Summer in Forest Class

Summer Term

Forest Class has another exciting term coming up, with lots of fun and interesting topics.


This term we will be learning through the books; Look Up, Beegu, Lost and Found as well as writing about the Summer Olympics. The children will be writing instructional reports, fact files, narratives, diary entries and poetry.

Our topics this term includes multiplication and division, measurement, geometry and place value to 100. We will learn to apply this maths to practical problems.

Forest Class will have PE every Monday and Thursday where we will be doing ball skills, invasion games and athletics.


This term we will be learning all about Judaism along with why Jesus chose to tell stories.


We will be learning about:

1. Careers, financial capability and economic wellbeing: Saving, spending and different jobs.
2. Mental health and wellbeing: Managing change, loss and our different feelings.

This term will include simple programming using Beebots along early coding and debugging programs.


In science we will continue our look at season changes as we move from Spring into Summer. Plants will also be our topic, as we investigate what lives in the garden.

History and Geography

Continuing with our topic of What is Britain? our learning will move into the seaside, mountains and hills, along with rivers and canals.

Our topic for history will be: How has transform changed over time? This will include an exciting trip to the London Transport Museum.

Art and DT

Art this term will provide more opportunities for students to use their imaginations in creating 3D art.

Forest Class will also be learning all about cooking and nutrition.


In music this term Forest Class will learn all about: Music of the British Isles along with Classical Music.



Homework will be set each Friday to be handed in on the following Wednesday.