Social History - Were the 60s the most important decade in the 1900s?
The music, art, fashion and some key events in the 1960s.
We will be looking at how people lived and comparing it to our experiences today.
This term we will be reading Varjak Paw. Our focus will be poetry, narrative and creating suspense in our writing.
In Guided Reading Gala class are reading “I was a Rat” by Philip Pullman. Braeburn class will be reading “The amazing story of Adolphus Tip”, by Michael Morpurgo
In maths we will be starting off with Fractions and decimals.
We will then be focussing our attention on Measures and Geometry.
Please continue to make use of Times Tables Rock Stars and Purple Mash Times Tables. Good knowledge of multiplication is needed throughout the maths curriculum.
In science we are looking at Living Things and Their Habitats
Pupils should be taught to:
In computing we will be looking at computer programming using Purple Mash. We will be creating our own computer games.
We are learning about Judaism. We will be learning about the celebration of Bar Mitzvah and how Jewish children demonstrate their commitment to God. We will compare this with Christianity.
For outdoor PE we will continue to learn about athletics in preparation for Sports Day
Yes! It’s our world, our wonderful world!In this unit we will look at the environment and how we can protect it.