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 Summer Term-

We've Got the Whole World in Our Hands

Curriculum letter



In Science we have planted sunflowers and a gladioli bulb. We will be watching how they grow. We will be comparing the heights of the sunflowers as they grow in their 4 different conditions. The children enjoyed planting the class plants and have even done some of their own pots too!


In Maths the children have been learning about place value and have been finding tens and ones for different numbers. They have used dienes to represent numbers and to help them to compare different values.






The children are starting to get excited about our new topic and have enjoyed exploring the inside and outside Garden Centre in our classroom environment. We will be learning all about the world around us. Find out more by reading our curriculum letter for this term.




Spring Term- Castles



In Art we have been learning about tints and tones. Here are some of our tones. We added a bit of black paint each time to make our paint colour darker.




In English we have been exploring fictional castle stories, such as Sleeping Beauty. We wrote some instructions for a knight wanting to rescue a princess. We had to use descriptive language to imagine the different obstacles in the knight's way. 

We have also done some non-fiction writing about castles. Currently we are using what we have learned to write a diary of a child who lived in a castle.



We have also done Addition and Subtraction. We use lots of helpful resources when doing our equations.



We started the term by learning about ordinal language.




We have been learning how to do winding mechanisms in D+T. We have been making castles and will use what we have learned to make our drawbridge go up and down. We used different materials, including black card to make the castles stronger.



Autumn Term- Tradtional Tales



In D+T we have designed and made stocking decorations.




In English we have done some non-fiction research into bears. We wrote some reports about the bear we had researched.


Science Investigation

We did an investigation to find out which material was the most waterproof. The Three Little Pigs gave us: metal, paper, plastic and wood. We had to find out which would be the best material for their house. We put our pigs in a tub under a crate and tested pouring water over each material. We then recorded our results as a group. We chose the most waterproof and the least waterproof material. We had lots of fun doing our experiment!




The children have explored ddition within 10 in many different ways.




The children have used instructions to direct bee-bots on their very own fairytale maps!




We have continued our work on the Gingerbread Man. We have followed instructions to make gingerbread men. We described them using adjectives. We thought about what they looked, smelled, felt and tasted like.




In Art we have been learning about primary and secondary colours. We have mixed colours. We have also started our own Kandinsky pictures. We have used primary and secondary colours on the square backgrounds.



In Science we have started to learn about materials.




We have enjoyed learning about Traditional Tales. We did a hunt of different fairy-tale characters. We then started looking at the story of the Gingerbread Man. We investigated 'what happened to the Gingerbread Man?' by looking at evidence and using describing words to help the investigation team to find him! We also did some drama work exploring the story further.