Teacher: Mrs Burns
Teaching Assistant: Mrs Morgan

Curriculum information

Class 3

Terms 3 & 4

The topics that we will be covering during this term of Our locality – The Stroud Valleys’ are:  

English      Classic stories including “Elf Road” by Pie Corbett

Image and Performance poetry

Recounts

Persuasive texts

Weekly spelling test on a Wednesday with a new list given on a Thursday for homework.

Maths      Multiplication and division

Length, perimeter and area

Fractions and decimals

We will continue our weekly problem-solving lesson and work on our four operations through 4 in 5 sessions.  Times Tables Rock Stars will also continue and 25/50 club each week.

Science      Sound – how sounds are made and travel to our ear

Setting up an investigation, fair tests, making predictions, carrying out investigations, recording results and writing conclusions

Living things and their habitats – recognise that living things can be grouped in a variety of ways.  Explore and use classification keys to help group, identify and name a variety of living things in their local and wider environment.  Recognise that environments can change and that this can sometimes pose dangers to living things.

Computing

 

     Programming/Coding-Scratch

Technology in our lives

 

History      Our Locality – The Stroud Valleys

The first half of term we will be using maps, plans, grid references and OS maps to look in detail at our local area, its features and how it has changed over time.  In the second half we will be looking at the UK and its countries, counties and human/physical features.

Art / DT      Art – learning how to do felting.  Workshop with a local art teacher to produce a felting piece for a class hanging on our school values

DT – control and programming.

PE

 

     Gymnastics/Dance

Swimming

RE      How do festivals and worship show what matters to a Muslim?

How do festivals and family life show what matters to Jewish people?

Music

 

     Listening to “Morning Mood” by Grieg.  Exploring how music is developed and communicated through pitch, duration, dynamics, tempo, timbre and notation.  Composing music for different purposes leading to a class performance.
PSHCE      British values – tolerance and respect

Internet safety

Curriculum info Class 3 Spring 20202

Curriculim info Class 3 Autumn 2019