In this unit of learning, children will explore fieldwork skills-the geography of school, grounds, key human and physical features of its surrounding environment.
Children will also be settling into their new classroom, year group area, and will explore the main school building, grounds and its surroundings.
This is a history based unit of learning exploring the Queen’s coronation in 1953 and what life was like in 1953. They will be exploring changes in living memory - national life and life in Forest Gate. They will be comparing homes now and in the past. They will be looking at artefacts and develop their chronological awareness skills e.g. place artefacts in order.
This is a geography based unit that will explore the countries of the UK. They will be looking at maps and locating countries and the oceans.
This is a geography based unit of learning where children will be comparing England to a non EU country (Kenya). They will be exploring the text Handa’s Surprise and will be looking at the weather in Kenya, the clothing, population, coastal/inland - Savannah, village life and the city life of Nairobi compared to London.
This is a history based unit of learning where children will be exploring the history of the Royal Mail. Children will be looking at the changes in postal uniforms and the right clothing for the weather. Children will be exploring what the first stamp looked like.
This is a geography based unit of learning where children will be exploring the compass directions. They will be taking part in a treasure hunt and exploring coding games in computing. They will be looking at the text How to find Gold.