Key Stage 2

Mrs Wells teaches Year 3 and Year 4 Literacy and Numeracy in the mornings.

Mrs Jackson teaches Year 5 and Year 6 Literacy and Numeracy in the mornings and all of Key Stage 2 in the afternoons.

Throughout the year children will be learning about Judaism; including key events such as Rosh Hashanah, Sukkot and Pesach.  To see how you can support your child with religious education please click on the following:RE Parents Letter Summer 2017.

Global learning and learning in the forest are integrated into the children’s learning.  Click on the link to see some of the key global events the children will be participating in this year: Global Learning Specific Dates 2016 – 2017.

Children are learning to play the Ukulele this year with Mr Towers from the Lancashire Music Service.

This term our topic is FASTER, HIGHER, STRONGER!

Click on the newsletter at the bottom of the page to find out more about the coverage in each subject.

Here are some useful websites to help support your child with their work this half term:

RE – Pentecost Pentecost Activities Web Links


Care for our Common Home

History – Ancient Greece

Science – Human Life Cycles

Parents, please check any resources online about Human life cycles and the ‘depth’ of information provided.  Please contact school if you have any questions about their learning of this topic.

Juniors Long Term Overview 2016 -2017

Autumn 1 Autumn 2 Spring 1 Spring 2 Summer 1 Summer 2
A Kingdom United Food, Glorious Food! Earthlings Inventors and Inventions Amazon Adventures Faster, Higher, Stronger
Geography Geography Science History Geography History
UK cities, counties and key features – research World food – where does food come from? Earth and space Early Islamic civilization – Baghdad c AD900 Contrasting region – Amazon Basin, rainforest, biomes Ancient Greece (including sport)
Music Design and Technology Music Design and Technology Science Science
Listening to and performing a range of music from around the UK including anthems Food – food from another culture, variety of cooking techniques Listening to high quality recorded music and how musical elements can be used to create effects, i.e. film music Mechanical systems – cams, pulleys and gears Life cycle changes in animals and plants; naturalists (e.g. David Attenborough) Animals including humans – growth and development of humans PLUS exercise and the circulatory system
History Science Art and Design Science Design and Technology Art and Design
Britain’s settlement by Anglo-Saxons and Scots (including place names) Materials – reversible and irreversible changes Drawing and painting developed into abstract textured paintings Forces and falling objects 3D Textiles – using gussets, using patterns, joining with seam allowance, combining fabrics Figure drawing developed into 3D sculpture
      Art and Design Music
  Painting developed into printmaking/ collage and digital art Creating – improvise, develop and perform rhythmic compositions using graphic notation


Family – Numbers Regional Food Likes/ Dislikes Les Planetes School Subjects Life Cycles + Story Jacques et     le Haricot Magique Le Corps


IT – data handling DL / CS – collaboration networking IT – modelling CS – programming  computational thinking IT – multimedia CS – programming


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