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Autumn 2 IPC PROJECT: Chocolate

Entry Point:

We will be putting our taste buds to the test by having a chocolate tasting session!

Exit Point:

Bring your comfiest clothes, a pillow and your favourite chocolate bar for our special chocolate party! Date TBC

  • History
    • Practising inquisitiveness when asking questions about the past
    • Practising research skills when exploring the answers
    • Developing understanding of time related to the past, e.g. how different life was 50-100 years ago
  • Geography

    We will know: 

    • Practising skills relating to maps and atlas use
    • Consolidating knowledge of the world, and learning new facts about areas of the world that grow chocolate
    • Developing an understanding of the differences between physical geography and human geography
  • Science
    • Developing understanding of states of matter
    • Learning knowledge about what happens when we heat or cool different materials
    • Learning knowledge about the water cycle
  • Technology
    • Practising skills relating to cooking
  • International and Society
    • Learning knowledge about fair trade
    • Developing understanding of how other cultures live, relating to child labour and education.
  • Maths
    • To know our 2, 3, 4, 5, 8 and 10 times tables
    • To be able to add, take-away, multiply and divide with fractions and negative numbers
    • To be able to answer vertical addition and subtraction calculations including decimals
    • To be able to draw a triangle and identify congruent triangles
    • To be able to calculate totals and differences with money
    • To be able to draw bar charts and tally charts to organise and compare information
  • English

    Over the next half term, we will be continuing to improve our SPaG knowledge, skills and understanding, in particular: apostrophes of omission/contraction (e.g. 'do not' becomes 'don't'); apostrophes of possession for singular (Dave's bag) and plural (the cats’ toys); regular and irregular verbs in the past tense; using fronted adverbials (One day… All of a sudden… etc.) as well as practising our Year 3 spellings and common exception words.

  • statutory SPELLING LISTS

  • important dates:
    • Tuesday 6th November: Full Governing Board meeting
    • Tuesday 13th November: Year 5 & 6 Disability Awareness Workshop
    • Friday 16th November: 9am Y1 – 6 split assemblyAnti-Bullying week
    • Wednesday 21st November: Parents’ Evening – school close 2pm
    • Thursday 22nd November: Parents’ Evening from 3.30pm
    • Wednesday 28th November: Shakespeare Production
    • Thursday 29th November: Shakespeare Production
    • Monday 3rd December: Whole school writing task this week
    • Wednesday 12th December: Flu Vaccines for Reception - Year 5 children
    • Friday 14th December: Last day of swimming for Year 4
    • Friday 21st December: Break up for Christmas Holidays – 2.00pm
    • Friday 24th December – 4th January : Christmas Holidays
    • Monday 7th January: INSET day School closed for children
    • Tuesday 8th January: Start of the Spring term 8.45am

Home Learning

Home learning tasks are set every week :

Task: Given out: Due Back:
Mathletics Wednesday Thursday
Spelling Book Friday Following Friday


  • To read for at least a minimum of 10 minutes every day and record what you have read in your reading journal. 
  • Practice your times tables and spellings
  • Fill in your reading diaries and have a grown-up check and sign them.

Home Learning Tasks

Dates of Project Homelearning:

1. Geography: Our ‘There’ country this term will be any chocolate producing country, e.g. West African and Central / South American countries. Please produce a fact file about one country from this area: poster, poem, song etc Deadline: Wednesday 14th November 

2. Quiz: create a quiz to test your friends’ knowledge. Go one step   further and hide the answers under flaps! Deadline: Wednesday 12th December



P.E is on  Wednesdays & Thursdays

  • School PE uniform is black shorts (or tracksuit bottoms) with a white t-shirt and a change of shoes (either plimsols or black trainers).
  • Girls should bring socks to wear if they have worn tights with their regular uniform that day.
  • PE kits should be in school at all times, apart from at the half term when they will be sent home for a wash.
  • Make sure you have leggings or tracksuit bottoms as we will be outside for P.E unless it is raining
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