We are a class of 30 kind and enthusiastic learners. Our teacher is Miss De Vries and we are supported by Mrs Webber.
This term we will explore ‘What makes Chilton a good place to live?’. This will be a local area study linked to Geography. We will work to know that Chilton is a village and follow simple trails in and around our school grounds. We will be identifying human and physical features within our village.
In writing, we will begin with finding out about the trees in which our classes are named after. We will produce a fact file to share more about our class trees. We will also be writing a narrative based on our class novel ‘Rabbit and Bear’ by Julian Gough and Jim Field. Across the phase, children will have daily phonics lessons.
In Science this term we will be scientists and work our way through the working scientifically cycle. We start by asking questions about what we notice and observe around us before planning and carrying out our own investigations later in the term.
We begin the year with an exciting exploration of the question ‘Who Should We Listen To?’ We will explore this question through the actions of Guy Fawkes and events of The Great Fire of London. We will learn how the changing of Monarchs led up to Guy Fawkes’ actions and the ways that The Great Fire of London spread so quickly and what could have been done to stop it sooner.