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Our topic this half term is:

We will be working on a range of activities linked to our novel ‘Kensuke’s Kingdom’.

 

We will:

  • Write a balanced argument and a narrative with a flashback, based on the novel.
  • Create a map of the island using 4 and 6 figure grid references and map symbols.
  • Identify the places Michael travelled to, find out more information about each place and calculate the distance that he travelled. 
  • Plot his journey on a world map.
  • Learn about the role of Japan in World War 2, the events of Pearl Harbour and the bombing of Hiroshima/Nagasaki.

 

Please look at our newsletter for this half term on our class page to find out more!

Our previous topics were:

 

Through a range of cross curricular activities incorporating Science, DT, Art, Computing and Music, we will be learning about:

· Optical Illusions and Op Art artists.

· Graphic/Digital Art.

· Constructing a ‘Home Alone’ house, including working electrical circuits.

· Using computing software to design wallpaper and 3D room.

· The compositions of John Williams.

 

Please look at our newsletter for this half term on our class page to find out more!

Look what we have been up to this half term!

Through a range of cross curricular activities incorporating History, Geography, DT, Art and Computing, we will be learning about:

 

· The reasons why World War II began.

· The key figures of World War II.

· Life at home during the Blitz - blackouts, and patterns in bombing raids.

· The Battle of Britain.

· Hitler’s expressed hatred of the Jews.

· Propaganda.

· Anne Frank’s life.

· D Day and the Normandy Landings.

· The implications of the end of the war for ordinary people and the countries involved.

 

Please look at our newsletter for this half term on our class page to find out more!

 

Look what we've been up to this half term!

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