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**Friday 24th May Break up for May half term**


Entry Point:

We will be SCAVENGERS and SETTLERS in the wood area – creating shelters while having a scavenger hunt around the area.

Exit Point:

We would love to invite you in to share all of our learning. We will teach you about cave painting and you will have the opportunity to create some around the classrooms. Additionally, we will enjoy sharing our freshly baked stone age bread.

  • History

    We will know:

    • That our knowledge of the past comes from a range of sources
    • About the similarities and differences between past societies.
    • How fossils are formed

    We will be able to:

    • Compare life in the Stone Age, the Bronze Age and the Iron Age to life now.
    • Give reasons for particular events and changes.
    • Ask and answer questions about the past.
  • Geography

    We will be able to:

    • Identify the similarities and differences between life in Ethiopia and life in the UK
  • Technology

    We will know:

    • The ways in which products in everyday use (now or in the past) are designed and how they are useful.

    We will be able to:

    • Prepare and make bread based on early settlers’ dishes.
  • ART

    We will be able to:

    • Develop drawing and painting techniques while creating pre-historic cave paintings
    • Choose materials and techniques.
    • Explain our own work in terms of what we have done and why.
    • Talk about other works of art and give reasons for our opinions.
  • Maths
    • To know our 2, 5, 10, 3, 4, 8 times tables
    • To be able to add, take-away fractions and compare them
    • To be able to answer vertical addition and subtraction calculations
    • To be able to multiply 2-digit numbers by 1-digit numbers
    • To be able to measure and compare lengths, mass and volume

    And more!

  • English

    Over the next six weeks, we will be continuing to improve our SPaG knowledge, skills and understanding, in particular: 

    using punctuation correctly; using determiners (a, an) correctly; using apostrophes of omission and possession correctly using a variety of fronted adverbials and conjunctions correctly.    

  • statutory SPELLING LISTS

  • important dates

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.
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Home Learning Tasks

Dates of Project Homelearning:

1. History Home Learning. 

Create a family tree. This is due in on Monday 25thFebruary.

2. Quiz.

Create a quiz of questions about the Stone, Iron and Bronze Age. Remember to have the answers somewhere too – they could be under flaps? Inside envelopes? On the back of cards? This is due on Monday 25thMarch.



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

Messages from the Staff

Can You Help?

Do you have knowledge or resources about our project?

Could you give some time to come into class to help with reading?

If anyone would like to come into class for a regular session to hear children read, then please let one of us know.

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