Welcome back to the Autumn term!

Topic-

This term we will be learning about a range of animals from around the world as well as their habitats, using maps and globes to help us.

Maths-

This term in Maths we will be learning through a range of topics, including number and place value, measure, money and shape.

English-

This term our theme is journeys and exploration. The children will be working with a few books in detail and they will be sharing experiences, using role play and a range of exciting activities to re-tell the stories. The children will be working on labels and captions, informal letters, narratives and retellings.

Science-

We will be learning about our bodies, senses and why they are important. We will be finding out about a range of animals including fish, amphibians, reptiles and mammals.

P.E-

This term we will be exploring movement through Gymnastics and Dance. PE will be taught every Wednesday. Please ensure your child has the correct P.E kit- white t-shirt and black/blue bottoms.

R.E-

We will be exploring ideas based around the big question: What responsibility has God given people for taking care of creation?

Computing-

This term we will begin by developing basic computer skills through exploring a range of programs.

PSHE-

Citizenship: children will learn the roles and responsibilities we use at home and in school. Pupils learn:

1.      About people that are special to them and what they do.

2.     About the roles of different people in the school.

3.     About things they are responsible for at home and school.

 

History:

Pupils will be taught about: the lives of significant individuals in the past who have contributed to national and international achievements. (Mary Anning – Fossil Hunter)

Geography-

Children use world maps, atlases and globes to identify the United Kingdom and its countries, as well as the different countries and continents.

Children will identify the location of hot and cold areas of the world in relation to the Equator and the North and South Poles.