Mrs Griffiths and Mrs Pinches
The Great Fire of London
In the first half term we will be learning about this significant event in history, comparing London then and now and creating our own class museum. We will write newspaper reports, design leaflets and make diary entries, just like Samuel Pepys! We will also be visiting the allotment, taking part in Yoga classes and observing animal growth!
Dates for the Diary (Summer 1):
April 17: Curriculum Evening
April 23: Allotment Visit (Forest School Clothes)
April 26: Class Photo
May 3: Inset Day
May 7: Bank Holiday
May 21: Class Museum Open 3.30pm
May 24: School Disco
May 25: Break today for 1/2 term Holiday
Good to be Me
In our final half term, we will be thinking about ourselves - keeping healthy and active, celebrating our successes, preparing for change, learning about staying safe and having lots of fun!
We have completed our topic of Distant Lands - we enjoyed learning about Kenya, writing our own traditional tale book, playing the African drums and welcoming our parents to an African Craft Fayre where we raised lots of money for the charity Build Africa.
We then compared Africa to places nearer to home in our topic - Local Landmarks. We enjoyed learning about William Shakespeare and Stratford-Upon-Avon. Take a look at the images below...
Our topics were Pirates and The Victorians - we had a pirate party and went back in time to St Johns House Museum in Warwick. Please take a look at the photographs below...