Autumn 2023 Term
History - Invasion
This project teaches children about life in Britain after the Roman withdrawal. Children will learn about Anglo-Saxon and Viking invasions up to the Norman conquest.
Art - Warp and Weft
This project teaches children about the artform of weaving and how it has developed over time, including the materials and techniques required to create woven patterns and products.
Art - Contrast and Complement
This project teaches children about colour theory by studying the colour wheel and colour mixing. It includes an exploration of tertiary colours, warm and cool colours, complementary colours and analogous colours, and how artists use colour in their artwork.
Hockey, Tag Rugby, Tennis, Yoga, Gymnastics and Dance.
Place Value, Addition and Subtraction, Measurement, Multiplication and Division
Eric the Viking by Terry Jones
Narrative, Playscript, Balanced Argument, Explanation, Poem (linked to history)
Beliefs and Practices - Judaism
Understanding Christianity - People of God Christmas
Science - Food and Digestive System
This project teaches children about the human digestive system. They explore the main parts, starting with the mouth and teeth, identifying teeth types and their functions. They link this learning to animals' diets and construct food chains to show the flow of energy.
Science - Sound
This project teaches children about sound, how sound is made and how sound travels as vibrations through a medium to the ear. They learn about pitch and volume and find out how both can be changed.
Being Me, Celebrating Diversity
Revision of animals and classroom instructions, Parts of the body, Colours, Food, Opinions about
DT - Fresh Food/Good Food
This project teaches children about food decay and preservation. They discover key inventions in food preservation and packaging, then make examples. The children prepare, package and evaluate a healthy snack.
Charanga SOW - Recorders
Geography - Interconnected World
This essential skills and knowledge project teaches children about compass points and four and six-figure grid references. They learn about the tropics and the countries, climates and culture of North and South America. Children identify physical features in the United Kingdom and learn about the National Rail and canal networks. They conduct an enquiry to prove a hypothesis, gathering data from maps and surveys before drawing conclusions.
White Rose Homework