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Miss Barnett


Miss Hendricks


Mrs Roy

Teaching Assistant

Mrs Jain

SEN Teaching Assistant

Mrs Sprague

SEN Teaching Assistant

Mrs Stephens

Interventions Teacher

Mrs Morris

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  Our PE days are Monday and Friday.

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Our book change day is a Wednesday.

Our class book is:

Planet Omar by Zanib Mian

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Term 4 Summary

Our topic this term is ‘What a Wonderful World’, we will be focussing on volcanoes and why people would want to live near one and what an earthquake is. Towards the end of term we will be observing and recording different rocks around the school and then discuss our findings. 

Our key questions are: 

How is the Earth constructed?

Where are mountains found?

Why and where do we get volcanoes?

What are the effects of volcanic eruption?

What are earthquakes and where do we get them?

Where have the rocks around school come from? 


In Science this term we will be learning about rocks and soils and this will also include looking at how fossils are made. 

We will also be learning about Barbara Hepsworth in Art and making our own sculptures from clay, cardboard and even a bar of soap!

This term we will be having sports coaches on a Monday afternoon to teach us sports. For our indoor sports we will be building upon our gymnastics skills. 

We will also be preparing for and performing our class assembly during Week 2 of the term.In the last week of term we will be going back to the forest back to the Forest School. 


Term 3 Summary

Our topic this term is ‘Prehistoric People from the Past’ and will focus on the changes between Stone Age Britain, through the Bronze Age and into the Iron Age. Understanding chronology and using timelines will be a key skill being developed and there will be some exciting sessions learning about places and people from these periods. Our key questions are:

How long ago did prehistoric man live?

What does Skara Brae tell us about life in the Stone Age?

Who was the Amesbury Archer?

How did bronze change life in the Stone Age?

How did trade change the Iron Age?

What changed between the Stone Age and the Iron Age?

Alongside this, we will be looking at forces and magnets  in Science. Some of the highlights will include an investigation involving friction and having a special Science Day focussing on Magnets!

In Computing we will be learning to insert sound clips to continue to develop our understanding of presenting information using PowerPoint and in Spanish we will start to learn about different family members and counting above 20.

This term will also see visiting coaches and staff from Bristol Bears teaching us rugby related maths and PE skills as we take part in their ‘Tackling Numeracy’ project. In our indoor PE sessions we will be using our resilience to improve our skipping skills.

Term 2 Summary

Our topic this term is ‘Glorious Greeks’ and we will be starting by looking at the designs of Greek shields and then making our very own as our ‘Big Buzz’ to kick start the topic!

Our key Questions for this term are:

When was the Ancient Greek era and where in the world was the Ancient Greek Empire?

What were the Ancient Greek Olympics like?

What was life like in Ancient Greece?

What are the legacies of the Ancient Greek Empire?

How is effective food packaging designed and made?

Alongside this, we will be linking our first English unit, instruction writing, with some cooking and a DT project all about ‘Packaging’. We will be looking at how real packaging is constructed, learning about what makes different fonts appealing to the consumer and then designing and making our own boxes to hold the truffles that we make. We will also be continuing to work on our word processing skills and then applying them in other subject areas such as labelling a Greek soldier in History.

This term will also see us start learning some Spanish! We will be counting up to 20 and learning how to introduce ourselves.

Term 1 Summary

Our topic this term is ‘Light and Shade’ and it will have a Science and Art focus. 

Our key Questions are:

What is light and where does it come from?

How are shadows formed?

Why do shadows change?

How do artists use pencils to show light and shade?

Key vocab: transparent, translucent, opaque, light source, reflection

Alongside this, some of the other things we will be doing are learning about the Hindu festival of Diwali, checking on our word processing skills and singing some new songs using our online ‘Sing Up’ scheme for Music.

This term also sees our first Forest School week, where each class will visit Hortham Farm for 2 days and take part in exciting outdoor learning activities and opportunities.