Summer Term Year 2

In our final term, we will become explorers again to places like Australia, Antarctica and the Amazon Rainforest.  We will use our mapping and research skills to learn about the physical and human features of these places and become real weather reporters.  We will visit famous landmarks using Google Earth and study the work of artists from around the world, like Henri Rousseau and Claude Monet. 

We will read and perform a range of poetry based in these extreme climates and write a variety of stories and information texts.

We will also learn about significant people and events like William the Conqueror and the Battle of Hastings and Captain James Scott and his race to the South Pole.  We will study what these events must have been like for the individuals involved.

In RE, we will think about how we care for others in the world and why it matters.

In science, we will learn about living things and their habitats and how creatures are suitable for the environment they live in.

We continue with learning our musical instruments and keeping healthy in PE lessons.

School Calendar

Y4 trip to Jorvik Viking centre
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PD Day
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Summer holidays
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