Term 4 - Ancient Greece
This term we are focusing on the theme of Ancient Greece. We will be looking at the lifestyle of the Greeks, including; homes, jobs, the roles of women, children and men, toys and what the food was like.
In maths we will be looking at fractions as well as recapping some of the topics already covered.
In science we are looking at friction and forces.
We will be swimming every Wednesday so make sure you have your costume, towel and goggles if needed!
Term 2 - "Let it Flow"
This term we are learning about the theme of water. This will include the water cycle, bridges and rivers. Our class book is, "Oliver and the Seawigs."
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Our topic for Term 1 is........
The Stone Age
As a class we will be linking all of our subject areas to the Stone Age. We are currently reading Stone Age Boy in English, a book the children are thoroughly enjoying!
On Friday 15th September, Jeremy from the Guildhall Museum came into Maple Class and gave the children a very fun and factual talk about the Stone Age.
He shared some artefacts from The Stone Age and Bronze Age. Jeremy showed us some tools from the Palaeolithic period, The Old Stone Age; a hammer and a hand axe. He then showed us and explained how the tools had evolved in the Neolithic period, The New Stone Age, as man discovered how to polish the flint with water and sand. Jeremy explained that not all of the parts of the tools had survived over the thousands of years i.e. wood as this would rot in the ground. The artefacts from the Bronze Age included an axe and a hammer. Jeremy explained that tin and copper mixed together created the Bronze metal and this could be melted down and reused. The children had a great morning! Thank you to all parents who contributed towards to cost of our visitor!