Class Teacher- Monday & Tuesday
Topic – Modern Europe
Within terms 1 and 2, the children will be studying ‘Modern Europe’. The term will begin focussing on our school. We will then move on to exploring the countries of Europe. We will find out the capital cities of many countries as well as key landmarks. We will also be learning how the features of maps can help to identify the climate of a country. After half term we will continue to learn about ‘Modern Europe’ but with a specific focus on volcanoes. We will be finding out where volcanoes are located, how volcanoes are formed and erupt and also the impact of volcanoes on tourism of an area.
Homework: Home will be set on GoogleClassrom a Monday and due on the following Monday.
Homework will consist of:
PE – Wednesday and Fridays . This term the Wednesday PE will be Netball with Miss Guy and the Friday PE will be football with Mrs Diack. In term 2, the Wednesday PE will be Dance with Miss Guy and Basketball with Mrs Diack. Please ensure your child comes to school wearing the correct PE kit on these days. As always, long hair must be tied up and earrings to be taped or removed on the day of PE, along with removing any jewellery or watches.
PPA – Friday afternoon PPA is our Planning, Preparation and Assessment time. During the year, the children will have a weekly session with Mrs Diack and complete have Spanish and RE with Mrs Cole.
- Please ensure your child brings their reading record and reading book to school each day.
- Please ensure your child has a water bottle each day.
- Fruit is not provided in KS2 so please ensure you child brings a healthy snack to school if they require one in the mornings (no food containing nuts).
What is farming?
Why did people begin to settle?
How did ‘The Stone Age’ evolve over the years?
What are the differences between ‘The Stone Age’, ‘The Bronze Age’ and ‘The Iron Age’?
How did people survive?
Please see the topic enquiry webs at the bottom of this page for other curriculum learning focusses.
Class Teacher- Monday to Friday
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