# ENGLISH MATHEMATICS As Mathematicians, we will be As

ENGLISH
MATHEMATICS
As
Mathematicians,
we
will
be
As Writers, we will begin by reading Disneys
developing our knowledge of counting in
Aladdin. We shall describe the main characters
3s. We shall be securing our knowledge of
by creating a Wanted poster as well as
the four operations by solving problems
describing settings from within the new movie.
We will design our own magic carpet and write
multiplication linked to our theme. Through
instructions on how to fly it. We shall finally
science, we shall practice our measuring
create a fictional travel brochure on Agrabah.
skills by choosing and using the
Later in the term we shall read the final
appropriate standard units to estimate and
instalment of the Aaron Becker trilogy The
measure length/height (m/cm); mass
Return before writing our own story based on
(kg/g);
temperature
(C);
capacity
this. Towards the end of the term, we shall
(litres/ml) to the nearest appropriate unit,
explore poetry linked to our world and materials .
Learning poems and riddles by heart to perform
READING using rulers, scales, thermometers and
measuring
vessels.
to our class and
younger audience.
we will be looking at a range
of fiction
texts linked to our topic. We
will be developing our
oracy skills by reading our own stories to an audience, presenting to the class and
performing poemsHISTORY
by heart.
P.E (Wednesday)
As Historians, we shall be studying Great
As Competitors, children will further develop
Inventors who have been at the forefront of
their understanding of the basic and
inventing materials which have changed our
fundamental principles of invasion games such
world.
as
attacking,
defending,
scoring
and
Macintosh and his invention of waterproof
teamwork. They will learn how to dribble with
material, John Boyd Dunlop and his invention
a football, to pass and receive the ball in a
of the Pneumatic wheel and John McAdam
variety of ways for a range of invasion games
and the invention of Tarmac.
and to use space effectively in a game.
SCIENCE
As Scientists, we will learn about the uses of
PE kit including trainers. Children will be
everyday materials including wood, plastic,
completing
lessons
outside
if
the
metal, glass, brick, paper and cardboard. We
weather is fine.
GEOGRAPHY
will go on to compare the suitability of
As Geographers, we will take a broad look at
different everyday materials for different
the
world
around
us,
beginning
by
purposes. We will explore how objects made
of some everyday materials can change
in our local area. Linked to our theme, we
shape and how the recycling process enables
shall take a short look at Saudi Arabia and
us to reuse some everyday materials
learn about its Land, Mecca and Medina,
Computing
numerous
times.
Animals and religion. We shall then create a
As
Computer
short travel brochure about Saudi Arabia and
technicians, we will
complete
two
entire
camels.
ART
days
of
online
As
Artists,
we will be
exploration.
We shall
using
everyday
start
as
Game
materials
in
a
variety
of
Testers, playing various
ways
to
create
our
own
online games and trying
prints. We shall start
to work out how they
by using vegetables to
work by exploring the
create
repeated
algorithms used to write
patterns,
we
will
then
the programmes.
We
use
polystyrene
to
shall
then
become
create
an
Researchers using the
inspired lamp print. We
internet
to
research
shall
also
create
Great inventors and
Year
2
Term
6
treasure
compiling a mind map
using aluminium foil
before
creating
a
WIDER CURRICULUM
techniques.
PowerPoint to share
our we have number of exciting events happening in
This term
school:
findings with the class.
21st June Sports Day
5th July Summer Fair
SCHOOL TRIP SS Great Britain Friday 12th July

Build it!
A Whole New
World

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