This term we will learn about Rocks and Soils. We will also learn about Prehistoric Britain from the Neolithic era up to the Iron Age.
As scientists, we will investigate the properties of rocks and explore different soil profiles.
As historians, we will take a journey back through time before records began to examine life in these eras. This will also include a visit to Creswell Crags to view primary and secondary artefacts.
As geographers, will be learning about the key aspects of the formation of volcanoes and including the rock cycle.
As writers, we will write an adventure fiction, acrostic poem, a formal letter and a non-chronological report.
As readers, we will be studying The Stolen Spear by Saviour Pirotta, Pebble in my Pocket, as well as other texts relating to Prehistoric Britain and non-fiction texts relating to Rocks and Soils.
As mathematicians, we will continue to build on our multiplication and division skills by beginning to use more formal methods. Also, we will practise more practical skills, such as measuring and using money. The children will also focus on interpreting and drawing different graphs this term with some fraction work towards the end.
As responsible citizens, we will be learning how to stay safe both at school and home as well as exploring what makes a good friend.
As artists, we will create pieces of artwork relating to Prehistoric Britain and traditional aboriginal art using paint, sewing, pen and ink and clay. We will also be looking at the work of Pablo Picasso too.
As computer users, we will be practise our keyboard skills and applying them through word processing.
As Spanish linguists, we will be learning through the book of the Hungry Caterpillar, introducing numbers 1-15, days of the week, colours and some basic foods.
As designers, we will design a replica Stone Age roundhouse.
As musicians, we will explore how sounds are combined and can create harmony. We will create music as a background to an animation and learn how sounds can be recorded and used together. We will sing some Australian songs and rounds.
As sports people, we will learn the advanced movements of the Chinese Morning Exercise routine and concentrate on body placement. We will start to understand the rules and regulations of Dodgeball. We will develop and improve on our decision-making. We will also start to understand the rules and regulations of Football. We will concentrate on fundamental ball skills like dribbling, passing and controlling the ball. We will perform these skills during match-based activities.