Spring Term 2023
Spring 2 - How can I be a healthier me?
This half term, we will exploring the question, 'How can I be a healthier me?', focusing on understanding what makes a healthy, nutritious diet and how our bones and muscles help us to move and keep active in Science. We will also be exploring how to create, design and make a nutritious, balanced meal in Design and Technology. As well as this, we will be learning about the Geography of the UK, and how geographical features determine how food is grown and distributed. To help us do this, we will be answering a mini-question each week:
Week 1: What does it mean to be healthy?
Week 2: How do muscles help us move and keep active?
Week 3: Why is it important to eat a nutritious diet?
Week 4: How do diets differ across the world?
Week 5: How can we design and create a nutritious meal?
Spring 2 Homework
Spring 1 - Could we survive in the Stone Age?
This half term, we will exploring the question, 'Could we survive in the stone age?', focusing on Stone Age life, developments and historical understanding. To help us do this, we will be answering a mini-question each week:
Week 1: What was the Stone Age?
Week 2: How can artefacts help us learn about the past?
Week 3: How did Stone Age people thrive?
Week 4: How can historical sources to help us learn about black history during the Stone Age?
Week 5: How did the Stone Age change Britain?
Week 6: Where did the Stone Age people settle in the UK?
As part of our learning, in History we will be exploring the chronology of the Stone Age and how this impacted the Iron Age and Bronze Age. We will be developing our historical analysis skills by investigating the reliability of historical sources, as well as learning how archaeology can help us learn about the past. In Science, we will be focusing on our 'Rocks and Soils' topic, where we will look at how rocks, soil and fossils are formed. We will also be designing and creating our own Stone Age settlements in our Design and Technology lessons.