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This project teaches children about the physical and human features of coastal regions across the United Kingdom, including a detailed exploration of the coastal town of Whitby, in Yorkshire.

Coastline - Knowledge Organiser

Science - Everyday Materials and Plants




Children will explore and compare different materials and sort them into groups before writing songs based on their properties! They will also consider what it would be like if the tables were made of jelly or the chairs were chocolate! Then recreate the story of the three little pigs and predict what will happen to their houses.


In the 'Growing Things' unit, the children will explore outside and prepare tubs for planting potatoes. Record the growth of a bean and look at how it develops. They will also recreate the plant with craft materials and try to label the parts of the plant.

Art - Flower Head



This project teaches children about the visual elements of flowers, including shape, texture, colour, pattern and form. They also explore various artistic methods, including drawing, printmaking and 3-D forms, using paper and clay.

RE - Who is a Muslim and what do they believe?


This investigation enables pupils to learn in depth from Islam, finding out about Muslim ways of life and beliefs, so that pupils can develop thoughtful ideas and viewpoints of their own about some religious and spiritual questions.

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Childhood: History

In the Childhood project, your child will learn words and phrases related to the passage of time. They will explore artefacts to help them to understand childhood in the past and how childhood has changed over time. They will explore the six stages of life and explore timelines and family trees. Everyday life in the 1950s will be explored, including shopping, transport, family life and childhood. They will also learn about the significance of Queen Elizabeth II's coronation in 1953 by studying photographs and online sources. The children will use maps to explore how places have changed over time and highlight any similarities or differences between childhood today and childhood in the 1950s. At the end of the project, they will create knowledge organisers for children who are about to study the topic of childhood.

Our Wonderful World: Geography

In the Our Wonderful World project, your child will learn the meaning of the terms geography, physical feature and human feature. They will use maps, including picture maps, globes, online mapping tools and world maps. Your child will learn to use positional language, such as next to and behind, and directional language, such as forwards and backwards. They will also become familiar with the cardinal compass points, north, south, east and west. They will learn the names and positions of the continents and oceans of the world and understand the terms equator, Northern Hemisphere and Southern Hemisphere. They will also know the location of some hot and cold places. They will study maps to learn the names, capital cities and positions of the four countries of the United Kingdom and find out the characteristics of a village, a town and a city. They will study aerial photographs and spot familiar areas of their locality from above. Your child will carry out simple fieldwork to find out about local physical and human features.

Shade and Shelter: Design and technology 

This project teaches children about the purpose of shelters and their materials. They name and describe shelters and design and make shelter prototypes. Children then design and build a play den as a group and evaluate their completed product.

Funny Faces and Fabulous Features: Art and design 

This project teaches children about the concept of the portrait and how the collage technique can be used to make a portrait.

Science: Animals (Including Humans) 

Children will be taught that humans are a type of animal, known as a mammal. They name body parts and recognise common structures between humans and other animals. They learn about the senses, the body parts associated with each sense and their role in keeping them safe.

Religious Education: Theme Incarnation 

This term your child will explore why Christmas is important to Christians. They will read the story of the birth of Jesus focusing on the theme of incarnation 'God on Earth'. Children will participate in a traditional nativity and learn carols celebrating the birth of Jesus. 

PHSE: Growing up