B, Chapter 8 Length / Height
  • Book 2B, Chapter 11, Mass / Volume

ENGLISH

  • Topic – Water Cycle
  • Comprehension ‘Let’s do comprehension, Andrew Brodie Basics’ (Finish book)
  • Spelling – ‘ei/eigh/ai’ words, ‘o/u’ words, ‘ture’ words and ‘ie/ee’ words
  • Grammar – using a dictionary, present continuous, comparative and superlative, synonyms, correcting sentences, question words.

 

Creative writing  from January until the end of the year.

                                   (Creative writing is done weekly)

Working on story writing on different topics and poems.

  • Paragraphing
  • Sentence starters
  • Punctuation
  • Vocabulary expansion
  • Sentence structure
  • Grammatical awareness

 

ANNUAL SCHEME OF WORK                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               

ENGLISH SKILLS

Term 1

Reading Volcanoes

Language Using Words

Reading ‘Marty Mouse and Cousin Jerry’

Writing ‘A New Pet’

Language using Words

Reading ‘Witch Goes Shopping’

Phonics Crossword Magic ‘E’

Writing ‘Stolen Money’

Reading ‘Goldenhair’

Writing ‘The Day I Was Sick’

Language Using Words

Reading ‘The Olympic Games’

Writing ‘The Hungry Fox’

Language Using Words

Term 2

Reading ‘Honesty is The Best Policy’

Writing ‘Adventure In Space’

Language Using Words

Reading Snowflake

Phonics Consonant Diagraphs

Writing ‘The Old House’

Language Addressing An Envelope

Reading The Big Fish

Writing ‘The Robin’s Nest’

Language writing A Letter

Reading ‘The First Lighthouse’

Phonics Three Letter Blends

Writing ‘A Farm Holiday’

Reading ‘The Giraffe’

Phonics Soft ‘c’ and hard ’c’

Term 3

Reading ‘Bell The Cat’

Phonics soft ‘g’ and hard ‘g’

Writing ‘The Camp’

Language Using Words                                        

Reading ‘The Fairies’

Phonics Silent Letters ‘k’and ‘w’

Writing ‘The Fairies’

Language Using Words

Reading ‘The Shy Kingfisher’

Phonics Root Words and compound Words

Writing ‘Dinosaur Adventure’

Language Using Words

Phonics Syllables

Writing ‘The Big Wheel’

Language Using Words

Reading ‘Dolphins’

Writing ‘A Bad Fall’

Language Using Words

Reading ‘A Bad Fall’


GRAMMAR

 Term 1

Punctuation Grammar 

and Textbook                                                        English Skills Textbook

Writing Sentences                                                       Capital Letters page 7, 13

Verbs (1)                                                                        Full Stops, Question Marks

Nouns (2)                                                                       Question Words page 19

Adjectives (1)                                                                Singular and Plural pages 25,31

Speech Marks

Articles (a or an)

Verbs (2)

Nouns (2)

Adjectives (2)

Term 2                                        

Prepositions                                                                 Nouns and Proper Nouns pages 55,61

Proper Nouns                                                                Verbs pages 67,73

Paragraphs                                                                     Alphabetical Order pages 37,43

Singular and Plural                                                       Additional Grammar

Verbs(Past and Present)                                              Tenses

Using Commas                                                               Paragraphs

Commas

Term 3

Singular and Plural                                                        Comparative/Superlative page 49

Exclamation Marks                                                       Root words Page 84

Connectives                                                                    Verbs pages 67, 74

Verbs (to be)                                                                  Adjectives pages 79,85

Two, To, Too, Its, It’s page 91


COMPREHENSION                                                      

Term 1       

Unit 1Monkey Business

Unit 2: Caterpillars

Unit 3: Working On A Farm

Unit 4: The Cow

Unit 5: Looking At Books

Unit 6: Gumdrop Has A Birthday

Unit 7: An Ant’s Nest

Term 2

Unit 8: Thunder and Lightning

Unit 9: The Lion and the Mouse

Unit 10: The Dragon’s Cold

Progress Unit A: Crash!

Unit 11: Fun On Bikes

Unit 12: The Owl Who Was Afraid of the Dark

Unit 13: Lost in the Zoo

Unit 14: The Tale of Peter Rabbit

Term 3

Unit 15: On Holiday

Unit 16: Roger the Dog

Unit 17: Gran’s New House

Unit 18: Hot Dog Harris

Unit 19: Funny Feeders

Unit 20: Mrs Wobble the Waitress

Progress Unit B: The Golly Sisters go West


SPELLING

Nelson Spelling: Pupil Book 3

Term1

Unit 1 : sp, spr

Unit 2: all, al

Unit 3: soft c

Unit 4: Silent letters b and k

Unit 5: le, el, al, il endings

Unit 6: Some y endings

Unit 7: Making Plurals

Unit 8: y + er,  y + est

Unit 9: ing , ed

Term 2

Unit 10: Soft g, e, dge

Unit 11: wa, qua

Unit 12: tion, ation

Unit 13: sion

Unit 14: adding suffixes

Check Up 1

Unit 15: contractions

Unit 16: homophones

Unit 17 : silent letters o, h and c

Unit 18: ei, y and other tricky words

Term 3

Unit 19: ous

Unit 20: dis, mis, in, im, il, ir

Unit 21: un, de, re, pre, non

Unit 22: ly ending

Unit 23: sure, ture

Unit 24: wh, ph

Unit 25: compound words

Unit 26: silent w

Unit 27: words in words

Unit 28: dictionary work


MATHEMATICS

Term 1

Chapter 1: Whole Numbers

Chapter 3: Addition

Chapter 5: Subtraction

Chapter 7: Measure 1

Chapter 8: 2D and 3D Shapes

Term 2

Chapter 9: Multiplication

Chapter 11: Division 1

Chapter 13: Division 2

Chapter 15: Division 3

Chapter 4: Time 1

Chapter 12: Time 2                                                                               

Term 3

Chapter 16: Fractions 1

Chapter 18: Fractions 2

Chapter 2: Angles

Chapter 6: Money

Chapter 10: Measure 2

Chapter 14: Statistics

Chapter 17: The 4 Operations


GEOGRAPHY

What Is a Globe?

What is a Map?

A World Map

The Continents

Latitude and Longitude

Intermediate Directions

A Map Grid

A Map Key

Pictures and Plans

A Neighbourhood Plan

Transportation Routes in a Town

Recycling


HISTORY

Ancient Egypt Introduction

Timeline

The River Nile

Clothing and Jewellery

Daily life

Egyptian Rulers/Leaders

Religion: The Gods

Mummification

Tombs

Tutankhamun

Architecture: The Pyramids, The Sphinx, Obelisks

Language: Hieroglyphic Alphabet

Halloween

Guy Fawkes


SCIENCE (Topics)

Flowering Plants

The Rainforest

Rainforest Animals

Teeth and Eating

Dinosaurs


HANDWRITING

Targeting Handwriting- Learning the cursive formation of each letter

KS2 Cursive Handwriting Further Practice Sheets

KS2 Cursive: Fluency, Style and Speed Practice

Handwriting is practiced on a daily basis

 

GRAMMAR FOCUS and English Skills

*including supplementary worksheets

 

September FOCUS
1st -4th Unit 1 Parts of speech

Unit 2 Nouns

7-11th Unit 3 Verbs

Unit 4 sentences and Phrases

14th – 18th Unit 5 Adjectives and worksheets
21st – 25th Unit 6 subject & verb

Unit 7 nouns (singular and plural)

28th 2nd Unit 8 Exclamation Marks

Unit 9 verbs (past & present)

October
5th– 9th Unit 10 Adverbs

Progress unit A

12th – 16th REVISION
19th – 23rd TEST

Unit 11 Pronouns

26th – 30th Unit 12 Main Clauses

Unit 13 Adjectives

November
2nd –  6th Unit 14 Prepositions

Unit 15 Adjectives (Comparatives and Superlatives)

9th – 13th Unit 16 Prefixes

Unit 17 Apostrophes

16th – 20th Unit 18 Paragraphs

Unit 19 Direct Speech

23rd – 27th Unit 20 Commas

Progress Unit B

30th – 4thdec Revision of Unit 11-20
December
7th – 11th Test of Unit 11-20

Christmas Language Activities

14th – 18th Christmas Language Activities
ENGLISH SKILLS: COMPREHENSION, GRAMMAR, VOCABULARY , CREATIVE WRITING
January
7th-8th Key comprehension unit 33 computer health
11th– 15th Page 4-5 The Woodcutter

Page 6 -9) Phonics, Punctuation , vocabulary, writing

18th– 22nd Pages 10-15 Echo

Phonics, capital letters, vocabulary

25th-29th Pages 16-21 Tutankhamen

Grammar have, has, did, done

Capital letters

Vocabulary

Writing

February
1st – 5th Pages 22-27 White Shark

Grammar

Punctuation

Writing

Vocabulary

8th– 12th Pages 28-33 The Hummingbird

Adjectives

Grammar: To, Two, Too – There, their – Where, were

Vocabulary

15th-19th Pages 34-39 The Matchgirl

Vocabulary

Grammar: Plurals and verbs

Writing

22nd – 26th Pages 40-45 Boeing 747

Vocabulary

Grammar: Masculine and Feminine – Collective Nouns

March
1st – 5th GRAMMAR REVISION FROM ABOVE
8th– 12th GRAMMAR TEST FROM ABOVE

Pages 46-51 One Man’s Horse

Vocabulary

Grammar- Nouns/Opposites

Writing

15th – 19th Pages 52-57 Polar Bear

Grammar –Nouns, similes

Vocabulary

Writing

22nd – 26th Pages 58-63 Walk on the Moon

Grammar – Adjectives, on, of, off, its. It’s, our, are

Writing

29th – 2ndApril Pages 64-69 Planet Problem

Grammar : homonyms , verbs ,

Vocabulary

Creative writing

April
5th – 9th Solar system project
12th – 16th Pages 70-75 Tyrannosaurus

Grammar speech marks

Vocabulary

Creative writing

19th -23rd Dinosaur project

Comprehension

Research

May
10th – 14th Grammar revision

Comprehension test

17th – 21st Grammar test

Pages 76-81 Dako

Grammar suffixes

Vocabulary

Creative writing

24th – 28th Pages 82-87 The Marrog

Grammar adjectives, adverbs

Vocabulary

Creative writing

31st – 4thJune  Pages 88-93 Everest

Grammar adverbs, verbs, past-passed

Vocabulary

Creative writing

June
7th – 11th Rainforest project

Comprehension – research

14th – 18th Countries project
21st – 25th Countries project

Pages 94-96

YEAR 5 – TERM 1

ENGLISH MATHS SCIENCE HISTORY GEOGRAPHY
Grammar

Focus

Unit 1 – Parts of Speech

Unit 3 – Verbs

Unit 4 – Auxillary Verbs

Unit 5 – Adjectives

Unit 6 – Adverbs

Unit 7 – Apostrophes

Unit 8 – Nouns (singular and plural)

Unit 10 – Pronouns

English Skills

To, too, two

Capital letters

A and an

Sounds

Nouns common and proper

Gender

Subject and Verb agreement

Conjunctions

Singular and plural

I and me

Prefixes

Pronouns

Chapter 1

Whole numbers

Chapter 2

Addition & Subtraction

Chapter 4

Multiplication & Division

Long Division

 

 

Keeping Healthy Explorers

Maps and Marvels

The Spice lands

Monsters and Terrors of the Unknown

Life at Sea

Finding the Way

Christopher Columbus

Vasco Da Gama

Ferdinand Magellan

Water

 

Comprehension

Nelson Units 1 – 10

English Skills

Spelling

Units 1 – 10

English Skills

Handwriting

Pages 1 – 20

Creative Writing

All about me

Diary

Interesting Animals

Proof reading

Fairy tales

Writing a letter and addressing an envelope

Story writing

 

 

YEAR 5 – TERM 2

ENGLISH MATHS SCIENCE HISTORY GEOGRAPHY
Grammar

Focus

Unit 11 – Subject, Verb and object

Unit 12 – Possessive Nouns

Unit 13 – Possessive adjectives & Possessive pronouns

Unit 14 – Phrases

Unit 16 – Subject and verb agreement

Unit 17 – Prepositions

 

English Skills

Suffixes

There or their

Adjectives

Homonyms

Vocabulary

Verbs

Learn of teach

Tenses

Participles

Phrases

Adverbs

Quotation Marks

Similes

Chapter 5

Negative numbers

Chapter 7

Special numbers

Chapter 11

Fractions 1

Chapter 16

Fractions (2)

Chapter 6

Measure

Chapter 9

Decimals

Chapter 13

Percentages

 

 

 

 

Gases Around Us Explorers

The Aztec Way of Life

Gods

Education

Where did the Aztecs live?

The Spanish Conquerors

The End of the Aztec Empire

The Spanish Empire

 

 

Coasts

 

 

Comprehension

Units 21 – 32

English Skills

Spelling

Units 11 – 21

Handwriting

Pages 21 – 40

Creative writing

Story writing

Letter writing

A Visit

Newspaper Advertisement

 

 

 

YEAR 5 – TERM 3

ENGLISH MATHS SCIENCE HISTORY GEOGRAPHY
Grammar                             

Focus

Unit 18 – Clauses

Unit 19 – Indirect Speech

Unit 20 – Verbs (future tense)

Unit 2 – Types of Sentence

Unit 15 – Paragraphs

 

English Skills

Other words for Walked or Went

Commas

Language

The apostrophe

Of and Off

Contractions

Has and Have

Conjunctions

Do or Does

Abbreviations

Prepositions

Vocabulary

 

Chapter 3

Angles (1)

Chapter 8

Angles (2)

Chapter 10

2D & 3D Shape

Chapter 12

Coordinates

Chapter 14

Measure (2)

Chapter 15

Algebra

Chapter 17

Time

 

 

 

The Solar System

(Earth, Sun and Moon)

Changing Sounds

Explorers

Exploration and Encounters

Aztec Society

Montezuma and Cortes

South America Today

 

Coastal Settlements

 

Comprehension

Units 11 – 21

English Skills

Spelling

Units 21 -28

Handwriting

Pages 41 – 56

Creative Writing

Book review

Things that make me mad

Story writing

Proof Reading

 

 

 

 

MONTH

MATHEMATICS ENGLISH SIENCES HISTORY

GEOGRAPHY

SEPTEMBER

 

Chapter 1: Addition and Subtraction of whole numbers

Chapter 2: Multiplication and division with whole numbers

 

GRAMMAR: Unit 1: Singular and Plural

Unit 2: Pronouns and adjectives

Unit 3: VERBS – Tenses

Unit 4: Sentences: Direct Speech

Unit 5: Adverbs-clauses

Unit 6: Nouns – possessive

Unit 7: Sentences: Direct Speech

Supplementary material: English Skills

SPELLING:

Unit 1: Simple Plurals

Unit 2: Tricky Plurals

Unit 3: Using Prefixes

Unit 4: Using suffixes

Unit 5: Using suffixes

COMPREHENSION:

E.skills – Fiction

Comprehension Book-factual,

Fiction, Autobiography

WRITING:

LETTER

Introduction to Narratives

Narrative

Introduction to Ist and 3rd person

Introduction to biographies

UNIT 1: Human Organs and Systems

1.Where are our Major Organs?

2.What do our major organs do?

3. What happens if our major organs don’t work.

4.What happens if our major organs don’t work.

TUDORS

The War of the Roses

The Tudors

Life in the Country

Town life

Henry VIII

Unit 1: RIVERS

Where does water come from?

Where rivers begin

Down to the coast

Rivers and People

River Nile

OCTOBER

 

 

Chapter 4: Numbers and patterns

Chapter 6: Parts of a whole

 

Grammar:

8.Sentences: SUBJECT –predicate

15. Sentences: subject – Predicate

9.Homophones

13.Homonyms

 

Spelling:

Unit 6: Maths and Science words

Unit 7: ph words

 

Comprehension:

E.skills: factual

Comprehension Book: Factual –narrative, Fiction

Writing: Diary entries

Adventure story (link comprehension)

Setting descriptions

Character descriptions

5. Scientific names for the major organs.

 

UNIT 3: FOOD CHAINS

1.Along the Chain we go

New Ideas and lands

Tools and Inventions

Break with Rome

 

Thomas More

Elizabeth I

The River Amazon

The Murray River

Polluted Rivers

 

NOVEMBER

 

Chapter 7: Addition and subtraction of fractions and decimals

Chapter 8-DECIMALS

 

Grammar:

10.Verbs: Suffixes

11. Adjectives

12.Pronouns

14. Punctuation: Apostrophe

19. Punctuation: Comma

Spelling:

Unit 8: Tricky words

Unit 9: Word Roots

Unit 10: Word Origins

Unit 11: Unstressed letters

Comprehension:

Comprehension Book – Non Fiction, Fiction

E.SKILLS: Narrative

Writing:

Narrative set out.

Descriptive

POETRY

2. Along the Chain we go

3. It all begins with sunlight: The Sun provides energy…

4. It all begins with sunlight

a.     We can use pyramids….

b.     Pyramids of numbers

5.Producers and Consumers

Elizabethans at Sea

 

Unit 2: MOUNTAINS

How are mountains formed

Mountains and the weather

The Himalayas

The Andes

DECEMBER

 

 

CHAPTER 8-DECIMALS

 

Grammar:

16. Pronouns

17. Sentences: Clauses

Spelling:

Unit 13: Geography History Words

Unit 14:  ent, ence, ant, ance Words

Comprehension: Christmas narrative

Writing: Poetry, Christmas story

Predators and prey

Different habitats and Food Chains

Different habitats and different food chains.

The Spanish armada

Theatres

SHAKESPEARE

Mountains and Tourism

 

JANUARY Chapter 10: Geometry Grammar:

Unit 18: Auxilary Verbs

Unit 24 : VERBS

Unit 20: Paragraphs

Unit 21-VERBS prefixes

Spelling:

UNIT 15: Silent Letters

Unit 16: Useful connectives

Comprehension:

E.Skills –

Comprehension Book- Fiction/Non-Fiction

Writing:

Narrative – Christmas –Recall/Factual

Setting description – Book Study

Character description – Book Study

 

 

UNIT 5: CARING FOR THE ENVIRONMENT

Looking after our world-Find out how humans have positive and negative effects on environment.

VICTORIANS

The Victorian Age.

The Spread of Steam Power.

Prison + Workhouse

 

UNIT 3: COASTS

Changing coastlines.

Sand Dunes and people

Buildings on the coasts

 

FEBRUARY Chapter 12: Triangles Grammar:

Unit 22: Confusing Words

Unit 23: Adverbs

Unit 25: Sentences Clauses

Unit 26: Punctuation- Commas

Unit 27: Punctuation

 

Spelling:

Unit 17: Homophones

Unit 18: er, ar, or endings.

Unit 19: ery, ary, ory endings

Comprehension:

E.Skills-

Comprehension Book: Fiction/non-fiction

Writing:

1st Person narrative

Letter: Friendly-Formal

Looking after our world-Find out how humans have positive and negative effects on environment. The Railways

Navvies at work

Homes of the Poor

Crime

Using the coast

Holding Back the sea.

Threats to Coasts

MARCH Chapter 15: Parallel Lines Grammar:

BOOK 6

Unit 1 + 2: Sentences

UNIT 3 – Homophones and Homonyms

UNIT 4 – Pronouns

UNIT 5 – Verbs -auxiliary

UNIT 6 –Sentences –relative clauses

Spelling:

Unit 20: tricky words

Unit 21: British English or American English?

Unit 22: a +double letters

 

Comprehension:

E.skills- pg 40

Comprehension Book

Writing:

POETRY

ARTICLE/REPORT

Energy

Recycling

Littering

 

UNIT 6: Mass and Weight

Gravity is Force

Weight is measured in Newtons.

 

 

Victorian Workers

Work for Women and children.

UNIT 4: CITIES

The growth of Cities

Nairobi,Kenya

 

APRIL Chapter 14: Area and Perimeter Grammar:

UNIT 7 – VERBS – Tenses

UNIT 8 – Sentences Multi-clauses

Unit 10 – Sentences

UNIT 9- Confusing Words

UNIT 14 – Confusing Words

Spelling:

Unit 23: ie, ei

Unit 24: more unstressed vowels

Comprehension:

E.skills: pg

Comprehension Book;

Writing:

Summary

Comparative writing

Mass and Weight

Use units of force, mass and weight.

Identify the direction in which forces act

Young Chimney sweeps

Better conditions for workers.

At war with the Boers.

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Tokyo, Japan

MAY Chapter 17: formulas Grammar:

Unit 16: Sentences Direct Speech

Unit 17 ¬ Verbs Modal

Unit 18- Verbs

Unit 23 –Verbs

Spelling:

Unit 25: tricky words

Unit 26: using a dictionary

Comprehension:

E.skills:

Comprehension Book

Writing:

Book study

Memories(Recall)

Use units of force, mass and weight.

Identify the direction in which forces act

 

Masters and servants

Schools

 

UNIT 5: Food and Famine

Food and people

How does hunger affect people?

JUNE Chapter 21: Equations Grammar:

Unit 20-Sentences

Unit 26 – Sentences

Unit 24:  Standard English – Double negatives.

Unit 15:Punctuation

Unit 25: Hyphen

Spelling:

UNIT 27: Tricky Words

UNIT 28: Using a dictionary

Comprehension:

E.skills,

Comprehension Book

Writing:

BOOK REPORT

Know and Understand the idea of energy in movement. Food and Drink

Pleasures and Pastimes

Science and Fun(ART link)

Famines caused by nature.

Famines caused by people.

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