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Term 1

This term our topic is 'Why did the Stone Age rock?'


In History, we will use chronology skills to learn about the palaeolithic, mesolithic and neolithic periods. The children will learn how to survive in the stone age during a stone age day with The Wildlife Trust.


In English, we will write an historical story based on The Stone Age Boy, a non-chronological report and a diary based on our stone age day.


In Science,  we are learning about rocks and soils and finding out about the fossil hunter, Mary Anning.


In Indoor PE, we will create Stone Age dances. We will be practising our Basketball skills in outdoor PE.


In Art, we will recreate stone age paintings using a variety of media, fossil continuous line drawings and create Stonehenge artwork.


Our RE topic is 'What is it like being a Hindu in Britain today?' and our RSHE/Jigsaw topic is 'Being Me in My World'. In Computing, we will be looking at Online Safety.

This term, our English book is Stone Age Boy by Satoshi Kitamura and our Class book is The Wild Way Home by Sophie Kirtley.


Why did the Stone Age Rock? Display

Watercolour and soft pastel Stonehenge

Black History Month

Some of our entries for the Lee Rowley MP Christmas Card Competion

Outdoor PE - Basketball

Young Minds Mental Health day and Young Writer's poetry competition

We have written poems as part of Young Minds Mental Health Day. We will proof-read and edit these poems and enter them in to the Young Writer's Poetry Stars competition. Hopefully, we will have some winners and their work will be published.

Fingers crossed.


Jigsaw Class Charters with Mrs Taylor

RE - Hinduism

We designed a snakes and ladders game to explain a Hindu's journey to Moksha. At the bottom of the ladder, we wrote actions that would help a Hindu achieve Moksha. At the top of a snake, we wrote actions what cause bad karma.

Cave paintings on sandpaper

Rocket Rounding and Roman Numerals using an iPad

Indoor PE - Stone Age Dance

Athlete and past pupil visit

We had an inspiring visit from Calli Thackeray. The children asked some fantastic questions and she may have inspired some future athletes. We wish her all the best for qualifying for the Paris Olympics 2024.