- Home-School link
- Letters and Sounds
- Early Learning Goals
- Hedgehogs Curriculum 2016-2017
- Rabbits - Year 1
- Resources for home
- Rabbits Curriculum 2017-2018
- South Angle Farm Trip
- Squirrels - Year 2
- Squirrels Curriculum 2017-2018
- Autumn 1
- Autumn 2
- Spring 1
- Foxes - Year 3
- Science week - March 2018
- Foxes Curriculum 2017-2018
- World Book Day 2017
- Pizza making - June 2017
- Chocolate making - July 2017
- Science Session at Newmarket Academy - July 2017
- Healthy dessert making - July 2017
- Tesco Farm to Fork Trail - July 2017
- Pirate Day - Sept 2017
- Rainforest Home Learning Projects - Autumn 2017
- Braintree District Museum trip - Jan 2018
- Owls - Year 4
- Owls Curriculum 2017-2018
- Learning Resources
- Owls Class Visit to Bewilderwood
- Introduction to Italy-Making Pizza!
- Learning About the Digestive System
- Year 4 Visit to the National Horseracing Museum, September, 2017
- What's in Your Lunchbox? Year 4 Visit to Newmarket Academy, October, 2017
- Bats - Year 5
- Bats Curriculum 2017-2018
- Badgers - Year 6
- Badgers Curriculum 2017-2018
Our topic this half term is ‘In to the Woods’.
In literacy we will be…
- Looking at stories by the same author (Julia Donaldson).
- Using the text as evidence to make inferences about characters.
- Discussing a range of traditional tales and our reactions to them.
- Writing in the past tense and first person to write simple recounts.
- Using paragraphs to structure extended writing.
- Writing traditional tales using paragraphs and time connectives to create tension.
- Using different types of conjunctions in our writing to add detail and interest.
In maths we will be…
- Recognising the inverse relationship between addition and subtraction.
- Using our knowledge of addition and subtraction to solve mathematical problems.
- Organising and interpreting data using pictograms, block graphs and tally charts.
- Counting confidently in 2’s, 5’s and 10’s.
- Using different methods when multiplying numbers by 2, 5 and 10.
In topic we will be…
- Exploring the difference between things that are alive, once were alive and have never lived.
- Observing and describing how seeds and bulbs grow into mature plants.
- Discussing how animals and humans grow from babies into adults.
- Identifying and naming a variety of plants and animals in their habitats.
- Discussing how different habitats are suited to the animals or plants that live in them.
- Describing how different habitats provide for the basic needs of their inhabitants.
- Describing how different types of plants and animals depend on each other for survival.
- Describing simple food chains.
- Composing simple musical sequences.
- Learning about algorithms, decoding, debugging and programming in computing.