Term 1 and 2
We will continue to work on our spelling and punctuation. This year we have applied 'Read Write Spell' to our lessons and these will be the spellings children take home and learn.
The text we are studying in Oak is 'Street Child by Berlie Doherty'.
We continue to work on the 4 main processes of Maths (Addition, subtraction, multiplication and division) and how we can use these when answering and investigating maths problems and puzzles.
This terms topic in science is 'sound'. We will investigate what exactly is sound, how does it travel and how do we as humans hear sound.
In history we travel back and take an indepth look at the Victorians. We will focus on the life as a victorian child and the role of the workhouse.
In Religious Education we will be opening our minds and exploring Christian beliefs.
This term takes us outside onto the field and we will be practicing and improving our football skills.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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