Welcome to the Summer Term!
This term we are exploring a project titled ‘Emperors and Empires’. During this topic, we will learn all about the Roman Empire and its spread throughout the world. We will learn about different Emperors, the Roman Army and the Roman invasion of Britain.
At the bottom of this page are three documents - vocabulary, a knowledge organiser and home learning tasks for this unit. The home learning tasks are optional and do not need to be brought into school but will support your child's learning.
In addition, we will be following the national curriculum requirements of English, Maths, Science, RHSE and RE. In English, we will be looking at a range of fiction, non-fiction and poetry texts and developing our understanding of spellings, punctuation and grammar. In Maths, we will be developing and applying the number system, securing numerical fluency and calculating. We will also be exploring fractions, measure, statistics and understanding geometry (properties of shape). In RHSE we will be looking at the unit called keeping myself safe.
P.E. will take place on Wednesdays and Thursdays where we will continue to wear our PE kit to school. The kit consist of a sky blue polo, royal blue Oaklands jumper, royal blue cotton shorts, socks and suitable sports trainers. For health and safety reasons earrings and watches should be removed for all PE lessons and long hair must be tied up.
Reading: Every night (15 minutes – please comment on your child’s reading record).
Reading books will be changed on a Monday and each pupil will take two books home
depending on their level of reading ability. Please make sure children have their books
available to read every day.
Work from an area This will be given out on a Wednesday and to be returned the following Monday in
of the curriculum: homework books. It will also be displayed on the Google classroom page.
Doodle Maths: Daily Maths practice to ensure that gaps are continually being filled and there is continual progression
We are supported in class by Miss Allen and Miss McGrath. If you, or anyone you know, has skills or knowledge that could enrich our in-class learning, we would love to hear from you and see if we can make use of this in our lessons.
If you have any concerns, or questions regarding your child, please contact the school office (email@example.com) to arrange a meeting.