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History:

Literacy:
Narrative:

Who is Thomas Eddison?

GruffaloJulie Donaldson, Cant You Sleep Little

Geography:

Research the life of a significant

Bear? - Martin Waddell

Individual (Thomas Eddison) who has

Talk 4 Writing Text:

contributed to national and

Gruffalo

How does the local area influence animals


that live here?
Use fieldwork and observation skills to

study the geography of school and its


surroundings.
Use simple compass directions when cre-

ating a route to the woods.

international achievement.

Use basic geographical vocabulary e.g.

Non Chronological ReportWhales

forest, hill, soil, weather.

Non-Fiction: Non Chronological reports about


nocturnal animals.
Grammer: correct terminologyadjectives/

Class 2

conjunctions/ time connectives/ noun/ verb. Past


tense ed endings

If Class 2 go down
to the woods today

Design Technology:
What can you make to help little bear sleep?

Design something that will help little bear sleep (night light).

Select and put together materials to make a night light

Evaluate the design of finished product of a night light.

Computing
What are nocturnal animals?
Use technology purposefully to create,

organise, store, retrieve and manipulate


digital content (research nocturnal

what will they see?

Animals, create a non chronological


report about nocturnal animals, use
the computer to draw and create
pictures.

Science:
What lives in the woods?

Art:

Living Things and Their Habitats

What lives in the woods?

What is a habitat?

Why do they live in their habitats?

How do we create energy?

How can we light a light bulb?

Walk to the woods

Zoolab

Countryside liveOwl

To use drawing and painting to develop and


share ideas and experiences (trip to the
woods).

Can you create a light for Little Bear?


Electricity

Visits and Visitors:

SHARED OUTCOME

To develop a wide range of art and design


techniques in using colour, pattern, texture,
line, shape, form and space. (tree rubbings)

workshop